The University of Groningen has thorough knowledge of energy law and regulatory issues at the European level and at both national levels and studies the legal framework of cross-border energy supply.
The legal research for SEREH is conducted by the Groningen Centre of Energy Law (GCEL) at the jurisprudence faculty of the University of Groningen. The Groningen Centre of Energy Law coordinates all the legal research related to (components of) the energy sector. This research encompasses the entire energy chain. It includes the laws and regulations related to the production, transport and delivery of energy, the promotion of sustainable energy sources, safeguarding of the supply security and the protection of both the climate and the consumer.
In addition to research, the Groningen Centre of Energy Law also offers education at several levels. The educational program includes both a master’s program and post-academic education focused on the Dutch and international level. For more information about research and education, visit the University of Groningen website.