Workshop 2 on alternative countertrade models

Energinet hereby invites stakeholders to the second of two workshops to discuss alternative countertrade models.

Today, Energinet uses the regulating power market, i.e. special regulation, to conduct countertrade at our borders. 
In 2017, Energinet and TenneT prepared a joint impact assessment of possible countertrade models, and the result of the impact assessment was that the continued use of special regulation was sufficient. 
Energinet has since seen a steadily increasing demand for countertrade, a trend which is expected to continue, combined with significant regulatory developments such as article 16 of EU regulation 2019/943 on the internal market for electricity (70% rule) and ACER's decision on article 30 of the Guideline for Electricity Balancing (principles for determining prices for balancing energy). 
Due to the increased demand and regulatory developments, Energinet has launched studies to analyse new possible operationally efficient countertrade models that promote market liquidity to replace the current use of special regulation.
As part of this work, earlier this year Energinet invited all interested stakeholders (TSOs, market participants, national regulatory authorities and other interested parties) to participate in two workshops to provide input to the work of analysing feasible countertrade models.
Energinet held the first of these two workshops on 21 August 2020. 
The second workshop will be held as a virtual event on 12 January 2021 from 10.00 to 14.00.  

Please use the link at the top or in the right-hand side to register for workshop II.
Registration Deadline
08 January 2021 at 12.00 PM
12 January 2021
10.00 AM-02.00 PM
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