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The European Renewable Energy Yearbook

The European Renewable Energy Yearbook

This volume brings together some of Europe's key government officials, industry leaders and lawyers, who have shaped public and industrial opinion and whose day-to-day business now involves ensuring that the Renewable Energy Directive (Directive 2009/28/EC) is implemented effectively. They are examining the main issues facing the EU's fast growing and changing renewable markets, outlining the main challenges for the future and giving possible answers and how some of the key practical issues, raised by the directive could, should and will be resolved, according to the opinion of the authors.

Authors

Edited by:
Christopher Jones
Deputy Director General, DG ENER, EC

Written by:
Christopher Jones
Deputy Director General, DG ENER, EC
Hans ten Berge
Secretary General, EURELECTRIC
Sam Cross
Energy Policy Advisor, EURELECTRIC
Cecilia Hellner
Director Vattenfall European Affairs, Brussels; Senior Advisor Market, ENTSO-E
Martin Schöpe
Head of Division, International and European Affairs, Renewable Energy, German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety
Thomas B. Johansson
Co-Chair of the Executive Committee, Global Energy Assessment
Dörte Fouquet
Partner, Becker Büttner Held (BBH), Brussels;
Director European Renewable Energies Federation (EREF)
Pedro De Sampaio Nunes
CEO, GreenCyber
Eva Hoos
Policy Officer, Energy Efficiency, DG ENER, EC

Highlights & Contents

  • A zero carbon energy policy for Europe: the only viable solution
  • Renewable energy 2020 and beyond delivering on the EU, targets and dened a pathway to a low carbon energy future
  • Re-engineering the European Transmission grid
  • The new EU Directive on renewable energies from the perspective of a member state
  • The global context and challenges for energy
  • The effectiveness of dierent support schemes in a single energy market
  • Biofuels: fighting climate change and famine in the World
  • Cogeneration under the EU Emission Trading Scheme