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1 Directorate General for Energy and Transport European Commission Directorate General for Energy and Transport Progress in the Electricity and Gas Single Market 2nd benchmarking report Nathalie Vande Velde Electricity and Gas Unit

2 Directorate General for Energy and Transport Objectives of benchmarking exercise Measure effectiveness of market opening Highlight both progress and problems Embarrass Member States where necessary Support Community Objectives Directorate General for Energy and Transport

3 Timetable for benchmarking Directorate General for Energy and Transport Oct 2002: initial report for Energy Council Dec 2002: draft report on Candidate Countries March 2003: final consolidated report May 2003: beginning of process for 3rd report

4 Directorate General for Energy and Transport Member States

5 Directorate General for Energy and Transport Electricity market Member States’ current plans (post ) Directorate General for Energy and Transport 20%40%60%80%100% Austria Belgium Denmark Finland France Germany Greece Ireland Italy Luxembourg Netherlands Portugal Spain Sweden United Kingdom

6 Directorate General for Energy and Transport Electricity Market Unbundling measures in Member States

7 Directorate General for Energy and Transport Electricity market Market structure in Member States Directorate General for Energy and Transport Generation Source: Eurostat

8 Directorate General for Energy and Transport Electricity market Customer Switching Directorate General for Energy and Transport Estimated switching

9 Directorate General for Energy and Transport 20%40%60%80%100% Austria Belgium Denmark Finland France Germany Greece Ireland Italy Luxembourg Netherlands Portugal Spain Sweden United Kingdom Gas market Member States’ existing plans Directorate General for Energy and Transport

10 Directorate General for Energy and Transport Gas Market Unbundling measures in Member States

11 Directorate General for Energy and Transport Gas market Market structure in Member States Directorate General for Energy and Transport Production and Import Source: Eurostat

12 Directorate General for Energy and Transport Gas market Customer Switching Directorate General for Energy and Transport Estimated switching: gas

13 Directorate General for Energy and Transport Regulators’ Resources Directorate General for Energy and Transport Number of Staff

14 Directorate General for Energy and Transport Accession Countries

15 Directorate General for Energy and Transport Czech Rep Cyprus Estonia Latvia Bulgaria Turkey Lithuania Romania EU Min Hungary Slovakia Poland Slovenia Malta Electricity market Market Opening Plans 20%40%60%80%100%

16 Directorate General for Energy and Transport Electricity market Unbundling of TSO

17 Directorate General for Energy and Transport Electricity market Publication of network tariffs

18 Directorate General for Energy and Transport Electricity market Concentration in generation market

19 Directorate General for Energy and Transport Czech Rep Estonia Latvia Bulgaria Turkey Lithuania Romania EU Min 2005 Hungary Slovakia Poland Slovenia Gas market Market Opening Plans 20%40%60%80%100% Eligibility limited to national production

20 Directorate General for Energy and Transport Gas market Unbundling of TSO

21 Directorate General for Energy and Transport Gas market Publication of network tariffs

22 Directorate General for Energy and Transport Gas market Concentration in wholesale gas market

23 Directorate General for Energy and Transport Regulators’ Resources: Accession Number of Staff

24 Directorate General for Energy and Transport Conclusions: Member States Directorate General for Energy and Transport Some progress in almost all Member States Remaining barriers as follows:- -high network tariffs -dominant players - insufficient interconnection -lack of transparent capacity allocation Result: constrained competitive activity

25 Directorate General for Energy and Transport Process of market opening well underway in Candidate countries Some obstacles remain, as in current Member States Greater harmonisation and move to full market opening will provide considerable benefits Directorate General for Energy and Transport Conclusions: Candidates


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