Catherine Banet

Department of Petroleum and Energy Law, University of Oslo, Faculty of Law

Associate Professor

P.O. box 6706

St. Olavs plass

Oslo, 0130

Norway

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Scholarly Papers (9)

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Prosumer Legislation in Norway: A First Step for Empowering Small Energy Consumers.

European Energy Law Report Volume XII, In Martha Roggenkamp & Catherine Banet (ed.), Intersentia. ISBN 978-1-78068-672-1, Chapter VIII p. 169-189.
Posted: 02 Jan 2019
Catherine Banet
Department of Petroleum and Energy Law, University of Oslo, Faculty of Law

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prosumer, tariffs, electricity, network, Norway

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Techno-Nationalism in the Context of Energy Transition: Regulating Technology Innovation Transfer in Offshore Wind Technologies.

In D. Zillman, L. Godden, L. Paddock, and M. M. Roggenkamp (eds), Innovation in Energy Law and Technology: Dynamic Solutions for Energy Transitions (Oxford University Press, March 2018), Chap. 5, pp.74-99. ISBN: 9780198822080
Posted: 02 Jan 2019
Catherine Banet
Department of Petroleum and Energy Law, University of Oslo, Faculty of Law

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techno-nationalism, techno-globalism, techno-regionalism, clean energy technologies, offshore wind, WTO, UNFCCC, green goods, public procurements, export subsidies, intellectual property rights, technology transfer

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The Paris Agreement to the UNFCCC: Underlying Dynamics and Expected Consequences for the Energy Sector

European Energy Law Report Vol. XI, Martha Roggenkamp & Catherine Banet (eds.), Chapter 4, pp. 71-91. ISBN 978-1-78068-469-7
Posted: 09 Jan 2018
Catherine Banet
Department of Petroleum and Energy Law, University of Oslo, Faculty of Law

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climate change, UNFCCC, Paris Agreement, energy, mitigation, climate finance, technology transfer

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Legal Framework to Develop Offshore Wind Power in Norway

The Development of a Comprehensive Legal Framework for the Promotion of Offshore Wind Power - The Lessons from Europe and Pacific Asia, Anton Ming-Zhi Gao & Chien-Te Fan (eds.) Chapter 5, pp. 103-141, ISBN 978-90-411-8397-2
Posted: 09 Jan 2018
Catherine Banet
Department of Petroleum and Energy Law, University of Oslo, Faculty of Law

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offshore wind, Norway

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Legal Framework to Develop Offshore Wind Power in France

The Development of a Comprehensive Legal Framework for the Promotion of Offshore Wind Power - The Lessons from Europe and Pacific Asia, Anton Ming-Zhi Gao & Chien-Te Fan (eds.) ISBN 978-90-411-8397-2
Posted: 09 Jan 2018
Catherine Banet
Department of Petroleum and Energy Law, University of Oslo, Faculty of Law

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offshore wind, France

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Effectiveness in Climate Regulation: Simultaneous Application of a Carbon Tax and an Emissions Trading Scheme to the Offshore Petroleum Sector in Norway

Carbon & Climate Law Review, Volume 11, Issue 1 (2017), pp. 25-38, University of Oslo Faculty of Law Research Paper
Posted: 07 Jun 2017
Catherine Banet
Department of Petroleum and Energy Law, University of Oslo, Faculty of Law

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climate change, EU ETS, carbon price, taxation, effectiveness

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Bioenergy as Integration of the Sustainable Development Principle in Energy Policy - The Particular Case of EC Biomass Regulation

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL LAW, pp. 443-473, H.C. Bugge and C. Voigt, eds., 2008
Posted: 03 Oct 2010
Catherine Banet
Department of Petroleum and Energy Law, University of Oslo, Faculty of Law

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Bioenergy, Biomass, Renewable Energy, European Union, Sustainable Development, Integration Principle

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The Use of Market-Based Instruments in the Transition from a Carbon-Based Economy

BEYOND THE CARBON ECONOMY, pp. 207-230, D.N. Zillman, C. Redgwell, Y.O. Omorogbe, L.K. Barrera-Hernandez, eds., Oxford Publishing, 2008
Posted: 29 Sep 2010
Catherine Banet
Department of Petroleum and Energy Law, University of Oslo, Faculty of Law

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market-based instruments, green certificates, white certificates, brown certificates, renewable energy, energy efficiency

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Terms and Conditions of Renewable Energy Certificates Trading in the United States

EU ENERGY LAW AND POLICY ISSUES, Section 4.4, pp. 323-360, B. Delvaux, M. Hunt and K. Talus, eds., Second Edition, Euroconfidentiel, 2010
Posted: 29 Sep 2010 Last Revised: 25 Mar 2015
Catherine Banet
Department of Petroleum and Energy Law, University of Oslo, Faculty of Law

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renewable energy certificates, green certificates, renewable energy, trade, tracking