The EU Commission raises no objections to German feed-in laws for electricity from renewable energy sources and combined heat and power

"Commission raises no objections to German feed-in laws for electricity from renewable energy sources and combined heat and power"* On 22 May 2002 the Commission decided that the German laws on the promotion of electricity from renewable energy sources and from combined heat and power (CHP) do not constitute State aid in the meaning of Article 87 of the EC Treaty. Description of the measures In order to promote sustainable energy supply, Germany introduced two laws to

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Brigitta Renner-Loquenz, Volker Zuleger, The EU Commission raises no objections to German feed-in laws for electricity from renewable energy sources and combined heat and power, 22 May 2002, e-Competitions Bulletin Environment and competition policy, Art. N° 36935

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