- European Commission’s approval of GB Capacity Market annulled (Tempus Energy Ltd and another v European Commission)
- What are the practical implications of the judgment?
- What was the background?
- What did the General Court decide?
Energy analysis: Energy lawyer Sam Bright, of ClientEarth, examines the impact of the General Court judgment in Tempus Energy Ltd and another v European Commission to annul the European Commission’s decision, after only a short preliminary investigation, to approve Great Britain’s Capacity Market as State aid. The Capacity Market remunerated, under legislation and a set of rules made under legislation, electricity capacity providers in exchange for their commitment to provide electricity or reduce or delay their electricity consumption during times of highest demand.
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