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Clean Energy Law and Regulation: Climate Change, Energy Union and International Governance

Edited by: Vicente Lopez-Ibor Mayor

ISBN13: 9780854902262
Published: June 2017
Publisher: Wildy, Simmonds and Hill Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
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The energy industry has an unstoppable momentum but also a value to society in terms of economic development and environmental protection through the development of “clean energies”. </p> <p> This is helping to build the foundations of an energy law regime, which is currently undergoing necessary development and consolidation. The contributors to this book examine the essential legal and regulatory factors contributing to energy law from different viewpoints and backgrounds.</p>

Subjects:
Environmental Law, Wildy, Simmonds and Hill, Energy and Natural Resources Law
Contents:
PROLOGUE
<i>Daniel Calleja</i>
PREFACE
<i>Raphael J. Heffron </i>
INTRODUCTORY NOTE
<i>Vicente López-Ibor Mayor </i>
<b>I CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENERGY</b>
THE ENERGY TRANSITION FROM THE EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE
<i>Jorge Vasconcelos</i>
CLEAN ENERGY AND DECARBONIZATION OBJECTIVES IN THE
EU: IMPACT ON EUROPEAN ENERGY MODEL AND
IMPLICATIONS FOR POWER MARKETS
<i>Alberto Amores</i>
THE ENERGY UNION – CATALYSER OR ROADBLOCK FOR
EUROPE’S ENERGY TRANSITION?
<i>Christophe Schramm</i>
ENVIRONMENT & MOTORSPORT. A RACE TO SUSTAINABILITY
<i>Alejandro Agag and Enrique Buenaventura</i>
CLEAN ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL TAX REGIME
<i>Marta Villar Ezcurra</i>
<b>II CLEAN ENERGY REGULATION AND TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE</b>
CLEAN ENERGIES IN MÉXICO AFTER AND BEFORE THE LAST
ENERGY REFORM
<i>Francisco X. Salazar Diez de Sollano</i>
RENEWABLE ENERGIES IN PERU
<i>Alfredo Dammert L.</i>
THE REGULATION OF RENEWABLE ENERGY IN LATIN AMERICA:
THE EXPERIENCES OF BRAZIL AND MEXICO
<i>Gabriel Cavazos Villanueva and Carolina Barros de Castro e
Souza</i>
DISTRIBUTED GENERATION AND THE ENERGY TRANSITION
<i>Eloy Alvarez Pelegry and Juan Luis López Cardenete</i>
THE REGULATION OF DEMAND SIDE RESOURCES TO SUPPORT
THE ENERGY TRANSITION
<i>Andreas Formosa</i>
THE ROLE OF POWER PURCHASE AGREEMENTS (PPAS) IN THE
RENEWABLE ENERGY MARKETS -ARE CORPORATE RENEWABLE
PPAS THE FUTURE OF POWER SUPPLY?
<i>Dr. Ece Gürsoy, Lucille De Silva and Andrew Meaden</i>
RENEWABLE ENERGIES IN THE ARGENTINE REPUBLIC: SPECIAL
REFERENCE TO THE LEGAL REGIME OF THE ELECTRIC SECTOR
<i>Ezequiel Cassagne</i>
ENERGY STORAGE: A CLEAR KEY TECHNOLOGY PRIORITY IN
THE ENERGY SYSTEM
<i>Carlos Vazquez Cobos, Alexandre Díez Baumann, María Jose
Gomez Serrano and Vicente Lopez-Ibor Lobato</i>
<b>III GOVERNANCE AND INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION</b>
MODERN RENEWABLE ENERGY: APPROACHING THE TIPPING
POINT?
<i>Paul Isbell</i>
THE RELEVANCE OF THE ENERGY CHARTER TO DEVELOP
RENEWABLE ENERGIES IN LATIN AMERICA
<i>Margarita Nieves Zarate</i>
UNIVERSAL ACCESS WITH RENEWABLE ENERGY AS
LEVERAGE TO HELP ATTAIN ALL SDGS
<i>Carlos Salle</i>
<b>AFTERWORD</b>
<i>Luis Francisco Martínez Montes</i>