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Jaap de Keijzer, Arjan Kleinhout, Claire van der Hoeven and
Laura Di Bella have written the Netherlands chapter for the book
"Legal Aspects of EU Energy Regulation, The consolidation of
Energy Law Across Europe". It contains a brief
introduction to the Dutch energy regulation landscape. It also
describes some current issues and upcoming changes.
This book provides comprehensive coverage of EU energy law in
practice, evaluating the effectiveness of the Third Energy Package,
the rise and importance of national and EU renewable energy
measures in electricity markets, interconnection and infrastructure
aspects of the electricity and gas markets. The national reports
take into account the legal and institutional diversity among the
Member States, drawing on the experience of prominent energy
lawyers to provide analyses of their own national experiences. This
book includes an overview of the Energy Union, the institutional
framework of regulation, a comprehensive review of how things have
changed as a result of the various energy packages, state aid
decisions and Energy Charter and European Court of Justice case
This new water mark makes clear that the EU is seeking to cut down on greenhouse gas emissions by replacing fossil fuel plants with new forms of renewable energy in line with the Paris Agreement on climate change.
Turkey's Energy Markets Regulatory Authority has determined procedures and principles for investments necessary to deliver natural gas to areas with populations over 20,000 which do not fall within licenses holders' current geographic license scopes.
Turkey's Energy Market Regulatory Authority has introduced principles for natural gas distribution license holders to determine tariffs, identify investments deemed to be network building expenditures, as well as upper limits for these investments.
On December 7, 2016, the Italian Constitutional Court rejected on appeal the claim that the new state incentives scheme, which applies retrospectively to the renewable energy sector, was unconstitutional.
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