The EU Court of Justice dismisses an appeal by the beneficiary of an aid concluding that the preferential electricity tariff constituted incompatible State aid (Mytilinaios)

A PREFERENTIAL ELECTRICITY TARIFF SELECTIVE, CONFERS AND ADVANTAGE AND DISTORTS COMPETITION* Introduction On 11 December 2019, in case Cā€‘332/18 P, Mytilinaios Anonymos Etairia ā€” Omilos Epicheiriseon v European Commission, the Court of Justice probably wrote the last chapter in a long-running case concerning privileges that had been granted back in 1960. Mytilinaios Anonymos Etairia ā€” Omilos Epicheiriseon [hereinafter, Mytilinaios] appealed against the judgment of the General Court in case T-542/11 RENV, Alouminion v European Commission. In that case the General Court in March 2018 dismissed the appeal against Commission decision 2012/339 with respect to State aid that Greece had granted to Alouminion. That judgment was reviewed on the StateAidHub on 4 April 2018 [view

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Phedon Nicolaides, The EU Court of Justice dismisses an appeal by the beneficiary of an aid concluding that the preferential electricity tariff constituted incompatible State aid (Mytilinaios), 11 December 2019, e-Competitions Interim measures, Art. N° 92734

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