The liberalisation of the German gas market is at present a story of unrealised potential. Life for the overwhelming majority of Germanyï¿½s gas customers continues pretty much as it was before the formal passage of the European gas directive in 1998 ï¿½ which aims to create one internal, open market for natural gas in the European community.
An absence of political will has allowed suppliers to maintain the status quo at the expense of customers and newcomers. Much time has been
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