Analysis of the origins, aims and implementation of the EU energy directives is essential to an understanding of the emerging internal market in energy in the European Union. This book provides a detailed and practical account of the legislation and the various developments in the Member States that are leading to a competitive energy market for the first time. It explains the legislation, EU case law and the relevant national laws, regulations and competence of the enforcing authorities.
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Peter Cameron is currently holder of a personal chair in International Energy Law and Policy at the University of Dundee. He is co-editor of the Journal of Energy and natural Resources Law and Chairman of the International Bar Association Academic Advisory Group on Energy Law. He has advised the European Commission on many issues concerning European law and the energy industries.
`a free competitive internal market is not yet a reality. It is important that policymakers, legislators, and commentators should be fully aware of what remains to be done and how difficult it will be to achieve it. They will find this book a valuable guide to the problems of the energy sector and the possible solutions.' Judge David Edward, European Court of Justice, from the Foreword to Competition in Energy Markets
`Cameron's book provides an excellent introduction to the genesis of EC legislative activity in the energy sector.' The Cambridge Law Journal
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