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Involvement of stakeholders in the implementation of EB Regulation

​​​​​​Development and amendments to EB Regulation


The EB Regulation has been developed in close cooperation with the Agency, ENTSO-E and stakeholders, in order to adopt effective, balanced and proportionate rules in a transparent and participative manner. In accordance with Article 18(3) of Regulation (EC) No 714/2009, the Commission will consult the Agency, ENTSO-E and other relevant stakeholders, before proposing any amendment to EB Regulation.

Development of terms and conditions or methodologies

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Every proposal for the terms and conditions or methodologies should be submitted to public consultation before its submission for regulatory approval, in accordance with Article 10 of the EB Regulation. The entities responsible for performing the consultation should duly consider the views of stakeholders resulting from the consultation, prior to its submission for regulatory approval. In all cases, a clear and robust justification for including or not the views resulting from the consultation should be developed and published in a timely manner before or simultaneously with the publication of the respective proposal.


Implementation of EB Regulation


Market European Stakeholder Committee (MESC): Pursuant to Article 9 of the EB Regulation, the Agency, in close cooperation with ENTSO-E, has established the Market European Stakeholder Committee (MESC), in order to organise stakeholder involvement regarding general aspects of the implementat​ion of the EB Regulation and holds regular meetings with stakeholders to identify problems and propose improvements notably related to the integration of electricity balancing market.

Details on the activities of MESC


Electricity Balancing Stakeholder Group (EBSG): Pursuant to Article 9 of the EB Regulation, the Agency, in close cooperation with ENTSO-E, has also established the Electricity Balancing Stakeholder Group (EBSG), in order to organise specific stakeholder involvement regarding the implementation of EB Regulation. EBSG holds regular meetings with stakeholders to identify problems and propose improvements related to the integrated electricity balancing market.

Details of the activities of EBSG

 

 

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