Tag: regulation

HEP established a company for electricity supply – HEP Elektra – Croatia, 11 November 2016

The establishment of HEP Elektra on 2 November 2016 meets the obligations set under the amendments on the Electricity Market Act regarding the separation of the network and supply business activities which had been carried out by the distribution system operator HEP ODS. In terms of supply, HEP Elektra is a legal successor of HEP […]

EMS turned to joint-stock company – Serbia, 10 November 2016

Serbian electricity transmission operator EMS announced that as of today, the company operates as a joint-stock company. The new name of the company is EMS AD. It will operate as a non-public joint-stock company with 100 % state ownership, without the possibility of purchase of shares by other legal entities or individuals. The Director General […]

Slovenian fuel market partially liberalized – Slovenia, 8 November 2016

The formation of retail prices of motor fuels in Slovenia is now liberalized, which means that the companies could set their own margins, but the decree adopted by the Government on Monday applies only to petrol stations on motorways, where about a quarter of motor fuel in Slovenia is sold. Minister of Economy Zdravko Pocivalsek […]