Harnessing Offshore Wind Energy: Legal Challenges and Policy Conundrums in the European Union

in The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law
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Contemporary trends in European offshore wind power are explored, including: the status of the industry and its future prospects for growth; eu treaty and legislative obligations; as well as regulatory and policy issues pertaining to energy and climate change objectives. Special mention is made of eu case law on national renewable energy support schemes, along with the European Directive on maritime spatial planning; focusing on the need for further eu law reform and Member State legislative action to promote the regionalisation of the sector and the establishment of a new Energy Union.

Harnessing Offshore Wind Energy: Legal Challenges and Policy Conundrums in the European Union

in The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law

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Danish Energy Agency 2013. ‘Danish Offshore Wind. Key Environmental Issues—a Follow-up.’ The Environmental Group: The Danish Energy Agency The Danish Nature Agency dong Energy and Vattenfal at 12 21–23 28; available at: http://www.orbicon.dk/media/Havvindmøllebog.pdf; accessed 12 September 2014.

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Annex 1 Com (2014) 330at pp. 2 22.

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