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Energiewende und EU-Beihilfenrecht: EEG-Förderung, EEG-Ausnahmen, Atomrecht, Energiesteuern

Felix Ekardt

The following article analyses some controversial instruments of energy policy with regard to their compatibility with the EU subsidy law. Implementing the latter, it develops high rate relevant requirements to the German energy law – however this does not primarily concern the renewable energy feed-in tariffs, where science, politics and the public mostly discuss questions of subsidy law.

EurUP 3 2013 Energiewende und EU-Beihilfenrecht 197 I. P


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