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From today, European consumers who travel within the EU will be able to call, text and connect on their mobile devices without having to worry about roaming charges. The European Commission has claimed the new rules as ‘one of the greatest and most tangible successes of...


Active in the policy field, CERRE Joint Academic Director Prof. Alexandre de Streel recently co-authored a study on 'Optimal Regulatory Model for Telecommunications Services in the EU' for the European Parliament.


"This Study reviews the...

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In advance of the entry into force of the EU regulation on the end of roaming charges on June 15, CERRE Research Fellow Martin Peitz, Professor of Economics at the University of Mannheim, commented on the new measure in the 13 June 2017 issue of Týden, the Czech weekly....

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Europe can expect to see the introduction of 5G around 2020. The stakes are high - a ubiquitous and high-capacity mobile network is...


Many scenarios for the European transition to a low-carbon energy system require a significant involvement of the gas sector. However, current regulation...


The Energy Union proposals (along with the more recent Clean Energy Package) place great emphasis on the Internal Electricity Market...