CASE COMMENTS: REGULATIONS – FRANCE – NUCLEAR ELECTRICITY – REGULATED ACCESS – REGULATED TARIFFS

Energy: The French Competition Authority issues a first unfavourable opinion regarding the project to reform the regulated access system for historical nuclear electricity and a second unfavourable opinion regarding the project regarding the evolution of regulated electricity tariffs integrating the new regulated access to nuclear energy (RAHNE; Regulated electricity tariffs)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article in French, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The Competition Authority (the "Authority") issued two opinions concerning the regulation of the electricity market. In its opinion of 21 January 2019, the Authority was consulted by the Government on a draft decree amending the ENHRA. In its opinion of 25 March 2019, the Authority took up ex officio the proposal of the Minister for the Economy to amend by order the regulated tariffs for the sale of electricity (TRVE) incorporating the new ENHRA. The two issues are interlinked, as the new system of access to the ARENH has a direct impact on the determination of the RVERs. The new access system to the ARENH (Opinion n° 19-A-01) The objectives of

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Orion Berg, Alexandre Martin, Energy: The French Competition Authority issues a first unfavourable opinion regarding the project to reform the regulated access system for historical nuclear electricity and a second unfavourable opinion regarding the project regarding the evolution of regulated electricity tariffs integrating the new regulated access to nuclear energy (RAHNE; Regulated electricity tariffs), 25 March 2019, Concurrences N° 3-2019, Art. N° 91620, pp. 172-175

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