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CONSECINȚELE PREZENȚEI OPERATORULUI PRIVAT DE DISTRIBUȚIE ÎN SECTORUL ENERGIEI ELECTRICE ÎN REPUBLICA MOLDOVA

Prof. dr. ing. Nicolae MOGOREANU

Abstract

For about 17 years, since the partial privatization of electrical distribution networks, the society understood that electricity is a good and its transporting from the place of production to the place of consumption is a service. As a result, both (the electricity and the service) are characterized by costs, which have different principles of costing, determined by the legislative and regulatory framework and by the demand and supply. The material proposed to the readers’ attention, by concrete examples, demonstrates that under the current legislative framework, despite the fact that the preambles of the laws refer to the respective European Directives, the existing legal framework of the Republic of Moldova is the main obstacle in establishing and promoting the market relations in the electricity sector. The main reason for the „distorted” legislative and sublegislative framework in terms of the electricity market, and not only, is the dominant position, namely the dominant ambitions of the private Distribution Operator, which illegally acquired important portions of transmission networks at the stage of privatization.

Keywords

electricity market, Transmission Operator, private Distribution Operator, tariff discrimination.

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