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Federal Network Agency Presents Annual Report 2014

The Federal Network Agency (BNetzA) has presented its Annual Report 2014 for the telecoms, postal services, railway, gas and electricity sectors. Rendering infrastructure investments attractive, promoting competition and ensuring consumer protection were the key aspects of its work, the agency said. President Jochen Homann stressed the need for a modern infrastructure, calling it the lifeline of an industrial society.

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Federal Network Agency Presents Annual Report 2013

The Federal Network Agency (BNetzA) has presented its Annual Report 2013 for the telecoms, postal services, railway, gas and electricity sectors. The agency points out that the political agenda in 2013 was dominated by the energy policy change away from nuclear power towards a mainly renewable energy supply, even more than in 2012. This also presented great challenges for BNetzA, the agency says.

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German Federal Network Agency Presents Annual Report 2012

The Federal Network Agency (BNetzA) has presented its Annual Report for 2012 for the telecoms, postal services, railway, gas and electricity sectors. Jochen Homann, the president of BNetzA, called for a new market design for conventional as well as renewable energy, and once again advised customers to make use of the possibilities of the liberalised market to switch suppliers.

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Federal Network Agency Presents Annual Report 2011 and Warns of Slow Grid Expansion

Jochen Homann, the new president of the Federal Network Agency (BNetzA) has presented the agency’s annual report for 2011. In view of the slow electricity grid expansion in Germany, he called on all stakeholders to avoid delays and increase their efforts.

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