The Bulgarian Competition Authority sanctions an electricity distributor for refusal to supply despite the existing commitments decision in a similar case (E.ON Bulgaria Sales)

On 22 March 2011 the Bulgarian Competition Authority (CPC) [1] prosecuted the dominant electricity distributor E.ON Bulgaria Sales [2] for the refusal to supply due to the existing debts accumulated by the previous owner of the facility supplied with electric energy. The CPC‘s investigation into the existence of unilateral practices on the relevant market was prompted by the complaint lodged by Gotar Investment OOD(Gotar), a company, which took over the property with the existing debts for the consumed electricity. In 2008 Gotar acquired from the previous owner, European Glass EOOD, a land plot in the city of Novi Pazar, with a production facility, which was connected to the distribution infrastructure of E.ON Bulgaria Sales. European Glass in its turn acquired the specified property

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Alexandr Svetlicinii, The Bulgarian Competition Authority sanctions an electricity distributor for refusal to supply despite the existing commitments decision in a similar case (E.ON Bulgaria Sales), 22 March 2011, e-Competitions March 2011, Art. N° 37380

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