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Electricity 29-03-2019

Regulatory flaws in the Clean Energy Package, part 3: Biting more than we can chew in time?

Implementation deadlines prescribed in the new internal electricity market regulation and directive are very ambitious. Perhaps too ambitious - something is bound to be missed, either the deadlines or the goals of the new law.
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Electricity 18-02-2019

Regulatory flaws in Clean Energy Package, part 2: Can bad legislation deliver good regulation?

New rules on the internal electricity market, part of the Clean Energy Package (CEP), will soon be adopted. Volume, time pressure, complexity, and political weight took a toll on legislative quality – possibly leading to cumbersome implementation, writes Juliusz Kowalczyk.
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Energy 17-12-2018

75% capacity thresholds – do we really know what we are doing?

What is the point of building more and more grid, if we are not able to fully use what we have? Nothing is for free. Consumers are now paying the bill for all market inefficiencies, including transmission expansion beyond their reasonable needs, according to Poland's transmission system operator.
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Energy 14-12-2018

Power generation and transmission: quite far from a well-orchestrated symphony

The rise of renewables will require using the grid more efficiently. However, you cannot expect this from the market that neglects the grid as its fundamental assumption, write Konrad Purchała and Piotr Koryś.
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Electricity 29-10-2018

Regulatory flaws in the Clean Energy Package, part 1 – The bidding zones: Shaky foundations of complex machinery

The ambition behind the Clean Energy Package is to create a liquid, pan-European electricity market. However, the crucial tool - the appropriate representation of the grid in market processes - has been significantly blunted and remains flawed.
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Loopflows and unscheduled energy flows – explaining the mystery

Improving European cross-border markets will require progresses in grid investments, better zones, and better coordination of cross-border trade.

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