The European Council on 22 May formally adopted four new pieces of EU legislation that redesign the EU electricity market to make it fit for the future.
EU ministers adopted new laws on 22 May, which include a regulation and a directive on electricity which make the EU's electricity market more interconnected, flexible and consumer-centred. The regulation on risk-preparedness in the electricity sector will ensure the security of electricity supply in crisis situations, the Council said, addin...
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