Tag: Energy

Tag: Energy

Regulatory case law, April 2015: use of biometric data and disputes between telecoms providers

In April the European Court of Justice ruled on the use of biometric data for purposes other than the issue of passports.

Monthly roundup, February 2015: USA votes for Net Neutrality, renewable energy gets cheaper

In February the USA voted for strong support of Net Neutrality and the cost of renewable energy decreased.

Regulatory case law, December 2014: waste management, green electricity and dominant position in mobile telephony

In December 2014 the ECJ ruled on privacy in recording public spaces, dominant positions in telecoms, and green electricity.

Regulatory case law, October 2014: on electricity price increases and telecoms users’ rights

The ECJ among other ruled that consumers must be informed before any price increase of electricity and gas .

EU regulatory case law, June 2014: on-screen copyright and access to optical networks

Find out what the ECJ says about creating copies of an internet site and an NRA imposing access to optical networks.

EU framework on climate and energy: renewable is king

The European Commission has outlined its goals for a competitive and low-carbon future EU economy in a proposal of the new EU framework on climate and energy for 2030, with renewable energy playing a key role in the future of European energy production.

EU regulatory case law: January 2014

This issue of Aphaia's new monthly series on EU regulatory case law features the summary of the latest European regulatory case law from January 2014 in the field of information society, competition and environment.

Monthly Round Up: January 2014

This past January in the news: Enisa publishes its report on ‪power supply‬ dependencies in Europe, 2030 EU climate and energy goals are published, and we host a webinar on big data and privacy. Oh, and our white papers are now available as e-books!

EU regulatory case law: December 2013

In our new monthly series, Apahia's guest blogger Ines Grah takes a look at the recent judgements by the European Court of Justice and the General Court, highlighting the most relevant developments in energy, data protection, competition and environment.

Two steps forward to an integrated EU energy market

The potential for an integrated European energy market has been a key priority for the European Union and an important topic for the Lithuanian EU Council Presidency. In order to accomplish a fully connected energy market, efforts have been made to put in place the right regulatory and infrastructure conditions.