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7th ACER Market Monitoring Report
focusing on 2017

Published: October 2018

General

The Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER) and the Council of European Energy Regulators (CEER) in cooperation with the Energy Community produced the 7th edition of the MMR. The Annual Report on the Results of Monitoring the Internal Electricity and Natural Gas Markets consists of four volumes: the Electricity Wholesale Market, the Gas Wholesale Market, the Electricity and Gas Retail Markets, and Customer Protection and Empowerment with focus on developments related to the calendar year 2017

Also available:
Presentation on the overall MMR Press Release
Summary of 7th ACER Market Monitoring Report Consultancy studies


Volume 1: Electricity Wholesale Market Volume

The Electricity Wholesale Market Volume looks at the performance of European Union (EU) electricity markets, with a focus on cross-border issues.

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The Volume includes:
  • An overview of the main developments in electricity wholesale markets in 2017.
  • An assessment of the level of cross-zonal capacity offered to the market and its efficient use in the various market timeframes
  • An overview of market liquidity in the forward and intraday markets timeframes
  • An assessment of the efficiency of the bidding zone configuration (i.e. the triennial 'market report on bidding zone efficiency' as required by the Capacity Allocation and Congestion Management Guideline)
  • An update on the situation of capacity mechanisms, related costs, and on the treatment of interconnectors in the national adequacy assessments.

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Additional information:
  • Underlying data sets.
  • Methodological papers describing the underlying methodologies used in this Volume.
  • Portal for the NRA Data Collection.
  • Previous editions of the Electricity MMR:
    Actual report:
    Underlying dataset:
  • Contact e-mail.


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Volume 2: Gas Wholesale Markets Volume

The Gas Wholesale Market Volume looks in depth at the present state of the EU gas markets and their trajectory towards an Internal Gas Market and provides recommendations towards the realisation of this goal. The volume consists of three main parts:
  • An overview of the Internal gas Market in 2017;
  • An appraisal of the individual EU gas markets' structural level of competition and level of market functioning primarily using the metrics as defined in the ACER Gas Target Model;
  • An in depth assessment of the market effects of the implementation of the gas Network Codes.

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Additional information:
  • Underlying data sets.
  • Previous editions of the Gas MMR:
    Actual report:
    Underlying dataset:
  • Contact e-mail.


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Volume 3: Electricity and Gas Retail Markets Volume

The Electricity and Gas Retail Markets Volume monitors the retail prices paid by end consumers at pan-European evel for energy in 2017. The volume consists of three parts analysing:

  • The level and evolution of retail electricity and gas prices, for both household and industrial consumers in EU Members States, Norway and the Contracting Parties of the Energy Community;
  • The structure and drivers of energy prices for households in EU Member States, Norway and Contracting Parties of the Energy Community;
  • The relationship between the wholesale price and the energy component of the retail price for households in the European Union

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Additional information:
  • Underlying data of this volume.
  • Previous editions of the Electricity and Gas Retail Markets Volumes:
    Actual report:
    Underlying dataset:
  • Contact e-mail.


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Volume 4: Consumer Protection and Empowerment Volume

The Consumer Protection and Empowerment volume looks at the performance of European energy markets from the final household consumer perspective. The volume explores the impact of the Third Energy Package provisions into national legislation. It analyses in depth public service obligations, the protection of vulnerable consumers, consumer information rights, smart meters and consumer complaints. The report also elaborates on the existence and effectiveness of consumer protection mechanisms and includes a set of recommendations on how to further enhance consumer rights.

Download the volume here


Additional information:
  • Underlying data of this volume (available soon)
  • Actual report:
    Underlying dataset:
  • Contact e-mail.