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State aid : Commission approves six electricity capacity mechanisms to ensure security of supply (European Commission)

Author: European Commision Date of publication: 07/02/2018 The European Commission has approved under EU State aid rules electricity capacity mechanisms in Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Italy and Poland. The Commission found that the measures will contribute to ensuring security of supply whilst preserving competition in the Single Market. Commissioner Margrethe Vestager,

2018-02-12T11:52:45+00:00 12 februari 2018|Categories: Energierecht Publiek recht|Tags: , |

Ministers’ reactions and opinions to the European Commission’s “Winter Package” (Kinstellar)

The European Commission (the "Commission") published at the end of 2016 its "Clean Energy For All Europeans" legislative package, referred to in public as the "Winter Package". The Winter Package is considered to be the most significant and extensive legislative proposal relating to the electricity market since the publication of

2017-04-26T11:25:39+00:00 26 april 2017|Categories: Energierecht|Tags: , , |

Political Declaration on energy cooperation between the North Seas Countries (European Commission)

Set as an objective: To facilitate the further cost-effective deployment of offshore renewable energy, in particular wind, through voluntary cooperation, with the aim of ensuring a sustainable, secure and affordable energy supply in the North Seas countries, thereby also facilitating further interconnection between North Seas countries and – whilst focusing

2017-03-24T09:41:33+00:00 24 maart 2017|Categories: Energierecht|Tags: , |

Milieunormen onder vuur. De vaststelling van (bepaalde) milieunormen MER-plichtig? (Adhemar Advocaten)

Op nationaal, Europees en internationaal vlak worden heel wat maatregelen genomen om energiewinning uit windkracht te promoten. Deze maatregelen stuiten vaak op verzet. Ook het besluit van de Waalse Regering van 13 februari 2014 “houdende sectorale voorwaarden voor windmolenparken met een totaalvermogen van 0.5 MW of meer” werd aangevochten bij

Energy union-United by energy and climate concerns (European Parliament) 

An energy union should facilitate transporting energy between member states and make Europe less dependent on fossil fuels, most of which are now imported. The plans announced by the European Commission in February 2015 could result in reduced energy bills, less pollution and better resilience to supply disruptions. In the

2017-02-02T14:51:50+00:00 2 februari 2017|Categories: Energierecht|Tags: , , |