The Commission accepted binding commitments from a Czech electricity company CEZ to address concerns that CEZ may have abused its dominant position on the market for generation and wholesale of electricity in the Czech Republic. The Commission was concerned that CEZ may have abused its dominant position by reserving capacity in the transmission network in order to prevent competitors from entering the market, in particular through making a pre-emptive capacity reservation in the transmission system network which it did not need at that moment. To address the Commission’s concerns, CEZ offered to divest about 800 – 1 000 MW of its generation capacity. More specifically, CEZ offered to sell one of its generation assets in the Czech Republic. This should allow the buyer to establish itself on the Czech market for the generation and wholesale supply of electricity. Source: Commission Press Release 10/4/2013