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Gaziteri, Olga
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2015-06-18T13:43:24Z
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2015-09-27T05:56:20Z
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2015-06-18
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https://repository.ihu.edu.gr//xmlui/handle/11544/438
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The Energy Consumer Protection under the European Energy Law
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masterThesis
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Energy policy--European Economic Community countries
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Consumer protection--Law and legislation--European Union countries
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Dissertations, Academic
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en
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free
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0
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School of Science and Technology, MSc in Energy Systems
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2012
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Gaziteri, Olga, 2012, The energy consumer protection under the european energy law ,Master's Dissertation, International Hellenic University
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Acknowledgements…………..p. 4 Preface ……………………… p. 5 Literature Review…………….p. 6-23 CHAPTER 1 THE LIBERALIZATION OF ENERGY MARKETS IN EUROPE 1.1 ‘’Travelling’’ from the Monopoly to the Liberalization of Energy Markets p. 24-29 1.2 The Previous Law for the Liberalization of Energy Markets p. 29-32 CHAPTER 2 THE EUROPEAN RULES FOR THE CONSUMERS PROTECTION 2.1 A General View of the Consumers Protection p. 33-38 2.2 The Previous Law about the protection of the European Consumers p. 38-40 2.3 Greek Legislative Rules about Energy and Consumers Protection. The Greek Previous Law p. 40-42 2.4 The existence and the operation of Organizations and Entities for the Protection of Energy Consumers p.42-44 CHAPTER 3 THE ENERGY CONSUMERS’ PROTECTION THROUGHOUT EUROPEAN DIRECTIVES 3.1 First Generation Directives on Electricity and Gas p. 45-46 3.2 Second Generation Directives on Electricity and Gas p. 46-51 3.3 Third Generation Directives on Electricity and Gas p. 51-58 3.4 The Lisbon Treaty: a big step in the Energy Policy p. 58-59 CHAPTER 4 THE LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK OF THE ENERGY CONSUMERS’ PROTECTION IN GREECE 4.1 The Greek Law 2773/1999 and 3426/2005 for the liberalization of Electricity Market in Greece p. 60-61 4.2 The Greek Law 4001/2011 for the transposition of European Directives 2009/72, 2009/73/EC and the consumers’ protection p. 61-69 4.3 ‘The compatibility of the specific charge to Greek consumers to electrified surface, to the European legislative framework of deregulated energy market’’ p. 69-70 3 CHAPTER 5 THE LEGAL PROTECTION AFFORDED TO THE ENERGY CONSUMERS’ 5.1 Legal protection afforded to the Energy Consumers through European Directives p.71- 73 5.2 Legal protection afforded to the Energy Consumers through Greek legislation p.74-76 5.3 The Legal Framework of the Energy Consumers' Protection in Germany, United Kingdom, Italy, Spain and France p. 77-86 EPILOGUE –CONCLUSIONS…………..p. 87-90 BIBLIOGRAPHY…………………………p. 91-95
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Panagos, Prof. Th.
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Prof.Kaissis
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Dr.Panagos
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Dr.Christonakis
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School of Science &Technology, Master of Science (MSc) in Energy Systems
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ihu
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95
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