Energy Supply & Cables: Statements from European Associations

November 2011
Wire & Cable Technology International;Nov/Dec2011, Vol. 39 Issue 6, p42
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the statement of the European Copper Association concerning the need of Europe for a freedom of movement in electricity. It says that the competition will be increased by the single electricity market and improve security of supply. It adds that the European Parliament and the Council of Ministers are demanded to speed up to enhance the cross-boarder trade in the electricity of the country. Moreover, the supporters of the statement include Europacable Association.


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