Renewable Energy Sources in European Law: an Overview

in Journal for European Environmental & Planning Law
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Abstract

This article gives an overview of the European legal framework on renewable energy sources, that is those European legal provisions whose objective is to increase the exploitation of renewable energy sources in the production of electricity, heating and cooling, as well as fuel for transport. Although renewable energy sources are not an explicit matter for primary European law, it is clear, particularly given climate change and increasing dependency on energy imports, that they are gaining increasing importance in secondary European law and at Member State level.

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