Public consultations

Consultation on the methodology for capacity calculation

The Nordic national regulatory authorities (“Nordic NRAs”) are launching a consultation on the methodology for capacity calculation developed by all TSOs in the Nordic capacity calculation region in accordance with Article 20(2) of Commission Regulation (EU) 2015/1222 of 24 July 2015 establishing a guideline on capacity calculation and congestion management (“CACM Regulation”).

The Nordic NRAs will assess and evaluate the proposal for approval within a period of 6 months or request changes to the proposal before the proposal can be approved.

The Nordic NRAs welcome written input on the methodology before the 26th of October 2017. Comments shall be sent to post@energitilsynet.dk with copy to slrs@energitilsynet.dk. Please mark your answers to the consultation with the following reference: Nordic Capacity Calculation Methodology.

Contact persons in NordREG:

Toril Naustvoll, NVE tna@nve.no

Jarno Lamponen, EV jarno.lamponen@energiavirasto.fi

Tobias Johansson, Ei tobias.johansson@ei.se

Søren Lorenz Søndergaard, DERA slrs@energitilsynet.dk

Consultation on the methodology for pricing intraday cross-zonal capacity

The Nordic national regulatory authorities (“Nordic NRAs”) are launching a consultation on the methodology for pricing intraday cross-zonal capacity developed by all TSOs in EU in accordance with Article 55 (3) of Commission Regulation (EU) 2015/1222 of 24 July 2015 establishing a guideline on capacity calculation and congestion management (“CACM Regulation”).

The Nordic NRAs will assess and evaluate the proposal in cooperation with the other NRAs in EU for approval by “all-NRAs” within a period of 6 months or request changes to the proposal before the proposal can be approved.

The Nordic NRAs welcome written input on the methodology before the 6th of October 2017. Comments (in English) shall be sent to post@energitilsynet.dk with copy to slrs@energitilsynet.dk  Please mark your answers to the consultation with the following reference: Methodology for pricing intraday cross-zonal capacity.

Contact persons in NordREG

Johan Leymann, Ei johan.leymann@ei.se

Mari Salo, EV mari.salo@energiavirasto.fi

Kristin Kolseth, NVE krk@nve.no

Søren Lorenz Rask Søndergaard, DERA slrs@energitilsynet.dk

Consultation on the CCR Nordic TSOs’ proposal for establishment of Fallback Procedures

The Nordic national regulatory authorities (“Nordic NRAs”) are launching a consultation on the all TSOs’ of the Nordic Capacity Calculation Region Proposal for Fallback Procedures in accordance with Article 44 of Commission Regulation (EU) 2015/1222 of 24 July 2015 establishing a guideline on capacity calculation and congestion management (“CACM Regulation”).

The proposal covers fallback procedures in the Nordic capacity calculation region.

The Nordic NRAs welcome written input on the proposed Fallback Procedures in the Nordic Capacity Calculation Region within the 9th of June 2017. Comments (in English) shall be sent to post@energitilsynet.dk with copy to kblp@energitilsynet.dk. Please mark your answers to the consultation with the following reference: CCR Nordic Fallback Procedures

Contact persons in NordREG

Linda Weman Tell, Ei
linda.weman.tell@ei.se

Mari Salo, EV
mailto:mari.salo@energiavirasto.fi

Helena Mellison Lindstad, NVE
hem@nve.no

Kimmie Byriel Laage-Petersen, DERA
mailto:kblp@energitilsynet.dk

 

Consultation on shipping arrangements between different central counter parties for the exchange of energy for the Nordic bidding zones

The Nordic national regulatory authorities (“Nordic NRAs”) are launching a consultation on proposed shipping arrangements for the Nordic bidding zones.

The Nordic NRAs were informed in December 2016 by EPEX SPOT SE and Nord Pool AS that they could not decide on shipping arrangements for the Nordic region. The Nordic NRAs have therefore initiated the process of deciding on shipping arrangements in accordance with article 68(6) in Regulation (EU) 2015/1222 establishing a guideline on capacity calculation and congestion management (“CACM Regulation”).

The Nordic NRAs welcome written input on the proposed shipping arrangements within the 9th of June 2017. Comments (in English) shall be sent to registrator@ei.se. Please mark your answers to the consultation with the following reference number 2017-100343.

Contact persons in NordREG

Linda Weman Tell, Ei
linda.weman.tell@ei.se

Kimmie Byriel Laage-Petersen, DERA
KBLP@energitilsynet.dk

Mari Salo, EV
mari.salo@energiavirasto.fi

Helena Mellison Lindstad, NVE
hem@nve.no

 

Consultation on the Nordic TSOs proposal for arrangements concerning more than one nominated electricity market operator (NEMO) in a bidding zone

This consultation concerns a common proposal developed by the Nordic Transmission System Operators regarding arrangements concerning more than one NEMO in a bidding zone in accordance with Article 45 and 57 of the Commission Regulation (EU) No 2015/1222 of 24 July 2015 establishing a Guideline on Capacity Allocation and Congestion Management (CACM).

The approval of the TSOs proposal is a task for each induvial energy regulator. However, as the Nordic TSOs have developed a common proposal and the Nordic energy regulators are working closely on this matter, a NordREG consultation will be held.

NordREG welcomes written input on the proposed arrangements within the 16th of September 2016. Comments (in English) can be sent to registrator@ei.se. Please mark your answers to the consultation with the following reference number 2016-101956.

Consultation Response

Contact persons in NordREG

Maria Rydberg, Ei
maria.rydberg@ei.se

Lisbet Vedel Thomsen, DERA
lvt@energitilsynet.dk

Mari Salo, EV
mari.salo@energiavirasto.fi

Helena Lindstad Mellison, NVE
hem@nve.no

Consultation on NordREG-report on measures to support the functioning of the Nordic financial electricity market

NordREG launches a market consultation on the report:

The report was commissioned by NordREG in light of the recent development of the Guideline on Forward Capacity Allocation (FCA). The report describes potential measures to consider in cases where insufficient hedging opportunities have been identified in certain bidding areas. The consultants were asked to describe and analyse different models for TSO involvement in the forward electricity market in order to facilitate improved hedging possibilities.

NordREG welcomes written input and comments to the report within the 31st of March 2016. Comments (in English) can be sent to: NordREGFCAstudy@energiavirasto.fi

Further, NordREG is planning a workshop with market participants and TSOs during the first half of 2016, to discuss the input from the consultation and to identify next steps. More information will follow.

Contact persons in NordREG:

Cathrine Holtedahl, NVE, e-mail cho@nve.no
Kimmie Byriel Laage-Petersen, DERA, e-mail KBLP@energitilsynet.dk
Kaj Forsberg, EI, e-mail: kaj.forsberg@ei.se
Jarno Lamponen, EV, e-mail: jarno.lamponen@energiavirasto.fi

Entry barriers; Public Consultation and Hearing

NordREG has commissioned the consultant VaasaETT to map the regulatory framework and other conditions that a supplier and energy service provider faces when entering the national Nordic electricity markets. VaasaETT has made several interviews and carried out a questionnaire during the summer and early fall of 2014. The findings are presented in the report “Market Entrant Processes, Hurdles and Suggestions in the Nordic Energy Market – the View of the Market”. This report presents hurdles and barriers for market actors such as suppliers and Energy Services Companies (ESCO’s) entering and operating in the Nordic market. The report gives important input and understanding of what challenges these market actors face. NordREG may use the results as input when planning the continuation of the Nordic harmonisation.

Public Consultation until 3rd November

NordREG invites you to participate in a public consultation of the report “Market Entrant Processes, Hurdles and Suggestions in the Nordic Energy Market – the View of the Market”.

All stakeholders are welcome to give input on the report. Please, use link below to a public consultation document:

Invitation to Public Hearing 17th November

A public hearing will be held at Helsinki Airport in which the report will be presented and discussed. You are most welcome. The event will also be available via the web for those who cannot travel to Helsinki.

Place: Helsinki Airport Time

Finnish time: 13.00-16.30

Please note that places are limited.

Please register with:

Marie.kjellen@nordicenergy.org

Sign up link for the webinar

There is also a link to the webinar from Vaasaett´s website

Public consultation and Hearing on “Business requirements for a Harmonised Nordic Retail Market”

Public consultation until 29th April:

NordREG invites you to a public consultation of a consultant report on “Business requirements for a Harmonised Nordic Retail Market”. This report is a specification of technical requirements for message exchange of business processes such as supplier switch, customer move and end of supply. NordREG would appreciate your input no later than 29th April.

Please send your comments to Peder Söderlund. Contact information below.

Invitation to Public hearing 24th April:

A public hearing is planned at Oslo Airport in which the report will be presented and discussed. You are welcome. Please note that places are limited and are allocated on a first come first served basis.

Place: Park Inn Oslo Airport

Time CET: 11:00-15:00

Agenda:
Lunch: 11:00-12:00
Hearing: 12:00-15:00

Please inform Peder Söderlund of your attendance no later than 22nd April.

Map to Park inn:
http://www.parkinn.com/airporthotel-oslo/location

Contact:
Peder.soderlund@nordicenergy.org

Public Hearing on tax risk management on future Nordic retail market Public

Two new consultant reports “Credit risk management in future billing regime” and “Tax collection in the common Nordic retail market” will are ready for public consultation.

During the autumn NordREG presented one NordREG report and two consultant reports covering; rules and responsibilities, billing regimes in the future supplier centric model and a CBA for future billing regimes. These reports did not fully cover questions related to risk management and tax collection in the upcoming Nordic electricity market. Therefore NordREG, during late autumn, launched two calls aiming to answer these questions. Ernst & Young won that process and will present their findings during the public consultation in Helsinki Airport Congress 22nd of March 13:00-15:30 (Finnish time).

8 September 2014