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Electricity: the shifting power equation

Nicolas Véron comments on the outcome of the battle over the Spanish electricity company Endesa and broader lessons for the future of the energy sector in Europe. Click here   to download this comment. This comment was also published by La Tribune.

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Nicolas Véron comments on the outcome of the battle over the Spanish electricity company Endesa and broader lessons for the future of the energy sector in Europe.

Click here   to download this comment.

This comment was also published by La Tribune.


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