September 2005
Utility Week;9/9/2005, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p13
Trade Publication
Presents new briefs on public utilities in Europe as of September 2005. Intention of Dutch energy regulator DTe to discard the payment of financial guarantees to companies owning electricity grids to improve competition in the local energy market; Potential impact of the construction of more natural gas, wind and hydro power plants on Norway's electricity output; Support given by Slovakia Finance Minister Ivan Miklos to Enel's investment plan for Slovenske Elektrarne.


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