OGEL 3 (2016) - Waste-to-Energy (WtE)

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10 November 2016, Gas, Electricity

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A new issue has been published and can be found at https://www.ogel.org/



Waste-to-Energy (WtE) is becoming an increasingly important way to reduce dependence on fossil fuels, landfilling, reduce Greenhouse gas emissions, preserve imported fuels and grow the self-sufficiency of energy production on national level.



The issue prepared by Prof. Kim Talus and Topi Turunen - both from the UEF Law School, University of Eastern Finland - contains contributions from academics and practitioners from Europe, covering issues such as the legal definitions in waste-to-energy production, public acceptance of waste-to-energy operations and national overviews on waste-to-energy laws and policies.



You can view the table of contents of the issue here:

https://www.ogel.org/journal-browse-issues-toc.asp?key=68


Table of Contents - Volume 14, issue #03, August 2016



EDITORIAL



  • OGEL Special Issue Introduction: Waste-to-Energy (WtE)

    by K. Talus, University of Eastern Finland

    T. Turunen, UEF Law School, University of Eastern Finland (UEF)






WASTE-TO-ENERGY (WTE)



  • Waste-to-Energy and the Circular Economy - Connecting the Dots

    by T. de Römph, Policy Research Centre for Sustainable Materials Management

    L. Reins, KU Leuven




  • Waste-to-Energy in the Circular Economy and the Energy Union

    by E. Stengler, CEWEP




  • Waste-to-Energy Plants: Location and Popular Protest in the EU (in a Legal Perspective)

    by H.H.G. Post, Catholic University of Lille, University of Sassari




  • Efficient Waste-to-Energy Production in the European Union - The R1 Efficiency Standard and the Climate Correction Factor

    by T. Turunen, UEF Law School, University of Eastern Finland (UEF)




  • Waste-to-Energy Through Gasification: an EU Law Assessment and Critique

    by K. Talus, University of Eastern Finland




  • Burning Construction and Demolition Waste: An Assesment of the European Waste Hierarchy and Recycling Targets

    by T. Turunen, UEF Law School, University of Eastern Finland (UEF)

    G. Van Calster, University of Leuven




  • The Environmental Regulation of Energy-from-Waste Facilities in England

    by A. Evers, Shoosmiths LLP




  • The Policy Challenge of Waste-to-Energy: Lessons from France

    by D. McCauley, University of St. Andrews




  • Comparative Analysis of the Waste-to-Energy Legal Regime in Croatia

    by M. Ivanovic, Ulcar & Partners Ltd.

    M. Menard, Ulcar & Partners Ltd.

    L. Pivec, Ulcar & Partners Ltd.

    A-M. Steko, Planinic & Partners Ltd.




  • Comparative Analysis of the Waste-to-Energy Legal Regime in Slovenia

    by A. Ceh, Ulcar & Partners Ltd.

    K. Drole, Ulcar & Partners Ltd.

    M. Hubman, Ulcar & Partners Ltd.

    M. Menard, Ulcar & Partners Ltd.

    M. Ivanovic, Ulcar & Partners Ltd.

    L. Pivec, Ulcar & Partners Ltd.

    J. Sesok, Ulcar & Partners Ltd.

    M. Zaucer, Ulcar & Partners Ltd.




  • Waste-to-Energy: Legal Regime in Serbia

    by S. Kremenjak, Zivkovic Samardzic

    M. Stojkovic, Zivkovic Samardzic

    N. Saric, Zivkovic Samardzic

    M. Krivokapic, Zivkovic Samardzic






BOOK REVIEWS AND RELATED MATERIALS



  • EU Waste Law by Geert Van Calster - Book review

    by K. Talus, University of Eastern Finland





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