Public Workshop on the long term capacity calculation methodology for the Core Capacity Calculation Region
What is it about?
ACER organised this workshop to present and discuss the long term capacity calculation methodology for the Core Capacity Calculation Region with stakeholders, in order to take informed decisions.
On 30 April 2021, ACER received a request by the Core National Regulatory Authorities (NRAs) to adopt a decision on the Core TSOs Proposal of the Long Term Capacity Calculation methodology (LT CCM) according to the Forward Capacity Allocation (FCA) Regulation.The Core region comprises of 13 countries: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Croatia, France, Germany, Hungary, Luxemburg, the Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia.
Long‐term cross border capacity calculation promotes effective long‐term cross‐zonal trade. By calculating reliable capacities and making them available to market participants at an early stage, long-term capacity calculation allows for long‐term planning and provides hedging opportunities.
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On 5th July 2021 ACER launched a public consultation in order to collect comments from stakeholders on this methodology and take informed decisions. The deadline for responses to the public consultation is 31 July.
In this public workshop, ACER presented the methodology and its proposals for amendments, providing also clarifications to the stakeholders for the questions of the public consultation, seeking their input on the topics of their interest.