2 Renewable Energy L. & Pol'y Rev. [i] (2011)

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Contents
Editorial                                                                1
Dominic Marcellino
Publisher's Note                                                         3
Wolfgang Andreae
GENERAL ARTICLES
Making Effective Use of Australia's Natural Resources - The Record of Australian
Renewable Energy Law under the Renewable Energy (Electricity) Act 2000 (Cth)  5
Joshua Prentice
Wind Energy in China: From Ad hoc Projects to Strategic Policy          17
Pei-Fei Chang and Hans Bruyninckx
Integrating Renewable Energy into Nigeria's Energy Mix through the Law:
Lessons from Germany                                                    29
Peter Kayode Oniemola
Why Would Oil Countries be in Renewables? -The Case of Venezuela        39
Germdn Massabi
Editorial Board Commentary: Further Improved Framework Conditions
for Wind Power in Germany since 2009                                    51
Kai Schlegelmilch
SPECIAL FEATURE
Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council,
the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions
Energy 2020 - A strategy for competitive, sustainable and secure energy  59
Reaction to Commission Communication 10/11/10                           75
Andrew Whitehead
Observations on Commission Communication 10/11/10                       79
Kurt Deketelaere
COUNTRY REPORT
The Netherlands                                                         83
Bastiaan de Bruijne and Michelle de Rijke

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