1 Renewable Energy L. & Pol'y Rev. I (2010)

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Editorial                                                                       1
Richard Paton
Foreword                                                                        3
Ginther Oettinger
The Role of Renewables in the Interaction between Climate Change Policy
and Energy Security in Europe                                                   5
Arno Behrens
Regulating Renewable Energy in the European Union                              17
Philip Lowe
Bioenergy in Developing Countries: Potential and Risks                         23
Richard L. Ottinger and Steven E. Miller
The Consistency of the European Union Renewable Energy Directive
with World Trade Organization Agreements: The Case of Biofuels                 33
Andrew Mitchell and Christopher Tran
A Success Story - The German Renewable Energy Act Turns Ten                    45
Volker Oschmann
Will a Feed-in Tariff Law Promote the Development of Bioenergy
in Germany without Compromising the Greenness of Biogas?                     61
Martin Altrock
Wind Theft, Spatial Planning and International Relations                       67
Dan van der Horst and Saskia Vermeylen
Renewable Energy Policy in an Oil-Exporting Country:
The Case of the United Arab Emirates                                           77
Nazli Choucri, Daniel Goldsmith and Toufic Mezher
Policy Pathways: Transitioning to Sustainable Power Generation
in Saskatchewan                                                                87
Margot Hurlbert, Kathleen McNutt and Jeremy Rayner
Financing Renewable Energy Projects in Asia: Barriers and Solutions           101
Paul Curnow, Lachlan Tait and Ilona Millar

RELP 11|2010

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