CASE COMMENTS: REGULATIONS – ENEGRY – REGULATED TARIFFS – FRENCH ADMINISTRATIVE SUPREME COURT – PARTIAL INCOMPATIBILITY

Regulated tariffs: The French Administrative Supreme Court partially cancels electricity regulated tariffs decision (ENGIE et ANODE)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. In a long-awaited decision in the field of regulated sales tariffs (hereinafter TRV) in the French energy sector, the Conseil d'État ruled on the decision to set regulated electricity tariffs on 18 May 2018 (CE, 18 May 2018, ENGIE and ANODE, req. 413688, 414656). This decision comes about ten months after the decision of the General Meeting of 19 July 2017, which concluded that regulated gas tariffs were incompatible with European Union law (CE Ass., 19 July 2017, ANODE, No. 370321 ; see F. Martucci, ConcurrencesNo. 4-2017, pp. 169 et seq.). The French administrative judge had, at the time, ruled after having referred a question to the Court of Justice of

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Hubert Delzangles, Sébastien Martin, Regulated tariffs: The French Administrative Supreme Court partially cancels electricity regulated tariffs decision (ENGIE et ANODE) , 18 May 2018, Concurrences N° 3-2018, Art. N° 87794, pp. 173-176

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