2014

CEER Response to ESMA public consultation on Guidelines on the application of C6 and C7 of Annex I of MiFID
Ref: C14-MIT-57-07a, 17 December 2014

This paper provides the CEER response to ESMA public consultation on Guidelines on the application of C6 and C7 of Annex I of MiFID.

Joint communiqué on VAT fraud
Joint communiqué of ten European gas & electricity associations calling for a comprehensive implementation of the EU anti-VAT-fraud package by all 28 Member States. 26 November 2014.


This is the third annual Market Monitoring Report (MMR) by the Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (‘the Agency’) and the Council of European Energy Regulators (CEER), covering the developments in EU electricity and gas markets in 2013. Expanding on the analysis performed last year, this report again focuses on retail markets and consumer issues, on the main developments in gas and electricity wholesale market integration and on network access issues. It also provides an analysis of the remaining barriers to further market integration.

Citizens' Q&A

CEER Response to ESMA public consultation on ESMA MAR Technical standards
Ref: C14-MIT-55-05a, 15 October 2014

This paper provides the CEER response to ESMA public consultation on MAR Technical standards. CEER Response relates to part 6 of the public consultation (Technical means for public disclosure of inside information and delays).

CEER Position on the European Commission Communication: European Energy Security Strategy [COM(2014)330]
Ref. C14-GWG-110-03, 3 October 2014

This document reflects CEER views on the key actions proposed by the European Commission in the EESS in order to both contribute to the discussion and propose possible regulatory inputs and involvement.

CEER Memo on REMIT implementation at national level
Ref. C14-MIT-55-03, 18 September 2014

This Memo provides an overview of how NRAs undertake their responsibilities in the application of REMIT at national level, in particular regarding the implementation of investigation and sanctioning powers at national level.

CEER Response to ESMA public consultation on MiFID II/MiFIR discussion paper
Ref. C14-MIT-54-03a, 30 July 2014

This document provides the CEER response to ESMA public consultation on MiFID II/MiFIR discussion paper. The CEER response relates to part 7 (Commodity derivatives) of the public consultation.

CEER Memo on the unbundling of TSOs, DSOs and Closed Distribution Systems Operators
Ref: C14-IBM-61-03, 30 July 2014

Since the publication of the last CEER Status Review on unbundling in 2013 (C12-UR-47-03), CEER has conducted a similar data gathering exercise in order to form the basis for a full update to the previous report next year (2015). This memo provides a brief summary of the interim findings.

CEER Response to EC public consultation on retail markets
Ref: C14-CRM-77-03, 29 April 2014

CEER welcomes the work of European Commission on energy retail markets and Commission's efforts in seeking stakeholder views to inform future proposals. CEER believes that consumers have a central (and evolving) role to play in energy markets to ensure that they function effectively.

CEER Position on the European Commission's Policy Framework for Climate and Energy 2020-2030
Ref: C14-EWG-97-03, 13 March 2014

CEER welcomes the European Commission’s Policy Framework and its recognition of the importance of regulatory investment certainty, and the value of coordinated approaches amongst Member States, as key contributions towards a more competitive, secure and sustainable energy system.

CEER Memo on regulatory aspects of energy investment conditions in European countries
Ref: C13-IRB-17-03, 7 March 2014

This Memo serves as an update to the previous edition in 2013, which provides an informative overview of how National Regulatory Authorities undertake their responsibilities in evaluating and developing their respective regulatory frameworks.

CEER Response to European Commission Consultation on Energy and Environment State Aid Guidelines
Ref: C14-EWG-97-03, 14 February 2014

CEER is pleased to respond to the European Commission's consultation on energy and environment state aid guidelines and welcomes the opportunity to discuss key issues like energy security, market development, cost-effectiveness, regulatory certainty and financing arrangements - areas which directly affect the future development of the Internal Energy Market (IEM).