The Free Movement of Electricity within the EEA
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- Faculty of Law 
The topic of this thesis is the security of energy supply as a ground for restricting electricity exports within the EEA. The analysis discusses the legal situation after the EEA Agreement and the EU. It seeks to identify if there is a different threshold for the EFTA States and the EU Member States’ flexibility to limit electricity exports. To do so, my thesis discusses how electricity is related to the internal market, what the legal situation currently is within the EFTA pillar (following the Third Energy Package) and the legal situation within the EU pillar (following the Clean Energy Package). My perception is that the threshold for implementing measures restricting electricity exports to secure energy supply is higher within the EU pillar compared with the EFTA pillar.
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