A survey by accounting and consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers has revealed what electricity traders feel are the three main barriers to power trading in central and eastern Europe.
"These barriers consist in, firstly, complex bureaucracies that hamper network access, secondly, in fragmented and inaccessible market structures, and, thirdly, in incompatible IT systems that hinder the effective transfer of essential market data," says Erwin Smole, a senior manager at PwC Austria and a co
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