European Energy Regulation: A Bridge to 2025 Public Consultation Paper
Delivering reliable, affordable and simple-to-use energy services for all European consumers (whatever their size) is at the very heart of creating the EU’s Single Energy Market. The purpose of energy regulation is to deliver a level playing field in which competition can flourish and provide a sound investment climate that is based upon a stable and predictable regulatory framework. Independent regulators do, of course, play an essential role within this framework, their critical focus, enshrined in legislation, being to ensure that consumers are at the very centre of market design, with their needs and expectations understood and provided for, and the benefits of competitive markets being passed on to them.
Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER)
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