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|Title:||Creating law for next generation energy technologies|
|Citation:||Journal of Energy and Environmental Law, 2011; 2(3):17-38|
|Publisher:||George Washington University Law School|
|Adrian J. Bradbrook|
|Abstract:||While some jurisdictions over the past approximately thirty years have enacted new legislation supporting next generation energy technologies, such developments have been ad hoc without any overall coordinated plan for supporting the energy sector in general, and they have been made in response to specific and limited ideas supported by national governments at the time. A significant need exists for a coordinated approach to planning a comprehensive legal management regime to support newly emerging energy technologies and to ensure that such a regime is consistent with, and supportive of, sustainable energy development. This Article seeks to justify the need for a coordinated approach to the development of new legal management regimes to support and promote next generation energy technologies.|
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|Appears in Collections:||Law publications|
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