CASE COMMENTS: REGULATION – END – CONTINUITY OF THE GAS AND ELECTRICITY SUPPLY

End of regulated electricity tariffs: The French Minister of Economics, sustainable development and energy issues its report to the French President regarding the Ordinance of 10 February 2016 on a device guaranteeing continuity of supply of gas and electricity

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Background reminder Two types of offers currently coexist on the French electricity and gas retail markets. There are, on the one hand, market offers, proposed by all suppliers at freely set prices, and, on the other hand, regulated sales tariffs (TRV) proposed by the incumbent suppliers and set by the ministers in charge of the Economy and Energy, on the advice of the Energy Regulation Commission (CRE) (Articles L. 337-4 and L. 445-2 of the Energy Code). As part of the European Union's objective of creating a fully liberalised single energy market, France has gradually liberalised the electricity and gas market. One of the steps in this liberalisation is

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Emmanuel Guillaume, Mélodie Lenglart, End of regulated electricity tariffs: The French Minister of Economics, sustainable development and energy issues its report to the French President regarding the Ordinance of 10 February 2016 on a device guaranteeing continuity of supply of gas and electricity, 10 February 2016, Concurrences Nº 3-2016, Art. N° 80869, pp. 152-154

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