ACER and ENTSOG published yesterday the last Capacity Allocation Mechanisms (CAM) Roadmap. This document primarily updates on the progress on pilot projects and gives a compliance analysis on the capacity booking platforms, but also reviews other CAM-related issues.
ACER publishes today the 2nd ACER-ENTSOG Report (link to the report) on the status of the implementation of the Balancing Network Code. The report monitors the early application of the Code across the EU Member States.
ACER releases today a study for a methodology proposal to evaluate the impact of the gas Network Codes and Guidelines in terms of implementation and market effects. ACER commissioned this study to the Cambridge Economic Policy Associates (CEPA).
ACER published yesterday a Recommendation to the European Commission on the amendment to the Network Code on Capacity Allocation Mechanisms in gas transmission systems (NC CAM). The amendments to be adopted mostly relate to Incremental Capacity, but also to other technical details of the code.
ACER releases today the study “Capacity Booking Platforms Assessment” which analyses the current gas capacity booking platforms’ compliance with the Network Code on Capacity Allocation Mechanisms (NC CAM), which is to be applied by 1 November 2015. The report compares the degree of network code implementation related to booking platforms as well as the functionalities provided by the three existing platforms.
The joint ACER-CEER response to the European Commission’s Public Consultation on a new Energy Market Design is now available online. The response is structured in two parts. The first part outlines our vision on many aspects related to the future of the electricity sector in Europe. In the second part, this vision is applied to answering the specific questions posed by the European Commission in its Electricity Market Design Consultation document.
Today, 7 October 2015, the obligation established by REMIT, the EU Regulation on wholesale energy market integrity and transparency, to report records of wholesale energy market transactions, including orders to trade, executed at organised market places, has come into force. As a result, the EU Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER) has started to receive the first reports through its REMIT Information System (ARIS). In fact ACER already opened ARIS on Monday this week for the reporting of outstanding long-term contracts executed at organised market places (the so called back-loading).
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