|Posted on:||08 December 2021|
Former Energy and Climate Law student Stavroula Pappa received an honourable mention for her LLM thesis as part of 'NeVER Thesis Award 2021', awarded by the Dutch Energy Law Association (Nederlandse Vereniging voor Energierecht).
|Posted on:||30 November 2021|
Manolis Kotzampasakis is one of the two winners of the 'NeVER Thesis Award 2021'.
|Posted on:||17 November 2021|
The EU is a global leader in ambitious environmental laws and regulations.
|Posted on:||01 June 2021|
LLM-Guide.com is a leading website of Master of Laws (LLM) programmes worldwide
|Posted on:||11 January 2021|
The Dutch government limits nitrogen emissions through regulation. Agriculture mainly emits nitrogen through manure, which causes environmental damage. If farmers reduce those emissions, they can sell nitrogen rights.
|Posted on:||30 November 2020|
On 16 November 2020 Ian Varela Santos Fernández has been granted the fifth European Association for Storage of Energy (EASE) Student Award.
|Posted on:||21 October 2020|
Hanna Tolsma, universitair docent bij de Faculteit Rechtsgeleerdheid van de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen heeft in samenwerking met Lexnova Overheidsadvies onderzoek gedaan naar de afdwingbaarheid door overheden van participatie bij de ontwikkeling van projecten voor hernieuwbare energie.
|Posted on:||13 October 2020|
The report deals with legal barriers to the transformation of culturally rich cities into smarter, more sustainable cities by retrofitting buildings and introducing innovative solutions such as vehicle2grid technology and smart grid management to reach “positive energy districts”.
|Posted on:||25 June 2020|
The two-day conference aims to facilitate high-level interchange of ideas and lessons that can be learnt concerning the role of renewable energy sources in the energy transition from both the Russian and the Dutch perspective.
|Posted on:||18 March 2020|
Between the 9th and 10th March 2020, the students in the course Energy Investment and Trade Law of the LLM programme Energy and Climate Law visited a series of institutions in Brussels
|Posted on:||27 January 2020|
Waverijn and Nieuwenhout's contribution is the first to show how both the European Court of Justice and the EU legislature at times fail to properly navigate the complex matter of EU law applicability at sea.