The Liberalisation Of European Energy Markets: The Use Of Competition Law As a Regulatory Tool.pdf

The Liberalisation Of European Energy Markets: The Use Of Competition Law As a Regulatory Tool PDF

Burçak Tatlı

After the liberalisation of the electricity and natural gas markets, the importance of the generation and protection of competition within these markets has increased. In order to introduce competition into the markets and to protect the existence of competition, both regulatory rules and competition law has started to be implemented by regulatory and competition authorities. In particular, with the consideration of the decisions of the EU Competition Commission and the European Court of Justice, it could be underlined that competition investigations and decisions are used to establish or to protect a competitive environment that has not effectively been built in those markets. In this study, the electricity and natural gas markets within the scope of the EU have been examined, and the strategy adopted during competition investigations is discussed with a critical perspective. (Tanıtım Bülteninden)

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ACAR YALÇIN

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KORKMAZ YAVUZ

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DOĞAN KARA

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ÖZTÜRK ÖZDEMİR

The purpose of these working papers is to promote the circulation of research results ... industries, gas industry, gas utility, liberalisation, regulation, deregulation, ... Since 1 July 2007, gas and electricity markets have been liber...

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ÇELİK YILDIRIM

...is seen both as a form of public policy and as a means of constituting markets. The Application of EU Competition Law in the Energy Sector. The liberalisation of European energy markets has... ...a single market for gas - is still far from being achieved and the degree of competition is considered to be unsatisfactory within Member States (Commission of the European Communities, 2007).