Ref: C21-FP-52-03, 21 December 2021
This document presents the redispatching requirements laid out in Article 13 of the updated Regulation (EU) 2019/943 of 5 June 2019 on the internal market for electricity,. The report provides a comparison of the advantages and disadvantages of market-based and cost-based mechanisms for redispatching and presents the reader with the actual implementation of redispatching regimes in three European countries (Germany, Spain and Switzerland).

Ref: C21-DS-72-03, 24 November 2021
This document presents CEER’s views on electricity distribution network development plans. The document addresses aspects that distribution system operators should consider when preparing and consulting on their network development plans, as well as actions that national regulatory authorities could take to foster transparency and participation in distribution network planning processes.

Ref: C21-FP-49-03, 5 May 2021
This report shares some considerations on whether the market framework currently in place in Europe is fit for the steady development of renewable energy, and if it will carry the necessary long-term generation investment signals.
In particular this report will:
(1) Investigate the decision maker’s problem and consequences of risk aversion.
(2) Propose several options for the current market model to evolve in order to solve the challenges brought, amongst others, by high RES penetration and high carbon prices.
Read more … Citizens’ Q&A

Ref: C20-RES-69-04, 28 June 2021
This document constitutes the latest update to the regular CEER Status Reviews of Renewable Energy Support Schemes in Europe and builds on the previous CEER reports.
The data in RES support schemes is provided by technology and type of instrument (e.g. Feed-in tariffs, Feed-in Premiums and Green Certificates).
The purpose of these CEER Status Review publications is to collect comparable data on support for Renewable Energy Sources (RES) in Europe in order to provide policymakers, regulators and industry participants with information on support schemes for electricity from RES.
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Annex 20 with additional data
Citizens’ Q&A

Ref: C21-DS-EWG-68-04, 18 May 2021
In this document, CEER responds to the European Commission ASSET Study on Regulatory Priorities for Enabling Demand Side Flexibility (DSF) which was published in November 2020.