Energy Regulation in the Green Transition

Birgitte Egelund Olsen (Editor), Henrik Lund (Editor), Tooraj Jamasb (Editor), Peter Møllgaard (Editor), Carsten Smidt (Editor)

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The Green Transition challenges existing structures of all sectors in society, not least within the energy sectors. This anthology is a collection of contributions by leading academics from economics, legal and technical backgrounds on Energy Regulation in the Green Transition.
The anthology describes regulatory dilemmas and explores appropriate regulatory answers to the challenges presented by an ambitious Green Transition. The anthology seeks to foster inter-disciplinary discussions and encourages the development of new regulatory thinking among practitioners, businesses, academics, government officials and regulators alike.
The anthology is divided into three broad themes of importance to regulation in the Green Transition: Regulation and Tariff Design discusses ownership, the relationship between innovation and regulation, as well as tariff design. The second theme, Governance and Legal Aspects, investigates the role of existing legal frameworks on the social acceptance of infrastructure, the income-cap regulatory framework and the importance of regulatory experimentation. The third theme addresses questions relating to existing Investment Decision Frameworks employed by utilities in the Green Transition.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationKøbenhavn
PublisherDanish Utility Regulator
Number of pages119
Publication statusPublished - 2021
SeriesBetter Regulation in the Energy Sector

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