The Energy Community Secretariat hosted the ENTSO-E System Development Committee, Regional Group Continental South East meeting on 11 May at its premises in Vienna. The meeting served to strengthen the cooperation between the Secretariat and the ENTSO-E Regional Group Continental South East (CSE), especially regarding regional investment planning and the selection of priority infrastructure projects.
“Fairer prices and more choice for European energy consumers”, this is the goal of the energy liberalisation and market integration. Network codes, jointly developed by the European Commission, the Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER) and the European Network for Transmission System Operators for gas and electricity, (ENTSOG and ENTSO-E), with the key involvement of stakeholders, provide European answers on technical and market issues. By the end of 2017 they will all be adopted. It is time to look into achievements but also the implementation and monitoring challenges. A joint conference is organised in Brussels to celebrate this common achievement and to discuss the next steps.
Find out in our Annual Report 2016, released this week. We are one year closer to seeing the internal energy market becoming reality: 2016 saw the acceleration of the implementation of the network codes, we planned the grid of the future with our TYNDP 2016, toured Europe to discuss regional cooperation, and much more.
ENTSO-E is launching on 11 April 2017 an online public consultation on the proposal for the Cross-zonal Intraday Capacity Pricing (CZIDCP) Methodology in accordance with Article 55 of Regulation (EU) 2015/1222 of 24 July 2015 establishing a guideline on capacity allocation and congestion management (CACM Regulation).
Gathering in Brussels on 30 March 2017, ENTSO-E’s Assembly voted positively on OST becoming a full member of the association. With TEIAS in Turkey as observer member, ENTSO-E now stretches over 36 countries.
Yesterday in Brussels, ENTSO-E Assembly elected Ben Voorhorst, COO of TenneT (having operations in The Netherlands and Germany), as its new President and re-elected Bente Hagem, Executive Vice-President Statnett (Norway) as Chair of the Board.
On 30 March ENTSO-E sent a letter to Michel Barnier and The Rt Hon David Davis MP encouraging them to look early on the energy dimension of Brexit and to say that ENTSO-E is ready to provide any technical and/or expert support as required.
Today ENTSO-E releases its key recommendations on the clean energy package for all europeans.
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