About this book
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.
- RES-E Promotion EU, Germany, Poland
- European Integration, Policy/Polity-Conflicts
- Energy Policy and Sustainable Development
- Scientists and students of Political Science, Social Science and International Relations
- Practitioners and politicians from the energy sector
Marco Wedel studies the development of sustainable energy in theory and practice. He works in the context of energy and European Integration.