Tuesday, March 11, 2008

communicate, communicate, communicate

I guess MAVIR needs all the help it could get with electricity prices going up. But do they really need a company communicating on their behalf? Will they be telling everyone about the restricted capacity at the borders? It would be interesting to see if other TSOs also have a communications company working for them. After all, everyone is interested in transmission?

On the other hand, maybe their communication strategy is about the need to stay vertically integrated into MVM and all the benefits it brings to consumers in Hungary and beyond.

It also sounds like the tender was conducted on the Serbian and Bulgarian cross border auctions. Restricted bidding and you don't know who took part.