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A comprehensive analysis of integration of EU energy markets and aspects affecting the process of integration between 2000 and 2019
Mocák, Filip ; Holubcová, Jitka (advisor) ; Mazač, Jan (referee)
This Master's thesis analysed integration process of national energy markets through non- legislative and legislative EU documents. The aim was to study integration of national energy markets and aspects that had influence on the integration process through interpretative content analysis. Additionally, the definition of internal energy market was augmented. The internal energy market requires not only competitiveness, market-based approach, customer orientation and flexibility, but it is also necessary to ensure security of supplies, diversification of suppliers, sustainability, and transparency. Four aspects were analysed. It was partially proven, that several initiatives and proposals made by the European Commission were implemented by the member states in binding EU legislation (energy packages) in the period from 2000 to 2019. The initiatives presented by the European Commission were far more ambitious. However, as it was pointed out several times in Commission's publications that progress was rather slow in transposition of EU legislation into national laws by the member states which significantly prolonged integration process. Main problems were deregulation of gas prices for end users, ownership unbundling and independence of national regulatory authorities. Next, geopolitics within the EU...
"New" Energy policy of European Union
Bartoň, Lukáš ; Němcová, Ingeborg (advisor) ; Bič, Josef (referee)
This master thesis is focused on energy policy of European Union that with arrival of new president of European Commission Jean-Clause Juncker in fall 2014 gains new dynamics. Its objective is critically evaluate ability of new energy policy in shape of Energy Union overcome difficulties that previous energy policy struggled with during realization of internal energy market.
EU Energy Policy and Its Contribution to Energy Networks Stability
Doležal, Milan ; Bič, Josef (advisor) ; Machytka, Daniel (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with EU energy policy and its potential to ensure a stability and security of energy networks. Key content of this thesis is a position analysis of EU's energy resources -- oil, natural gas and electricity in connection with EU's energy mix. These figures are compared with existing and proposed European energy infrastructure and with activities of EU in Trans-European energy networks, internal energy market and external dimension of energy policy. On the basis of the collected information there are evaluated particular potentials and tools of EU which can ensure the stability and security of energy networks.

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