On 29 September, Energy Commissioner Günther Oettinger met with MEPs and other policymakers to discuss plans for the completion of the internal energy market.
In 'Getting to 2014', Oettinger stressed the need for full member-state compliance in implementing the market: “We would have 27 markets in Europe, with widely diverging market rules and network operation rules. Gas and electricity would not flow freely across borders. Energy companies would not be able to take f...
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