Eric Dyevre

French Energy Commission (CRE)
Commissaire

Eric Dyèvre graduated from the French Naval Academy in 1975. Specialized in artillery and missiles, he experienced active service on different warships in France and overseas. He was an instructor at the Naval Academy of Annapolis (USA) for two years. A high ranking civil servant since 1988, he worked at the ministries of Interior and of Industry until 1997. Then, joining Charbonnages de France, the French national coal company, he was first the chief finance officer and later deputy general manager of the company. In 2003, he became the chief executive officer of the subsidiary SNET, today Eon-France, a power company. He was appointed Commissioner at the Commission de Régulation de l’Energie (CRE) by the chairman of the National Assembly in April 2004.

Auteurs associés

Paris School of Economics
Magenta (Paris)
Magenta (Paris)
Neoen
Purenergy (Paris)
DG COMP (Brussels)

Articles

4010 Revue

Anne de Cadaran, David Spector, Eric Dyevre, Max Belot, Simon Genevaz, Sylvain Justier, Vincent Jaunet La réglementation des tarifs d’électricité : Un débat énergique

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A la suite des travaux de la Commission Champsaur et sur la pression insistante de Bruxelles, l’organisation des marchés électriques français devrait être prochainement substantiellement modifiée. Ce dossier Tendances présente quelques unes des questions économiques et juridiques que soulève, dans un (...)

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