Update – the letter to the Member State is available in the Case register.
The Agency published yesterday the yearly report on the costs reported by Nominated Electricity Market Operators (NEMOs) and Transmission System Operators (TSOs) in order to establish, amend and operate single day-ahead and intraday coupling, according to the EU Regulation on Capacity Allocation and Congestion Management (CACM Regulation). The report covers the year 2017.
The annual Energy Infrastructure Forum is organised by the European Commission and takes place in Copenhagen, Denmark. Representatives of the EU institutions, transmission system operators, project promoters, regulators, energy companies, NGOs and civil society and the financing community meet to discuss the challenges of developing Europe’s energy infrastructure and building an internal energy market.
The Agency has adopted a Decision – at the request of all National Regulatory Authorities (NRAs) for energy – to extend the period for reaching an agreement on the amended proposal presented by Transmission System Operators (TSOs) for a common methodology for calculating scheduled exchanges resulting from single intraday coupling.
An EU-funded project has developed guidelines and tools for energy providers and policymakers that are empowering businesses, communities and households to use electricity wisely, saving consumers money and promoting sustainability.
Europe’s changing energy market is attracting new, smaller players that lack experience and know-how when it comes to negotiating commercial transactions. An EU-funded project has come up with a solution to help them make better decisions.
In line with the new Energy Law transposing the Third Energy Package, North Macedonia has launched a procedure to select the country’s universal electricity supplier and supplier of last resort for a period of five years.