*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. – CRE, Annual report on compliance with codes of conduct and independence of electricity and natural gas system operators, November 2005 Among the mechanisms more familiar to practitioners of Anglo-Saxon law than to those accustomed to French public law, the 2003 directives and the French law that translated them included the establishment of codes of conduct by network operators to guarantee their independence in their day-to-day practice. The regulator must make public its annual assessment of the implementation of these codes and, at the same time, give its opinion on the independence of network operators. CRE published its first report in November
CASE COMMENTS: REGULATORY - ELECTRICITY AND GAS REGULATION - NETWORK OPERATORS
Electricity - Gas - Independence of grid managers: The Regulatory Commission for Energy issues its first annual report on independence of grid managers and implementation of independence compliance rules (CRE, 2005 Report)
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