Number of EU cases involving market coercion soars

The dramatic development comes as no surprise to consultant, saying it merely reflects more thorough power market monitoring.
Photo: Nord Pool / Ilja Hendel
Photo: Nord Pool / Ilja Hendel
by sesilie christophersen, translated by simon øst vejbæk & kristoffer grønbæk

The number of cases involving market coercion and other law infringements such as insider trading have exploded since 2015, shows a tally by ACER - European Union Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators.

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