By Leonie Reins, Professor of Public Law and Sustainability, Rotterdam Erasmus School of Law and Kaisa Huhta, Associate Professor of European Law, especially Energy Law, UEF Law School. This Blog has also… Read More »What is energy solidarity? A view from the EU and the energy crisis
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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