EU power market reform to underpin a reshaping of the economy as Franco-German tensions ease

Published 19:31 on September 26, 2023  /  Last updated at 13:06 on September 27, 2023  / Emanuela Barbiroglio /  EMEA, EU ETS

EU electricity market design reforms (EMR) will only see the light of day if member states, namely France and Germany, find compromise and let go of currently unsustainable practices, according to experts calling for a quick resolution to deadlocked negotiations amid signs that tensions are easing between the two largest economies in the bloc.
EU electricity market design reforms (EMR) will only see the light of day if member states, namely France and Germany, find compromise and let go of currently unsustainable practices, according to experts calling for a quick resolution to deadlocked negotiations amid signs that tensions are easing between the two largest economies in the bloc.


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