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This article studies the interaction between the law and its regulation of technology, the technological advances driving the energy transition, and the safeguarding of public values. More room for environmental sustainability as a public value would help German DSOs play their pivotal role in the Energiewende. Interviews and an online survey with energy sector representatives demonstrate that DSOs need more legal leeway, enabling them to give more consideration to environmental sustainability and make public value trade-offs that should be based on clear criteria laid down by law and decree-law and decided upon in a transparent process.
|Number of pages||29|
|Journal||European Energy and Environmental Law Review|
|Publication status||Published - 5 Dec 2019|
- energy transition, DSOs, public values, law and policy
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Bex, F., Bijlmakers, S., Borowicz, K., Broer, T., Cuijpers, C., Delimatsis, P., Geradin, D., Goossens, J., Graef, I., Groenleer, M., Hancher, L., Kaufmann, W., Kempeneer, S., Keymolen, E., Koops, B., Kosta, E., Krupiy, T., Lavrijssen, S., Leenes, R., Martin, A., Monti, G., Noorman, M., Partiti, E., Pierce, R., Purtova, N., Reins, L., Ruiz Feases, A., Schellekens, M., Stuurman, K., Taylor, L., Wolswinkel, J., Zhao, B., de Hert, P., van der Sloot, B., Mendis, S., Pernot-LePlay, E., Tombal, T., Kamara, I., Dalla Corte, L., Prins, C., de Souza, S., Baumgart, M., van Bockel, B., Meyers, G. & Prins, C.
1/01/19 → 31/12/24
Project: Research project