Europex feedback at intermediate stage of Commission study on sector coupling

Brussels, 20 March 2019 | Europex, the Association of European Energy Exchanges, welcomes the opportunity to provide feedback at this intermediate stage of the Commission study on “Potentials of sector coupling for decarbonisation – Assessing regulatory barriers in linking the gas and electricity sectors in the EU”. A cross-sectoral approach, including electricity and gas both conventional and renewable, is necessary in order to develop more system flexibility, to free up unused cross-sectoral potential and to increase the coordination and competitiveness between the gas and electricity sectors. Developing and enhancing this potential is a pre-condition for successfully implementing the energy transition
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Europex reactions to the CEER study on the Future Role of Gas

Brussels, 25 June 2018 | Europex welcomes the initiative from the Council of European Energy Regulators (CEER) to explore the Future Role of Gas (FROG) as well as its implications for the regulatory framework and infrastructure requirements. We share the view that gas plays a very significant role in Europe’s energy mix today and will continue to do so in the mid- and long-term. A variety of energy sources, including natural and renewable gas, will be required to meet the EU’s long-term objectives of secure, affordable and clean energy for all Europeans. Natural gas offers many advantages as a flexible
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