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By Dagmar Hozova The Austrian regulatory authority E-Control is responsible for ensuring an equal energy market and a fair market price. Each year E-Control reviews and defines the system charges for the use of electricity and gas networks on all network levels. Article 12(2) of the E-Control Act sets out the system charges. The system […]

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