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Please find following information about the documents that are open for the public consultation.

 

The TSOs of Estonia and Latvia have worked together and in co-operation with Lithuanian and Finnish TSOs to draft Common Network rules and Common Balancing rules to be applied in the common zone starting from 2020. These rules have been drafted to be applicable in the common entry-exit system consisting of Estonia and Latvia.

Hereby the TSOs are seeking input from stakeholders and market participants on these rules. After the public consultation, the TSOs will assess the comments submitted by the stakeholders, update where relevant the draft rules and will apply for coordination of the rules to National Regulatory Authorities of the countries forming regional gas market zone. Also, the assessment of comments provided by the stakeholders will be published. Please take note that comments received in the course of the public consultation may be kept anonymous, if the party providing comments indicates to remain anonymous.

The consultation documents:

  • Common Balancing rules (link)
  • Common Network rules (link - updated 15.03)
    Consultation questionnaire (link)

The public consultation is opened until 05.04.2019. Please provide your feedback to kaisa.sarekanno@elering.ee (preferably in English)

 

*Old version - Common Network rules (link)

Elering and Energy Authority Finland invite all stakeholders to take part in the public consultation for the parts of the Interconnection agreement that are relevant for external stakeholders, mainly for network users (shippers) based on INT NC article 4 section 1. Main parts identified necessary to go under public consultation include matching process, capacity allocation, exceptional event communication. Input is welcome from all the stakeholders.

Consultation document can be found here (link)

The public consultation is opened until 05.04.2019. Please provide your feedback to kaisa.sarekanno@elering.ee (preferably in English)

Pursuant to Article 53 of the Commission Regulation (EU) 2017/2195 of 23 November 2017 establishing a guideline on electricity balancing (hereinafter – EB GL), all transmission system operators are required to implement 15 minute imbalance settlement period (hereinafter – ISP).

As currently common Baltic balancing market with harmonized imbalance settlement is operated in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania with 60 minute ISP, Baltic transmission system operators Elering AS (Elering), AS Augstsprieguma tīkls (AST) and LITGRID AB (LITGRID) (hereinafter – Baltic TSOs) have analysed required changes to implement 15 minute ISP in electricity markets operated in Baltic states and prepared Baltic 15 minute ISP implementation concept document (hereinafter – Concept document).

Concept document includes Baltic TSOs' proposal for implementation of 15 minute ISP with relevant changes to intraday market, balancing market, metering data management and settlement rules. Implementation of 15 minute ISP shall be completed by the end of 2020 pursuant to Article 53 of EB GL, therefore high level roadmap with involved responsible parties is also included in the Concept document.

In order to proceed with implementation of 15 minute ISP Baltic TSOs submit Concept document for Baltic electricity market participants and stakeholders for public consultation and ask to fill in the questionnaire for public consultation of Concept document until 10th of June.

Documents:

  1. Baltic 15 minute imbalance settlement implementation concept document;
  2. Questionnaire for public consultation.

 

If you have any further questions or comments, please send your inquiries to the following representatives:

The TSOs of Estonia and Latvia have worked together and in co-operation with Lithuanian and Finnish TSOs to draft Common Network rules and Common Balancing rules to be applied in the common zone starting from 2020. These rules have been drafted to be applicable in the common entry-exit system consisting of Estonia and Latvia.

Hereby the TSOs are seeking input from stakeholders and market participants on these rules. After the public consultation, the TSOs will assess the comments submitted by the stakeholders, update where relevant the draft rules and will apply for coordination of the rules to National Regulatory Authorities of the countries forming regional gas market zone. Also, the assessment of comments provided by the stakeholders will be published. Please take note that comments received in the course of the public consultation may be kept anonymous, if the party providing comments indicates to remain anonymous.

The consultation documents:

  • Common Balancing rules (link)
  • Common Network rules (link - updated 15.03)
    Consultation questionnaire (link)

The public consultation is opened until 05.04.2019. Please provide your feedback to kaisa.sarekanno@elering.ee (preferably in English)

 

*Old version - Common Network rules (link)

Elering and Energy Authority Finland invite all stakeholders to take part in the public consultation for the parts of the Interconnection agreement that are relevant for external stakeholders, mainly for network users (shippers) based on INT NC article 4 section 1. Main parts identified necessary to go under public consultation include matching process, capacity allocation, exceptional event communication. Input is welcome from all the stakeholders.

Consultation document can be found here (link)

The public consultation is opened until 05.04.2019. Please provide your feedback to kaisa.sarekanno@elering.ee (preferably in English)

Pursuant to Article 53 of the Commission Regulation (EU) 2017/2195 of 23 November 2017 establishing a guideline on electricity balancing (hereinafter – EB GL), all transmission system operators are required to implement 15 minute imbalance settlement period (hereinafter – ISP).

As currently common Baltic balancing market with harmonized imbalance settlement is operated in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania with 60 minute ISP, Baltic transmission system operators Elering AS (Elering), AS Augstsprieguma tīkls (AST) and LITGRID AB (LITGRID) (hereinafter – Baltic TSOs) have analysed required changes to implement 15 minute ISP in electricity markets operated in Baltic states and prepared Baltic 15 minute ISP implementation concept document (hereinafter – Concept document).

Concept document includes Baltic TSOs' proposal for implementation of 15 minute ISP with relevant changes to intraday market, balancing market, metering data management and settlement rules. Implementation of 15 minute ISP shall be completed by the end of 2020 pursuant to Article 53 of EB GL, therefore high level roadmap with involved responsible parties is also included in the Concept document.

In order to proceed with implementation of 15 minute ISP Baltic TSOs submit Concept document for Baltic electricity market participants and stakeholders for public consultation and ask to fill in the questionnaire for public consultation of Concept document until 10th of June.

Documents:

  1. Baltic 15 minute imbalance settlement implementation concept document;
  2. Questionnaire for public consultation.

 

If you have any further questions or comments, please send your inquiries to the following representatives:

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