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Staying together along the same lines

Cutting edge transparency on the electricity market

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On 5th January 2015, European Transmission System Operators started publishing key fundamental electricity market data on a central platform implemented by ENTSO-E. Information on consumption, generation, cross-border transmission capacity, transmission network and balancing is published based on the same format and described in the same way for all of the countries in the Union. The electricity market is therefore becoming one of the most transparent industrial sectors in Europe. Read more…

2015.01.23
On 23rd January, the French Energy Minister signed the Order approving the rules for the capacity mechanism. Discussions on this mechanism will take place from 1st April 2015, for implementation in 2017.

Flow-based project goes live

The approval of the NRAs has been postponed at least to the 23rd April, pending on the delivery of a definitive package by project parties on February 20th. CWE Partners will communicate a new go-live date to Market Participants when visibility is provided on the NRA approval process. Join us to discuss the project as we prepare for the final stages before launch. Read more…

Cross-border transmission capacity
CACM Network Code all set to go!

The Capacity Allocation and Congestion Management Code will come into force in early summer 2015, making it the first Network Code developed by ENTSO-E to be granted approval. Its aim is to standardise cross-border management practices at European level. How will this impact the operation of the European market?

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NEBEF: from an experimentation to a permanent mechanism

The new NEBEF 2.0 rules mark the end of the experimental phase following the 'Brottes law' and the start of a permanent mechanism defining the regulatory requirements (the load reduction Order was published in July 2014). Validated by the Energy Regulation Commission on 17th December 2014, these rules also include various new elements to improve the mechanism. Read more…

Frequency ancillary services market opens up to traders

Since the 1st January 2015, traders have been able to exchange primary or secondary frequency reserves with counterparties (such as generators or consumers) by mutual agreement. Read more…

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