Tag: free movement of goods

  • Capacity mechanisms in EU Law: A comment on the free movement of goods

    By: Kaisa Huhta

    The EU internal market in electricity is experiencing challenges in ensuring resource adequacy through the operation of the energy-only market alone. To guarantee the uninterrupted availability of affordable electricity, many Member States have adopted national capacity mechanisms, which compensate for the availability and readiness of existing and forthcoming generation capacity to supply electricity.  These national […]

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