Electricity


European electricity market (Final Report)’ demonstrated that the present rules and measures neither provide the necessary framework nor provide for the creation of interconnection capacities to achieve the objective of a well-functioning, efficient and open internal market.

The voluntary guidelines for good third-party access practice for storage system operators, agreed by all stakeholders at the Madrid Forum, are being insufficiently applied and therefore need to be made binding.

The System Operation network codes aim to develop a harmonised system operation regime considering past experiences (e.g. coordination issues) and future challenges (renewable energy sources penetration), enabling at the same time the proper functioning and technical evolution of the European electricity market

ACER is carrying out various activities related to network development and infrastructure regulation. They relate to the following specific aspects: Network development, which includes activities related to the ENTSO-E Ten Year Network Development Plan and national plans;

The tasks of the ENTSO for Electricity should be carried out in compliance with Community competition rules which remain applicable to the decisions of the ENTSO for Electricity.

Member States should promote cooperation and monitor the effectiveness of the network at regional level. Cooperation at regional level should be compatible with progress towards a competitive and efficient internal market in electricity.

Regulation No 1775 from 2005

Regulation No 1099 from 2008

Regulation No 713 from 2009 (Establishing an Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators)

Regulation No 714 from 2009 (Conditions for Access to the Network for Cross-Border Exchanges in Electricity)

Regulation No 182 from 2011

Regulation No 1227 from 2011 (REMIT)

Regulation No 1316 from 2013

Regulation No 347 from 2013 (TYNDP)

Regulation No 1348 from 2014 (Imp. REMIT)

Regulation No 256 from 2014

Regulation No 1222 from 2015 (Capacity allocation and congestion management)

Regulation No 631 from 2016 (Network code on requirements for grid connection of generators)

Directive 2009/72/EC repealing Directive 2003/54/EC Concerning common rules for the internal market in electricity

European electricity market 2016

Since the adoption of the Third Internal Energy Market Package, wholesale markets are increasingly characterised by fair and open competition, and – though still insufficient – competition is also taking root at the retail level. As a result of increased... read more

Electricity market design

A new electricity market design is mandatory. Today’s electricity market differs fundamentally from the market five years ago. Firstly, the share of electricity produced by renewables is expected to grow from 25% today to 50% in 2030. But when the sun is not... read more

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