Parliament makes EU electricity market cleaner and more consumer-friendly
New rules to create a Europe-wide market for electricity that is cleaner, more competitive and better able to cope with risks, were approved by Parliament on Tuesday.
MEPs adopted four new laws on the EU electricity market, agreed informally with EU ministers in late 2018, and hereby conclude the Clean Energy for All Europeans package.
The agreement on the “Internal market for electricity” (Regulation) was approved with 544 votes to 76, and 40 abstentions. The agreement on “Common rules for the internal electricity market” (Directive) was approved with 551 votes to 72, and 37 abstentions.
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