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Säcker, Franz Jürgen / Scholz, Lydia / Sveen, Thea (eds.)
Renewable Energy Law in Europe

Challenges and Perspectives

Reihe: Veröffentlichungen des Instituts für Energie- und Regulierungsrecht Berlin - Band 50

Erscheinungsjahr: 2015

Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien, 2015. 176 pp., 6 graphs
ISBN 978-3-631-66343-1 hb.  (Hardcover)

The law of renewable energies has always been subject to change. Together with the Scandinavian Institute for Maritime Law of the University of Oslo, the Berlin Institute for Energy and Regulatory Law has brought together energy law experts from Great Britain, Norway, Finland and Germany in order to exchange their ideas and perspectives. In 2013 and 2014, the ECJ specified the limits on national support schemes, and the European Commission issued its guidelines on state aid for environmental protection and energy. In an inspiring workshop, these and other important developments regarding renewable energies in the EU and the European Economic Area were discussed. This volume presents various contributions which inform about the conducted debates and encourage further research.

Contents: Angus Johnston: The impact of the new EU Commission guidelines on State aid for environmental protection and energy on the promotion of renewable energies – Juliane Steffens: Articles 30 and 110 TFEU as Limitations to Member States’ Renewable Energy Promotion – Lydia Scholz: The dialogue between the principle of free movement of goods and the national law of renewable energies – Sirja-Leena Penttinen: The Essent Case - the one about free movement, economic justifications and the increasing role of the State – Kim Talus: Renewable Energy Disputes in the European Union: An Overview of Current Cases – Thea Sveen: The interaction between Article 192 and 194 TFEU: Renewable energy promotion with a predominant environmental purpose – Carsten König: How congestion management rules challenge the development of an integrated offshore electricity infrastructure in the North Sea.