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SETTLEMENT

DEVELOPMENT OF METHODOLOGIES RELATED TO TSO-TSO SETTLEMENT


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EU-wide TSO-TSO settlement rules for the intended exchanges of energy

Pursuant to Article 50(1) of the EB Regulation, all TSOs need to develop a proposal for common settlement rules applicable to all intended exchanges of energy, and submit it to all regulatory authorities for approval and to the Agency for information.

Action 1: By February 2019, all TSOs submitted to all regulatory authorities and the Agency the proposal for common settlement rules applicable to all intended exchanges of energy.

Action 2: By July 2019, all regulatory authorities requested from all TSOs to amend the proposal for common settlement rules applicable to all intended exchanges of energy.

You can find documents related to the above actions here.

You can find the exact dates of the above actions in the implementation table here.

 

TSO-TSO settlement rules for the intended exchange of energy within a synchronous area

Pursuant to Article 50(3) of the EB Regulation, all TSOs intentionally exchanging energy within a synchronous area need to develop a proposal for common settlement rules applicable to intended exchanges of energy and submit it to the concerned regulatory authorities for approval and to the Agency for information. This proposal is limited to the intended exchanges of energy as a result of (a) the frequency containment process, and/or (b) the ramping period.


Action 1: By June 2019, all TSOs from synchronous area Continental Europe submitted to the relevant regulatory authorities and the Agency the proposal for common settlement rules applicable to all intended exchanges of energy due to the frequency containment process, and/or the ramping period within a synchronous area.

You can find documents related to the above actions here.

You can find the exact dates of the above actions in the implementation table here.

 

TSO-TSO settlement rules for the intended exchange of energy for all asynchronously connected TSOs

Pursuant to Article 50(4) of the EB Regulation, all asynchronously connected TSOs intentionally exchanging energy between synchronous areas need to develop a proposal for common settlement rules applicable to intended exchanges of energy, and submit it to the concerned regulatory authorities for approval and to the Agency for information. This proposal is limited to the intended exchanges of energy as a result of (a) the frequency containment process for active power output, and/or (b) the ramping restrictions for active power output.


Action 1: By June 2019, all asynchronously connected TSOs intentionally exchanging energy between synchronous areas, i.e. 50Hertz, BritNed, Eirgrid, ElecLinK, Elering, Elia, Energinet, Fingrid, Litgrid, Moyle, National Grid ESO, NGIL, PSE, RTE, SONI, Svenska kraftnät, TenneT DE and TenneT NL, submitted to the relevant regulatory authorities and the Agency the proposal for common settlement rules applicable to all intended exchanges of energy within a synchronous area, due to the frequency containment process for active power output, and/or the ramping restrictions for active power output.

You can find documents related to the above actions here.

You can find the exact dates of the above actions in the implementation table here.

 

TSO-TSO settlement rules for the unintended exchange of energy for each synchronous area

Pursuant to Article 51(1) of the EB Regulation, all TSOs of a synchronous area need to develop a proposal for common settlement rules applicable to all unintended exchanges of energy, and submit it to the concerned regulatory authorities for approval and to the Agency for information.

Action 1: By June 2019, all TSOs from synchronous area Continental Europe submitted to the relevant regulatory authorities and the Agency the proposal for common settlement rules applicable to all intended exchanges of energy within their synchronous area.
Action 2: By June 2019, all TSOs from synchronous area Baltic submitted to the relevant regulatory authorities and the Agency the proposal for common settlement rules applicable to all intended exchanges of energy within their synchronous area.

You can find documents related to the above actions here.

You can find the exact dates of the above actions in the implementation table here.

 

TSO-TSO settlement rules for the unintended exchange of energy for all asynchronously connected TSOs

Pursuant to Article 51(2) of the EB Regulation, all asynchronously connected TSOs need to develop a proposal for common settlement rules applicable to all unintended exchanges of energy between asynchronously connected TSOs and submit it to the concerned regulatory authorities for approval and to the Agency for information.

Action 1: By July 2019, all asynchronously connected TSOs intentionally exchanging energy between synchronous areas, i.e. 50Hertz, BritNed, Eirgrid, ElecLinK, Elering, Elia, Energinet, Fingrid, Litgrid, Moyle, National Grid ESO, NGIL, PSE, RTE, SONI, Svenska kraftnät, TenneT DE and TenneT NL, submitted to the relevant regulatory authorities and the Agency the proposal for common settlement rules applicable to all unintended exchanges of energy between asynchronously connected TSOs.

You can find documents related to the above actions here.

You can find the exact dates of the above actions in the implementation table here.

 

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