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Energy: The French Supreme Administrative Court maintains the current tariff parameters of the "single contracts" for the supply of electricity concluded between small consumers and their energy supplier (Total Direct Energie)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. In a decision dated 31 December 2020, the Council of State ruled on single contracts for the supply of electricity. The issue had already arisen before the Paris Court of Appeal, the Court of Cassation and the Litigation Division of the Council of State, while the Court of Justice had received a reference for a preliminary ruling from the Court of Cassation (CJEU, 19 December 2019, GRDF SA v Eni Gas & Power France SA and Others, Case C-236/18, EU:C:2019:1120). Under Articles L. 224-8 C. cons., L. 332-3 and L. 442-3 of the Energy Code, energy suppliers must obligatorily offer such contracts to small consumers in order to enable them to benefit from a

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Thomas Triquet Le Boeuf, Energy: The French Supreme Administrative Court maintains the current tariff parameters of the "single contracts" for the supply of electricity concluded between small consumers and their energy supplier (Total Direct Energie), 31 December 2020, Concurrences N° 2-2021, Art. N° 100642, pp. 178-179

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