|Posted on:||10 November 2022|
PhD researcher Jamie Behrendt is one of the winners of the Sustainable Society PhD Grants 2022, awarded by the University of Groningen.
|Posted on:||03 October 2022|
PhD researcher Jamie Behrendt has created a unique website that provides a map of existing and developing microgrids in Europe.
|Posted on:||19 September 2022|
Edwin Woerdman , professor of markets and regulation at the University of Groningen, argues in an interview in the Dagblad van het Noorden for making the implicit trade in nitrogen rights by farmers explicit.
|Posted on:||30 June 2022|
Anna Reyneri di Lagnasco, LLM student in Energy and Climate Law, is co-author of a technical report on 'The Use of Auctioning Revenues from the EU ETS for Climate Action'.
|Posted on:||07 April 2022|
On 21 March 2022 NWO announced that the research proposal ‘Flexible Energy Communities: Coupling e-mobility and energy communities (FlexECs)’ was selected as one of the four projects to be funded under the call ‘Energy Transition as a Socio-Technical Challenge’.
|Posted on:||06 April 2022|
The Board of the University has appointed two academic directors for the newly established Schools. Lorenzo Squintani has been appointed as Director of the Wubbo Ockels School, which focuses on the energy transition and climate change. Ming Cao has been appointed as Director of the Jantina Tammes School, the interdisciplinary platform that focuses on digital innovation, artificial intelligence, and technological progress.
|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.