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Sustainable Energy United in Diversity: Challenges and Approaches in Energy Transition in the EU

Squintani, L. (ed.), Vedder, H. (ed.), Vanheusden, B. (ed.) & Reese, M. (ed.), 2014, European Environmental Law Forum. 293 p. (European Environmental Law Forum Book Series; vol. 1)

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APA

Squintani, L., Vedder, H., Vanheusden, B., & Reese, M. (Eds.) (2014). Sustainable Energy United in Diversity: Challenges and Approaches in Energy Transition in the EU. (European Environmental Law Forum Book Series; Vol. 1). European Environmental Law Forum.

Author

Squintani, Lorenzo (Editor) ; Vedder, Hans (Editor) ; Vanheusden, Bernard (Editor) ; Reese, Moritz (Editor). / Sustainable Energy United in Diversity: Challenges and Approaches in Energy Transition in the EU. European Environmental Law Forum, 2014. 293 p. (European Environmental Law Forum Book Series).

Harvard

Squintani, L, Vedder, H, Vanheusden, B & Reese, M (eds) 2014, Sustainable Energy United in Diversity: Challenges and Approaches in Energy Transition in the EU. European Environmental Law Forum Book Series, vol. 1, European Environmental Law Forum.

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Sustainable Energy United in Diversity: Challenges and Approaches in Energy Transition in the EU. / Squintani, Lorenzo (Editor); Vedder, Hans (Editor); Vanheusden, Bernard (Editor); Reese, Moritz (Editor).

European Environmental Law Forum, 2014. 293 p. (European Environmental Law Forum Book Series; Vol. 1).

Research output: Book/ReportBook editingAcademic

Vancouver

Squintani L, (ed.), Vedder H, (ed.), Vanheusden B, (ed.), Reese M, (ed.). Sustainable Energy United in Diversity: Challenges and Approaches in Energy Transition in the EU. European Environmental Law Forum, 2014. 293 p. (European Environmental Law Forum Book Series).


BibTeX

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