- Language: English
- Published: August 2013
- Region: Europe
EU Energy Law Volume III Book Two: Renewable Energy in the Member States of the EU (2nd Edition)
- ID: 1946041
- October 2012
- Region: Europe
- 1250 Pages
- Claeys & Casteels Publishing
This second edition's core objective is to provide a complete overview on the relevance of Renewable Energy in all EU member states and the developments in these countries over time. The authors seek to give an even broader perspective. Contributions on some non-EU countries like USA, Switzerland and China are also included.
Not only development plans and requirements by the state and other authorities, but also all legislative requirements for renewable energy, support mechanisms, grid access rules, grid code, supervision of the renewable energy sector, overview of planning, construction and operation and use of specic structural and cohesion funds for renewable energy project development are included in this updated edition of EU Energy Law Volume III - Book Two.
Each country has its own chapter in which all topics are discussed, and is written by a team of leading experts from all member states.
This information on the 27 countries was never before available in one volume!
- Written by a team of leading experts from all 27 member states plus USA, Switzerland and China
- Edited by leading environmental lawyer Dörte Fouquet and Head of Cabinet Christopher Jones
- Never before available in one publication
- Separate chapter on each country
- A daily working guide for everyone dealing with renewable energy
Key Topics Covered:
- Renewable energy development plans and requirements by the state and other authorities development and share of renewable energies per technology in the country
- Legislative requirements for renewable energy
- Support mechanisms for each type of renewable energy
- Method for authenticating renewable production and preventing double counting
- Guarantees of origin
- Trading renewable energy and guarantees of origin across borders
- Grid access rules, grid codes, priority access to the grid, access to information, balancing mechanisms, metering systems
- Supervision of the renewable energy sector, regulation and competition policy
- Overview of planning, construction and operation, rules and requirements
- Use of specic structural and cohesion funds for renewable energy project development
- Support to research SHOW LESS READ MORE >
DÖRTE FOUQUET Director, European Renewables Energies Foundation (EREF) Partner at Becker, Buttner Held (BBH), Brussels
CHRISTOPHER JONES Head of Cabinet, Commissioner Andris Piebalgs Former Director, New and Renewable Sources of Energy, Energy Efficiency & Innovation, DG ENER, European Commission