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State Aid and the Energy Sector

Editor(s): Leigh Hancher, Adrien de Hauteclocque, Francesco Maria Salerno
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Published: 22-02-2018
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Edition: 1st
Extent: 640
ISBN: 9781509913671
Imprint: Hart Publishing
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About State Aid and the Energy Sector

This important new work offers a comprehensive and compelling account of State aid law and policy and its application to the energy sector. Clearly structured and offering meticulous detail and robust analysis, it is required reading for all practitioners in the field. The volume explores general questions from the definition of State aid to its application in Member States by national courts. It also examines questions of procedure, questions of compatibility, and State aid and the EEA. It is an invaluable tool for lawyers, policymakers and tax professionals specialising in State aid law and energy law, written by a team of leading practitioners and academics in the field.

Table Of Contents

1. What is State Aid?
Falk Schöning and Clemens Ziegler
2. State Aid and Price Regulation in the Energy Sector
Guillaume Dezobry and Adrien de Hauteclocque
3. State Aid and Taxation: Special Focus on Energy and the Environment
Lena Sandberg
4. WTO Subsidy Rules: Implications for Energy
Anna-Alexandra Marhold

5. Compatibility of RES: A Legal and Economic Approach
Francesco Maria Salerno, Sébastien Douguet and Vincent Rious
6. Capacity Mechanisms and Auctions
Leigh Hancher and Christoph Riechmann
7. Cross-Border Participation in Capacity Mechanisms: Legal and Economic Issues
Fabien Roques, Charles Verhaeghe and Guillaume Dezobry
8. Aid to Nuclear and Coal
Leigh Hancher and Max Klasse
9. Projects of Common Interest and Energy Infrastructure Projects
Julia Sack, Kristina Zych and Kai Uwe Pritzsche
10. Services of General Economic Interest and EU State Aid Control in Energy Markets
Adrien de Hauteclocque, Francesco Maria Salerno and Simina Suciu

11. State Aid Recovery and the Energy Sector
Jacques Derenne
12. Arbitration
Johannes Koepp, Alejandro Escobar, Laurie Frey and Ernesto Feliz
13. Common EU Law Principles of Private Enforcement of State Aid
Georg M Berrisch and Brian R Byrne

14. Germany
Falk Schöning and Clemens Ziegler
15. France
Liliana Eskenazi
16. Netherlands
Marinus Winters
17. Austria
Moritz Am Ende and Judith Grimm
18. Italy
Pierluigi Congedo
19. Greece
Antonis Metaxas
20. Belgium
Wim Vandenberghe
21. Spain
Jose Luis Buendía and Miguel Ángel Bolsa
22. State Aid and the EEA
Svein Terje Tveit and Jens Naas-Bibow
23. State Aid Enforcement in the Energy Community
Marco Botta and Rozeta Karova


“In State Aid and the Energy Sector the editors have successfully combined the analytical strengths, State aid and energy sector knowledge of a large number of authors to complete an excellent book within an important area of EU law and policy. In not only concentrating on the traditional topics of EU State aid law, but also including comprehensive country reports and aspects such as WTO law, arbitration, the EEA Agreement and the Energy Community, the book succeeds in drawing the full picture of an increasingly complex area.” –  Henrik Bjørnebye, Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, Oil, Gas & Energy Law Intelligence

“This is the first book-length treatment of EU state-aid law in the energy sector... The map drawn by the book offers useful guidance to the readers and also alerts them to the number of open issues.” –  Giuseppe Bellantuono, University of Trento, Italy, International Energy Law Review

“Given the significance of public policies and public funding of the energy sector, the book edited by Hancher, Hauteclocque and Salerno is a timely contribution to the literature ... Its value lies in being a comprehensive and authoritative reference book.” –  Phedon Nicolaides, Common Market Law Review

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