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Janez Kopac: Energy                                                               2 a E Union o s f one step hack? 22
Dirk Buschle:The e    men  or        eide the European Uion                    I 26
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Brigham A. McCown:  An Energy (D ii              a  oppotuntie                   45


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Law making

Case law

Book reviews
Country reports

On the scene

State of play and perspectives of the negotiations in the European institutions on pending and  3
forthcoming legislative proposals
ECJ upholds the Commission's regulation on testing standards for the energy labelling of vacuum cleaners; 8
Ministerial Council of the Energy Community suspends voting rights of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Richard Youngs, Climate change and European security                      15
Austria: Energy efficiency measures - reporting, trading, transfer, administrative penalties and their  66
passing on to consumers
Strategies and emotions at COP 21                                         68



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