The German Competition Authority clears a merger in the gas and electricity market with remedies, including access to gas network pipelines (EnBW / Stadt Schramberg)

The operation On 5 February 2001, EnBW, the town of Schramberg, Stadtwerke Schramberg GmbH & Co. KG and EVS Energieversorgung Schramberg GmbH & Co. KG notified the FCO of their intent to form a joint venture. Energie Baden-Württemberg Regional AG (EnBW Reg) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Energie Baden-Württemberg AG (EnBW). Via affiliates EnBW is active on all stages of gas and electricity supply. In the year 2000 its turnover in Europe was €11.0 billion of which €10.3 billion was in Germany. The town of Schramberg wholly owns the public utility company Stadtwerke Schramberg GmbH & Co KG (Stadtwerke Schramberg). In the year 2000 it generated a turnover of €24 million. The joint venture is called Stadtwerke Schramberg GmbH & Co KG. It consists of the energy and water

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Wolfgang Nothhelfer, The German Competition Authority clears a merger in the gas and electricity market with remedies, including access to gas network pipelines (EnBW / Stadt Schramberg), 28 May 2001, e-Competitions May 2001, Art. N° 24338

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