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Volker Oschmann

478 Renewable Energy Sources in European Law: an Overview Volker Oschmann* 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

Tim Maxian Rusche

486 The Production of Electricity from Renewable Energy Sources as a Public Service Obligation Tim Maxian Rusche* The article analyses whether electricity production from renewable energy sources can be the object of a public service obligation. This question is of particular importance for the

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Marianna Poberezhskaya

accession to the eu . 6 It could be argued that after the 2004 accession, the continuous energy dependency has also influenced the eu ’s interest in the development of renewable energy sources ( res ) in Russia. Indeed, in the Roadmap, one out of seven sections is solely devoted to res , which states

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Marianna Poberezhskaya

accession to the eu . 6 It could be argued that after the 2004 accession, the continuous energy dependency has also influenced the eu ’s interest in the development of renewable energy sources ( res ) in Russia. Indeed, in the Roadmap, one out of seven sections is solely devoted to res , which states

Hannah Katharina Müller and Martha M. Roggenkamp

Offshore Wind Energy in the North Sea As noted in the introduction, the eu has established the so-called 20-20-20 targets, which aim at a 20% reduction in eu greenhouse gas emissions from 1990 levels and a 20% increase of renewable energy sources ( res ) in the share of eu energy consumption by

Wefers, Stefanie

Several energy sources were known in the Byzantine Empire and were used for obtaining heat, light and propulsion, as well as for producing military weapons (‘Greek fire’; 6.3. Strategy A.; 6.4. The navy B.) [3]. Hydraulic power was harnessed using water wheels, most commonly to operate a pair of

K.M. Goetsch and N.C. Lu

Caenorhabditis elegans was investi- gated. Glucose, fructose, sucrose, trehalose and glycogen were tested individually at concentra- tions of 0, 1.3, 6.5, 32.5, and 162.5 mg/ml as the energy source in a chemically defined medium containing C. briggsae Maintenance Medium (CbMM without glucose), 50 µg

Bilun Müller

393 EC Legislation Concerning Renewable Energy Sources: Promotion at the Community Level and Implementation in Germany Bilun Müller* I. Introduction and background 1. Introduction At present renewable energies only play a minor role in the EU's energy production (in 2001 : 6 % 1). ). In the

Antonia Ketsetzi and Mary Margaret Capraro

Dörte Fouquet and Ursula Prall

309 Renewable Energy Sources in the Internal Electricity Market: The German Feed-in Model and its Conformity with Community Law Dörte Fouquet and Ursula Prall* I. Introduction With Directive 96/92/EC1, the European Union agreed to create an internal market for electricity The introduction of