Regulation sets the frame for the power market and its objectives: to protect the end consumer, to secure supply and to promote innovation.

CACM 2.0

The debate around the review of a regulation which is nothing less than the backbone of the European Market Coupling heats up the minds. And rightfully so. Read more on the proposals from European market operators and TSOs to make Market Coupling better – to the benefit of all Europeans.

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Interim Coupling go-live

With the go-live of the Interim Coupling, Czechia, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia joined the markets coupled under the Single Day-Ahead Coupling. This paves the way to achieving the target model of Flow-based market coupling in the region.

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European Market Coupling news

The Single Day-Ahead Coupling (SDAC) and Single Intraday Coupling (SIDC) projects have reached major milestones in 2021. Furthermore, the solutions in place show a solid track record of benefits for market participants.

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Great Britain – state of play in a post-Brexit power market

While implicit connections with the continent have been cut at the channel, the power market in Great Britain has adapted to the new normal. EPEX SPOT keeps up the pressure to bring market participants in Great Britain what they want and need: a single Day-Ahead reference price.

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