August 2013 / Policy Papers - Responses to Public Consultations

Network Code on Electricity Balancing

EASE submitted a response to the ENTSO-E public consultation on the Network Code on Electricity Balancing. EASE welcomes the Network Code on Electricity Balancing as a tool to foster effective competition, non-discrimination and transparency in markets. However, EASE does use the opportunity of this public consultation to express some concerns about the points that we consider central in shaping the future balancing market

December 2015 / Policy Papers - Responses to Public Consultations

Renewable Energy Strategy

EASE responded to the public consultation intended to help prepare a communication to inform the EU's renewable energy policy for the period post 2020. This complements a communication on the Internal Energy Market which is  planned for 2016, and will also help inform the evolution of the EU's wider energy policies following on from the Energy 2050 Roadmap.

In this report, EASE is proposed to adopt a dynamic communication role as a knowledge pool:

  • by gathering information related to existing commercial or pilot & demonstration
    facilities in EU member states;
  • by facilitating the exchange of information related to operating conditions of existing
    pilot projects

An energy storage road mapping exercise up to 2050 is proposed. It should take into consideration both centralised and decentralised energy storage based on intermediate milestones (2020, 2030 and 2040). The European Electricity Grid Initiative (EEGI) is identified as the primary actor to carry out the task.

August 2013 / Policy Papers - Responses to Public Consultations

Network Code on Electricity Balancing

EASE submitted a response to the ENTSO-E public consultation on the Network Code on Electricity Balancing. EASE welcomes the Network Code on Electricity Balancing as a tool to foster effective competition, non-discrimination and transparency in markets. However, EASE does use the opportunity of this public consultation to express some concerns about the points that we consider central in shaping the future balancing market

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