Remit breaches already being investigated by Acer

Acer was already investigating breaches of Remit, but needed more resources to carry out its role, said director Alberto Pototschnig, speaking at Energy Risk Summit Europe

alberto pototschnig acer agency for the cooperation of energy regulators
Alberto Pototschnig, Acer

As energy firms gear up to comply with an October 7 deadline for reporting power and natural gas trades under European Union anti-manipulation rules, the director of the agency charged with overseeing the market told delegates at Energy Risk Summit Europe it was already investigating several potential breaches of market conduct.

Speaking at the conference in London on June 25, Alberto Pototschnig, director of the Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (Acer), said it had received around

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