Energy Law, Nomiki Vivliothiki, Athens 2016, p. XΧΙI+352
This book analyzes the institutional and regulatory framework in the energy sector in Greece. It aims to be a comprehensive reference work for legal theory and practice. The structure of the work follows the evolution of the energy sector comprising oil, natural gas, coal and renewable energy sources. First there is analysis of the development of the EU regulatory framework, followed by chapters on the administrative organization of the energy sector, natural gas, renewable energy sources, lignite, oil and electricity. This structure reflects the increasing importance of natural gas and renewables, with a corresponding decline of coal and oil, while electricity is examined last as secondary field. The analysis includes the latest developments which have reshape the energy institutional and regulatory landscape in Greece such as the upgrading of independent authorities, the integration of the Third EU Energy Package, further liberalization of the electricity and gas markets, security of supply mechanisms etc.