The Routledge Handbook of Energy Law provides a definitive global survey of the discipline of Energy Law, capturing the essential and relevant issues in Energy today. Each chapter is written by a leading expert, and provides a contemporary overview of a significant area within the field.
The book is divided into six geographical regions based on continents, with a separate section on Russia, an energy powerhouse that straddles both Europe and Asia. Each section contains highly topical chapters from authors who address a number of core themes in Energy Law and Regulation:
• Energy security and the role of markets
• Regulating the growth of renewable energy
• Regulating shifts in traditional forms of energy
• Instruments in regulating disputes in energy
• Impact of energy on the environment
• Key issues in the future of energy and regulation.
Offering an analysis of the full spectrum of current issues in Energy Law, the Routledge Handbook of Energy Law is an essential resource for advanced students, researchers, academics, legal practitioners and industry experts.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
part I|73 pages
chapter 2|28 pages
From stakeholders to actors?
chapter 3|16 pages
International energy law in perspective
part II|108 pages
chapter 5|13 pages
Energy market liberalisation
chapter 6|17 pages
Regulation of electricity markets in Europe in light of the Clean Energy Package
part III|48 pages
part IV|58 pages
chapter 17|19 pages
Formula rate plans and multi-year rate plans
part V|86 pages
chapter 19|14 pages
Energy justice as a key driver to unlock the transition from energy reform to energy counter-reform
chapter 20|18 pages
Low-carbon energy in Latin America
part VI|93 pages
Asia and Australia
chapter 24|21 pages
From coal to clean energy
chapter 27|23 pages
Is gas security in the ‘national interest’?
part VII|78 pages
Africa and the Middle East
chapter 29|18 pages
Legal, policy and regulatory aspects of integrating electricity from renewable energy in sub-Saharan Africa
part VIII|64 pages