January 2004
ABS Power Predictor Report;2004, Issue 4, p16
Market Research Report
Informs about energy generation and consumption of various countries of Europe. View that poor and backward by European standards, Albania is making a difficult transition to a modern open-market economy; Information that the Austrian electricity industry contains three categories of utilities, each with different degrees of horizontal and vertical integration; Responsibility for energy sector in Belgium falls under federal and regional governments, each being responsible for different aspects.


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