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REDISPATCHING AND COUNTERTRADING

​DEVELOPMENT OF METHODOLOGIES RELATED TO REDISPATCHING AND COUNTERTRADING

 

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Coordination of redispatching and countertrading

Pursuant to Article 35 of the CACM Regulation, all the TSOs of each CCR need to develop a proposal for a common methodology for coordinated redispatching and countertrading.

Action 1: By May 2018, the TSOs from CCRs BALTIC, CHANNEL, GRIT, HANSA, ITALY NORTH, IU, NORDIC, SEE and SWE submitted to the concerned regulatory authorities and the Agency the proposals for a methodology for the coordination of redispatching and countertrading. TSOs from CCR CORE submitted such proposal by March 2019.

Action 2: In September 2018, the relevant regulatory authorities requested from their respective TSOs to amend the proposal for the coordination of redispatching and countertrading for the CCRs CHANNEL and IU. In October 2018, the relevant regulatory authorities requested from their respective TSOs to amend the proposal for the coordination of redispatching and countertrading for the CCRs BALTIC, HANSA and NORDIC. Regulatory authorities from CCR SEE issued such request in November 2018. Regulatory authorities from CCR ITALY NORTH issued such request in December 2018.

Action 3: By November 2018, the TSOs from CCRs BALTIC, CHANNEL, GRIT, IU, and NORDIC submitted to the concerned regulatory authorities the amended proposals for the coordination of redispatching and countertrading. TSOs from CCRs HANSA and SEE submitted such amended proposals by December 2018. TSOs from CCRs ITALY NORTH submitted such amended proposals by December 2018.

Action 4: By June 2019, regulatory authorities approved the proposal for the coordination of redispatching and countertrading for the CCR BALTIC, CHANNEL, HANSA, GR-IT, ITALY NORTH, NORDIC and SWE.

Action 5: In February 2019, relevant regulatory authorities requested from their respective TSOs to amend for a second time the proposal for common coordinated capacity calculation methodology for the CCR IU and CCR SWE.

Action 6: In February 2019, the regulatory authorities of the CCR SEE referred the amended proposal for the coordination of redispatching and countertrading 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: In March 2019, the regulatory authorities of the CCR SWE submitted for the second time an amended proposal for common coordinated capacity calculation methodology for the CCR IU and CCR SWE.

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.

 

Cost sharing for coordinated redispatching and countertrading

Pursuant to Article 74 of the CACM Regulation, all TSOs of each CCR need to develop a proposal for a common methodology for redispatching and countertrading cost sharing.

Action 1: By May 2018, the TSOs from CHANNEL, GRIT, HANSA, ITALY NORTH, IU, NORDIC and SWE submitted to the concerned regulatory authorities and the Agency the proposals for a methodology for sharing the cost for coordinated redispatching and countertrading. TSOs from CCR CORE submitted such proposal by March 2019.

Action 2: In October 2018, the relevant regulatory authorities requested from their respective TSOs to amend the proposal for the redispatching and countertrading cost sharing for the CCRs CHANNEL, HANSA, IU and NORDIC. Regulatory authorities from CCR ITALY NORTH issued such request in December 2018. Regulatory authorities from CCR SEE issued such request in March 2019.

Action 3: By November 2018, the TSOs from CCRs CHANNEL, GRIT, IU, and NORDIC submitted to the concerned regulatory authorities the amended proposals for the redispatching and countertrading cost sharing. TSOs from CCR HANSA submitted such proposal by December 2018. TSOs from CCR ITALY NORTH notified concerned regulatory authorities that they failed to submit such proposal by February 2019.​

Action 4: By May 2019, the relevant regulatory authorities approved the proposal for the redispatching and countertrading cost sharing for the CCR BALTIC, CHANNEL, HANSA, GR-IT, NORDIC and SWE.

Action 5: In January 2019, the relevant regulatory authorities requested from their respective TSOs to amend for a second time the proposal for common coordinated capacity calculation methodology cost sharing for the CCRs IU and SWE.

Action 6: In March 2019, the TSOs from CCR SWE submitted to the concerned regulatory authorities the amended proposal for the redispatching and countertrading cost sharing.​

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.

 

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