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Electricity Reform in Europe Towards a Single Energy Market

By: JM Glachant and F Leveque
Publisher: Edward Elgar
Electricity Reform in Europe
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  • Electricity Reform in Europe ISBN: 9781847209733 Hardback Feb 2009 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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`The SESSA study on the Internal Energy Market was an important and influential contribution towards the Commission's proposal for a third package of proposals, intending to bring more effective competition and better security of supply to Europe's energy markets. This volume, based on the results of the study is an important and welcome contribution to the ongoing debate on these proposals.'- Andris Piebalgs, Commissioner for Energy at the European Commission.

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By: JM Glachant and F Leveque
Publisher: Edward Elgar
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