Katrin Burgstaller

Katrin Burgstaller
Energieinstitut an der Johannes Kepler Universität Linz · Energy Law

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Introduction
Katrin Burgstaller studied law at the Johannes Kepler University in Linz. Since April 2020, she has been a research associate in the Energy Law Department of the Energieinstitut an der Johannes Kepler Universität Linz. Her area of activity includes legal aspects concerning electricity market, energy communities and data protection. @www.energieinstitut-linz.at

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Die europäische Energiepolitik sieht die Energieeffizienz als Teil der fünf Dimensionen, welche im Rahmen der Strategie der Energieunion Einzug nahm. Mit der Einführung des Grundsatzes „Energieeffizienz an erster Stelle“ und die hier behandelte Empfehlung der Kommission mit Leitlinien für die Anwendung dieses Grundsatzes in der Praxis, wird eine we...
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Energy communities organise collective and citizen-driven energy actions that will help pave the way for a clean energy transition, while moving citizens to the forefront. The energy market is rapidly transforming and so is the role of the consumer. Yesterday’s passive consumers become central actors in today’s energy markets. Today, as prosumers,...
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The current movement within the energy market caused by the need for climate measures along with emerging new technologies leads to an evolution to a more intelligent, decentralized power network. Energy communities are part of this progress by jointly producing, consuming, storing, and sharing energy to increase the self-consumption of locally gen...
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The Climate Pact and the European Green Deal constitute the main components of the European Union (EU)'s climate change policy. Energy transition, that is, transformation to a zero-carbon global energy system, is one of the main pillars of climate change mitigation policies. This transformation, coupled with the empowerment of individuals within th...
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As the civilian population is no longer just a consumer, but also a producer of renewable energy (so-called prosumer), the electricity consumption data between the members need a tamper-proof and automatic billing system. The blockchain technology can be used for trading electricity in an energy community and aims at making the system smarter. It c...

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eCREW coordinates and supports the roll-out of an innovative scheme of household cooperation in energy management, addressing Community Renewable Energy Webs (CREWs), in which households jointly exploit household-level electricity generation and battery storage capacities and optimise energy efficiency and expenditures. Key purpose of CREWs is to support the transition of passive consumers to active participants in the local energy system through informed decisions and collective actions.