Energy and Sustainability

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  1. 2020
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  5. Waverijn, J. J. A. (2020). Navigating Legal Barriers to Mortgaging Energy Installations at Sea – the Case of the North Sea and the Netherlands. In C. Banet (Ed.), The Law of the Seabed: Access, Uses, and Protection of Seabed Resources (pp. 503-524). (Publications on Ocean Development; Vol. 90). Brill.
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  7. Braaksma, L., & Fleming, R. (2020). Phasing Out Coal-Fired Power Plants in the European Union: Examples from the Netherlands and Germany. In M. M. Roggenkamp, & C. Banet (Eds.), European Energy Law Report (Vol. XIII, pp. 261-287). Intersentia.
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  9. Mauger, R. (2020). Closure of Nuclear Power Plants in Germany, Sweden and France: Different Strategies for Different Results. In M. M. Roggenkamp, & C. Banet (Eds.), EUROPEAN ENERGY LAW REPORT (Vol. XIII, pp. 245-260). Cambridge: Intersentia Ltd.
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  11. Roggenkamp, M. (2020). Re-using (nearly) depleted Oil and Gas fields in the North Sea for CO2 Storage: Seizing or Missing a Window of Opportunity? In C. Banet (Ed.), The Law of the Seabed: Access, Uses, and Protection of Seabed Resources (pp. 454-480). (Publications on Ocean Development; Vol. 90). Brill.
  12. 2019
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