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8/ The current succession system places an incredible burden on young Prince Hisahito and his hypothetical future wife. If he doesn't produce male children and no change is made to the existing laws, the Imperial Family could end with his generation.
https://www.straitstimes.com/asia/east-asia/japan-lawmakers-begin-talks-on-dwindling-imperial-line

Moc zainstalowana #OZE w Krajowym Systemie Elektroenergetycznym:
🔵 farmy wiatrowe - 10 240 MW (stan na 1.05.2024)
🟡 #PV - 18 357 MW (stan na 31.03.2024).

Wg danych przekazanych do PSE.
Polecamy podcast o pracy systemu przy wysokiej generacji OZE: https://open.spotify.com/episode/6h7KYe3JzzBwensP7FloAW?si=ffa0eee74af841f6

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Doctor of law (PhD) with habilitation (Doctor of Science, DSc) in legal science. Specially Appointed Associate Professor at the Faculty of Policy Management of Keio University, also affiliated with the Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Warsaw. Expert in the field of energy law, climate policy, energy sector and just energy transformation.

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Publications

Routledge Handbook of Energy Communities and Smart Cities (2024)

Routledge Handbook of Energy Communities and Smart Cities (2024)

Edited by Maciej M. Sokołowski, Anna Visvizi

This Handbook examines the regulatory, social, financial, and technological issues pertaining to energy communities in smart cities. Evidencing the emergence of new imperatives at the intersection of sustainability, resilience, innovation, and legal issues, energy communities embody the thrust of the user-centred digital transformation our societies are subjected to today. By bridging the energy communities debate with smart cities research, this Handbook positions itself at the heart of the conversation on energy sustainability, climate action, and “just transition”.

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Energy Transition of the Electricity Sectors in the European Union and Japan (2022)

Energy Transition of the Electricity Sectors in the European Union and Japan (2022)

Maciej M. Sokołowski

Explores the two leading economies aiming to reach carbon neutrality by 2050. Examines the energy transition from a regulatory standpoint in an all-encompassing way. Comprehensively addresses the EU and Japan’s climate-energy challenges thus filling the market gap

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European Law on Combined Heat and Power (2020)

European Law on Combined Heat and Power (2020)

Maciej M. Sokołowski

European Law on Combined Heat and Power carries out an assessment of the European legal and policy measures on CHP, evaluating how it has changed over the years through progress and decline in specific member states. Over the course of the book, Sokołowski explores all aspects of CHP, examining the types of measures used to steer the growth of cogeneration in the EU and the policies and regulatory tools that have influenced its development. He also assesses the specific role of CHP in the liberalisation of the internal energy market and EU action on climate and sustainability. Finally, by delivering his notions of “cogenatives”, “cogenmunities”, or “Micro-Collective-Flexible-Smart-High-Efficiency cogeneration”, Sokołowski considers how the new EU energy package – “Clean energy for all Europeans” – will shape future developments.

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Regulation in the European Electricity Sector (2016)

Regulation in the European Electricity Sector (2016)

Maciej M. Sokołowski

Regulation in the European Electricity Sector delves into European energy law and reflects on some of the primary issues related to the public legal impact on the European energy sector. The book offers a brief explanation of the background operation of the electricity sector, as well as liberalisation within the area, and traces the evolution of the EU’s approach towards the issue of public law regulation within the electricity sector. Finally, the book presents an analysis of European and national laws, considering their interpretation, and explores the future of public law regulation.

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