Philippe Chauve

DG COMP (Brussels)
Head of Sector

Mr. Philippe Chauve is head of sector at the European Commisson’s Directorate-General for Competition.

Linked authors

E.CA Economics (Berlin)
Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER) (Ljubljana)
European Court of Justice (Luxembourg)
Council of the European Union (Brussels)
DG COMP (Brussels)
DIRECCTE
DG COMP (Brussels)
Holmes Kirby (Brussels)

Articles

4117 Bulletin

Edouard Leduc, Elzbieta Glowicka, Martin Godfried, Philippe Chauve, Stefan Siebert The EU Commission accepts commitments offered by Swedish incumbent electricity operator in the electricity transmission market (Svenska Kraftnät)

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"Swedish Interconnector case /Improving electricity cross-border trade"* I. Introduction The size of the transmission network is a key determinant of competition in wholesale electricity markets. The larger this network, the more suppliers inject their electricity and hence compete for (...)

Gregor Langus, Kristóf Kovács, Krisztian Kecsmar, Miriam Driessen Reilly, Philippe Chauve, Philippe Redondo The EU Commission conditionally approves a merger between German and Dutch electricity undertakings (RWE / Essent)

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"RWE/Essent: On the Borderline"* I. Introduction On 29 April 2009, the Commission was notified by RWE Aktiengesellschaft (“RWE”) of its intent to acquire sole control of ESSENT N.V. (“Essent”) by way of a private offer. The Commission’s investigation revealed that the proposed transaction would (...)

Gregor Langus, Karoly Nagy, Kristóf Kovács, Martin Godfried, Philippe Chauve, Stefan Siebert The EU Commission approves structural remedies offered by German electricity operator in order to remove suspected infringements of EU Article 102 concerns in the German electricity wholesale and balancing markets (E.ON)

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"The E.ON electricity cases: an antitrust decision with structural remedies"* I. Introduction On 26 November 2008 the Commission adopted a commitment decision addressed to E.ON AG for suspected infringements of EU competition law involving the German electricity markets. For the first time in (...)

Philippe Chauve, Polyvios Panayides The EU Commission finds that Greece has infringed art. 86(1) in conjunction with art. 82 of the EC Treaty by maintaining the preferential access to lignite in favour of the incumbent Greek electricity provider (PPC)

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"The importance of access to fuels for competition in the electricity sector: the case of lignite in Greece"* On 5 March 2008 the Commission adopted a Decision finding that the Hellenic Republic had infringed Article 86(1) in conjunction with Article 82 of the EC Treaty by maintaining the (...)

Philippe Chauve The EU Commission renders legally binding commitments offered by a company active in the fuel distribution in Spain removing concerns of market foreclosure (REPSOL)

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"REPSOL: Opening up the fuel distribution system in Spain"* Introduction On 12 April 2006, the Commission adopted a decision based on Article 9 of Regulation (EC) 1/2003 addressed to the largest petrol supplier in Spain, REPSOL Commercial de Productos Petroliferos (‘REPSOL‘), making commitments (...)

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