*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The Commission, chaired by Paul Champsaur and composed of experts and members of parliament, was set up last November to make recommendations on the development and adaptation of the electricity tariff regime. The report submitted to the government on 24 April finally led to two essential recommendations: the end of the regulation of sales tariffs to industrial consumers, and the introduction, for the benefit of distributors, of a regulated right of access to production from nuclear capacities. While the proposed mechanism thus strives to maintain a delicate balance between the competitiveness of the electricity market and its social acceptability, it is
CASE COMMENT: REGULATED SECTOR - ENERGY - REGULATED TARIFFS
Energy - Regulated tarifs: The Government receives a report issuing recommandations on electricity regulated tarifs (Champsaur Commission)
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