Capacity allocation in Article 14 of the Electricity Regulation recast: Setting the right principles to maximise transmission capacity available for trading in order to foster further market integration

Brussels, 8 November 2018 | In the EU’s internal energy market, the amount of trade between bidding zones is constrained by the amount of available cross-zonal transmission capacity. Maximising the amount of the cross-zonal capacity available to the market, while respecting necessary operational security standards, is therefore a prerequisite for achieving an efficient integrated internal energy market and realising the associated increase in welfare. In this context, the process to calculate and allocate capacity on the bidding zone borders is vitally important. However, there is significant scope to improve the current situation. The ACER 2017 Market Monitoring Report (MMR) compared
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“Delivering the benefits of efficient wholesale energy markets to European consumers” – EFET and Europex hold joint policy lunch hosted by Martina Werner, MEP

Brussels, 5 December 2017 | On Tuesday 28 November 2017, EFET and Europex held a common policy lunch on “Delivering the benefits of efficient wholesale energy markets to European consumers”, hosted by MEP Martina Werner at the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium. The event featured a panel discussion on the Clean Energy for All Europeans Package. Both the host, Martina Werner, MEP, and the special guest speaker Oliver Koch, Deputy Head of Unit, DG ENER, focused their remarks on the central role of electricity wholesale markets. Jérôme Le Page, Manager for European Electricity Markets at EFET, and Rickard Nilsson, Head
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