EU lagging behind on energy market integration

Brussels warns the EU is not on track to completing its internal energy market by 2014. A paper issued on Thursday suggests measures to limit state intervention

The European Commission has warned the EU is not on track to completing its internal energy market by 2014 as pledged by European leaders. A policy paper issued on Thursday recommends measures to limit member state intervention.

The paper closely resembles a draft version obtained by ENDS in September. The commission is concerned by the development of capacity mechanisms, which some countries are resorting to for fear of experiencing power shortages.

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