This policy brief seeks to provide an analysis on how the Energy Community contracting parties may benefit from cross-border cooperation under the current legal framework applied in the Energy Community, and how the new possibilities given by the Clean Energy Package and associated financial instruments available at EU level can best contribute to the cross-border cooperation between the CPs and the EU Member States.
On 22 May 2019, Ukraine adopted the law 2712-VIII “on promotion of competitive conditions for producing electric power from alternative energy sources” (IMEPOWER 2019; IEA 2019b), thus introducing auctions as [...]
The aim of this report is to assist Hungarian policy makers in setting up cross-border auction(s) with prospective partners considering the most important aspects to take into consideration in their [...]
Scenarios and pathways - consultative draftThere are many uncertainties about what electricity systems may look like in future, and many possible trajectories for the co-evolution of markets, networks and renewable [...]
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