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Journal Cover   RELP - Renewable Energy Law and Policy
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  • Florence School of Regulation FSR & BNetzA Forum on Legal Issues
           of Energy Regulation
    • Abstract: RELP 1 2015 FSR & BNetzA Forum on Legal Issues of Energy Regulation III
      Florence School of Regulation
      FSR & BNetzA Forum on Legal Issues of Energy
      Regulation
      6 February 2015, Berlin
      REPORT
      Leigh Hancher, Adrien de Hauteclocque and Malgorzata Sadowska*
      The 7th FSR & BNetzA Forum on Legal Issues of Energy
      Regulation took place on 6 February 2015 at the
      Berlin Office of Linklaters LLP. Organised on a yearly
      basis, the Forum is a joint initiative of
      PubDate: Wed, 25 Mar 2015 10:38:48 +010
       
  • Book Review
    • Abstract: RELP 1 2015 Book Review 95
      Book Review
      International Energy Governance: Selected Legal
      Issues
      By Rafael Leal-Arcas, Andrew Filis, Ehab S. Abu
      Gosh – Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2014
      Dr Youseph Farah*
      International Energy Governance: Selected Legal
      Issues,which is co-authored byRafael Leal-Arcas,Andrew
      Felis and Ehab S. Abu Gosh, is a timely and
      most relevant work concerning an area of law which
      is undertheorised, in spite of energy being fun
      PubDate: Wed, 25 Mar 2015 10:37:00 +010
       
  • Country Reports
    • Abstract: 88 Country Reports RELP 1 2015
      Country Reports
      Greece
      Major Changes to the Greek Support Scheme for Renewable Energy
      Production – The ‘New Deal’ Legislation and Its Implementation to
      Date
      Danai Fati and Panagiota Makri*
      I. Introduction
      On 7th April 2014, the Greek Ministry for Environment,
      Energy and Climate Change adopted Law
      4254/2014 (Government Gazette Nr. 85/7.04.2014) including
      a series of measures aiming at reshaping the
      Gr
      PubDate: Wed, 25 Mar 2015 10:34:09 +010
       
  • Multilateral, Regional and Bilateral Energy Trade Governance
    • Abstract: 38 Multilateral, Regional and Bilateral Energy Trade Governance RELP 1 2015
      Multilateral, Regional and Bilateral Energy
      Trade Governance
      Rafael Leal-Arcas,* Costantino Grasso** and Juan Alemany Ríos***
      The current international energy trade governance system is fragmented and multi-layered.
      Streamlining it for greater legal cohesiveness and international political and economic cooperation
      would promote global energy security. The current article explores three leve
      PubDate: Wed, 25 Mar 2015 10:32:27 +010
       
  • Global Clues for Choosing Suitable Support Systems for Renewable Energy in
           the Power Sector
    • Abstract: RELP 1 2015 Global Clues for Choosing Suitable Support Systems for Renewable Energy 25
      Global Clues for Choosing Suitable Support
      Systems for Renewable Energy in the Power
      Sector
      Temitope Tunbi Onifade*
      The article analyses schemes suitable for supporting the integration of renewable energy (RE)
      intopower sectorswithin jurisdictions. Its thesis is that stable andpredictable regulatory frameworks
      that enhance RE are prerequisite for successfully integrating RE i
      PubDate: Wed, 25 Mar 2015 10:30:37 +010
       
  • The New Renewable Electricity Support Scheme in Spain: A Comment
    • Abstract: RELP 1 2015 The New Renewable Electricity Support Scheme in Spain: A Comment 17
      The New Renewable Electricity Support
      Scheme in Spain: A Comment
      Pablo del Río, Anxo Calvo-Silvosa and Guillermo Iglesias*
      A complex regulatory package implementing a new support scheme for renewable electricity
      has recently been adopted in Spain. The aim of this article is to describe the main elements
      of the new remuneration scheme and to provide a brief analysis of its main shortcomi
      PubDate: Wed, 25 Mar 2015 10:28:58 +010
       
  • Europe’s Policy Framework for Promoting Offshore Wind Energy:
           Lessons for Taiwan and Other ...
    • Abstract: RELP 1 2015 Europe’s Policy Framework for Promoting Offshore Wind Energy 3
      Europe’s Policy Framework for Promoting
      Offshore Wind Energy: Lessons for Taiwan and
      Other Countries
      Anton Ming-Zhi Gao*
      As a result of the recent proliferation of onshore renewable energy (RE) infrastructure
      in many developed countries around the world, related environmental and public concerns
      have arisen. Consequently, to facilitate further growth in RE, especially after the

      PubDate: Wed, 25 Mar 2015 10:27:01 +010
       
  • Editorial
    • Abstract: RELP 1 2015 Editorial 1
      Editorial
      The current issue brings together four articles, two country reports, a book review, and
      an energy regulation forum report. The first article, by Anton Ming-Zhi Gao, analyzes
      the possibility of developing renewable energy infrastructure offshore in the aftermath
      of the Fukushima accident of 2011. The author makes the case that Europe has been
      a pioneer in recent years in facilitating large-scale deployments of offshore wind farms.
      PubDate: Wed, 25 Mar 2015 10:25:26 +010
       
  • Africa: Transforming Africa’s Energy Sector: Lessons from
           International Experience
    • Abstract: RELP 2 2014 Country Reports 191
      Africa
      Transforming Africa’s Energy Sector: Lessons from International
      Experience
      Kenneth K Odero*
      What lessons can Africa learn from international experience in implementing renewable energy
      projects? Experience suggests that choice of policy instruments, policy design, and complexity
      of the policy package (or regulatory regime) should be tailored to the actual conditions
      of the system in the type of market, supply or dem
      PubDate: Tue, 09 Dec 2014 13:08:04 +010
       
  • Sweden: Role of Municipal Policy in Renewable Energy Use in Transportation
           in Sweden
    • Abstract: RELP 2 2014 Country Reports 179
      Sweden
      Role of Municipal Policy in Renewable Energy
      Use in Transportation in Sweden
      Ari Lampinen*
      In 2009 the European Union set a binding requirement for allMember States to reach aminimum
      of 10 % share for renewable energy sources in transport energy consumption by 2020.
      Sweden is the only country, which already met this target and municipal policies have had
      large role in this achievement. Swedish municipalities have crea
      PubDate: Tue, 09 Dec 2014 13:06:42 +010
       
  • Germany: Grid Parity of PV-Installations: A Full Comparison Considering
           all Taxes and Levies on ...
    • Abstract: 172 Country Reports RELP 2 2014
      Germany
      Grid Parity of PV-Installations: A Full Comparison Considering all
      Taxes and Levies on the Power Consumption of Private Households
      in Germany
      Sven Bode and Helmuth-M.Groscurth*
      In the discussion about the cost of electricity from photovoltaic (PV) systems, a so-called
      ‘grid parity’ is regularly mentioned. It is said to have been reached by now. According to
      this line of argument, electricity production costs from
      PubDate: Tue, 09 Dec 2014 13:05:41 +010
       
  • European Union: A Research Agenda for Shale Gas: Challenges to a Coherent
           Regulation in the ...
    • Abstract: 150 Biofuels in South Asia: Connecting the Dots RELP 2 2014
      Biofuels in South Asia: Connecting the Dots
      Kaushik Ranjan Bandyopadhyay and Kasturi Das*
      Biofuels are being promoted in South Asian region primarily in blended form with petrol
      and diesel in order to reduce South Asia’s oil import dependence, make the region energy
      secure, and also as a socially and environmentally benign fuel. However, given the multipronged
      challenges confronting the conventional biofu
      PubDate: Tue, 09 Dec 2014 13:03:21 +010
       
  • Biofuels in South Asia: Connecting the Dots
    • Abstract: 150 Biofuels in South Asia: Connecting the Dots RELP 2 2014
      Biofuels in South Asia: Connecting the Dots
      Kaushik Ranjan Bandyopadhyay and Kasturi Das*
      Biofuels are being promoted in South Asian region primarily in blended form with petrol
      and diesel in order to reduce South Asia’s oil import dependence, make the region energy
      secure, and also as a socially and environmentally benign fuel. However, given the multipronged
      challenges confronting the conventional biofu
      PubDate: Tue, 09 Dec 2014 13:01:00 +010
       
  • Privatization of Electricity Industry in Nigeria: Lessons from Europe and
           United States of America
    • Abstract: 136 Reappraising the Privatization of Electricity Industry in Nigeria RELP 2 2014
      Privatization of Electricity Industry in Nigeria:
      Lessons from Europe and United States of
      America
      Peter Olaoye Olalere*
      Electric energy plays a pivotal role in the global economic
      development, hence the developing countries
      have inadequate electricity supply compared to their
      developed counterparts. Inadequate access to electricity
      hinders development in Nigeria and the
      PubDate: Tue, 09 Dec 2014 12:59:27 +010
       
  • Road to Paris COP21: Towards Soft Global Governance for Climate
           Change?
    • Abstract: 130 Road to Paris COP21: Towards Soft Global Governance for Climate Change? RELP 2 2014
      Road to Paris COP21: Towards Soft Global
      Governance for Climate Change?
      Rafael Leal-Arcas* and Luigi Carafa**
      This article explores recent climate policy developments in China, the United States (US),
      and the European Union (EU), as well as their implications for a new global climate regime,
      expected in December 2015 in Paris. The road to Paris is marked by a shift from global ef
      PubDate: Tue, 09 Dec 2014 12:57:21 +010
       
  • The EU Energy Market Regulation Puzzle: Is There Still a Way Out?
    • Abstract: RELP 2 2014 The EU Energy Market Regulation Puzzle 121
      The EU Energy Market Regulation Puzzle: Is
      There Still a Way Out?
      The Case for a Fourth Energy Package Along Completely Different
      Lines
      Fernando Cordero Martínez*
      I. Introduction
      TheEUwas foundedonthewake ofWWII as ameans
      of preventing another major armed conflict among
      European nations under the very ‘mercantilistic’ assumption
      that boosting trade and commerce,
      through the creation
      PubDate: Tue, 09 Dec 2014 12:53:23 +010
       
  • The Political Economy of Joining in the Global Value Chain (GVC) of
           Biodiesel
    • Abstract: RELP 2 2014 The Political Economy of Joining in the Global Value Chain (GVC) of Biodiesel 107
      The Political Economy of Joining in the Global
      Value Chain (GVC) of Biodiesel
      Comparative Case Study Analysis of Jatropha Production
      Nazia Mintz-Habib*
      Sustainable development initiatives inspire almost
      universal praise today since they offerwin-win options
      for developing countries. Although many reports on
      this topic offer plans, strategies, andmeasures, the deba
      PubDate: Tue, 09 Dec 2014 12:51:57 +010
       
  • Controlling the Fulfillment of the EU Sustainability Criteria for Biofuels
           (on the basis of ...
    • Abstract: RELP 2 2014 National Regulatory Possibilities in Respect of Solid Recovered Fuel 87
      National Regulatory Possibilities in Respect of
      Solid Recovered Fuel
      Topi Turunen and Kim Talus*
      I. Introduction
      This article examines the possibility of removing solid
      recovered fuels and gas derived from waste (hereinafter
      referred to as ‘SRF’ and ‘SRF gas’) from the
      classification of waste under European Union (EU)
      law. The same criteria on such removal are
      PubDate: Tue, 09 Dec 2014 12:47:36 +010
       
  • National Regulatory Possibilities in Respect of Solid Recovered Fuel
    • Abstract: RELP 2 2014 National Regulatory Possibilities in Respect of Solid Recovered Fuel 87
      National Regulatory Possibilities in Respect of
      Solid Recovered Fuel
      Topi Turunen and Kim Talus*
      I. Introduction
      This article examines the possibility of removing solid
      recovered fuels and gas derived from waste (hereinafter
      referred to as ‘SRF’ and ‘SRF gas’) from the
      classification of waste under European Union (EU)
      law. The same criteria on such removal are
      PubDate: Tue, 09 Dec 2014 12:45:16 +010
       
  • Editorial
    • Abstract: RELP 2 2014 Editorial 85
      Editorial
      This issue brings together seven very interesting articles and four country reports. The
      first article is written by Topi Turunen and Kim Talus, and examines the possibility of
      removing solid recovered fuels and gas derived from waste. By doing so, it examines
      the applicable European Union (EU) law concerning waste. Evgenia Pavlovskaia is the
      author of the second article, which is a continuation of her previous work published

      PubDate: Tue, 09 Dec 2014 12:31:12 +010
       
 
 
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