The Decision establishes that the Regional Booking Platform (‘RBP’), operated by FGSZ Ltd (Földgázszállító Zrt.) will offer the platform services on the German-Polish border. RBP will offer the services until the concerned transmission system operators come to an agreement on the permanent use of a booking platform and for a maximum of three years.
Case numbers: A-001-2019 (consolidated) and A-003-2019.
The first day will focus on REMIT Strategy topics: Applying REMIT in an evolving regulatory landscape and Enforcing REMIT: cases, ambition, strategy and coordination.
The second day will focus on REMIT technical/operational topics in the fields of surveillance, market conduct as well as data collection and data quality. The Forum will also include a session on the future of REMIT.
With the ambitious EU decarbonisation targets to 2050 arise many questions about the future of gas. The importance of renewable gases such as bio-methane, hydrogen, and synthetic gas is expected to grow in the future. In light of this, CERRE will present the results and policy recommendations of its new report ‘Future markets for renewable gases & hydrogen: What would be the optimal regulatory provisions?’
The general objective of the Study was to assess the de jure and de facto independence of the national regulatory authorities (hereinafter: NRAs) in the field of energy and their effectiveness in performing key tasks in the following 12 Member States: Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia and Spain.
The European Commission has approved, under EU State aid rules, a scheme to support electricity production from renewable sources in Italy. The measure will contribute to the EU environmental objectives without unduly distorting competition.