EU Commission to investigate Tennet for limiting power access from Denmark

The EU Commission will now officially investigate whether or not it is a violation of EU competition rules when a German grid operator limits free access to Germany for Danish power. The limit on the interconnector between Denmark and Germany has long been a nuisance for lobby Danish Energy.

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Does it violate EU antitrust regulations when German grid operator Tennet limits access to the interconnector between Germany and Denmark, so that power cannot flow freely from Denmark to Germany?

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