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Delivering the Benefits of Customer Participation in the Energy Market

Europe’s new energy project promises to put a focus on consumer interests, yet what this new market would look like in practice is often poorly understood. As the European Commission ponders the design of a new and interconnected energy market for Europe, it needs to make sure this market benefits consumers while not disadvantaging suppliers.
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