Estonia’s duty as an EU member state to its open energy market

  • 2010-11-04
  • By Anna-Maria Galojan
With the the globalization of  the energy sector and the opening of energy markets, energy supply is important to Estonia in an international context, especially so for state company Eesti Energy. One of the main duties of the Estonian state is to take a lead in this area, as its duty arising from membership in the European Union.Liberalization of energy markets in the European Union, and the complete opening of energy markets, was provided with the 2003 internal electricity and gas market directive. But only its provisions on electricity applies to Estonia, as the liquid fuel ...
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