Dr. Kaisa Huhta is a Senior Researcher and an Academy of Finland Postdoctoral Fellow at the UEF Law School and at the Centre for Climate Change, Energy and Environmental Law, where her research focuses on EU energy law. She has published more than 40 peer-reviewed journal articles, books and book chapters on topics such as State aid law and free movement law in the energy sector, competence and institutional issues in EU energy law, the regulation of new energy technologies as well as energy investment, security and consumers in EU energy law. Her work has appeared in top level international journals such as the European Law Review and the International & Comparative Law Quarterly. She has been a visiting researcher at the University of Oxford, the European University Institute (EUI), the University of Tilburg and the University of Iceland. Dr. Huhta is the Principal Investigator in the EUJUST project (2021-2024), funded by the Academy of Finland, which studies EU Law as an Instrument for Energy Justice. Dr. Huhta also actively carries out consultancy work in the field of EU and energy law. In addition to her research and consultancy work, Dr. Huhta frequently speaks at international conferences, seminars and training events.
OGEL 3 (2019) Special Issue on The Energy Union in the Next Decade