The EU Commission imposes binding remedies on a German grid operator to increase electricity trading (TenneT)

Antitrust: Commission imposes binding obligations on TenneT to increase electricity trading capacity between Denmark and Germany* The European Commission has adopted a decision rendering legally binding commitments offered by German grid operator TenneT to significantly increase cross-border flows of electricity between Denmark and Germany. TenneT will ensure that a specific guaranteed capacity is available at all times. Commissioner Margrethe Vestager, in charge of competition policy, said: "Our decision to impose binding obligations on TenneT to increase capacity on the electricity interconnector between Denmark and Germany will allow more electricity producers to access the German wholesale market. This is fully in line with our ambition to make the European energy market more

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European Commission, The EU Commission imposes binding remedies on a German grid operator to increase electricity trading (TenneT), 7 December 2018, e-Competitions December 2018, Art. N° 88683

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