CASE COMMENT: REGULATORY - ELECTRICITY - PUBLIC SERVICES CHARGES

Electricity: The legislator adopts a new regime for the public service costs accounting (Law 30 December 2004)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. EC, 10 November 2004, Union of Energy-Using Industries, No 252957 Amending Finance Law 2004-1485 of 30 December 2004 (legal personality of the CRE) In practice, a very significant part of the public service charges is the cost resulting from the obligation to purchase electricity produced from renewable energy sources such as wind farms or, above all, cogeneration in industrial plants. In 2004, this cost amounted to more than EUR 1 billion for EDF, i.e. two thirds of all public service charges. Article 5 of the Law of 10 February 2000 establishes the principle of full compensation for these costs and was specifically aimed, in its original wording, at

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Martine Lombard, Electricity: The legislator adopts a new regime for the public service costs accounting (Law 30 December 2004), 10 November 2004, Concurrences N° 1-2005, Art. N° 1442, pp. 119-120

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