ENTSOE- Transparency: Towards an Open and Competitive Internal Energy Market & TYNDP 2016: Stakeholder Workshop on Inclusion of Transmission and Storage Projects

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Transparency: Towards an Open and Competitive Internal Energy Market

Another step towards the completion of the internal energy market (IEM) and in compliance with Regulation (EU) No. 543/2013 on submission and publication of data in electricity markets, the ENTSO-E Transparency Platform went live on 5 January, 2015.

The European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity has launched the ENTSO-E Transparency Platform.  ​​For over a decade, European institutions and energy market participants have been working to create a single, open and competitive European electricity and gas market: the internal energy market. A level playing ground, where all market participants – big and small, incumbents and new entrants, businesses and citizens – have free and equal access to fundamental data and information on pan-European wholesale energy generation, transmission and consumption, is now a reality. The new ENTSO-E Transparency Platform provides this access.

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TYNDP 2016: Stakeholder Workshop on Inclusion of Transmission and Storage Projects

In preparation of the Ten-Year Network Development Plan 2016 (TYNDP) ENTSO-E is organising a public stakeholder workshop for inclusion of transmission and storage projects. All interested parties are invited to participate in this workshop, which will take place on 25 February 2015, from 10:00 to 15:00, at the ENTSO-E premises in Brussels.

The workshop will focus on the new European Commission guidelines for the inclusion of transmission and storage projects in the TYNDP 2016. A first draft will be made available one week before the workshop to enable participants to take full advantage of the event.

The projects complying with the guidelines will be integrated in the TYNDP 2016 and assessed in accordance with the European wide Cost Benefit Analysis methodology. Projects part of the TYNDP are eligible to be submitted for the EC Projects of Common Interest (PCIs) process – Art 3(7) of the Regulation (EU) 347/2013.

During the workshop ENTSO-E and the European Commission will present the legal and technical criteria under which a project can be included in the TYNDP 2016 and the submission process for the ENTSO-E TYNDP and EC PCI. Following this event, ENTSO-E will open in April 2015 the submission window for the inclusion of projects in the 2016 version of the report.

Workshop Registration

Registration closes on Wednesday 18 February.

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