Complementary to its advice on the development of a tailor made oversight regime for the wholesale electricity market, CEER - at the request of the European Commission - is engaged since 2009 in the issue of analysing the regulatory access to wholesale energy trading as another key element on the way to create a Single European Energy Market and to ensure the integrity of energy trading in Europe.
The current CEER draft advice sets out a framework for dealing with the existing shortcomings regarding regulatory access to trading on electricity and gas wholesale markets along the lines which were presented and welcomed at teh Florence Forum in December 2010. It provides recommendations on whether harmonisation of wholesale market trading access conditions is needed and if yes, what would be the best instrument to achieve it.
Stakeholders are invited to participate in the public consultation via a dedicated online questionnaire in this section of the CEER website. A list of all parties that have indicated an interest in participating in the consultation on the tab "accredited logins".
CEER invites all interested parties to provide comments to the consultation document - and in particular to the list of specific questions set out in the consultation document.
Any comments should be received by 17 June 2011 through the dedicated online questionnaire.
Following the public consultation period, CEER will publish all responses received from stakeholders that are not marked as confidential. Respondents requesting confidentiality should submit those confidential aspects of their response by marking them as "confidential" in the dedicated online questionnaire.
Any questions on the consultation document and the online consultation should in the first instance be directed to:
Ms Natalie McCoy
CEER Secretary General
Tel. + 32 (0) 2788 73 30
PC-60-A2AIT-K: A2A TRADING SRL
PC-60-ALPIQ-F: Alpiq Trading AG
PC-60-BDEW1-T: Bundesverband der Deutschen Energiewirtschaft
PC-60-BPGAS-9: BP Gas Marketing Ltd
PC-60-CEZAS-I: CEZ Trade
PC-60-DANIS-K: Danish Energy Association
PC-60-EASER-8: Energy Agency of the Republic of Serbia
PC-60-EDISS-P: Edison SpA
PC-60-EFET1-A: European Federation of Energy Traders (EFET)
PC-60-EICOM-C: Federal Electricity Commission EICom
PC-60-ELEFF-U: Electricity Efficiency
PC-60-ENBW1-9: EnbW Trading
PC-60-ENDES-1: Endesa Ireland
PC-60-EONAG-S: E.ON AG
PC-60-EWIRT-3: Oesterreichs E-Wirtschaft
PC-60-EXXON-V: Exxon Mobil
PC-60-FUTOP-G: Futures and Options Association
PC-60-OMVGP-I: OMV Gas&Power GmbH
PC-60-RWEDE-D: RWE Supply & Trading GmbH
PC-60-SHELL-8: Shell Energy Europe Ltd
PC-60-SORGE-M: Sorgenia Trading
PC-60-SVENS-Q: Svensk Energi - Swedenergy - AB
PC-60-VERBU-1: Verbund Kommunaler Unternehmen (Deutschland)