Public consultation on regional intraday trade model for the Central West region
NEW DEADLINE - EXTENSION UNTIL 15 JUNE 2009
Objective of the consultation To launch an interactive and fruitful discussion on the issue of cross-border intraday trade in the Central-West Region, regulators organised a specific workshop in The Hague on 20th January 2009. TSOs, producers, large consumers, traders and power exchanges were represented at the workshop.
The aim of this consultation is to determine the exact features of the model to be implemented in the Central-West Region. In the consultation document, two models are presented: the “reference model” (continuous trading), and an “alternative model” (implicit auctions). All parties are invited to give their opinion regarding the two models proposed as well as the various options for each model as described in the consultation document, and to answer the related questions.
In addition, if some parties still want to express their views on the questions raised in the discussion paper which was distributed before the workshop, their answers will be carefully considered. All answers will be considered by the regulators, including the contributions already received, before the launch of this consultation.
Please note that all opinions and analyses expressed in this consultation document by the five regulators are preliminary in nature. All opinions and analyses may be subject to change, based on (for example) input from respondents to this consultation. Therefore, the content of this consultation document shall not be binding nor shall it be construed as constituting any obligation on the part of BNetzA, CRE, CREG, ILR and/or NMa. This also applies to input from respondents that concerns only the (national) jurisdiction and/or is directed solely to one of the regulators.
Responses The answers to this consultation should be sent, preferably in English, no later than 30th May 2009 to the CREG.
Confidentiality Unless indicated by contributors as confidential, all contributions may be published by each of the regulators. Requests for confidentiality and/or anonymity of contributions will be considered under applicable Freedom of Information Acts. However, all contributions will be shared among the five regulators.