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The Bundesnetzagentur (Federal Network Agency for Electricity, Gas, Telecommunications, Post, and Railway) is a separate higher federal authority within the scope of business of the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy, and has its headquarters in Bonn. The Bundesnetzagentur's core task is to ensure compliance with the Telecommunications Act (TKG), Postal Act (PostG), Energy Act (EnWG), and their respective ordinances. In this way, it guarantees the liberalization and deregulation of the markets for telecommunications, post, and energy via non-discriminatory network access and efficient system charges. As of 1 January 2006, the Bundesnetzagentur also assumed responsibility for rail regulation. Here, as in the other regulatory areas, it monitors non-discriminatory access to the networks under transparent circumstances, and examines the access charges. It also acts as the root certification authority under the Digital Signatures Act (SiG).
Since 2011, the Bundesnetzagentur has taken on additional duties relating to the Network Development Plan. Where this indicates a need for expansion on the extra-high voltage level, the Bundesnetzagentur ensures accelerated implementation via efficient planning and approval procedures.
The Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (CCCS) is Singapore’s competition authority.
Established on 1 January 2005, it is a statutory board under the Ministry of Trade and Industry and is tasked to administer and enforce the Competition Act (Chapter 50B). One of CCCS’ primary roles is to maintain and enhance efficient market conduct and promote productivity, innovation, and competitiveness of markets in Singapore.
DB is an international mobility and logistics company with over 300,000 employees and a revenue of over EUR 40 billion. Its core business is the provision of railway infrastructure and railway transport services in Germany.
At the Berlin headquarters, our department deals with regulatory affairs from a legal and an economic perspective. We develop solutions for regulatory and competitive problems focusing on charging for and access to railway infrastructure in Germany and other EU countries. Further fields of activity are data analytics and political discussions.
Deutsche Telekom is one of the world's leading integrated telecommunications companies, with some 168 million mobile customers, 28 million fixed-network lines, and 19 million broadband lines. We provide fixed-network/
EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG is one of the largest energy suppliers in Germany. It has a workforce of 20,000 employees and supplies electricity, gas, water, and energy-related products and services to around 5.5 million customers. EnBW is the only entity in Germany that holds a 100% stake in one of the four high-voltage grid operators in Germany, TransnetBW. With a radical reorganization of the company in 2013, EnBW has already responded to the fundamental changes brought about by the German energy transition towards clean energies („Energiewende“). The EnBW 2020 strategy envisages the expansion of renewable energies to make them one of the main pillars of the EnBW business. Offshore wind power will play a central role in this process.
The Monopolies Commission is an independent expert committee, which advises the German government and legislature in the areas of competition policy-making, competition law, and regulation. Its reports are published.
Netze BW belongs to one of the largest gas and electricity DSOs in Germany. The company is subject to a revenue cap regulation scheme monitored by the Bundesnetzagentur (German Federal Network Agency; short: BNetzA). The internship is located within the regulation department. This department handles operative and practical regulation issues (e.g., carrying out cost assessments, monitoring the benchmark process, calculating network charges) as well as strategic and conceptional issues (benchmark modelling, reviewing BNetzA decisions concerning general productivity factors, equity interest rates, etc.).
Telefónica Germany GmbH & Co. OHG is the wholly owned operational subsidiary of the Telefónica Deutschland Holding AG, which is part of the Spanish telecommunications group Telefónica S.A. headquartered in Madrid. Telefónica Deutschland offers mobile and fixed services for private and business customers and is one of the three leading integrated telecommunications providers in Germany. In the mobile business, Telefónica Deutschland provides extensive postpaid and prepaid products and mobile data services based on GPRS, UMTS, and LTE technology. Its portfolio also includes DSL fixed telephony and high-speed internet. Furthermore, Telefónica Deutschland is a leading provider of wholesale services.
Vodafone Germany is one of the leading integrated telecommunications companies and also the largest TV provider in Germany. With its 14,000 employees, Vodafone Germany provides Internet, mobile and fixed networks, and TV services from a single source. As a gigabit company, Vodafone is driving forward infrastructure expansion in Germany: with ever-faster networks, we are paving the way for the gigabit society in Germany – whether in fixed networks or in mobile communications. With 45.7 million mobile cards, 6.5 million fixed broadband customers, and numerous digital solutions, Vodafone Germany generates annual sales of EUR 11 billion.
Vodafone Germany is the largest subsidiary of the Vodafone Group, one of the largest telecommunications companies in the world. The group operates its own mobile networks in 26 countries and maintains partner networks in another 50 countries. The group operates its own fixed network infrastructure in 19 countries. Vodafone has around 522.8 million mobile and 18.8 million fixed network customers.
Hengeler Mueller Partnerschaft von Rechtsanwälten mbB was originated in 1990 from a merger of two law firms: Hengeler Kurth Wirtz in Düsseldorf and Mueller Weitzel Weisner in Frankfurt. Nothing inspires Hengeler Mueller more than a challenge of charting the best course for their clients. Hengeler Mueller is a partnership, which believes in quality and in the value of the individual.
They work for large corporates, for small start-ups and for less visible assignments that never hit the headlines. What counts is the value they add for their clients.
The Düsseldorf office dates back over a century, while the Frankfurt firm was founded in 1947. Immediately after the merger Hengeler Mueller opened in Berlin, later followed by offices in Brussels, London and Munich. In 2014 they established a base in Shanghai.
Building an overland connection from Ludwigshafen to Homburg – that was the idea behind the founding of the PFALZWERKE AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT at the end of 1912. After 95 years of dedicated network operation for the region Pfalz and the Saarpfalz district, the distribution network operation had to move to an independent company, the Pfalzwerke Netz AG, due to legal unbundling requirements.
The company has been active in the region Pfalz and Saarpfalz district for over 100 years, but has not aged a day in thinking and acting: The mission is to provide the region with a reliable and sustainable energy supply. In this way, the company wants to increase people's quality of life and sustainably promote the performance of the homeland. To do this, the company creates space for innovations and uses new technologies.