Special Report - Energy prices - Opening up the grid

Germany is set to move this year to an entry/exit system for access to its gas grids. But some in the market fear that unresolved issues could cause a bumpy start

Germany is changing the way it trades pipeline capacity, in an ambitious plan led by the German Federal Network Agency (BNetzA) to secure non-discriminatory third-party access to the country's gas grid. In theory, this will prevent vertically-integrated energy companies - which own both generation and transmission capacity - from dominating the gas market through ownership of infrastructure.

Germany's entry/exit system is still under development, and the exact details of how the new model will

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