Consultation on EU cross-border transmission infrastructure

ERGEG review (31 pages, Microsoft Word) of the current regulatory arrangements for new cross-border electricity transmission infrastructure within the European Union. The paper appears to suggest that regulators should be given a Community law duty to take account of interests of "European or regional customers", and that this would enable them to work together to provide a full cross-border "regulatory contract" for interconnectors. Comments by Friday 1 December 2006.

For further information or advice please contact Franck Latrémolière.

Filed under CER, Electricity, ERGEG, Ofgem, Ofreg.

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