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Report for the Prime Minister. Making the future French electric power organization a success; Rapport au Premier Ministre. Reussir la future organisation electrique francaise

Abstract

This report from the French Deputy of the Meuse region aims at taking stock of four main questions raised by the future organization of the French electric power industry in the context of the opening of the European power market: the public utility of electric power, the future missions of Electricite de france (EdF) company, the questions in relation with the personnel status in the electric power industry, and the status of the regulating authority. In order to give some elements of answer to these questions, the report has been divided into 2 parts: part 1 presents the power production, transport and distribution in the future electric power regulation (the renewal of nuclear facilities, the building of non-nuclear units, the exploitation of the power distribution network, the accounting dissociation and the transparency of accountancy, the organization of network access, the eligible clients, the direct power lines, the obligations of purchase, the distribution and the role of local authorities). Part 2 presents the four main stakes of the modernization of the French electric power sector: the electric power public utility (public concern and rights, government policy, sustain of innovation, environment protection and energy mastery, the transportation and distribution networks, the role  More>>
Authors:
Publication Date:
Dec 31, 1998
Product Type:
Miscellaneous
Report Number:
INIS-FR-046
Reference Number:
SCA: 240700; 990400; 210800; PA: AIX-30:041151; EDB-99:091223; SN: 99002143746
Resource Relation:
Other Information: PBD: 1998
Subject:
24 POWER TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION; 99 MATHEMATICS, COMPUTERS, INFORMATION SCIENCE, MANAGEMENT, LAW, MISCELLANEOUS; 21 NUCLEAR POWER REACTORS AND ASSOCIATED PLANTS; COMPETITION; DEREGULATION; ELECTRIC POWER INDUSTRY; ELECTRIC UTILITIES; ELECTRICITE DE FRANCE; FINANCING; LEGAL ASPECTS; NATIONAL ENERGY PLANS; NUCLEAR INDUSTRY; POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS; PUBLIC ENTERPRISES; SOCIO-ECONOMIC FACTORS
OSTI ID:
682743
Research Organizations:
Assemblee Nationale, 75 - Paris (France)
Country of Origin:
France
Language:
French
Other Identifying Numbers:
Other: ON: DE99633350; TRN: FR9904858041151
Availability:
INIS; OSTI as DE99633350
Submitting Site:
FRN
Size:
55 p.
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Dumont, J L. Report for the Prime Minister. Making the future French electric power organization a success; Rapport au Premier Ministre. Reussir la future organisation electrique francaise. France: N. p., 1998. Web.
Dumont, J L. Report for the Prime Minister. Making the future French electric power organization a success; Rapport au Premier Ministre. Reussir la future organisation electrique francaise. France.
Dumont, J L. 1998. "Report for the Prime Minister. Making the future French electric power organization a success; Rapport au Premier Ministre. Reussir la future organisation electrique francaise." France.
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title = {Report for the Prime Minister. Making the future French electric power organization a success; Rapport au Premier Ministre. Reussir la future organisation electrique francaise}
author = {Dumont, J L}
abstractNote = {This report from the French Deputy of the Meuse region aims at taking stock of four main questions raised by the future organization of the French electric power industry in the context of the opening of the European power market: the public utility of electric power, the future missions of Electricite de france (EdF) company, the questions in relation with the personnel status in the electric power industry, and the status of the regulating authority. In order to give some elements of answer to these questions, the report has been divided into 2 parts: part 1 presents the power production, transport and distribution in the future electric power regulation (the renewal of nuclear facilities, the building of non-nuclear units, the exploitation of the power distribution network, the accounting dissociation and the transparency of accountancy, the organization of network access, the eligible clients, the direct power lines, the obligations of purchase, the distribution and the role of local authorities). Part 2 presents the four main stakes of the modernization of the French electric power sector: the electric power public utility (public concern and rights, government policy, sustain of innovation, environment protection and energy mastery, the transportation and distribution networks, the role of operators and the financing), the future evolution of EdF (missions and organization, future of the public company), the social modernization of the electric power sector (present day status, adaptation, evolution, pensions), the organization and role of the future regulation authority. The propositions of the author are reported in the appendix. (J.S.)}
place = {France}
year = {1998}
month = {Dec}
}