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Background. Programme Board initial discussion last year at Stockholm Since then: Further analysis has been undertaken on impact of 3rd package on RIs Informal discussions have been held by NMa with key opinion formers, including PB members, key member states, project leaders

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Background

Background

  • Programme Board initial discussion last year at Stockholm

  • Since then:

    • Further analysis has been undertaken on impact of 3rd package on RIs

    • Informal discussions have been held by NMa with key opinion formers, including PB members, key member states, project leaders

    • European Commission has announced planned Communication in September on their policy on Regional Initiatives


Background

Third package – Regional implications

  • 3rd package fill ‘regulatory gap’ – the lack of cross border regulatory framework

  • Past voluntary approach of RIs there to be reviewed

  • Key measures:

    • Obligations of regional co-operation on member states, regulators (facilitated by ACER), and TSOs

    • Framework Guidelines, network codes and comitolgy procedure will create binding cross border regulatory framework – the basis for a single European energy market



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Role of GRI NW

  • Two potential roles with significant differences:


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Organisation

  • Significant, but subtle, differences for each role:


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Scope of regional decisions

  • ‘Implementation’ activity will still have scope for regional differences:

EU

Detail

Regional

National

Scope

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Cross border co-ordination may be necessary for implementation

  • Scope to interpret high level EU Guidelines and codes could result in problematic national differences persisting

  • Consultations in neighbouring countries should be co-ordinated to save confusion

  • The overall approach of implementation – both the process and basic model – should be shared across borders as Guidelines and codes will be aimed at cross border issues



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Practical effect on organisation implementation

  • Decisions on scope of GRI NW in relation to implementation

  • RCC to consider its role and organisation in relation to cross border implementation

  • Member states and stakeholders to be closely engaged on implementation issues


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GRI NW 2010 Work Plan implementation

  • Clear view that current projects should continue as priority rather than establishing new projects

  • Main focus on:

    • Short term capacity and incentives. FG being drafted, but value can be added on implementation/for network codes by advancing thinking on capacity product definition and incentivisation, and secondary markets

    • Investment – but care is needed here to co-ordinate with EU developments. Value can be added in relation to regulatory co-ordination on investment decisions and feed into tariff Framework Guideline. Key option of addition on open seasons (but already in ERGEG work plan for 2010)

  • Interesting suggestion of project on capacity bundling at Dutch/German border to be considered

  • Some (TSOs) prefer no work in GRI NW other than implementation

  • Implementation work could include:

    • Regional input to Framework Guidelines and network code drafting

    • Assisting ACER on regional co-ordination of implementation


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Conclusions implementation

  • GRI NW has a central role to play in co-ordinating the implementation of Framework guidelines and network codes

  • Closer liaison with ministries is needed

  • Important pro-active work will continue in areas where GRI NW can add real value, based on existing projects for 2010/11

  • The nature of GRI NW will change as a binding regulatory framework resulting from the 3rd package is developed

  • Stakeholder involvement will remain of central importance


Background

Thank you! implementation