Europeanisation of Georgian Energy Law: A Myth or Reality?

The European Union (EU) has reached a certain degree of influence in exporting internal energy rules beyond the Member States. This growing prominence of the EU energy policy has considerably affected EU relations with its neighbours. In pursuit of its external energy agenda with partner countries the EU primarily uses conditionality to create a network of legal, political and administrative obligations. Georgia, as a Contracting Party to the Energy Community Treaty, is one such partner country influenced by the potential impact of EU energy legislation on its municipal law. Continue reading “Europeanisation of Georgian Energy Law: A Myth or Reality?”