RELP - Renewable Energy Law & Policy Subscription
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EU Energy Law Volume II - EU Competition Law and Energy Markets
Deputy Director General, DG ENER, EC
Leigh Hancher, Of Counsel, Allen & Overy, Amsterdam; Professor of Law, University of Tilburg, Adrien de Hauteclocque, Referendaire, General Court of the European Union (Cabinet of judge van der Woude), Christopher Jones
Deputy Director General, DG ENER, EC, Lars Kjølbye, Partner, Latham & Watkins, Brussels, Valerie Landes, Counsel, Bredin Prat, Brussels, Francesco Salerno, Senior Attorney, Cleary Gottlieb, Brussels, Lena Sandberg, Of Counsel, Gibson Dunn, Brussels
- The new edition of this highly acclaimed publication gives a comprehensive update and analysis of European law as it affects competition in EU energy markets.
- Includes detailed update of major developments on state aid also applicable to renewable energy support schemes
- Latest key decisions such as the UK Hinkley Point nuclear reactor
- A “must-buy” for the competition law professional
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European Energy Studies Volume XI - The Security of Europe’s Oil and Gas Supply
Part 2: The contribution of natural gas to secure and cost-effective decarbonisation of Europe’s energy supply. Persistent tensions in EU-Russia relations have led to significant misgivings about the security of gas supplies. However, careful and systematic analysis shows that in fact the security of Europe’s gas supplies has consistently improved in the past two decades thanks to the success of the process of creation of a single, transparent and competitive European gas market. Notwithstanding two significant episodes of interruption of Russian gas supplies to Europe, the diversification of Russian export routes and belated acceptance on the part of Gazprom of the inevitability of complying with EU rules has completely changed supply conditions. Globally an upsurge of investment in LNG projects is leading to the formation of a global gas market in which cargoes can flexibly be redirected to accommodate unforeseen developments. In the context of Europe’s drive towards decarbonisation, gas provides a flexible source that can compensate the intermittency of new renewables and substitute for coal with substantial reduction in emissions. Unless European attitudes towards nuclear change, total elimination of reliance on fossil fuels for power production is impossible and gas will still have an important role to play.
Scientific Advisor, Master in International Energy, School of International Affairs, Sciences-Po, Paris;
Adjunct Professor of International Affairs at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva
- A very up to date overview of the role of Oil and Gas in a changing world, with focus on security, logistics, elasticity, investments
- Covers the recent evolution of global oil production
European Energy Studies Volume XIV - The European Energy Transition: Actors, Factors, Sectors
The energy transition is Europe’s flagship project. It needs to provide sound answers to the climate and sustainability-, security of supply- and competitiveness imperatives. The energy transition corresponds to a large scale economic and cultural change. It encompasses sector coupling- linking up sectors that have ignored each other previously, like mobility and power. What is the meaning of digitalization, and how to face cybersecurity risks? What is the response to energy poverty, that 50 million Europeans are victims of?
While the geographical scope is Europe at large, divide lines from the past continue to exist, and new ones emerge: What are the borders of the new Energy Europe?
The book analyses the factors driving change: where are we on climate and sustainability, competitiveness and market, and security of supply? It presents the actors: what genesis of and what contemporary institutions for European energy policy, how is energy addressed by the national and by the European; what about the active customer paradigm and the many startups and business models changing, as well as NGOs? It looks into sectors: power, gas, mobility and the powerful push from digitalization. It proceeds with a reality check, based on facts and figures and reflects on modelling. Edited by Susanne Nies the book is prefaced by Jacques Delors and sees contributions from distinguished authors from policy, research, industry and NGOs across Europe.
This book will be used as dedicated reading material in a forthcoming online training course on the energy transition. This course, with the same title as the book, targets an international audience. The training is being set up by FSR and ENTSO-E. The book's authors have been invited to submit contributions based on their various areas of expertise.
Strategy & Communications Manager ENTSO-E
Former President of the European Commission
Sami Andoura - European Commission, Antonella Battaglini - RGI, Klaus-Dieter Borchardt - European Commission, Christian Buchel - ENEDIS, Dirk Buschle - Energy Community, Claire Camus - ENTSO-E, Alicia Carrasco - OlivoEnergy, Andrzej Ceglarz - Renewables Grid Initiative, Olivier Corradi - Tomorrow, Marina Cubedo Vicén - ENTSO-E, Jos Delbeke - European Commission, Jacques Delors, Gustav Fredriksson - ETH Zürich, Christophe Gence-Creux - ACER, Dolf Gielen - IRENA, Jean-Michel Glachant - FSR, Simeon Hagspiel - ENTSO-E, Tom Howes - European Commission, Luis Janeiro - IRENA, Pascal Lamy - Jacques Delors Institute, Maria Eugenia Leoz Martin-Casallo - European Commission, Philip Lowe - former European Commission, Leonardo Meeus - Florence School of Regulation, Susanne Nies, Philipp Offenberg - European Commission, Jean Baptiste Paquel - ENTSO-E, Diego Pavia - InnoEnergy, Thomas Pellerin-Carlin - Jacques Delors Institute, Alberto Potoschnig - ACER, Konrad Purchala - PSE, Laurent Schmitt - ENTSO-E, Helmut Schmitt van Sydow - former European Commission, Theresa Schneider - Renewables Grid Initiative, Jesse Scott - Eurogas, Christian Schülke - Equinor, Pierre Serkine - InnoEnergy, Konstantin Staschus - Navigant, Frauke Thies - SmartEn, Sonya Twohig - ENTSO-E, Peter Vis - European Commission, Kirsten Westphal - SWP, Georg Zachmann - Bruegel