Fidal (Paris)

Guillaume Dezobry

Fidal (Paris)
Lecturer / Lawyer (Associate)

Guillaume Dezobry is a senior lecturer at the University of Amiens and a lawyer at Fidal (Paris). His research and his pactise are mainly dedicated to competition law and economic public law. He published his Phd on the essential facilities doctrine and several articles on the liberalization of network industries. He has a specific expertise in energy law.

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Laure Rosenblieh, Marie Lamoureux, Benoit Blottin, Francesco Martucci, Raphaël Vuitton, Christine Le Bihan-Graf, Alexandre Eberhardt-Le Prévost, Guillaume Dezobry, Frédéric Marty Competitive issues in the energy sector


This On-topic proposes to bring together the views of academics and practitioners on competition issues in the energy sector. Among the many questions raised by this vast subject, the authors have chosen to focus on themes that invite the reader to understand the extent to which the fourth (...)

Guillaume Dezobry Energy: The Commission for Energy Regulation and the UK National Regulator (OFGEM) decide to close the public consultation on the Aquind project exemption (Aquind)


In a press release dated 27 January 2021, the French and UK regulators announced that they were closing the public consultation launched in the context of the exemption request for the Aquind interconnector project. The press release states that, following the UK’s exit from the European Union, (...)

Guillaume Dezobry Electricity: The French Energy Regulatory Commission emphasizes the negative effects of exceeding the cap on regulated access to historical nuclear electricity and recommends that this cap be raised or removed without delay


In accordance with the provisions of Article R. 336-39 of the Energy Code, when the overall level of requests sent by alternative suppliers to the regulator under the system of regulated access to historical nuclear electricity (ARENH) exceeds the ceiling, the Energy Regulation Commission (CRE) (...)

Guillaume Dezobry Energy: The General Court of the European Union annuls the decision of the Board of Appeal of the European Union Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators rejecting the request for exemption of a company which wants to develop an electrical interconnector connecting the electricity transmission systems in the United Kingdom and France (Aquind / ACER)


While the development of cross-border interconnections is a key element in the completion of the internal energy market, the legal and regulatory framework applicable to this type of infrastructure remains complex and hampers their completion. The judgment of the Court of First Instance of the (...)

Guillaume Dezobry Energy: The Advocate General Hogan delivers its opinion and suggests to the Court of Justice of the European Union to dismiss the appeal (Austria / Commission)


“La présente affaire peut être décrite comme la partie juridique d’un litige entre les États membres favorables à l’énergie nucléaire et ceux qui y sont opposés.” Cette première phrase des conclusions présentées le 7 mai 2020 par l’avocat général Hogan résume parfaitement la tension qui se cristallise autour (...)

Guillaume Dezobry Electricity: The Court of Justice of the European Union specifies the legal nature of interconnector and applicable rules to congestion rents (Baltic Cable / Energimarknadsinspektionen)


A subsidiary of the Norwegian energy company Statkraft, the Swedish company Baltic Cable has operated since 1994 a cross-border interconnector linking the German and Swedish electricity transmission networks. The operation of this 600 MW DC submarine facility is the sole activity of Baltic (...)

Guillaume Dezobry Energy: The French Government consults on future nuclear regulation and proposes the creation of a service of general economic interest (New economic regulation of nuclear)


Opened by the President of the Republic on 27 November 2018, during his statement on The Strategy and Method for Ecological Transition, the debate on the future regulation of nuclear power is entering a new phase with the consultation launched by the Government on 16 January. Stakeholders had (...)

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