The scope of derogation possibilities for Services of General Interests in the EU internal market has been widened by legislators for more than fifteen years. The process is also supported by the case law of the Court of Justice of the European Union. State aid and other influential instruments are allowed to derogate from internal market and competition rules while their roles are heavily discussed in the circumstances of free market economy. Are these solutions leading to new regimes in European integration? This study aims at reconstructing the sense of this process in its details. This analytical study is based on comparative legal investigations applying qualitative and quantitative methods.