CEZ plan conflicts with energy liberalization in EU, Pilip says
- Europe links 17 power markets as Spain, Portugal join. // Energy Today (Hungary);5/14/2014, p5
The article focuses on the plan of the European Union to integrate electricity markets across the 28-nation bloc by the end of 2014.
- Strength In Oneness. Bulteel, Paul // Utility Week;3/21/2003, Vol. 19 Issue 12, p28
Discusses issues concerning European electricity market, as of March 21, 2003. Percentage of European Union (EU) electricity market which is open to competition and new proposals in compliance with EU guidelines; Challenges faced by electricity companies in their growth and development; Need...
- Half of EU states still have regulated end-user prices. // Utility Week;11/16/2012, p6
The article discusses a report from the Council of European Energy Regulators (CEER) noting that half of the European Union (EU) member states still have regulated end-user prices for electricity and gas.
- Serbia splits state power company. // Energy Today (Hungary);02/25/2013, p1
The article reports that Serbian state power utility EPS boosted its power generation capacity as the Balkan state moves toward the liberalization of its energy market with the goal of joining the European Union.
- Europe 2003: E pluribus unum? Kemezis, Paul // Electrical World;Sep98, Vol. 212 Issue 9, p14
Looks at the plans of the European Union (EU) to open and integrate their electricity markets. Reference to a December 1996 effort of the EU to liberalize and unify their electricity sectors; Details on the agreement; Information on the EU; Comparison of the pace of the United States to that of...
- Closing the Baltic ring. // Modern Power Systems;Jul2006, Vol. 26 Issue 7, p13
The article focuses on the NorNed and Estlink European interconnectors, expected to be operational before the end of 2007, which is expected to strengthen the links between the Scandinavian market and northern Europe and would provide a degree of independence to Baltic states from the Russian...
- Regulation by Any Other Name: Electricity Deregulation in Alberta and the Power Purchase Arrangements. Nicolay, Terra // Journal of Energy & Natural Resources Law (International Bar Ass;Feb2011, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p45
The Power Purchase Arrangements (PPAs) were one of the significant mechanisms of Alberta's deregulation of the electricity generation sector. This paper argues that the PPAs represent an attempt to mirror by contractual means some of the purpose and effects of the pre-restructuring regulatory...
- GLOBAL MONITOR. Patel, Sonal // Power;Sep2012, Vol. 156 Issue 9, p8
The article offers news briefs related to power industries. Three Gorges Dam completed the controversial 1994-initiated hydropower project in China. European Union (EU) restricts Poland for using free carbon emission for its new coal-fired power plants. Sumitomo Electric Industries Ltd....
- An Electric Mandate: The EU procedure for harmonising cross-border network codes for electricity. // FNI Reports;Oct2012, preceding p1
The research question addressed in this report is why the EU procedure for developing network codes for electricity was enacted in its particular form. Passed by the EU in 2009, European organisations partly outside of the formal EU structure were given a mandate to make rules that would apply...