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Natural gas (gas) remains an essential component of the energy supply of the Union. A large proportion of such gas is imported into the Union from third countries.
A major disruption of gas supply can affect all Member States, the Union and Contracting Parties to the Treaty establishing the Energy Community, signed in Athens on 25 October 2005. It can also severely damage the Union economy and can have a major social impact, in particular on vulnerable groups of customers.
This Regulation aims to ensure that all the necessary measures are taken to safeguard an uninterrupted supply of gas throughout the Union, in particular to protected customers in the event of difficult climatic conditions or disruptions of the gas supply. Those objectives should be achieved through the most cost-effective measures and in such a way that gas markets are not distorted. Full text
In line with Regulation (EC) No 715/2009, it is necessary to establish a network code on harmonised transmission tariff structures for gas, and set out the Union-wide rules which have the objectives of contributing to market integration, enhancing security of supply and promoting the interconnection between gas networks.
A crucial step in reaching these objectives is to increase the transparency of transmission tariff structures and procedures towards setting them. Therefore, it is necessary to set out the requirements for publishing the information related to the determination of the revenues of transmission system operators and to the derivation of different transmission and non-transmission tariffs. These requirements should enable network users to understand better the tariffs set for both transmission services and non-transmission services, as well as how such tariffs have changed, are set and may change. Full text.
To ensure the operational security of the interconnected transmission system, it is essential to define a common set of minimum requirements for Union-wide system operation, for the cross-border cooperation between the TSOs and for utilising the relevant characteristics of the connected DSOs and SGUs.
All TSOs should comply with the common minimum requirements on procedures necessary to prepare real-time operation, to develop individual and deliver common grid models, to facilitate the efficient and coordinated use of remedial actions which are necessary for real-time operation in order to maintain the operational security, quality and stability of the interconnected transmission system, and to support the efficient functioning of the European internal electricity market and facilitate the integration of renewable energy sources (‘RES’). Full text.
REMIT Regional Workshop is intended for energy companies and NRA’s at a regional level. We have set-up 4 working groups and the registration is open even for Stakeholders.The main purpose of regional Workshops is to analyze in a specific group the REMIT, his Implementing Act, ACER Guidances and technical documents. Security of data reporting and ARIS collection system will be analyzed as also.
4th session in 2020
RG 1 – HU, RO, BG, EL, CY on 9 March
RG 2 – HU, AT, SI, HR, SK, CZ, on 15 March
RG 3 – AT, SI, IT, FR, MT, ES, PT, MT on 25 March
REMIT Local Workshop is intended for energy companies at a national level. For each European country we have a one-time a year Workshop and the registration can be made based only on received invitation.
The main purpose of local Workshops is to analyze the main obligation from REMIT and his Implementing Act, to analyze ACER Guidances and technical documents such as TRUM, MOP or XML reporting schemas. Security of data reporting and ARIS collection system will be analyzed as also.
Join us at the local Workshop and you will have the opportunity to analyze, debate, interact and exchange information with other market participants. For more information about the Workshop available in your country, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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