The Italian Supreme Administrative Court confirms the annulment of the "virtual power plants" regulator’s decision aimed to address the problem of lack of competition in the electricity sector (AEEG/ENEL)

In implementing Directive 2003/54 [1], Italian Law 481/1995 gave AEEG (the independent regulatory authority) the task of regulating and monitoring the gas and energy markets. For this purpose, AEEG can, inter alia, fix maximum tariffs to be applied to the regulated services; define guidelines for the production and supply of services and standards concerning their quality; ensure the unbundling and transparency of accounts of electricity undertakings; inform the National Competition Authority (NCA) of any

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Paolisa Nebbia, The Italian Supreme Administrative Court confirms the annulment of the "virtual power plants" regulator’s decision aimed to address the problem of lack of competition in the electricity sector (AEEG/ENEL), 6 February 2006, e-Competitions February 2006, Art. N° 13757

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