Regulation & Investments in Energy Markets: Solutions for the Mediterranean presents the status of advancement and maturity of the Mediterranean energy policy, identifying patterns of development as well as lessons learned.
Mediterranean countries are facing unprecedented challenges in the energy sector which affect the entire region. Energy policy and regulation is the key to tackling energy efficiency challenges, and providing favorable conditions for engineering infrastructures, investments, and improving security of energy supply.
The assumption that the normative model, on which the EC energy policy is based, could be adopted outside EU boundaries has proven to be difficult to implement. This book looks at the Mediterranean regions search for a revised model for regulatory convergence and provides answers to those research questions, allowing the reader to understand the different technical, institutional, and financial frameworks for energy policy.
- Contains a detailed overview of the specificities and institutional frameworks, giving greater clarity on existing energy practice
- Provides recommendations and contributions from leading scholars and key players in energy policy research
- Presents information from a region wide interdisciplinary approach based on specific industry information
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Introduction / Conclusions
The Editorial team (MT Costa Campi; A Rubino, V. Lenzi, I. Ozturk)
The Regulatory Framework of Energy Community in South East Europe. Consideration on the Transferability of the Concept
Euro-Mediterranean energy relations- Francesca Vantaggiato
Renewable Energy in the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean: Current Trends and Future Developments
Scaling-up renewable energy deployment in North Africa
The renewable energy targets of the MENA countries: Objectives, achievability and relevance for the Mediterranean Energy collaboration
Towards a New Euro-Mediterranean Energy Roadmap: Setting the Key Milestones
Manfred Hafner & Simone Tagliapietra
Towards a Mediterranean Energy Community: No roadmap without a narrative
Challenge of Market-Based Regulation
EU pressures and Institutions for future Mediterranean Energy Markets: evidence from a perception survey
Carlo Cambini & Alessandro Rubino
Analysis of future common strategies between the South and East Mediterranean area and the EU in the energy sector
Pantelis Capros, Panagiotis Fragkos & Nikos Kouvaritakis
Benefits from market coupling in terms of social welfare
Pedro Mejía Gómez
Power Market Structure and Renewable Energy Deployment Experiences from the MENA Region
Emma Åberg, Nurzat Myrsalieva & Tareq Emtairah
Northern Perspective: Developing Markets round the Baltic Sea
Investment for grids and generation projects
Private participation in energy infrastructure in MENA countries. A global perspective Ernesto Somma, Alessandro Rubino
Investment and regulation in MENA countries: the impact of Regulatory Independence
Abrardi Laura, Cambini Carlo, Rondi Laura
Financing Mediterranean Electricity Infrastructure: Challenges and Opportunities for an Interconnected Mediterranean Grid
Houda Ben Jannet Allal & Matteo Urbani
New regional and international developments to boost the Euro-Mediterranean energy sector
What financial markets want
Massimo La Scala is full Professor of Electrical Energy Systems at Politecnico di Bari, Italy, and Director of the Laboratory for the development of renewables and energy efficiency in urban areas: Progetto ZERO (Zero Emission Research Option). He is an active researcher and principal investigator in numerous projects about smart grids and energy systems. He has been a consultant for many agencies involved in the energy business and regulators in Italy and abroad. He is in the panel of experts in cost-benefit analysis ACB 2.0 for the development of the Italian Transmission Grid on behalf of ARERA (energy regulator) and TERNA (TSO).
Dr. Ilhan Öztürk is Professor of Economics at Cag University, Mersin, Turkey, where he is also the Director of the Higher Vocational School. His research interests include energy economics and international economics. He has published more than 155papers in international journals such as Energy Economics, Energy Policy, Applied Energy, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Ecological Indicators, Energy and etc. and participated in many international conferences. He has been invited as a Keynote Speaker in several international conferences. He is the editor of IJEEP and IJEFI and he has been member of editorial board in many international journals.
Veronica Lenzi holds a Ph.D. in Political Systems and Institutional Change from the IMT Institute for Advanced Studies of Lucca, Italy. Her research interests concern geopolitics of energy, structure and administrative reforms of regulatory authorities and international economy of energy.
Campi, Maria Teresa Costa
Maria Teresa Costa Campi is a Doctor of Economic Science and Professor of Economics at the University of Barcelona (UB). Currently she is Director of the Chair of Energy Sustainability at the University of Barcelona, a post held since 2012, and has been General Coordinator of the FUNSEAM project since 2013.
She has been President of the National Energy Commission (2005-2011), President of the Association of Energy Regulators (2005-2012), President of the Iberian Electricity Market (MIBEL) (2006-2007), Vice President of MEDREG (2010-2011)