European Energy Law Report XIV

This volume includes chapters on "Developments in the EU and EU Energy Law", "EU Case Law", "New Developments in Cross-border Energy Governance", "Energy Communities" and "Clean Hydrogen: Regulatory Frameworks".
Editor(s):
Martha M. Roggenkamp, Catherine Banet
book | published | 1st edition
December 2021 | xxiv + 316 pp.

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The European Energy Law Reports are an initiative taken by the organisers of the European Energy Law Seminar which has been organised on an annual basis since 1989 at Noordwijk aan Zee in the Netherlands. The aim of this seminar is to present an overview of the most important legal developments in the field of international, EU and national energy and climate law. Whereas the first seminars concentrated on the developments at EC level, which were the results of the establishment of an Internal Energy Market, the focus has now gradually switched to the developments at the national level following the implementation of the EU Directives with regard to the internal electricity and gas markets. This approach can also be found in these reports.

This volume includes chapters on “Developments in the EU and EU Energy Law”, “EU Case Law”, “New Developments in Cross-border Energy Governance”, “Energy Communities” and “Clean Hydrogen: Regulatory Frameworks”.

With contributions by Liv Malin Andreasson, Catherine Banet, Astrid Skjønborg Brunt, Vasyl Chornyi, Suzanne Dael, Guillaume Dezobry, Lea Diestelmeier, Ruven Fleming, Silke Goldberg, Iñigo del Guayo, Mikołaj Jasiak, Anna-Alexandra Marhold, Rita Paukštė, David Robinson, Martha M. Roggenkamp, Francesco Maria Salerno, Christian Schneller, Melanie Sporer, Job Swens, Mihai Tomescu and Cees Verburg.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents and Preliminary Pages (p. 0)

Introduction (p. 1)

PART I. DEVELOPMENTS IN THE EU AND EU ENERGY LAW

Chapter I. Brexit and the Energy Market: The UK Decoupled (p. 11)

Chapter II. The EU’s Text Proposal for a Revised Energy Charter Treaty: Legal Consequences and the Practical Implications for the Energy Transition (p. 31)

Chapter III. Review of the EU 20-20-20 Goals (p. 55)

PART II. EU CASE LAW

Chapter IV. How is the Energy Sector Faring at the EU Courts? (p. 79)

Chapter V. Energy Policy Objectives in Lithuania in the Light of Recent State Aid Cases (p. 97)

Chapter VI. Offshore Wind Farms and State Aid Rules: The Case of France (p. 115)

PART III. NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN CROSS-BORDER ENERGY GOVERNANCE

Chapter VII. Cross-Border Electricity Trade in Europe: Towards an ‘Electrical Schengen Area’? (p. 131)

Chapter VIII. The New Nordic Balancing Model (p. 149)

Chapter IX. The Contested Legal and Political Landscape of Nord Stream 2: In Uncharted Waters (p. 171)

PART IV. ENERGY COMMUNITIES

Chapter X. Energy Communities in the EU: Challenges for the Implementation of the EU Legal Framework (p. 197)

Chapter XI. Energy Communities in Spain: Legal and Societal Challenges (p. 219)

Chapter XII. Energy Communities in the Netherlands: Learning from Local Energy Initiatives (p. 239)

PART V. CLEAN HYDROGEN: REGULATORY FRAMEWORKS

Chapter XIII. Green Hydrogen Developments in the EU: Cross-Border Cooperation between Germany and the Netherlands (p. 267)

Chapter XIV. The Regulatory Framework for Green Hydrogen Developments in the North Sea (p. 295)