German operator to open floodgate of power exports to and from Denmark

It emerged just a week ago that the EU Commission will investigate whether or not it violates EU competition regulations that Tennet has limited the access of Danish electricity to Germany. The firm has now responded and lobby organization Danish Energy its excited about the reaction.

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Companies will go to great lengths to avoid taking on a battle with EU Competitions Commissioner Margrethe Vestager. 

At least this seems to be the case judging by German grid operator Tennet, which is doing everything to a avoid a case in the commissioner's department.

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