CASE COMMENT: REGULATORY - ELECTRICITY - UNBUNDLING OF EDF ’ S ACCOUNTS FOR ELIGIBLE AND NON-ELIGILBE CLIENTS

Electricity: The regulator approves accounting separation principles proposed by EDF, but imposes to determine internal transfer price of energy on the basis of EDF’s production costs (EDF)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. CRE, Deliberation of June 14, 2006 on the principles, applicable to Electricité de France, of keeping separate accounts for supply activities to eligible customers and supply activities to non-eligible customers Cons. conc. opinion no. 05-A-19 of October 20, 2005 on the principles to be followed for the establishment by EDF of separate accounting for eligible and non-eligible customers It is already known that EDF, as an integrated operator, has to keep separate accounts for its transmission and distribution activities and separate accounts for its activities outside the electricity sector. Article 19, § 3 of the Directive of 26 June 2006, reproduced in

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Jean-Paul Tran Thiet, Electricity: The regulator approves accounting separation principles proposed by EDF, but imposes to determine internal transfer price of energy on the basis of EDF’s production costs (EDF), 14 June 2006, Concurrences N° 3-2006, Art. N° 1609, pp. 152-153

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