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Danish utility regulator's anthology project series on better regulation in the energy sector
The break-even principle has been a fundamental principle for the price regulation of the Danish utilities for several decades. Following the liberalization of parts of the energy sector, this regulation has been supplemented with new instruments to regulate monopoly areas. This form of regulation was introduced in connection with a new electricity supply regulation from 1999. The detailed design of the income-cap regulation has been left to the Minister responsible for the energy sector anddoi:10.51138/wvyl7650 fatcat:uqlqrkl75fgrvdijii4tkztzry