This FSR topic of the month explores governments’ intervention in four aspects of the power industry. The first two posts have pointed out the absence of strong justification for governments’ intervention in the generation segment of the power industry, and the damages these interventions create. By contrast, this post discusses how European governments could increase net surplus by intervening in transmission pricing. Sadly, they show little inclination to do so.
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