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Andrea Biondi Sep 25
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Charles de Marcilly Sep 25
Important legal issues there.
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Sandra Marco Colino Sep 27
My forthcoming paper on the case & the value of using State aid against harmful tax competition and corporate tax avoidance is now on LINK:
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Malgorzata Cyndecka Sep 25
Looking forward to the CJEU’s judgment!
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Stephan Renner Sep 25
In the history of energy, not a single reactor has been built without . I guess it's time to employ cheaper renewable options instead of subsidising an outdated technology.
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GregorSchusterschitz Sep 22
This judgement shows how necessary it is to bring EU law to the 21st century: we need investments in sustainable future-oriented technology making the EU economy globally resilient, and not in economically unviable old technologies of yesterday
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UxbEconomist Sep 27
Oh come off it. Britain can decide these things for themselves via the ballot box & nation state democracy! 🤦‍♂️
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StateAidHub 7h
📯📗 State Aid Hub | New Blog Post by Phedon Nicolaides | Read for free ⏩
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Charlotte Chadwick Sep 22
Brilliant to see ’s in today, helping to lead the initiative in offering to help the Government design a post-Brexit subsidy regime for the UK.
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Sajjad Karim Sep 24
is misunderstood in so much political debate in UK - as commonly believed it is NOT automatically disallowed by the EU. "The scheme was approved under the State Aid Temporary Framework The public support..will take the form of direct grants"
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Raphael Weyland 🇪🇺 Sep 22
Another slap into a fairer ground. Renewable schemes often dismissed, aid approved. Besides all: The need for heavy subsidies shows that nuclear is not cheap (even ignoring risk + waste issues). Let's hope that never starts operating!
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Máximo Miccinilli Sep 24
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Arianna Podestà Sep 22
🇪🇺🌱 ⁦⁩ adopted revised ETS Guidelines: - 10 sectors and 20 sub-sectors eligible - 75% compensation rate, excluding non-efficient technologies - conditionality on decarbonisation efforts Aim: reducing “carbon leakage” risk
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Ruth Mason Sep 25
Commission will appeal Apple. No indication of the specific grounds yet (other than "a number of errors of law"). Says VP Vestager:
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UK is with EU Sep 20
..Why is the UK gov not taking advantage of the state aid rules? ..Germany and France spend more on state aid ..If gov is so keen on state aid, get on and use it to support British industries; but they have not done that in recent years..
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Mukul Mohanty 37m
is the true business casualty of . State support will be desperately needed unless we opt for scorched earth policy.
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Sandra Marco Colino 8h
Oh my - more than 50 downloads on the first day! Thank you for reading, and to for publishing
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Florian Mueller Sep 25
Politically--not legally--logical decision: commissioner Margrethe to humiliating defeat in - "" case
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Centre for Competition Policy Sep 23
Yesterday CCP’s provided his expert opinion on a CERRE debate on for energy which featured & Directors General.
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CERRE Sep 23
It's 🌍Find out about how rules can help decarbonize the economy. 💡Effective rules can fast-track the transition towards low carbon systems if aligned with targets.⚡️
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