CASE COMMENTS : CONCENTRATION – APPEAL – APPLICATION FOR INTERIM MEASURES – CONCENTRATIONS – EUROPEAN ELECTRICITY MARKET

Appeal: The Court of Justice sets aside the order of the General Court in the same case and, adjudicating on EDF’s application for interim measures, refuses these measures because the appellant has not established that it is likely to sustain serious harm in the absence of the granting of the interim measures sought (EDF)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. It will be remembered that the Court of First Instance refused to grant EDF the suspension of the Commission's measure requiring it to fulfil certain commitments within a specified period. The decision of 12 November 2009, Case COMP/M. 5549 (EDF/Segebel) had ordered as a condition of authorisation the divestiture of a power plant development project (the Nest-Energie project). On 14 May 2012, EDF submitted a request to the Commission for an extension of the deadline until 31 December 2014. On 28 June 2012, the Commission replied in the negative, while granting EDF an additional three and a half months, thus extending the deadline to 15 October 2012. It was

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Dominique Berlin, Appeal: The Court of Justice sets aside the order of the General Court in the same case and, adjudicating on EDF’s application for interim measures, refuses these measures because the appellant has not established that it is likely to sustain serious harm in the absence of the granting of the interim measures sought (EDF), 7 March 2013, Concurrences N° 3-2013, Art. N° 53926, p. 111

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