Giuseppe Bellantuono is professor of comparative law at the University of Trento, Italy. He holds a Ph.D. in Comparative Private Law from the University of Trento (1996). Between 2014 and 2015 he served as seconded national expert at the European Commission, DG Energy, Energy Policy Unit. He is regularly invited to teach Comparative Law, EU Law and Energy Law in several European and non-European universities. His research interests are in the fields of energy and climate law, comparative and interdisciplinary methodologies, international contracts, law and technology, law and development, and behavioural legal studies. His most recent publications include Comparative Energy Law and Policy, forthcoming Cambridge University Press, 2019; G. Bellantuono and F. T. de Rezende Lara (eds.), Law, Development and Innovation, Springer, 2015; Renewables, Investments, and State Aids: Exploring the Legal Side of Policentricity, forthcoming in A. De Luca and V. Lubello (eds.), Renewable Energy and European Energy Markets: European and International Legal Perspectives, Wolters Kluwer, 2018; The Misguided Quest for Regulatory Stability in the Renewable Energy Sector, 10 Journal of World Energy Law & Business 274-292 (2017); Brazil and the EU in Transnational Energy Governance, in Revista da Facultade de Direito da Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais 147-193 (2017); Contract Law and Regulation, in P. Monateri (ed.), Comparative Contract Law, Elgar Pub., 2017, 111-142.
OGEL 3 (2019) Special Issue on The Energy Union in the Next Decade