Energy Union Law
Energy Union Law
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 critical discussion and independent analysis of the developments in EU energy law and policy.
Among our activities, each year we organise an extensive series of policy events throughout Europe focusing on the current topics facing energy market players from both a legal and economic perspective, and promote European and international networking through knowledge and practice sharing. We carry out applied research including, at present, a significant multi-authored project on State aid in the energy sector, and provide trainings, at both fundamental and specialised levels, which bring together leading experts in the field to provide participants with critical insight and a comprehensive theoretical and practical knowledge of the key issues in energy law and policy.
Our activities are aimed at professionals from national energy regulatory authorities, European and international institutions, energy-focused law firms, consultancies and energy utility companies.
Contact person: Anne Marie Kehoe
Latest News & Articles
In this webinar with Christoph Riechmann (Frontier Economics) and Matthew Levitt (Baker Botts LLP), we had a look at market abuses surrounding pricing in the […] read more
On 28 March 2019, the European Court of Justice annulled the Commission’s decision that the German law on renewable energy (EEG 2012) involved State aid. […] read more
In case you missed our recent webinar with Fabien Roques, you can follow the full recording of the session here and see the presentation here. […] read more
Aggregators in the CEP: Opportunities and Difficulties as Enablers for Decentralised Actors In this podcast, Dr. Maximilian Wimmer, senior researcher at the Foundation for Environmental […] read more
In this new article, The Clean Energy Package: Compromise on Provisions for Capacity Mechanisms, Professor Leigh Hancher (FSR; Tilburg University; Baker Botts), Per Ove Eikeland […] read more