Since the publication of the Fourth Edition in 2016 the EU's internal gas and electricity legislative framework has continued to develop quickly:
· * A wholes series of new Grid Codes have been adopted, including those on Capacity Allocation and ,Congestion Management, on forward capacity allocation, on electricity balancing (EB), emergency and restoration, and on electricity transmission system operation.
· * The Gas Directive has been amended, to bring pipelines connecting into the European system under the Internal Market rules on unbundling, regulated tariffs and third party access.
· The 'Electricity Market Design' package has been adopted, implementing new rules on balancing, capacity mechanisms, demand response, storage, the rights of consumers to participate in the electricity market and the powers and responsibilities of ACER.
* New exemption decisions for new
These changes mark a major evolution in the
EU's Internal Market, as it pioneers the way towards a zero-carbon electricity
The new volume continues to provide the standard industry reference work in this area, written by some of the key Commission Officials responsible for these developments, together with leading industry practitioners and academics.
Principal Advisor Energy and Antitrust, Baker McKenzie, Brussels, Former Deputy Director General, DG ENER, EC
Floris Gräper, Head of Regulation, Gas Transport Services; Erlendas Grigorovic, Financial services and antitrust matters, DG COMP, EC; Bartek Gurba; Christopher Jones; Kristóf Kovacs, Consultant Energy Mining and Infrastructure, Baker McKenzie Budapest, Former Head of Unit DG COMP and DG ENER, EC;Yona Marinova; Lena Sandberg, Of Counsel, Gibson Dunn, Brussels; Jan Papsch, Policy & Legal Officer, DG ENER, EC; Ernst Tremmel, Wiltschek Rechtsanwälte, Wien / ACER, ERI Coordination Group; Ruben Vermeeren, DG ENER, EC; William Webster, Will Webster, Energy Policy Manager OGUK (Oil and Gas UK)
- Leading title on the subject
- Written by key commission officials and practitioners
- Describes all new Commission initiatives on IEM
- A ‘must have’ for all working with and in the IEM field
|Publication Date||October 2020|
|Nr of Pages||1350|
|Available as||Hard copy; digital; combination of both (at 20% extra)|