Electricity transfer : The French Administrative Supreme Court confirms that the French Energy Regulatory Commission cannot call into question the volumes of ARENH notified and having given rise to firm purchase commitments as well as the annual nature of electricity transfers under the ARENH (Oui Energy)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Created by law n°2010-1488 of December 7, 2010, the mechanism of regulated access to historical nuclear electricity, known as "ARENH", aims to allow so-called "alternative" suppliers (as opposed to the historical supplier EDF) to obtain electricity fromEDF, "under economic conditions equivalent to those resulting for Electricité de France from the use of its nuclear power plants" (article L. 336-1 of the Energy Code). The framework of the dispute Noting that the opening of the electricity market to competition had not achieved its objectives, in particular due to the absence of a competitive source of electricity supply for alternative suppliers, the

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Francis Donnat, Pauline Abbouche, Electricity transfer : The French Administrative Supreme Court confirms that the French Energy Regulatory Commission cannot call into question the volumes of ARENH notified and having given rise to firm purchase commitments as well as the annual nature of electricity transfers under the ARENH (Oui Energy) , 9 June 2022, Concurrences N° 3-2022, Art. N° 108350, pp. 175-176

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