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Rte.

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route
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It stated: "The ability of RTE to run and manage its business costs effectively is of significant importance to RTE.
Piquemal also reiterated the company's view that it was pleased with its position as a financial shareholder in RTE.
Some of that has disappeared recently as TV3 becomes more accepted but still, you don't want the wash of the station over you while in RTE.
SOMEBODY must have put something in the water at RTE.
Auctioning of transmission capacity, European tenders for compensation energy contracts: France, which has often been rebuked by the European Commission for its delay in implementing the 1996 EU Electricity Directive, has made steady progress over the past year in opening its electricity market to competition, according to one of the leading players, RTE. Created less than a year ago, the Electricity Transmission Network (Reseau de Transport d'Electricite) owns the most extensive grid in kilometre terms in Europe, and its geographic position places it at the heart of European interconnection, according to a report presented by Director Andre Merlin on the operator's first year of trading.
Speaking on the sidelines of a shareholder meeting, Piquemal noted that a decision on the ownership structure should be taken by RTE.
Yesterday, Education Minister Ruairi Quinn backed Minister Rabbitte's stance, adding: "I think great damage has been done to RTE. Minister Rabbitte is meeting with the board of RTE next Tuesday, we have a cabinet meeting following that and no doubt he will give us a full report on that.
But there was thought to be hope when NTL pledged again last year that it was keen to broadcast RTE.