• Central Eastern Europe unites towards the EU single energy market

    11-Apr-2014
    The key electricity players in Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia have signed, together with the EU Agency for Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER), a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).
    The move will contribute to the development of the single EU energy market by favouring price convergence, which fosters competition and therefore leads to a better choice of services and products for consumers.

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  • ACER organises a workshop on the Network Code on High Voltage Direct Current Connections and DC-connected Power Park Modules

    11-Apr-2014
    ​The Agency organises a workshop on 19th May 2014 in Ljubljana to collect stakeholders’ views on the Network Code on High Voltage Direct Current Connections and DC-connected Power Park Modules and its supporting document.

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  • ACER issues an Opinion on electricity national transmission plans

    10-Apr-2014
    ACER published yesterday its Opinion on National Ten-Year Electricity Network Development Plans, which includes a monitoring exercise with important input from 28 National Regulatory Authorities on the consistency of national plans with the plan developed by the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E) at EU level.

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  • ACER organises the 3rd Gas Target Model Stakeholders Workshop in Brussels

    08-Apr-2014
    ​ACER will hold the 3rd Gas Target Model Stakeholders Workshop on Thursday 15 May 2014 in Brussels.
    The purpose of this regulatory work is to further develop the regulatory vision for the design of the single European gas market in the light of recent changes and new challenges the gas sector is facing.

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  • ACER issues an Opinion on the Network Code on Electricity Balancing

    01-Apr-2014
    ​On 24th March ACER published its opinion on the Network Code on Electricity Balancing. The Agency notes the network code will bring significant added value in supporting the creation of a European balancing market and recognises ENTSO-E’s effort to align this network code to the related framework guidelines. However, this network code submitted to the Agency on 23 December 2013 is not in line with the related framework guidelines in some specific areas.

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  • ACER assesses policy options for harmonised transmission tariff structures in the gas sector

    01-Apr-2014
    ​ACER published yesterday a justification paper assessing the policy options contained in the ACER Framework Guidelines on rules regarding Harmonised transmission tariff structures for gas. This document provides justification for the most important policy choices in order to achieve that harmonization, and supports the network code process of ENTSOG.

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  • ACER opens a public consultation on trade reporting under REMIT

    31-Mar-2014
    ​ACER launched today a public consultation on ACER’s Trade Reporting User Manual (TRUM) for trade reporting under REMIT.
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  • ACER progress towards the update of the Gas Target Model

    20-Mar-2014
    At the 2nd ACER Gas Target Model (GTM) workshop held on 19th March in Ljubljana, over 60 representatives of the European gas sector – including gas suppliers, Transmission System Operators (TSOs), energy intensive industries and regulators – discussed how to adjust the target model to changed market requirements. The agenda focused on the functioning of wholesale gas markets, the contribution of the gas sector to sustainability and the state of play of retail competition in gas.

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  • ACER invites stakeholders to a workshop on REMIT implementation

    10-Mar-2014
    The Agency will organise a public workshop on REMIT implementation in Ljubljana on 3 April 2014.
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  • ACER finds market efficiency being affected by existing bidding zones configuration

    07-Mar-2014
    ​The existing electricity bidding zones configuration in Central Europe is currently affecting the efficient use of the infrastructure, the incentives to invest in both transmission and generation, and the liquidity of forward markets, according to the ACER report on the influence of existing bidding zones on electricity markets published today by the Agency. 

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