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Bogen er den første udgivelse fra EELF (European Environmeltal Law Forum). EELF er en organisation for forskere og praktikere, der arbejder med miljøret i EU og medlemsstaterne, og arbejder for diskussion, samarbejde og formidling af ideer.

Bogen er en såkaldt open source peer reviewed publikation.

Bogen indeholder 12 bidrag fra deltagere i EELF konferencen i Groningen i september 2013. Den fokuserer på forholdet mellem miljøbeskyttelse og produktion, distribution og forbrug af energi. Herunder ses der på de lovgivningsmæssige og politiske udfordringer, der er forbundet med overgangen til et bæredygtigt energisystem.

Jeg har bidraget med kapitlet “The Existing Regulatory Conditions for 'Energy Smart Water Utilities': Promotion of Sustainable Energy Transition”.

Indhold

Sanford E. Gaines: THE ENERGY REVOLUTION AS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Wybe Th. Douma: THE SUSTAINABILITY OF THE EU’S BIOBIOFUELS POLICY

Yelena M. Gordeeva: WOOD BIOMASS SUSTAINABILITY UNDER THE RENEWABLE ENERGY

DIRECTIVE

Vasiliki Karageorgou: THE FAST TRACK AUTHORIZATION OF LARGE-SCALE RES PROJECTS: AN ACCEPTABLE OPTION?

Ralph Frins & Hendrik Schoukens: BALANCING WIND ENERGY AND NATURE PROTECTION: FROM POLICY CONFLICTS TOWARDS GENUINE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT?

Ellen Margrethe Basse: THE EXISTING REGULATORY CONDITIONS FOR ‘ENERGY SMART WATER

UTILITIES’: PROMOTION OF SUSTAINABLE ENERGY TRANSITION

Birgitte egelund Olsen & Helle Tegner Anker: LOCAL ACCEPTANCE AND THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK – THE DANISH WIND ENERGY CASE

Magali Dreyfus: A BOTTOM-UP APPROACH TO ENERGY TRANSITION IN EUROPE: THE CASE OF ‘LOCAL CLIMATE ENERGY PLANS’ IN FRANCE

Louise du Toit: INCENTIVISING RENEWABLE ENERGY IN SOUTH AFRICA WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO THE RENEWABLE ENERGY INDEPENDENT POWER PRODUCER PROCUREMENT PROGRAMME

Wolfgang Köck: DEVELOPMENT OF ELECTRICITY TRANSMISSION LINES IN GERMANY AND PROTECTION OF RESIDENTIAL AREAS AGAINST THE RISKS OF ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC FIELDS

Hartmut Kahl: LOCAL-CONTENT REQUIREMENTS IN RENEWABLE ENERGY SUPPORT SCHEMES FROM A TRADE LAW

Nicolas Pradel: THE EU EXTERNAL ENERGY POLICY AND THE LAW: DOES THE EU REALLY MATTER?

Hans Vedder & Larenzo Squintani: CONCLUSIONS. UNITED IN DIVERSITY – TOWARDS EUROPEAN SUSTAINABLE ENERGY

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About the Book

The book is the first volume published by the European Environmental Law Forum (EELF). The EELF is an organization of scholars and practitioners who work with environmental law in the EU and its Member States, and works for discussion, collaboration and dissemination of ideas.

The book is an open source peer reviewed publication.

The book contains 12 contributions from participants in EELF conference in Groningen in September 2013. It focuses on the relationship between environmental protection and production, distribution and consumption of energy and the regulatory and policy challenges associated with the transition to a sustainable energy system.

I contributed the chapter "The Existing Regulatory Conditions for 'Energy Smart Water Utilities': Promotion of Sustainable Energy Transition"..

Content

Sanford E. Gaines: THE ENERGY REVOLUTION AS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Wybe Th. Douma: THE SUSTAINABILITY OF THE EU’S BIOBIOFUELS POLICY

Yelena M. Gordeeva: WOOD BIOMASS SUSTAINABILITY UNDER THE RENEWABLE ENERGY

DIRECTIVE

Vasiliki Karageorgou: THE FAST TRACK AUTHORIZATION OF LARGE-SCALE RES PROJECTS: AN ACCEPTABLE OPTION?

Ralph Frins & Hendrik Schoukens: BALANCING WIND ENERGY AND NATURE PROTECTION: FROM POLICY CONFLICTS TOWARDS GENUINE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT?

Ellen Margrethe Basse: THE EXISTING REGULATORY CONDITIONS FOR ‘ENERGY SMART WATER

UTILITIES’: PROMOTION OF SUSTAINABLE ENERGY TRANSITION

Birgitte egelund Olsen & Helle Tegner Anker: LOCAL ACCEPTANCE AND THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK – THE DANISH WIND ENERGY CASE

Magali Dreyfus: A BOTTOM-UP APPROACH TO ENERGY TRANSITION IN EUROPE: THE CASE OF ‘LOCAL CLIMATE ENERGY PLANS’ IN FRANCE

Louise du Toit: INCENTIVISING RENEWABLE ENERGY IN SOUTH AFRICA WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO THE RENEWABLE ENERGY INDEPENDENT POWER PRODUCER PROCUREMENT PROGRAMME

Wolfgang Köck: DEVELOPMENT OF ELECTRICITY TRANSMISSION LINES IN GERMANY AND PROTECTION OF RESIDENTIAL AREAS AGAINST THE RISKS OF ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC FIELDS

Hartmut Kahl: LOCAL-CONTENT REQUIREMENTS IN RENEWABLE ENERGY SUPPORT SCHEMES FROM A TRADE LAW

Nicolas Pradel: THE EU EXTERNAL ENERGY POLICY AND THE LAW: DOES THE EU REALLY MATTER?

Hans Vedder & Larenzo Squintani: CONCLUSIONS. UNITED IN DIVERSITY – TOWARDS EUROPEAN SUSTAINABLE ENERGY

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The book can be downloaded free from the EELF homepage.

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The book can be downloaded free from the EELF homepage.

 

Sustainable Energy United in Diversity – Challenges and Approaches in Energy Transition in the

European Union

European Environmental Law Forum Book Series, Volume 1 (2014)

Edited by Lorenzo Squintani, Hans H.B. Vedder with Moritz Reese and Bernard Vanheusden.

 

© 2014 The authors

ISBN: 978-90-367-7569-4