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European Energy and Environmental Law Review
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     ISSN (Online) 0966-1646
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  • Green Motor Insurance
    • Abstract: Several Studies indicate ecodriving as a strategy to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The word ecodriving commonly indicates the combination of some driving techniques and style of driving. Insurers can represent an instrument to improve ecodriving. Some important actuarial studies done in the last 10 years indicate a direct connection between efficient drivers and those drivers with fewer preventable accidents. So ecodriving can have a direct concern for insurers. In the global market of motor insurance it is possible to find examples of green insurance policies providing discount for eco-drivers. In some case premiums are based directly on how much it is driven during the policy term. Premiums are calculated taking in to account the following factors: vehicle-mile, vehicle-kilometer or vehicle-minute. We intend to focus attention to the ecological function of such policies, to some related juridical problems and to possible solutions.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 23, Issue 5

      Authors
      Sara Landini
      Journal European Energy and Environmental Law Review
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      PubDate: Thu, 27 Nov 2014 12:00:00 +000
       
  • Implementing an Effective Renewable Energy Policy in the United States:
           Can Feed-In Tariff Policies Be Successful for Advancing Renewable Energy
           Development'
    • Abstract: This article explores the nuances of Feed-in Tariff policies as they are used to accelerate the development of renewable energy sources. Specifically, this article considers whether the United States (US) could successfully implement Feed-in Tariffs to advance renewable energy resource development. Although both popular and successfully used worldwide for this purpose, the US has been slow to adopt such policies. The success of a Feed-in Tariff program is dependent on the goals set forth by each jurisdiction; however, the two most important factors are setting the tariff at a premium rate, and keeping the design and implementation of the tariff administratively simple. Both of these factors are critical to encourage investors in renewable energy, and they are missing from most Feed-in Tariffs adopted in US state and local jurisdictions due primarily to the complex regulatory structure in the US energy market. The legal hurdles the US faces to adopt Feed-in Tariffs are explored using a comparative analysis with Germany, which was the first country to successfully implement Feed-in Tariff policies that have now been imitated worldwide. This article also reviews other policy approaches utilized in the US to achieve renewable energy goals including net-metering and Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPSs). The key objective of this article is to support the conclusion that, although popular, the US might not have a suitable legal regime or energy market structure for Feed-in Tariff policies to be an effective strategy for acceleration of renewable energy development.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 23, Issue 6

      Authors
      Johanna Thibault, L.L.M., Vermont Law School, Energy.
      Journal European Energy and Environmental Law Review
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      PubDate: Thu, 27 Nov 2014 12:00:00 +000
       
  • What Role for Administrative Courts in Granting Effective Legal Protection
           in the Energy Sector'
    • Abstract: This article develops a normative framework for assessing the role of the national administrative courts in reviewing regulatory decisions involving complex legal and economic assessments in the energy sector. It elaborates in a detailed way the requirements that follow from the EU law principle of effective legal protection that should be respected by the national courts. By way of illustration, it assesses an important judgment of the highest administrative court for energy cases in the Netherlands - the Trade and Industry Appeals Tribunal (hereafter: CBB) - in light of the principle of effective legal protection.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 23, Issue 6

      Authors
      S. Lavrijssen, Professor of Consumer and Energy Law at Amsterdam University.
      Journal European Energy and Environmental Law Review
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      PubDate: Thu, 27 Nov 2014 12:00:00 +000
       
  • The Limits of EU Competence to Regulate Conditions for Exploitation of
           Energy Resources: Analysis of Article 194(2) TFEU
    • Abstract: The article examines how the caveat in Article 194(2) TFEU on Member States' right to determine the conditions for exploiting its energy resources affects the division of powers between the Union and the Member States to regulate the conditions for exploitation of their energy resources. In the background of the discussion is the question of whether the Union should be concerned with the complex and sometimes divergent rules that govern access to exploitation of energy resources in the Member States and asks whether the Union has powers under Article 194(2) TFEU to take action. The article also addresses the question of whether the caveat can be seen as a sign of increased resource nationalism - in the sense that states seek to maintain or reclaim control over the exploitation of their energy resources, or, whether the caveat simply reflects a balance already agreed upon in the Hydrocarbon Directive.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 23, Issue 6

      Authors
      Kristin Haraldsdóttir, Specialist at the faculty of law at Reykjavik University.
      Journal European Energy and Environmental Law Review
      Online ISSN 0966-1646
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      PubDate: Thu, 27 Nov 2014 12:00:00 +000
       
  • Improving India's Installed Wind Capacity through Accelerated Depreciation
           Mechanism
    • Abstract:
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 23, Issue 5

      Authors
      Mary Sabina Peters, An independent legal research analyst and legal consultant was a former faculty of Law at University of Petroleum.
      Journal European Energy and Environmental Law Review
      Online ISSN 0966-1646
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      PubDate: Thu, 27 Nov 2014 12:00:00 +000
       
  • Does the EU Meet its Policy Objective of "Promoting Sustainable Use of
           Arctic Resources''' An Analysis from the Viewpoint of Arctic Energy
           Resources
    • Abstract: The EU started to develop its own Arctic policy in 2008. One of the three main objectives of this policy is the promotion of sustainable use of Arctic resources. ``Sustainability'' was also a focus of the 2011 resolution of the European Parliament as a guiding principle in developing European policies toward the Arctic. Against this background, this article investigates the question of whether the EU meets its respective objective - sustainability - in regard to the development of Arctic hydrocarbon resources. The article contrasts the development of the EU's overall policy toward Arctic mineral resources with specific EU measures and examines the EU's capacity to influence sustainable Arctic hydrocarbon resource development. The article also elaborates on specific questions related to the EU's energy policy and the development of Arctic hydrocarbon resources in recent years as well as on the EU's dependency on oil and gas imports and respective tendencies to conclude on the aforementioned questions.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 23, Issue 5

      Authors
      Antje Neumann, LL.M., PhD-Researcher at the University of Tilburg, the Netherlands.
      Kamrul Hossain, LL.D., Senior Researcher at the Northern Institute for Environmental.
      Journal European Energy and Environmental Law Review
      Online ISSN 0966-1646
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      PubDate: Thu, 27 Nov 2014 12:00:00 +000
       
  • Environmental Participation in China and Europe
    • Abstract: : Our responsibility for the natural environment goes beyond the individual awareness; it reaches the legal domains of the Nation-States and the global interrelation of the different legal systems. In this article, two systems are analysed and compared, with a special focus on the role of good administration principles, and in particular on the bottom-up participation to the decision-making process.
      Content Type Journal Article
      Part of Volume 23, Issue 5

      Authors
      Margherita Poto, Assistant Professor in Administrative Law, University of Turin, Italy.
      Journal European Energy and Environmental Law Review
      Online ISSN 0966-1646
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      PubDate: Thu, 27 Nov 2014 12:00:00 +000
       
 
 
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