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Special Issue "Technology and Economics Law in Energy Markets and Environmental Problems"
A special issue of Laws (ISSN 2075-471X). This special issue belongs to the section "Environmental Law Issues".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (28 February 2023) | Viewed by 17528
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Special Issue Information
In recent years, the rapid technological evolution and the emerging scaling up of technologies for energy production have become determinant factors in the development of national, European, and international law. Therefore, environmental policies, economies of scale, climate change considerations, social skepticism, or opposition to new large-scale infrastructures and technologies in the energy markets all determine the foundation and the implementation of the current and future legislative framework in these fields.
In this Special Issue of Laws, original research articles, reviews, and follow-up studies of contemporary topical, national, and international law are welcome, where research areas may include (but are not limited to) the following dimensions: (1) from the European Union and international contexts and the accompanying regulations regarding diffusion of renewables-based technologies in both energy markets and industrial or manufacturing sectors; (2) from the side of countries (global coverage) that are looking at the interrelation of international, EU, and national legislations on energy and its marketing routes; (3) from the side of manufacturing companies or commercial SMEs on extroversion and internationalization orientation that are characterized by the rapid shift from conventional technologies toward smart, innovative, and flexible modes of energy production. This Special Issue also covers the wider provisional legislation of such large-scale technologies/energy markets on environment, society, education, social cohesion, labor, ecosystems, as well as the consequences of both energy markets and their large-scale technologies to climate change.
We warmly look forward to receiving your contributions regarding the situation today and the future perspectives of legislation on these particularly challenging issues.
Prof. Dr. Maria Alessandra Ragusa
Dr. Grigorios L. Kyriakopoulos
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- environment law
- technology law
- economics law
- national legislation