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Essential Eu Climate Law (Paperback): Edwin Woerdman, Martha Roggenkamp, Marijn Holwerda Essential Eu Climate Law (Paperback)
Edwin Woerdman, Martha Roggenkamp, Marijn Holwerda
R787 Discovery Miles 7 870 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

EU climate law is one of the most dynamic and fastest growing areas of EU law. This exciting new textbook provides a comprehensive account of essential EU climate mitigation law. In addition, the contents cover a number of important and topical issues related to the EU's efforts to tackle climate change. Written by some of the key thinkers on EU climate law from the University of Groningen, each chapter addresses the relevant directives and regulations as well as their implementation issues, explaining how this affects current policy and academic debate. The chapters therefore not only describe but also critically reflect upon EU climate law. Key features include: * Comprehensive introduction to EU climate mitigation law * Discussion of the climate targets and instruments of the EU * Review of the relevant climate-related directives and regulations * Analysis of their implementation problems * Relationship between climate law and broader issues including energy law * Educational design based on reviews by climate law students The combination of educational design and analytical accuracy makes the textbook suitable for both students and professionals. This introduction is highly recommended for courses on EU climate mitigation law, also in the context of broader curricula on climate law, energy law and EU law in general.

Essential Eu Climate Law (Hardcover): Edwin Woerdman, Martha Roggenkamp, Marijn Holwerda Essential Eu Climate Law (Hardcover)
Edwin Woerdman, Martha Roggenkamp, Marijn Holwerda
R2,739 Discovery Miles 27 390 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

EU climate law is one of the most dynamic and fastest growing areas of EU law. This exciting new textbook provides a comprehensive account of essential EU climate mitigation law. In addition, the contents cover a number of important and topical issues related to the EU's efforts to tackle climate change. Written by some of the key thinkers on EU climate law from the University of Groningen, each chapter addresses the relevant directives and regulations as well as their implementation issues, explaining how this affects current policy and academic debate. The chapters therefore not only describe but also critically reflect upon EU climate law. Key features include: * Comprehensive introduction to EU climate mitigation law * Discussion of the climate targets and instruments of the EU * Review of the relevant climate-related directives and regulations * Analysis of their implementation problems * Relationship between climate law and broader issues including energy law * Educational design based on reviews by climate law students The combination of educational design and analytical accuracy makes the textbook suitable for both students and professionals. This introduction is highly recommended for courses on EU climate mitigation law, also in the context of broader curricula on climate law, energy law and EU law in general.

Energy Law in Europe - National, EU and International Regulation (Hardcover, 3rd Revised edition): Martha Roggenkamp, Catherine... Energy Law in Europe - National, EU and International Regulation (Hardcover, 3rd Revised edition)
Martha Roggenkamp, Catherine Redgwell, Anita Ronne, Inigo del Guayo
R7,546 R4,510 Discovery Miles 45 100 Save R3,036 (40%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Over the last few years, the energy sector in Europe has undergone rapid change. Following the adoption of the EU Third Energy Package and the Climate and Energy Package in 2007, a wide range of EU laws governing the next phase of the EU Internal Energy Market, climate change objectives, and security of supply considerations have entered into force. This new edition builds upon earlier editions of the work to provide an updated overview of important devlopments at national, international, and European levels, covering the most important principles of international law relevant to the energy sector. The first part of the book provides overviews of international and EU law. This is followed by chapters which look at specific European jurisdictions. A number of key energy-producing jurisdictions are focused on, including France, Poland, and the UK. In addition, a chapter is now included to outline Russian energy law. Written by a team of specialist academics and practitioners, Energy Law in Europe: National, EU and International Regulation offers in-depth coverage of energy law, trade and regulation for both practitioners and academics specializing in the energy sector.

Innovation in Energy Law and Technology - Dynamic Solutions for Energy Transitions (Hardcover): Donald Zillman, Lee Godden,... Innovation in Energy Law and Technology - Dynamic Solutions for Energy Transitions (Hardcover)
Donald Zillman, Lee Godden, Leroy Paddock, Martha Roggenkamp
R2,844 Discovery Miles 28 440 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

There are few existential challenges more serious in the twenty first century than energy transition. As current trends in energy production prove unsustainable for the environment, energy security, and economic development, innovation becomes imperative. Yet, with technological challenges, come legal challenges. Zillman, Godden, Paddock, and Roggenkamp assemble a team of experts in their field to debate how the law may have to adapt to changes in the area. What regulatory approach should be used? How do we deal with longer-term investment horizons and so called 'stranded assets' such as coal-fired power stations? And can a form of energy justice be achieved which encompasses human rights, sustainable development goals, and the eradication of energy poverty? With a concept as unwieldy as energy innovation, it is high time for a text tackling changes which are dynamic and diverse across different communities, and which provides a thorough examination of the legal ramifications of the most recent technological changes. This book which be of vital importance to lawyers, policy-makers, economists, and the general reader.

European Energy Law, Report 1 (Hardcover, illustrated edition): Martha Roggenkamp, Ulf Hammer European Energy Law, Report 1 (Hardcover, illustrated edition)
Martha Roggenkamp, Ulf Hammer
R1,837 Discovery Miles 18 370 Special order

The European Energy Law Report I provides an overview of the most important legal developments in the field of EC and national energy law, as discussed at the European Energy Law Seminar in 2003. Whilst the book covers four different areas of legal developments, the general theme of the book is the security of supply. The first section concentrates on issues of competition law. It examines, inter alia, the way in which Norway - as a major gas exporting country - has implemented the EC Gas Directive and has thus introduced competition in the upstream petroleum sector. Subsequently, this section describes the EC Commission's approach to recent mergers in the energy sector. Finally, the issue of State aid for the development of offshore wind parks is discussed. The next section of the book deals with the development of offshore wind parks in the North Sea area. The governments of Denmark, the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium and the UK are currently in the process of developing wind parks in the EEZ. The need to establish and exploit such wind parks has prompted the emergence of new legal regimes. It has become clear, however, that these North Sea states have chosen different legal solutions for similar problems. The third section concentrates on the 'security of supply' in the stricter sense. Blackouts and brownouts during the past years have fuelled the discussion about the security and reliability of supply. One of the main issues is whether the energy liberalisation process might endanger supply security. The legal measures for guaranteeing long-term energy supply are illustrated by chapters on developments in Spain, Norway and New Zealand. The consequences of short-term interruptions following the bankruptcy of a supplier are discussed in terms of the situation in Belgium and the Netherlands. The final section deals with underground storage. In a liberalised market the need for underground storage of gas has increased in order to provide suppliers with sufficient flexibility. In addition, underground gas storage is an important tool to secure gas supply during extremely cold winters. More recently underground storage of CO 2 has been examined with a view to reducing the emission of greenhouse gasses and as a means of furthering the production of petroleum from almost depleted oil and gas fields. With contributions from C. Bankes, B. Barton, J. Bengtsson, M. van Beuge, A. Brautaset, J. Evans, L. Franceschini, I. del Guayo, U. Hammer, L. Hancher, C-W. Hustad, H. Knops, M. Koenings, G. K hne, M. Roggenkamp, B. Schutyser and T. Vermeir.

The Regulation of Power Exchanges in Europe (Paperback): Francois Boisseleau, Martha Roggenkamp The Regulation of Power Exchanges in Europe (Paperback)
Francois Boisseleau, Martha Roggenkamp
R3,276 Discovery Miles 32 760 Special order

The liberalisation of the electricity sector has changed the way in which electricity is traded. De facto or legal vertical monopolies are gradually abandoned and new participants have entered the market. At the wholesale level, one of the important developments is the establishment of organised electricity markets, i.e. electricity power exchanges. This book analyses the role and evaluates the impact of these new organised markets, which until now received little attention. The introduction provides an overview of the developments on EC level as this creates the legal environment within which power exchanges operate. The implementation of the EC Electricity Directive has inter alia resulted in a commodization of electricity trading. Thereupon the development of power pools and electricity exchanges is discussed as well as the products which can be traded. Subsequently, the development of the most important national and/or regional exchanges in Europe will be examined. National experts will analyse the role of power exchanges in the Nordic countries, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Germany, France, Austria, Spain and Italy. The authors analyse the most important developments in their jurisdictions according to a fixed outline (e.g. implementation of the EC Electricity Directive, market structure, emergence and functioning of the organised market, products traded and the impact of cross-border trade) which allows for a comparative analysis and facilitates understanding. Finally, some conclusions with regard to the establishment of a single electricity market will be presented as well as some future developments.

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