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Capacity mechanisms in the electricity sector have become a much debated topic in Europe. National electricity markets are increasingly interconnected and the cross-border implications of state subsidies must be carefully considered.

Join us in discussion of the FSR’s new book, ‘Capacity Mechanisms in the EU Energy Market’ which provides a first academic treatment of how capacity mechanisms work in policy and practice, and their possible consequences.

Editors: Leigh Hancher, Adrien de Hauteclocque, and Małgorzata Sadowska

Publisher: Oxford University Press

Forthcoming, September 2015

(*Image based on original idea by Monika Zsigri)

 

What does this book offer?

 

Key Points

  • The first point of reference for a practical and theoretical study of capacity mechanisms.

  • Discusses capacity mechanisms from legal, economic, and policy perspective.

  • Includes 11 country case studies permitting swift comparison between different models and legal approaches.

 

Join the Seminar

Starting at 17.30 in the offices of Allen & Overy LLP, Brussels 

Speakers:

  • Leigh HANCHER, Professor, European University Institute

  • Alberto POTOTSCHNIG, Director, ACER

  • Marc VAN DER WOUDE, Judge, General Court of the European Union

  • Christof SCHOSER, Deputy Head of Unit, State Aid Control, DG Competition, European Commission

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Avenue de Tervueren, Woluwe-Saint-Pierre, 268/A
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