Energy: The French Administrative Supreme Court rejects the application for interim measures by the unions of the incumbent operator against the increase in the ARENH ceiling (Fédération Chimie Energie)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. In order to cope with the sharp increase in electricity prices on the wholesale markets, and to limit the impact on end consumers in France, the Government has decided to increase by 20 TWh the volume of electricity available to alternative suppliers under the regulated access to historical nuclear electricity [hereinafter "ARENH"], thus raising the ceiling from 100 TWh to 120 TWh. Background The implementation of this decision resulted in the adoption of Decree n°2022-342 of March 11, 2022 defining the specific terms and conditions for the allocation of an additional volume of electricity and an order of the same day setting the price of additional

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Guillaume Dezobry, Marjolaine Germain Letaleur, Energy: The French Administrative Supreme Court rejects the application for interim measures by the unions of the incumbent operator against the increase in the ARENH ceiling (Fédération Chimie Energie), 5 May 2022, Concurrences N° 3-2022, Art. N° 108352, pp. 176-178

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