Modifying Our Society With Law

The Case of eu Renewable Energy Law

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This article concisely maps the characteristics of the eu regulatory approach to stimulate the increase in the share of renewable energy, and points out various legal and policy challenges, among which finding the optimal regulatory approach and balancing different interests when authorising renewable energy projects.

Climate Law

A Journal on Climate Change and the Law

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European Parliament, Report on a 2030 framework for climate and energy policies, 27.1.2014, A7-0047/2014, p. 14, number 7.

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