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The EU Electricity Laws

  • ID: 3617025
  • October 2015
  • Region: Europe
  • 2600 Pages
  • Claeys & Casteels Publishing
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The energy sector is going through an era of evolution that is profoundly impacting the sectors governance (i.e., unbundling) and the technology on which it relies (e.g., smart grids to name just one example). In addition, and perhaps even more importantly, the sector is also undergoing modifications at its core, with Europe increasingly shifting away from fossil/nuclear fuels towards renewables and with storage, energy efficiency and new grid management techniques on the horizon.

To ensure the developments in the sector are done in a stable and harmonious manner, the aforementioned changes must be implemented within a solid legislative framework. Legislators are struggling to keep up with the rapid pace of the progress made in the energy sector. The result is an abundance of new Directives, Regulations, Guidelines, Communications, Decisions and other legislative documents, making this second edition of the EU Electricity Laws a tool that is more important than ever if one wishes to find their way through the multiple applicable laws.

Report Features:

- Unique edition compiling gas-relevant legislation and soft law
- Single point of access to up-to-date information
- Essential tool for practitioners, consultants, academics and experts in the gas sector

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Book One

Part I Existing Eu Legislative Framework
Chapter I. Electricity and the Internal Market
I. Creating the Internal European Electricity Market: The Third Legislative Package
A. Common Rules for the Internal Market in Electricity
B. Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER)
C. Cross-Border Exchanges in Electricity
II. Energy Market Integrity and Transparency
III. Other EU Legislation Impacting the Internal Electricity Market
A. Public Procurement Procedures in the Field of Energy
B. Taxation of Energy Products and Electricity
C. Energy Statistics
D. Energy Prices and Costs

Book Two

Part I Existing Eu Legislative Framework
Chapter I. Electricity and the Internal Market
III. Other EU Legislation Impacting the Internal Electricity Market
E. Public Intervention and State Aid
F. Regional Initiatives
Chapter II. Towards a Sustainable Electricity Market
I. 2030 Framework for Climate and Energy
II. Renewable Energy
III. Emission Trading Scheme
IV. Carbon Capture Storage
V. Energy Effi ciency
VI. Ecodesign
VII. Maritime Spatial Planning

Book Three

Part I Existing Eu Legislative Framework
Chapter III. Energy Infrastructure
I. Energy Infrastructure Regulation and Long Term Vision
II. Critical Infrastructure
III. Security of Supply and Infrastructure
IV. Notifi cation of Investment Projects in Energy Infrastructure
V. Financial Support for Energy Infrastructure
A. Connecting Europe Facility (CEF)
B. European Economic Recovery Plan (EEPR)
C. Project Bond Initiative (PBI)
VI. Smart Grids
Chapter IV. Financial Support
I. General Financial Support
II. Financial Support for Competitiveness and Innovation
Chapter V. Security of Supply and International Cooperation

Book Four

Pending Legislative Proposals And Network Codes
Chapter I. Electricity and the Internal Market
I. Creating the Internal Market in Electricity: Implementation of the Third Legislative Package
II. Energy Market Integrity and Transparency
III. Other EU Legislation Impacting the Internal Electricity Market
A. Energy Taxation
Chapter II. Towards a Sustainable Electricity Market
I. Emission Trading System

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