DG COMP (Brussels)

Brice Allibert

DG COMP (Brussels)
Head of Unit

Brice Allibert is the Head of Unit at the European Commission DG COMP. His unit focuses on antitrust regarding IT, Internet and consumer electronics. Brice Allibert holds a degree in engineering and a PhD in mathematics from the Ecole Polytechnique, in Paris. After a first position as a specialist of aircraft electromagnetics in the French Ministry of Defence, Brice joined the European Commission in 2000. He was first a case handler in the unit in charge of the control of state aid for R&D and to the energy sector. Brice joined antitrust in 2007, in the unit responsible for antitrust enforcement in IT, Internet and consumer microelectronics. He worked in particular on the Intel, Google (Shopping, Android and AdSense) and Qualcomm cases. He was appointed deputy to the Head of Unit in 2015, and Head of Unit in 2022.

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Articles

3670 Bulletin

Barbara Bösze, Brice Allibert, Corneliu Hödlmayr, Damian Kaminski, Gabor Bartha, Marieke Scholz The EU Commission fines a US semiconductor chip manufacturer for abuse of a dominant position (Intel)

2005

"Commission finds abuse of dominance in the Intel case"* I. Introduction On 13 May 2009, the European Commission concluded its Intel investigation by way of a formal Decision. The Commission found that Intel had abused its dominant position in x86 Central Processing Units (CPUs) by engaging (...)

Brice Allibert The EU Commission approves support granted by the Irish government to national electricity company in compensation for an obligation to generate electricity out of peat (Electricity Supply Board)

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"Ireland – Commission approves a support granted by the Irish government to the Electricity Supply Board in compensation for an obligation to generate electricity out of peat"* The European Commission decided on 30 October to approve support granted by the Irish government to the Electricity (...)

Brice Allibert The EU Commission adopts a methodology for analyzing State aid linked to stranded costs that includes criteria for whether a stranded costs compensation mechanism that constitutes State aid can be authorized under the EC Treaty

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"A methodology for analysing State aid linked to stranded costs"* 1. The ‘stranded costs’ concept At the time the European electricity market was not liberalised, recovery of all investments by electricity undertakings was achieved through adequate tariff fixation by the States. In these (...)

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