Local difficulty

Parker, Fiona; McMichael, Sebastian
June 2008
Utility Week;6/6/2008, Vol. 29 Issue 7, p10
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the judgement of the European Court of Justice on Citiworks which may pose problems for British policy on distributed energy. The Court has followed the approach suggested by the Advocate General. This confirms that the Internal Market in Electricity Directive's provision for third party access to distribution networks should be applied to all such networks. Distributed energy has been recognised as an important component in the efforts to reduce the energy sector's greenhouse gas emissions.


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