Presentation on theme: "Intraday projects - Commitment of the parties towards an integrated intraday market."— Presentation transcript:
Intraday projects - Commitment of the parties towards an integrated intraday market
Intraday: some concerns Two uncoordinated bilateral projects are about to be implemented One between France and Germany; One between Belgium and the Netherlands. Market participants have expressed their concerns at several occasions (e.g. during the stakeholder group meeting on 15 June) on the compatibility issues we may have to cope with between the 2 projects. They fear to be faced to issues comparable to EMCC – CWE and see further delays on the establishment of the target model. These concerns are partly shared by the EC and ERGEG. 2 1)Regulators ask TSOs and PXs of these two projects whether incompatibilities are susceptible to appear. 2)Regulators propose a common commitment by all parties to reassure market players and give a clear positive signal to the market.
Key messages for a commitment Thus, this commitment, published guise of a conclusion document of today’s meeting, could include the following key messages – to be discussed: Commitment of the two bilateral projects’ partners to tackle in advance any compatibility problems and to adapt to the target model if needed. Commitment of all parties to work together and strive to establish the target model in the North West Europe area as soon as possible. Commitment of all parties to implement a project open to extensions and new project participants, in a technical point of view as well as in terms of governance. Regulators with all stakeholders / associations (via AHAG and its intraday project) will define the key features of the target model by the end of the year. The main features are already known: implicit, continuous allocation of capacity. 3