The European Integration of RES-E Promotion

The Case of Germany and Poland

  • Marco¬†Wedel

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XIX
  2. Marco Wedel
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  3. Marco Wedel
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  4. Marco Wedel
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  5. Marco Wedel
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  8. Back Matter
    Pages 255-290

About this book

Introduction

By using the example of Germany and Poland this multi-level policy dependency analysis by Marco Wedel researches constraints and dependencies of the European Integration of the promotion of renewable energy source electricity (RES-E).To gain insightful results, the author does not only take a look at the implementation effectiveness of the relevant Directive 2009/28/EC, but much more generally analyses the potentially conflicting polity implications of the entities involved, as well as their respective policy preferences and processes in light of RES-(E). Combined, these give rise to multi-level constraints and dependencies for the European Integration of RES-(E) promotion.

Content

  • RES-E Promotion EU, Germany, Poland
  • European Integration, Policy/Polity-Conflicts
  • Energy Policy and Sustainable Development 

Target groups

  • Scientists and students of Political Science, Social Science and International Relations
  • Practitioners and politicians from the energy sector

The Author

Marco Wedel studies the development of sustainable energy in theory and practice. He works in the context of energy and European Integration.

Keywords

Renewable energy European Union multi-level policy dependency analysis electricity constraints and dependencies of RES-(E)

Authors and affiliations

  • Marco¬†Wedel
    • 1
  1. 1.BerlinGermany

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