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Entflechtung der Schweizer Gasnetzbetreiber


  • Urs Trinkner
  • Michael Funk


Die Studie untersucht den Entflechtungsbedarf für Schweizer Gasnetzbetreiber und schlägt für die Verteilnetzebene weniger starke Entflechtungsvorschriften vor als für die Transportnetzebene. Die stärkste Entflechtung wird für den Akteur vorgeschlagen, der die Marktgebietsverantwortung wahrnimmt.

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  • Urs Trinkner & Michael Funk, 2016. "Entflechtung der Schweizer Gasnetzbetreiber," Studies and Reports, Swiss Economics, pages 1-136, July.
  • Handle: RePEc:chc:studse:0017

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