Slovenia Partially Deregulates Electricity Market
Ljubljana, 1 January - Six large industrial electricity users together using up 23.6 percent of Slovenia's electricity are able to import electricity as of Tuesday. Thus Slovenia partially opened up its electricity market for users with annual electricity consumption of over 100 GWh. According to the Environment Ministry the measure is a substitute for annulling the tender of the Slovene power distributor Eles for electricity imports in 2002. The deregulation comes one year sooner than foreseen by the electricity market act.
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