CASE COMMENT: REGULATORY - CRE - COMPOSITION AND POWERS

Energy: The Parliament increases the number of Commissioners but reduces their powers especially in dispute settlements

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Law n° 2006-1537 of 7 December 2006 relating to the energy sector, JORF n° 284 of 8 December 2006 p. 18531 The law of December 8, 2006 caused a lot of emotion because of its articles concerning the merger between GDF and Suez, but much less with regard to the evolution of the status of the regulator, which is nonetheless important for the future of the sector. The law redefined CRE's corporate purpose and mission, finally bringing it into line with what had become, over time, the body's concrete activity: ensuring the smooth operation of markets, particularly the conditions of access to networks, and supervising transactions and exchanges at borders (new

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Thierry Tuot, Energy: The Parliament increases the number of Commissioners but reduces their powers especially in dispute settlements, 7 December 2006, Concurrences N° 1-2007, Art. N° 13070, p. 157

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