TILT seminar Kaisa Huhta
"The roles of the State and the markets in EU energy law: A focus on security of supply"
This lecture will explore how EU energy law allocates power and responsibility between the State and the markets in the energy sector through the lens of security of electricity supply. The lecture will discuss the contemporary security concerns that arise in the context of the clean energy transition and the legal approaches with which EU policy and law address these issues. It will focus on the most recent legislative instruments adopted in the Clean Energy Package (CEP) in an effort to explain how these rules govern the energy sector and divide roles and responsibilities between the States and the markets.
The lecture is based on research to be published in the 2/2020 issues of the Journal of World Energy Law & Business.
Dr. Kaisa Huhta works at the UEF Law School as a senior lecturer in EU law (www.uef.fi/oikeustieteet) and at the Centre for Climate Change, Energy and Environmental Law (www.uef.fi/cceel). Her research focuses on EU energy law and, in particular, the evolving EU legal setting for electricity. She has published extensively on issues relating to security of supply in the energy transition, the role of the consumers in the electricity markets and the application of general EU law to the energy markets. Dr. Huhta also actively carries out consultancy work in the field of EU energy law. In addition to her research and consultancy work, Dr. Huhta frequently speaks at international conferences, seminars and training events. A complete list of publications and other academic activities is available at www.linkedin.com/in/kaisa-huhta-b7b11848/.