The Competition Council launched an investigation into a possible abuse of a dominant position by Delgaz Grid The Competition Council (CC) initiated an investigation into a possible abuse of dominant position
The Competition Council launched an investigation into a possible abuse of a dominant position by Delgaz Grid
The Competition Council (CC) initiated an investigation into a possible abuse of dominant position by Delgaz Grid, a member company of the E.ON Romania Group, manifested through a differentiated treatment in relation to the operators authorized to carry out inspections and technical revisions of the utilization facilities of natural gas, according to a press release issued by AGERPRES on Thursday. Delgaz Grid has, through the effect of specific legislation, a dominant position (a monopoly) on the natural gas distribution market for its geographical areas for which it has a distribution license.According to the regulations issued by the National Regulatory Authority for Energy (ANRE), the natural gas distributor has the obligation to develop a database of the technical inspections / revisions of the installation by the authorized economic operators.
Lungu (AFEER): Nowhere in the EU has there been a shift from the free energy market to regulated prices so suddenly and without consultation
No country in the European Union has returned to regulated energy prices after the liberalization of the market, so suddenly and without any consultation with the market specialists, as wanted in Romania, stated on Thursday, for AGERPRES, Ion Lungu, the president Of the Romanian Electricity Suppliers Association (AFEER). This, in the context in which the Government approved on 21 December 2018 Emergency Ordinance 114, which provides for the return to regulated prices for all household energy consumers between 1 March 2019 and 28 February 2022, a measure announced just three days before. The liberalization of the energy market began on 1 July 2013, when 10% of the energy supplied to households was purchased from the free market and the entire liberalization process was completed on 31 December 2017.
Nuclearelectrica allocates 1.6 million lei for the periodic inspection program at Units 1 and 2 of Cernavoda
Nuclearelectrica organizes a tender for engineering services to develop a regular inspection program for Units 1 and 2 of Cernavoda NPP, the estimated value of the contract amounting to 1.61 million lei, according to a notice of participation posted on the Electronic Procurement System SEAP).