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Upcoming Issue 1/13: Energy Grids and Infrastructure Development
What might be considered the first generation of law and policy for the promotion of renewable energy took the predominant form of encouraging and enabling the installation of electricity production facilities. Over the course of the last decade, several (especially European countries) have reached levels of renewable energy installation and production that were previously thought destabilizing to the grid.
In this issue of the Renewable Energy Law and Policy Review
contributions will focus on energy grids and infrastructure development in the light of the changes to achieve the renewable electricity production objectives that have been set at national and EU level. SPECIAL OFFER: Order the two special issues "Reactions to the German Energiewende" and "Energy Grids" for the price of one here
RELP - A Journal of Renewable Energy Law and Policy
Never has there been a time when so much of the world‘s attention is focused on the rapidly increasing potential and need for renewable energy. The Journal of Renewable Energy Law and Policy provides a platform for review and discussion, both in Europe and internationally, of the legal and policy issues surrounding renewable energy. The journal reports on the dynamic and quickly changing developments taking place in Europe and around the world in the renewable energy sector, from bio-energy, solar and wind power to developing technologies like fuel cells and nuclear fusion.
The journal serves a growing international community of renewable energy practitioners, lawyers and thought leaders with timely updates on legal and policy issues impacting renewable energy technologies and development. Each issue reports on trends and critical issues from the European Union and its active Member States, cutting edge experience from North America, Australia, and Japan, as well as opportunities and challenges in emerging markets and various corners of the developing world.
Leading renewable energy scholars and practitioners report on the legal and policy implications of recent technology advances, political and regulatory decisions, market trends, as well as insightful new literature and relevant events. Above all, the journal provides a discussion forum and source of ideas and opportunities about critical issues of renewable energy – issues that will likely change our world.
Dominic Marcellino (Ecologic Institute, Washington DC)
University of Adelaide
University of Leuven
Jawaharlal Nehru University
New Delhi, India
Becker Büttner Held
Institute for Advanced
Environmental Energy Law
Pace Law School
New York, USA
The Australian National University
University of Greifswald
University of Groningen
Groningen, The Netherlands
University of Copenhagen
Federal Environment Ministry
Birmingham, United Kingdom