Legal Aspects of EU Energy Regulation
Implementing the New Directives on Electricity and Gas Across Europecameron peter
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Editore: Oxford University Press
Recent sweeping changes in European law in the energy sector have made issues of regulation of much greater importance than ever before. This book examines the legal and regulatory impacts of the very latest measures (2004) to open up EU energy markets to competition. It provides a comprehensive overview of the new rules - in theory and practice - and charts their consequences for the regulation of electricity and gas across the EU. It does so in two parts: first, at the European level, describing and analysing the rules and their impact on competition law; secondly, through a collection of detailed analyses of Member State legal regimes, written by recognised authorities from each country.
1: Peter Cameron: Introduction; Part 1 - The New European Regime; 2: Peter Cameron: Completing the Internal Market in Energy: An Introduction to the New Legislation; 3: Michael Albers: The New EU Directives on Energy Liberalisation: From a Competition Point of View; 4: Burkard Eberlein: Regulation by Co-operation; Part 2 - National Approaches to Implementation; 5: Peter Cameron: Introduction; 6: Kornel Kossuth: Austria; 7: Thierry M Lauriol: France; 8: Kai-Uwe Pritzsche, and Stefan Klauer: Germany; 9: Marina Kolia: Greece; 10: Patrick McGovern: Ireland; 11: Rino Caiazzo: Italy; 12: Vincent Aarts: The Netherlands; 13: Manuel Protaiso and Catarina Pinto Correia: Portugal; 14: Emiliano Garayar: Spain; 15: Justyna Bremen: The United Kingdom; 16: Peter Cameron: Central Europe: An Introduction; 16A: P?ter Kaderj?k and Gy?rgy Antall: Hungary; 16B: Marcin Olejnik: Poland; 16C: Roman Kotiers: Slovakia; 17: Peter Cameron: Conclusion; Appendices; The Electricity Directive 2003; The Gas Directive 2003; The Electricity Regulation 2003; The Gas Regulation 2004
Dimensioni: 246x171 mm.
Pagine Arabe: 632