Optimisation of the share of renewable energies in electricity systems in the European Union
von Lucha, Christine
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This book analyses ways of an optimisation of the renewable energy share in the electricity sector in the European Union. The relevance of this study is to be derived from the ongoing debate on liberalisation and the future of energy supply especially on the European level. The underlying concern is to support the development of renewable energy and electricity saving policy strategies in order to prevent climate change. This implies that a large range of factors have to be taken into account to capture the complex ways in which policy affects this process and vice versa how policy is affected by the technical, legal and economic processes. The result is necessarily an interdisciplinary approach because policy needs do not respect disciplinary boundaries. The approach consists in a transfer of philosophical and legal theories into the electricity sector-the design of participative goal setting procedures and the Montesquieuian concept of separation of powers.
Christine Lucha, Ass. Iur., MSc(Energy Management), studied law at the Universities of Freiburg and Coimbra. She has worked at an environmental think tank since 2003 and has completed trainings in mediation and as a psychodrama practitioner. The present work was submitted as master's thesis to the University of Koblenz-Landau and written in Aalborg
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