Italy: Balance Of Power
Recent moves to liberalise the Italian energy markets have had mixed results, with a number of major players still retaining a disproportionate influence. Nicola Ceraolo, Marco D'Ostuni and Francesco Salerno outline the areas of concern
The Italian electricity and gas markets were opened to competition by the national rules implementing the first European Commission (EC) electricity and gas liberalisation directives (respectively, the 1999 Bersani Decree and the 2000 Letta Decree).
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