Causal link: The Lyon Administrative Court of Appeal finds that there is no causal link between the damage suffered by a company and the illegality of the aid and that there was no loss of opportunity (SARL...)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. On July 13, 2022, the Lyon Administrative Court of Appeal dismissed an appeal against a decision by the Clermont-Ferrand Administrative Court to order the State to pay 588,265 euros in compensation for damages resulting from the lack of prior notification to the European Commission of tariff decrees for the purchase of electricity produced from photovoltaic plants. In this case, a limited liability company (SARL) was formed in November 2009 to carry out a project to install photovoltaic panels on the buildings of its manager's farm. The company Tenesol was mandated by the LLC to carry out the project. As such, it submitted the application for connection to

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Francesco Martucci, Causal link: The Lyon Administrative Court of Appeal finds that there is no causal link between the damage suffered by a company and the illegality of the aid and that there was no loss of opportunity (SARL...), 13 July 2022, Concurrences N° 4-2022, Art. N° 109593, pp. 123-124

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