Policy Papers

April 2015

Network Code on Emergency and Restoration

EASE submitted a response to ACER’s call for comments on the Network Code on Emergency and Restoration. EASE, the European Association for Storage of Energy, calls for a level playing field for all the services energy storage can render to the system.

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April 2014

Retail Energy Market

EASE submitted a response to the Public Consultation of DG Energy on the Retail Energy Market. EASE calls for a non-discriminatory consideration of and a fair treatment for energy storage alongside other measures.

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February 2014

Draft Guidelines on environmental and energy aid for 2014-2020

EASE submitted a response to the Public Consultation Paper of the Services of DG Competition containing Draft Guidelines on environmental and energy aid for 2014-2020. EASE welcomes the draft Guidelines on environmental and energy aid for 2014-2020 and also takes this opportunity to provide feedback, offer expertise and ask for a level playing field for all energy storage technologies in a constructive dialogue with the European Commission (EC).

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August 2013

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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July 2013

Green Paper on a 2030 framework for climate and energy policies

On 27 March 2013, the European Commission published a Green Paper presenting an overview of the issues that must be considered in the development of a 2030 Framework for Climate and Energy Policies. This Green Paper served as the basis of a stakeholder consultation on the development thereof.

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May 2012

Facilitate Energy Storage Development and Deployment in Europe

EASE responded to a public consultation on how to facilitate electricity storage development and deployment in the EU in the framework of the THINK project proposing a dynamic communication role as a knowledge pool by gathering information related to existing facilities, and facilitating the exchange of information related to operating conditions of existing pilot projects.

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