4 EEJ 1 (2014)

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                                                                    Volume  4 | Issue 11 January 2014

Hannah  Katharina Mueller  i entifies legal challenges and possible solutions for the clustering of
1wi(d farnms to replce thle currn MiIndilvidual connectons to the onshore grid

Belgiumand  Fraince serve sa benchniark fori 1. Gerkens and C. Musialski in order to check the added
value of closed istrbuton s ystems and the ificulties of thelf i1plementation

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M. Hafner and S. Tagliapetra: Turkey as a regional natural gas hub: nyth or reality?  
Sohbet Karbuz Turkefs energy future: a quantitative ssessient

 Great promises but no early answers John Roberts concludes after ooking at Israel yprus Lebanon
and also Palestine ibecause of dliferent tie -sales ad la k of consensus about export routes and systenms

Law making       State of play and perspectives of the negotiations on pending and forthcoming legislative proposals
Case law         Commission appeals against ECJ judgment in caseT-465/1 1 Globula; ECJ judgment on restrictions to the
                 free movement of capital in electricity and gas markets C-105 to 107/12 Essent
Book reviews     Armaroli, Balzani, Serpione, Powering Planet Earth, Energy Solutions for the Future;
                 B. and R. Simkins, Energy Finance and Economics
Country reports  Germany: First year of new Offshore Liability Regime; Bulgaria: Renewable energy incites heavier
                 regulation; Greece: Photovoltaic stations; Renewable Levy Fund; restructuring wholesale electricity market
On the scene     New Director-General for Energy








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