ACER publishes today the latest edition of its Gas Regional Initiative Status Review Report informing on the voluntary progress made towards the regional gas markets’ integration. The Report brings to light accomplishments such as the approval of a coordinated mechanism to manage congestion between France, Portugal and Spain (South Region) and the completion of fact-finding surveys and studies in the South South-East Region.
"This paper presents the feedback of the Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (the “Agency”) and of National Regulatory Authorities (NRAs) in the Council of European Energy Regulators (CEER) on key elements of the European Commission’s proposals. We shall continue to explore them in greater detail – considering both the individual proposals themselves and their interrelationship with each other and, later, with the gas sector. Our joint conference of 23/24 January “Towards a future proofed Energy Market design” gives us the opportunity to hear the views of the Institutions and stakeholders and allow us to enrich those analyses”.
Today, the Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER), in close collaboration with the European Network of Transmission System Operators for electricity (ENTSO-E), launched a call for interest to all interested stakeholders to participate in the System Operation European Stakeholder Committee (the SO ESC). This is the third ESC to be set up with the aim of ensuring effective engagement of stakeholders in network code implementation.
Following a recent survey on the indicators for contractual congestion at gas interconnection points (IPs), ACER has now published its views on the stakeholders’ responses.
ACER and CEER, representing Europe’s energy regulators, welcome the “new Clean Energy for All Europeans” proposals adopted today by the European Commission. The Commission’s proposals will be publicly discussed at our dedicated conference on the new energy market design for the clean energy transition (23-24 January, 2017).
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