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Author Adam, Markus, author.

Title Accelerating e-mobility in Germany [electronic resource] a case for regulation / Markus Adam.

Published Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2016.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource.
Series Springer briefs in law
SpringerBriefs in law.
Springer English/International eBooks 2016 - Full Set
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Acknowledgement; Contents; Abbreviations; List of Figures; List of Tables; 1 Electromobility-The Current State; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Legal Framework; 1.2.1 National Measures; 1.2.2 European Measures; Reduction of Greenhouse Gas Emissions; Promotion of the Use of Energy from Renewable Sources; Improving Energy Efficiency; 1.3 Advantages of E-Vehicles; 1.4 Problem Description; 1.4.1 Conclusion of Contract with the Charging Station Operator; 1.4.2 No Free Choice of Energy Supplier; 1.4.3 Excessive Pricing; 1.4.4 Lack of Charging Infrastructure
1.4.5 Approach to a SolutionReferences; 2 Network Access Pursuant to 20 EnWG; 2.1 The Benefits for the End Consumer; 2.2 Network Access Pursuant to 20 EnWG; 2.2.1 A Brief History; 2.2.2 The Basic Structure of Energy Supply in the EnWG; 2.3 The Public Charging Station in the System of the EnWG; 2.3.1 Publicly Accessible Charging Station; 2.3.2 Rightful Claimant; 2.3.3 Obligated Party; Direct Line; Closed Distribution System; Customer Facility; Facility Sui Generis; Energy Supply System; Discussion: The Legislative Purpose
Supply of Electricity for the General PublicConsumer Protection; Effective and Genuine Competition; Discussion: Interpretation in Conformity with European Law; Applicability of Directive 2009/72/EC; Applicability of Directive 2009/28/EC; Applicability of Directive 2012/27/EU; Applicability of Directive 2014/94/EU; Interim Result; 2.3.4 Balancing Group; 2.3.5 No Grounds for Refusal; 2.3.6 Result; 2.3.7 Excursus: The Tesla Supercharger Network; References; 3 Charging Stations as "Essential Facilities"; 3.1 The Benefit for the Consumer
3.2 Network Access Pursuant to Art. 102 TFEU3.2.1 Dominant Position; Product Market; Geographic Market; Dominant Position; Collective Entity; Market Transparency; Coordination Discipline; Robustness Against the Competition; 3.2.2 Abusive Conduct; New Product; No Otherwise Access; No Duplicability; Refusal Without Justification; 3.3 Capability of Affecting Trade Between Member States; 3.4 Result; References; 4 Price Abuse Due to Market Dominance; 4.1 Benefit for the Consumer; 4.2 Price Abuse Pursuant to Art. 102 TFEU; 4.2.1 Relevant Market
4.2.2 Dominant Position4.2.3 Abuse of the Dominant Market Position; Abusive Pricing; Comparable Market Concept; Price-Cost-Analysis; Substantial Markup; Objective Justification; Interim Result; Price Discrimination Pursuant to Art. 102 TFEU; Exclusionary Conduct Against Charging Station Operators; Exclusionary Conduct Against Roaming Partners; References; 5 Insufficient Expansion of Charging Stations; 5.1 Benefit for the Final Consumer; 5.2 Relevant Market; 5.3 Market Failure; 5.3.1 Current Expansion of the Charging Station Network
Other author SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Electronic commerce -- Germany.
Competition -- Germany.
Antitrust law -- Germany.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783319448848 (electronic bk.)
3319448846 (electronic bk.)