PSE - Polskie Sieci Elektroenergetyczne

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The EU’s electricity market: The good, the bad and the ugly

Instead of ideologically defending the EU market model against the US model, the EU would be much better off focusing its talent and brainpower on implementing this 21st century electricity market, argues Konrad Purchała.
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Polish Transmission System Operator: Europe needs to reshape its electricity market

The management and balancing of the power system is becoming more and more complicated and expensive, and the European TSOs face new challenges. In order to prevent the instability of the system and the increase of the energy costs for the end users, it is necessary to reshape the current electricity market.
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Electricity 23-04-2018

The development of electric transport is a big challenge for Poland, but also a huge opportunity

The development of electric transport is a big challenge for Poland, but also a huge opportunity – said Michał Kurtyka, Polish deputy minister of energy, during the presentation of Electromobility Development Plan, adopted by the Polish Council of Ministers in 2017.
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Electricity 18-01-2018

Worrying detachment of market and system operations

Minimal cross-zonal capacities for trade proposed by the latest draft of Electricity Regulation will lead to a fictitious wholesale market outcome, argues PSE.
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Energy 20-12-2017

Capacity market: An answer to the risk of shortages in generation capacity

Propositions set forth in the European Commission’s “Clean Energy for All Europeans” package are biased towards the model of pan-European energy-only market, argues PSE, a Polish transmission system operator.