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Consequences of future accession of CEECs for the energy sector

The European Commission, DG XVII, has published an invitation to tender for the provision of consultancy services in the energy sector. The main objective of the tender is to obtain an insight into the state of the energy sector and energy sector legislation in ten central an...

The European Commission, DG XVII, has published an invitation to tender for the provision of consultancy services in the energy sector. The main objective of the tender is to obtain an insight into the state of the energy sector and energy sector legislation in ten central and east European countries (Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia), in view of their future accession to the European Union. Services to be provided by the tenderer include: - Detailed description and analysis of the individual energy sub-sectors of the ten above-mentioned countries; - Comparison with the practice in the EU and its Member States; - Analysis of consequences, for both the EU and the central and eastern European countries (CEECs), of future CEEC accession to the EU, particularly with regard to the application of EC competition rules, environmental norms and standards and strategic policy decisions; - Detailed comparative analysis, directly or indirectly related to the energy sector, for each of the CEECs separately, on the consistency of CEEC legislative provisions with established EU legislation. On the basis of this analysis, the tenderer should make practical recommendations for the adaptation of CEEC energy legislation with a view to minimizing inconsistencies with EU legislation and thereby facilitating future CEEC integration into the Union. Further details of the tasks to be performed under this call for tender and copies of the contract documents may be obtained from: European Commission DG XVII - Energy Mr Papachristopoulos 200 rue de la Loi (TERV 7/7) B-1049 Brussels Tel. +32-2-2953394; Fax +32-2-2959816 Telex 21877 COMEUR B Tenders must be sent either by registered post to the address indicated above, or delivered by hand to: European Commission DG XVII - Energy Unit XVII/A-4 Office 7/7 226-236 avenue de Tervuren B-1150 Brussels

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