*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. In a decision dated 20 July 2017, the French Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE) decided to maintain the certification of one of the two gas transmission system operators (TSOs) in France. The question of maintaining certification arose following two shareholdings by one of the TSO's shareholders in the capital of energy production companies. CRE decided that these financial transactions were compatible with the rules on the separation of the activities of network operator and production (the so-called "unbundling" rule). Certification and separation models The purpose of the certification of transmission system operators is to ensure compliance with the
CASE COMMENTS : REGULATIONS - GAS TRANSMISSION SYSTEM OPERATOR - ENERGY REGULATORY COMMISSION - MAINTAINING CERTIFICATION
Maintaining certification: The Energy Regulatory Commission maintains the certification of one of the two French gas transmission system operators (TSO), following the shareholdings of one of its shareholder in energy production companies (Energy Regulatory Commission Deliberation no 2017-176)
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