By examining what it hopes is a full picture of the factors and impact of generation adequacy treatment in electricity markets in Europe, CEER seeks to further the discussion on finding solutions and improving certainty for investors, generators, network planners and electricity market participants generally.
The call for evidence on the present report seeks to gather stakeholder views and experience regarding generation adequacy treatment. The feedback received from the call for evidence will serve to inform regulators’ future work and understanding of the issues of electricity network planning and long-term market stability
CEER invites all stakeholders interested in generation adequacy issues to respond to this call for evidence, both in general and in relation to the questions in Section 1.1 of the report.
Interested parties are invited to submit comments by 27 April 2010 and these should be sent by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Following the end of the public consultation period, ERGEG will publish all comments and replies to questions received from stakeholders. If a respondent would like ERGEG to treat their contribution with confidentiality then this must be explicitly mentioned in their reply. If possible, confidential information should be provided as a separate annex, so that the main document may be published. Unless marked as confidential, all responses will be published by placing them on the ERGEG website: http://www.ceer.eu.
Any questions relating to this document should in the first instance be directed to:
Mrs. Fay Geitona
CEER Secretary General
Fax +32 2 788 73 50
Tel. +32 2 788 73 30