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The duties of the president of the polish energy regulatory office in the context of implementing the third energy package


  • Elżanowski, Filip M.


This article presents the duties and powers of the President of the Energy Regulatory Office as the national regulatory authority of Poland within the scope of implementing the Third Energy Package. The article closely examines the changes and omissions connected with implementing the regulations of the Third Liberalization Package. Such implementation has not been fully executed. The biggest shortages are visible in two fields: the realization of the aims of Articles 35 and 37 of Directive 2009/72/EC. Concerning Article 35 of the Directive, the changes to the legal position of the President of URE (i.e., loosening his ties with the sphere of governmental administration, something strongly advocated by negative developments which have taken place in the legal and constitutional status of the authority over the last six years) have not been implemented.

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  • Elżanowski, Filip M., 2011. "The duties of the president of the polish energy regulatory office in the context of implementing the third energy package," MPRA Paper 34887, University Library of Munich, Germany.
  • Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:34887

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    energy law; national regulatory authority; energy market; EU law; Third Energy Package; President of the Energy Regulatory Office;

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    • K21 - Law and Economics - - Regulation and Business Law - - - Antitrust Law

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