France's New Electricity Act: A Potential Windfall Profit for Electricity Suppliers and a Potential Incompatibility with the EU Law
The Electricity Journal, 2011, vol. 24, issue 2, 55-62
The NOME Act will achieve neither the aim of maintaining the benefit to consumers of France's past choice to go nuclear, nor the aim of avoiding a windfall effect. In spirit, it also disregards the principle of non-segmentation of markets and betrays the principle of free movement of goods within the European Union.
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