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New regulations for electricity market?
September 26, 2017   
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The Polish government is reportedly mulling banning inter-group trade in electrical energy, a solution adopted in Sweden, as one of the ways to boost trade on the commodity exchange TGE, according to the daily Parkiet's findings.
Many scenarios are under consideration, an Energy Ministry officer told the daily when asked if the Swedish model could be an alternative to raising the mandatory volume of TGE sales.
The ministry is currently running a debate on the matter and hopes to come up with a consensus that will satisfy all state power groups.
The expected compromise is to serve as basis for a new energy law.
A higher TGE obligation is currently favored by Tauron and Energa, but objected by PGE and Enea. The latter two also oppose the inter-group ban, their officials signaled. Enea calls for application of market, not legislative tools to make the commodity exchange more liquid.
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