By Kaisa Huhta, Senior Lecturer in EU law at the CCEEL Photo by Flash Dantz on Unsplash Sustainable energy democracy is a concept that has been used to understand new… Read More »Sustainable energy democracy: What is it and why does it matter?
By Kim Talus. Photo by KWON JUNHO on Unsplash. Liquefied natural gas (LNG) markets are going through a rapid and fundamental change. Where the previous era for LNG deliveries was… Read More »Delivery destinations and changing markets for liquefied natural gas
Moritz Wüstenberg, Junior Researcher, European Law. Photo by Federico Beccari on Unsplash. The World Trade Organization (WTO) is often seen as a curiosity generally associated with globalization. The WTO as we know… Read More »Volatile relations- EU-Russia energy regulation
Tade Oyewunmi, Doctoral Researcher, email@example.com. Photo by Martin Adams on Unsplash. In a forthcoming paper on the topic- ‘Examining the Instrumental Role of Regulation in the Development of Gas Supply Markets: Highlights from the US… Read More »The Evolving International Gas Industry- A Brief Comment on Decarbonisation and Matters Arising
The ‘Clean Energy for All Europeans’ package – Analysing the Commission’s proposed approach to capacity mechanisms
Kaisa Huhta, Doctoral Researcher (firstname.lastname@example.org). Photo by Appolinary Kalashnikova on Unsplash. In November 2016, the European Commission published an extensive legislative proposal on energy. Known as ‘Clean Energy for All Europeans’ package,… Read More »The ‘Clean Energy for All Europeans’ package – Analysing the Commission’s proposed approach to capacity mechanisms
Kati Kulovesi, Co-Director of CCEEL and Professor of International Law. Harro van Asselt, Professor of Climate Law and Policy. The past few weeks have been remarkable for the evolution of international climate law.… Read More »Introducing the CCEEL Blog and CCEEL Activities on Climate Law