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Capacity Mechanisms in the EU Energy Market

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Informationen zum Autor Leigh Hancher, Tilburg University, European University, Allen & Overy LP;Adrien de Houteclocque, Court... Weiterlesen
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Informationen zum Autor Leigh Hancher, Tilburg University, European University, Allen & Overy LP;Adrien de Houteclocque, Court of Justice of the European Union and Loyola de Palacio Chair;Malgorzata Sadowska, Florence School of Regulation Klappentext Energy capacity mechanisms have become a much debated topic in the EU. National electricity markets are increasingly interconnected and the cross-border implications of state subsidies must be carefully considered. This book provides a thorough explanation of how capacity mechanisms work in policy and practice, and their possible consequences. Zusammenfassung Energy capacity mechanisms have become a much debated topic in the EU. National electricity markets are increasingly interconnected and the cross-border implications of state subsidies must be carefully considered. This book provides a thorough explanation of how capacity mechanisms work in policy and practice, and their possible consequences. Inhaltsverzeichnis Part I: Policy; 1 Francisco Enrique Gonzalez-Diaz: EU Policy on Capacity Mechanisms; 2 Alberto Pototschnig and Martin Godfried: The Regulators' View: ACER's Report on Capacity Mechanisms and the EU Internal Electricity Market; 3 Arthur Henriot and Jean-Michel Glachant: Capacity Mechanisms in the European Market: Now, but How?; Part II: Economics; 4 Jens Perner and Christoph Riechmann: Energy Market Design with Capacity Mechanisms; 5 Fabien Roques and Charles Verhaeghe: Different Approaches for Capacity Mechanisms in Europe: Rationale and Potential for Coordination?; 6 Dominique Finon: Capacity Mechanisms and Cross-Border Participation: The EU Integrated Approach in Question; 7 Carlos Batlle, Paolo Mastropietro, Pablo Rodilla, and Jose Ignacio Perez-Arriaga: The System Adequacy Problem: Lessons Learned from the American Continent; 8 Bert Willems: The Generation Mix, Price Caps, and Capacity Payments; Part III: Law; 9 Leigh Hancher: Capacity Mechanisms and State Aid Control: A European Solution to the 'Missing Money' Problem?; 10 Adrien de Hauteclocque and Malgorzata Sadowska: Antitrust Law: A Missing Piece in a Regulatory Puzzle?; 11 Peter Oliver: Free Movement of Goods in the Labyrinth of Energy Policy and Capacity Mechanisms; Part IV: Case Studies; 12 Thomas Starlinger and Harald Kropfl: Austria; 13 Wim Vandenberghe and Rene Gonne: Belgium; 14 Daniel Crevel-Sander and Charlotte Beaugonin: France; 15 Kai Uwe Pritzsche and Katharina Reinhardt: Germany; 16 Antonis Metaxas: Greece; 17 Francesco Maria Salerno: Italy; 18 Marinus Winters: Netherlands; 19 Jens Naas-Bibow and Catherine Ramstad Wenger: Norway; 20 Malgorzata Sadowska: Poland; 21 Inigo del Guayo: Spain; 22 Peter Willis: United Kingdom ...

Klappentext

Energy capacity mechanisms have become a much debated topic in the EU. National electricity markets are increasingly interconnected and the cross-border implications of state subsidies must be carefully considered. This book provides a thorough explanation of how capacity mechanisms work in policy and practice, and their possible consequences.



Inhalt

Part I: Policy; 1 Francisco Enrique Gonzalez-Diaz: EU Policy on Capacity Mechanisms; 2 Alberto Pototschnig and Martin Godfried: The Regulators' View: ACER's Report on Capacity Mechanisms and the EU Internal Electricity Market; 3 Arthur Henriot and Jean-Michel Glachant: Capacity Mechanisms in the European Market: Now, but How?; Part II: Economics; 4 Jens Perner and Christoph Riechmann: Energy Market Design with Capacity Mechanisms; 5 Fabien Roques and Charles Verhaeghe: Different Approaches for Capacity Mechanisms in Europe: Rationale and Potential for Coordination?; 6 Dominique Finon: Capacity Mechanisms and Cross-Border Participation: The EU Integrated Approach in Question; 7 Carlos Batlle, Paolo Mastropietro, Pablo Rodilla, and Jose Ignacio Perez-Arriaga: The System Adequacy Problem: Lessons Learned from the American Continent; 8 Bert Willems: The Generation Mix, Price Caps, and Capacity Payments; Part III: Law; 9 Leigh Hancher: Capacity Mechanisms and State Aid Control: A European Solution to the 'Missing Money' Problem?; 10 Adrien de Hauteclocque and Malgorzata Sadowska: Antitrust Law: A Missing Piece in a Regulatory Puzzle?; 11 Peter Oliver: Free Movement of Goods in the Labyrinth of Energy Policy and Capacity Mechanisms; Part IV: Case Studies; 12 Thomas Starlinger and Harald Kropfl: Austria; 13 Wim Vandenberghe and Rene Gonne: Belgium; 14 Daniel Crevel-Sander and Charlotte Beaugonin: France; 15 Kai Uwe Pritzsche and Katharina Reinhardt: Germany; 16 Antonis Metaxas: Greece; 17 Francesco Maria Salerno: Italy; 18 Marinus Winters: Netherlands; 19 Jens Naas-Bibow and Catherine Ramstad Wenger: Norway; 20 Malgorzata Sadowska: Poland; 21 Inigo del Guayo: Spain; 22 Peter Willis: United Kingdom

Produktinformationen

Titel: Capacity Mechanisms in the EU Energy Market
Untertitel: Law, Policy, and Economics
Editor:
EAN: 9780198749257
ISBN: 978-0-19-874925-7
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Oxford University Press
Genre: Allgemeines & Lexika
Anzahl Seiten: 448
Gewicht: 968g
Größe: H250mm x B184mm x T31mm
Jahr: 2015
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