The Industry and Energy Committee accepted four legislative proposals on the EU electricity market in February 2018. In the context of the Clean-Energy package, the European Parliament committee approved a set of rules which could ensure a wider competition in the electricity market, better information for the consumers and tackles shortages during crises.
In March 2018 the members of the European Parliament adopted a proposal in order create a more transparent and competitive cross-border parcel delivery market. The proposal also aims at reducing the barriers consumers and e-retailers encounter when purchasing online in the EU.
MEPs want to ensure a high level of consumer protection throughout the EU and to create legal certainty for businesses wishing to sell their products in other Member States.