This chapter aims to look forward to a future research agenda for sustainable consumption, law and development by way of conclusion. While it is for the readers to retrieve the lessons addressed by each contribution in this edited book, for us it is compelling to close this journey by looking forward. Therefore, we suggest and seek for a future research agenda that aligns the concept of sustainable consumption with the interdisciplinary debate of law and development.
The EU ETS with companion policies is more robust than relying solely on either regulatory or carbon-pricing interventions. Policies should be developed to account for the disparate impacts of the [...]
Customers are expected to play a fundamental role in the transition to a decarbonised and digitalised energy system. However, experience so far suggests that customer engagement in energy markets cannot [...]
This deliverable, which is part of the Horizon 2020 OneNet project, outlines the alignment activities carried out in OneNet Task 3.4, focusing on integrating the proposed electricity market concepts with [...]
Flexibility involves the adjustment of energy consumption or generation schedules to benefit the grid, for instance, providing services such as balancing, congestion management, and voltage control. Flexibility can be offered [...]