The report evaluates the functioning of the EU’s internal electricity market in 2022, and assesses whether the electricity markets were contributing to the delivery of clean, affordable, and reliable energy and therefore effectively pushing towards the decarbonisation targets set by the European Green Deal.
A joint report by ACER and EEA underlines the need to double the flexibility of Europe’s power system to keep pace with the growth in renewables from variable sources, such as wind and solar.
ACER's report finds a lag in implementing the EU framework to assess and tackle electricity security of supply risks in a coordinated manner.
ACER’s monitoring finds much at stake as grid operators are still far off making 70% transmission capacity available for cross-zonal electricity trade.
As part of its series of 2023 Market Monitoring Reports, ACER publishes its assessment of emergency measures in electricity markets.
ACER, in collaboration with PwC consultants, publishes its second report on unit investment costs indicators.
ACER’s report on electricity transmission and distribution tariff methodologies reviews the national practices across the EU Member States and Norway.
Another record-high Inter-TSO compensation (ITC) mechanism fund size reported in 2021.
ACER’s 70% target report finds that most Member States did not significantly improve, in 2021, the interconnection capacity they make available for trading electricity with their neighbours. Countries need to do more to reach the EU’s minimum 70% interconnector capacity margin available for cross-zonal electricity trading.