For the third year in succession Claeys &
Casteels will publish the EU Energy Law
& Policy Yearbook. The 2012 edition
covers all recent developments in EU
Energy Policy in the framework of the
agenda of the present commission and
also expresses the viewpoints of all
relevant actors in the Energy Law &
The Yearbook 2012 is based on the contributions and debates at the 7th Annual EU Energy Law & Policy Conference 2012 and covers the whole range of EU Energy Law & Policy.
The Yearbook is published yearly in collaboration with the Florence School of Regulation at the European University Institute (EUI).
Against this backdrop, the EU Energy Law & Policy Yearbook 2012, now already into its 3rd edition, offers insights into the most recent opinions, assessments and tendencies in EU energy law and policy making. Like previous editions, it draws upon the various contributions from the annual Claeys & Casteels conference on 'EU Energy Law & Policy', which took place for the 7th time in 2012 in Brussels.
This unique publication incorporates policy papers and academic articles, including keynote speeches and presentations by many distinguished academics and high-level officials from European institutions and Industry. Whether you are directly or indirectly involved in the energy community the EU Energy Law & Policy Yearbook 2012 will enable you to stay abreast of recent developments while offering you uniquely well-informed insights into expected trends and initiatives in EU energy law and policy.
Topics include: the 2050 Energy Roadmap, practical priorities of the European Commission in respect of the completion of the internal energy market, the Energy Infrastructure Package, the EU Emissions Trading Scheme, energy efficiency and renewables policies, the security of energy supply, latest developments in competition law, recent Commission Decisions in the area of state aid.
Adrien de Hauteclocque
Referendaire, General Court of the European Union (Cabinet of judge van der Woude)
Scientific Coordinator of the Loyola de Palacio Chair;
Research Assistant, Florence School of Regulation, European University Institute, Florence
Holder of the Loyola de Palacio Chair;
Director of the Florence School of Regulation, European University Institute, Florence
Helmut Schmitt von Sydow
Professor, University of Lausanne and European College of Parma;
Former Director and Chief Legal Adviser, DG TREN, EC
Lord John Mogg