Energy: few will compete operators

Only a handful of communities have organized tenders for the supply of gas and electricity, two markets open to competition since 1er July 2004. Virtually all of it remains a customer of EDF and GDF, as allowed by law. Regulated tariffs, practiced by incumbent operators, are to date more interesting than market prices. But they do not reflect the real cost of energy and constitute a distortion of competition, believes the Commission for Energy Regulation (CRE), which pleads for their eventual disappearance.

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