EU Energy Law Volume III - Book Three, The European Renewable Energy Yearbook
Edited by: Christopher Jones
This volume brings together some of Europe's key government officials, industry leaders, and lawyers, who have shaped public and industrial opinion and whose day-to-day business now involves ensuring that the Renewable Energy Directive (Directive 2009/28/EC) is implemented effectively. They examine the main issues facing the EU's fast growing and changing renewable markets, outlining the main challenges for the future and offering answers. Contents include: zero carbon energy policy for Europe: the only viable solution * renewable energy 2020 and beyond: a pathway to a low carbon energy future * re-engineering the European transmission grid * the new EU Directive on renewable energies from the perspective of a Member State * the global context and challenges for energy * the effectiveness of different support schemes in a single energy market * biofuels: fighting climate change and famine in the world * cogeneration under the EU Emission Trading Scheme.
Publication Date: 9/1/2010