As the EU plays an increasingly important role in energy regulation, the fast-paced development of European policy and law poses complex and challenging issues for legal specialists in the sector. We provide a forum for discussion and analysis of the developments in EU energy law and policy. We organise policy events, carry out applied research, provide training, and promote European and international networking through knowledge and practice sharing.
Our activities are aimed at professionals from national energy regulatory authorities, European and international institutions, energy-focused law firms, consultancies and energy utility companies.
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What are the implications of the Winter Package? In this paper, Professor Leigh Hancher and Marinus Winters examine the Commission’s proposals to facilitate the transition […] read more
The Market Abuse Regulation (MAR): Technology for Meeting Market Abuse Regulation Challenges Market abuse generally comprises of an unfair advantage in trading due to insider information, […] read more
In this podcast, Deni Mantzari from the University of Reading addresses the looming effects of Brexit on the EU’s internal energy market. While the terms of the UK’s planned […] read more
Capacity remuneration mechanisms are currently at the forefront of the EU energy debate with the electricity sector, in particular, undergoing a considerable shake-up. One key element […] read more
The impending new energy market design is expected to recalibrate the current power structures of the energy sector, both in the responsibilities assigned to the […] read more