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Energy Law and Regulation in the European Union
Energy Law and Regulation in the European Union
Number of volumes: 2
Practice Area:  Energy Law
ISBN:  9780421595101
General Editor: Robert H. Tudway
Subscription Information: 2 releases a year, Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Looseleaf
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The European energy sector is undergoing immense change. Privatisation and deregulation have created new regulatory regimes across the continent, while EU law relating to competition, the environment and procurement has become of acute importance.

This comprehensive two-volume looseleaf service offers you a complete guide to all aspects of the economic and competitive regulation of energy utilities in the EU. Keeping you up-to-date with the regulation of coal, gas, electricity and nuclear power on a country by country basis, focuses on the national laws of the following major European jurisdictions: Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom.

  • Deals comprehensively with all aspects of regulation and law applicable to energy utilities
  • Covers key EU Member States as well as the EU regime
  • Loose-leaf service allows for quick updating in response to regulatory changes.

The theme for 2017 has been the substantial updating of the Member State chapters on Portugal, Bulgaria and prospectively for the autumn Release, Cyprus and France. For 2018, fully updated chapters are planned for Italy and prospectively Estonia and the Czech Republic later in the year, covering oil, coal and gas and electricity wholesale provision, generation, transmission, distribution and supply. We can expect further initiatives from the European Commission directed at the European Union’s significant energy challenges, including energy security and its dependence on energy imports, the use of fossil fuels and global warming. Much of this is seen as achievable through the continued growth of the share of renewable sources of energy in meeting the EU’s energy requirements and other measures set out in the EU’s 2020 and 2030 energy strategies and beyond.


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