by Nicolò Rossetto 11 April, 2017
The internal market for electricity: not just a story of market coupling
The EU claims to have an internal market for electricity already in place. Nowadays, most of the national power markets in Europe are coupled for the day-ahead transactions.
Nonetheless, are we sure that the European set of grids and power plants is operated as a single seamless system?
Are national borders disappeared for market operators? Are all plants in all countries of the continent not discriminated when the market’s merit order is defined?…
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