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Implementation of guideline on capacity allocation and congestion management

​​​​The CACM Regulation sets out specific obligations for NEMOs, TSOs, regulatory authorities and the Agency regarding the development and approval of different terms and conditions or methodologies, which are considered as detailed rules for the operation of Internal Electricity Market in the day-ahead and intraday timeframe. Article 9 of CACM Regulation describes the process of adoption of these terms and conditions or methodologies. In accordance with Article 9(6) of CACM Regulation these terms and conditions or methodologies are divided into European, regional and national. They are developed either by TSOs or NEMOs and in specific cases the cooperation of both is required. A proposal from NEMOs or TSOs should typically be consulted upon in accordance with Article 12 of CACM Regulation and submitted to the concerned regulatory authorities and to the Agency in accordance Article 9(9) of CACM Regulation. The proposal should contain a timescale for implementation and the expected impact on the objectives of the CACM Regulation (Article 3).

Regulation (EC) No 713/2009 has been repealed and replaced by the Regulation (EU) 2019/942 of 5 June 2019 and amends some procedures established by either Regulation (EC) 713/2009 or Regulation (EC) 714/2009.

The ‘old’ proc​edure for adoption of the terms and conditions or methodologies (before 4 July 2019) now applies for only regional and national decision making processes:

The concerned regulatory authorities should take decisions concerning the proposed terms and conditions or methodologies from NEMOs and/or TSOs within six months after the receipt of the proposal. Where the regulatory authorities are not able to approve the proposal, they can request an amendment, which gives the concerned NEMOs or TSOs two months for amending the proposal. Subsequently the regulatory authorities need to approve the amended proposal within two months after receiving the amended proposal. If the regulatory authorities are not able to reach an agreement or upon their joint request, the Agency becomes competent to adopt a decision on the proposal within six months from the referral.

The ‘new’ procedure (after 4 July 2019) now applies for only those terms and condition or methodologies, which are subject to approval by all regulatory authorities, in accordance to Article 9(6) of the CACM Regulation:

The Agency should take decisions concerning the proposed terms and conditions or methodologies from NEMOs and/or TSOs within six months after the receipt of the proposal.

To enable a regular review of the terms and conditions or methodologies, the TSOs or NEMOs responsible for developing these terms and conditions or methodologies may propose amendments to them and submit them for approval to regulatory authorities  or the Agency, respectively.

For the designatio​n of NEMOs and reviewing the existing bidding zone configuration, different rules and procedures apply and are described in more detail in pages​ Designation of NEMOs and Bidding zone​ review.​​​​

 

 

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