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POST-COUPLING PROCESSES

DEVELOPMENT OF METHODOLOGIES RELATED TO POST-COUPLING PROCESSES

 

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Fallback procedures

Pursuant to Article 44 of the CACM Regulation, each TSO in coordination with all the other TSOs in the capacity calculation region, needs to develop a proposal for fallback procedures and submit it to the concerned regulatory authorities for approval and to the Agency for information.

Action 1: By June 2017, all TSOs from each CCR submitted to the concerned regulatory authorities and the Agency the proposals for fallback procedures. The delay in the submission was caused by the delay in the approval of the MCO plan.

Action 2: By December 2017, the regulatory authorities of the CCRs CHANNEL, HANSA, GRIT and IU approved the respective proposals for fallback procedures.

Action 3: By December 2017, the regulatory authorities of the CCRs BALTIC,  CORE, ITALY NORTH, NORDIC, SEE and SWE requested from their TSOs to amend the respective proposals for fallback procedures.

Action 4: By February 2018, the TSOs of the CCRs BALTIC, ITALY NORTH, NORDIC, SEE and SWE submitted to the concerned regulatory authorities and the Agency the respective amended proposals for fallback procedures.

Action 5: By April 2018, the regulatory authorities of the CCRs BALTIC, ITALY NORTH, NORDIC, SEE and SWE approved the respective amended proposals for fallback procedures.

Action 6: In March 2018, the regulatory authorities of the CORE CCR referred the amended proposal for fallback procedures to the Agency for a decision in accordance with the procedure set out in Article 9(12) of the CACM Regulation. The reason for the referral was that they were not able to reach an agreement on the amended proposal.

Action 7: By May 2018, the TSOs of CCR CHANNEL submitted to the concerned regulatory authorities and the Agency a proposal for amendment of the fallback procedures.

Action 8: In September 2018, the Agency adopted a decision on the amended proposal for the Core CCR fallback procedures.

You can find documents related to the above actions here.

You can find the exact dates of the above actions in the implementation table here.

You can find the approved fallback procedures here. 

 

Calculation of scheduled exchanges

Pursuant to Articles 43 and 56 of the CACM Regulation, the TSOs which intend to calculate scheduled exchanges resulting from single day ahead coupling and single intraday coupling need to develop a proposal for a methodology for calculation of scheduled exchanges and submit it to all regulatory authorities for approval and to the Agency for information.  

Action 1: By December 2016, the TSOs, which intended to calculate scheduled exchanges, submitted to the concerned regulatory authorities and the Agency the proposal for the methodology for calculating scheduled exchanges.  

Action 2: In September 2017, all regulatory authorities sent a letter to all TSOs requesting that all TSOs should submit to all regulatory authorities the proposal for the methodology for calculation of scheduled exchanges by December 2017.

Action 3: By March 2018, all TSOs submitted to all regulatory authorities and the Agency the proposal for the methodology for calculation of scheduled exchanges.

Action 4: In September 2018, all regulatory authorities requested from all TSOs to amend the proposal for calculation of scheduled exchanges.

You can find documents related to the above actions here.

You can find the exact dates of the above actions in the implementation table here.

 

Congestion income distribution

Pursuant to Article 73 of the CACM Regulation, all TSOs need to develop a proposal for a congestion income distribution methodology and submit it to all regulatory authorities for approval and to the Agency for information.

Action 1: By August 2016, all TSOs submitted to all regulatory authorities and the Agency the proposal for congestion income distribution methodology.

Action 2: By February 2017, all regulatory authorities requested from all TSOs to amend the proposal for congestion income distribution methodology.

Action 3: By April 2017, all TSOs submitted to all regulatory authorities and the Agency the amended proposal for congestion income distribution methodology.

Action 4: In June 2017, all regulatory authorities referred the amended proposal for congestion income distribution methodology to the Agency for a decision following the procedure set out in Article 9(12) of the CACM Regulation. The reason for the referral was that they were not able to reach an agreement on the proposal.

Action 5: In December 2017, the Agency adopted a decision on the proposal for the congestion income distribution.

The congestion income distribution methodology should be implemented in each respective capacity calculation region at the date of implementation of the capacity calculation methodology in accordance with Articles 20 and 21 of the CACM Regulation.

You can find documents related to the above actions here.

You can find the exact dates of the above actions in the implementation table here.

You can find the approved proposal for the congestion income distribution methodology here.

 

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