CASE COMMENTS: REGULATION - ENERGY - ELECTRICITY - REGULATED TARIFFS

Energy - Electricity regulated tariffs: The French Parliament votes back regulated tariffs for consumers households in a law in favour of social cohesion (Law 5 March 2007)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Article 24 of Act No. 2007-290 of 5 March 2007 establishing the enforceable right to housing and various measures in favour of social cohesion, JORF No. 55 of 6 March 2007 p. 4190 Many thought that the Constitutional Council's decision No. 2006-543 DC of 30 November 2006 concerning the law on the energy sector (cf. ConcurrencesNo. 1-2007) had put the regulated tariffs on hold. One of the conclusions of this decision was that consumer sites (industrial sites or residential accommodation) created after 1 July 2007 could no longer benefit from such tariffs. The Parliament considered that such a situation was unsatisfactory for electricity consumers. Thus,

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Jean-Paul Tran Thiet, Vincent Jaunet, Energy - Electricity regulated tariffs: The French Parliament votes back regulated tariffs for consumers households in a law in favour of social cohesion (Law 5 March 2007), 5 March 2007, Concurrences N° 2-2007, Art. N° 13500, pp. 160-161

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