Reshaping European Gas and Electricity Industries. Elsevier Global Energy Policy and Economics Series
- ID: 1762951
- December 2004
- Region: Global, Europe
- 412 Pages
- Elsevier Science and Technology
A unique and thorough investigation of the shift towards Europe-wide energy regulation, markets and business strategies, and the extent to which energy systems have become more liberalised over this period.
Reshaping of European Gas and Electricity Industries analyses the key issues facing the European energy industry, from a regulatory, market, and business perspective. Current challenges within the field are also reviewed, including competitive and environmental issues.
Liberalization: Delivers timely insights into the changes facing the European energy industry in the face of deregulation.
Competition: A direct look at business and marketing strategies in response to the influx of competition from across the globe.
Environment: Provides powerful [insights] into the way environmentally-based legislation has now become a key driver of the energy industry in Europe
Regulation in liberalized energy sectors: theories and concepts
Electricity regulation in Europe
Politics and regulation of gas in Europe
Energy regulation: convergence through multi-level technocracy
Electricity and gas markets in Europe: Competition and integration
European electricity markets: Variety and Integration
European gas markets: Nascent competition and integration in a diversity of models
Competition and Market Integration in Europe: Between multidomestic and oligopolistic configurations
Strategic Configuration: Options and Perspectives
Configuration and Performance of Large European Energy Companies, a Statistical Analysis
Strategic Configuration, A Casuistic Approach
Reshaping European Energy Industry: Patterns and Challenges