Mixed picture on PCI implementation – ACER

Only around one-third of projects earmarked by the EU as Projects of Common Interest have managed to stick to their original time schedules over the last couple of years Only around one-third of projects earmarked by the EU as Projects of Common Interest have managed to stick to their original time schedules over the last couple of years.
By Andreas Walstad 12 July 2017 0 26724

Only around one-third of projects earmarked by the EU as Projects of Common Interest (PCIs) have managed to stick to their original time schedules over the last couple of years, according to a recent report by the Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER).

ACER noted the "positive development" that 20 electricity and gas PCIs had advanced their statuses by the beginning of 2017 compared with the year before, "in most instances by entering the...

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