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The European quest for electricity liberalisation is not one loaded with success stories. Compelled by the Commission, MS slowly overcame their reluctance towards opening their energy industry and have restructured the sector so as to introduce competition with the aim of achieving cheaper electricity and improving the efficiency of the public services. However, at the end of the day, it is clear that liberalisation is not delivering the results expected. Moreover, it is in increasing tension with other Community objectives, such as sustainable development and the fundamental freedoms of the internal market. In this regard, it is doubtful to what extent is liberalisation the appropriate system to organise such a complex commodity as electricity.
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