The International Legal Research Group on Renewable Energy is the result of the hard work of many individuals all over the European continent, from law students to our academic supporters from every corner of our part of the earth.
The main aim of the paper was to analyse the renewable energy policies and legislative framework set up by EU Member States and non-EU countries, and ascertain what measures are being taken on the national (and international level). This also allowed for researchers to broaden their knowledge in this vast field of law, as well as hone their legal writing skills; both will prove to be invaluable assets throughout their career.
Research coordinated by: Eva te Dorsthorst, Jake Camilleri, Blanka Hován, Elna Larsson, Olegs Sedjakins, Artem Barabash, Fani Dimoska, Frederik Vahlgren
Publication coordinated by: Sarah Ikast Kristoffersen
Countries involved: Albania, Azerbaijan, Cyprus, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, the Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom
Published: February 2020
Length: 906 pages
The report can be downloaded at: https://legalresearch.elsa.org/library/final-report-renewable-energy/
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