Energy Infrastructure in UK Law

  • Jean‐Arnold Vinois (ed), EU Energy Law, Volume VIII: The Energy Infrastructure Policy of the European Union, Deventer, The Netherlands / Heverlee, Belgium: Claeys & Casteels, 2014, 574 pp, hb €265.00.
    • Nbr. 78-3, May 2015
    • The Modern Law Review
  • Passwords, pistols, and power plants: An assessment of physical and digital threats targeting Canada’s energy sector
    • Nbr. 74-4, December 2019
    • International Journal
    The study of energy sector security is in flux. A traditional focus on exploring the nexus between terrorism and physical energy infrastructure has given way to a new and specific emphasis on cyber...
    ......A traditional focus on exploring the nexus between terrorism and physical energy infrastructure has given way to a new and specific emphasis on cyber attacks targeting electrical power grids. A noticeable gap in the literature exists in terms of ......
  • Asia, the Multilateral Development Banks and Energy Governance
    • Nbr. 2-s1, September 2011
    • Global Policy
    The World Bank and the Asian Development Bank are key actors in global energy governance and in Asia, spreading new ideas about technology, regulation, policy and service delivery as they invest in...
    ...... governance and in Asia, spreading new ideas about technology, regulation, policy and service delivery as they invest in new energy infrastructure. They have encouraged market approaches to energy around the world. They are increasingly being held accountable for the environmental and social ......
  • Energy and conflict: Security outsourcing in the protection of critical energy infrastructures
    • Nbr. 50-4, December 2015
    • Cooperation and Conflict
    Attacks on oil and gas infrastructures by terrorists and criminals in places like Nigeria, Colombia, Iraq and Russia have amplified the vulnerability of critical energy infrastructures (CEIs) to de...
    ......This article advocates the need to  conceptualize security outsourcing in the domain of critical energy infrastructure protection  (CEIP) in order to explain a variety of regulatory choices made by governments in this domain.  Based on a qualitative analysis of four ......
  • ‘Clean energy for all’: the implementation of Scaling Solar in Zambia
    • Nbr. 15-3, July 2018
    • World Journal of Science, Technology and Sustainable Development
    • 214-225
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to review critical success factors (CSFs) for the implementation of the Scaling Solar Programme in Zambia, the first solar public-private partnership (PPP) in ...
    ...... most developing countries in Sub-Saharan Africa which face serious energyshortcomings, due to growing energy demand, a lack of infrastructure investment, andthe impact of climate change, which itself particularly affects those countries with a highdependency on hydropower (International ......
  • Synergies between Energy Efficiency and Energy Access Policies and Strategies
    • Nbr. 3-2, May 2012
    • Global Policy
    Policies to improve energy access and energy efficiency are often discussed, designed and assessed in isolation from each other. In this paper, we highlight possible synergies in these two domains ...
    ...... energy supply available is potentially increased, the level of energy services that can be provided by the existing capacity and infrastructure or from existing budgets available is also enhanced, and the potential for reducing the cost for those populations for which cost has the highest ......
  • Return of Overseas Contract Workers and their Rehabilitation and Development in Kerala (India)
    • Nbr. 37-1, March 1999
    • International Migration
    Large‐scale emigration of temporary contract workers from Kerala to countries in the Middle East began in the early 1970s. Return migration flows into Kerala assumed large proportions only after th...
    ...... Nair growth of the private capitalist sector and inadequacy of the energy and transport infrastructure. Loss-making public capitalist sector ......
  • Banking outreach, infrastructure development and regional growth. Empirical evidence from Indian states
    • Nbr. 13-2, May 2017
    • World Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development
    • 114-127
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to examine the dynamics between banking penetration, infrastructure development and regional growth within a multivariate framework in 23 Indian states over th...
    .......Research limitations/implications –The study mainly concentrates on the 2000-2012 period andincludes transportation (roadways and railways), energy (including electricity) and telecommunication asindicators for infrastructure, as the data for these sectors are easily available at the state level. ......
  • Learning from the “data poor”: energy management in understudied organizations
    • Nbr. 32-4, July 2014
    • Journal of Property Investment & Finance
    • 424-442
    Purpose: – The purpose of this paper is to present new empirical data on leases, energy management, and energy meters in the UK, with a particular focus on small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and o...
    ......A 30-question online survey gathered data from 31respondents on three kinds of infrastructure – legal, o rganizational, and technical.Findings – SMEs and other minor players are generally “data poor,” lack energy managers, and ......
  • Protecting Canada's Critical National Infrastructure from Terrorism
    • Nbr. 64-3, September 2009
    • International Journal
    ...... . . Martin Rudner . Protecting Canada’s . critical national  . infrastructure from . terrorism . Mapping a proactive strategy for energy security . In 2002 the government of Canada introduced the national security policy, . ......
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