NordREG is gathering the views of stakeholders with experience of aggregation. The first and most pressing issue we are seeking to address, is the new requirement to allow for ‘independent aggregators’ (IA) under the new Electricity Directive. NordREG is aiming to align our approach to the regulatory framework around independent aggregation where possible to minimise cross-border barriers. This raises a lot of questions around metering, settlement, balance responsibility, market design and how such a system of aggregation could work in practice.
Time: 9:00 – 15.00, 21st Jan, 2020
Place: Radisson Blu Arlanda Airport Conference
Please register your attendance and food allergy to email@example.com before 17th Jan 2020. Attendance is limited, so only one seat per organization is guaranteed.
9:00 Breakfast and mingel
10:00 Types of Markets for IAs
10:45 Balance Responsibility and Settlement
12:00 Measurement and Data Exchange
13:00 Measurement and Data Exchange continued
13:50 Compensation for indirect imbalances