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In its Communication “Tackling rising energy prices: a toolbox for action and support” of 13 October 2021, the European Commission indicated, inter alia, that it would have tasked ACER “to study the benefits and drawbacks of the existing electricity market design and propose recommendations for assessment by the Commission by April 2022”. ACER is on track to publish the results of its analysis by the end of April 2022.

This policy workshop will consider the results of ACER’s analysis and discuss what the implications of these results are for any future enhancement of the wholesale and retail electricity markets in the EU.

For this purpose, after an opening session, the workshop will be structured in two further sessions:

–         Session I – from 10:30am to 1pm, CET – will focus on the wholesale electricity market and, possibly, the wholesale gas market, to the extent that the ACER’s analysis covers the latter as well;

–         Session II – from 1:30pm to 3pm, CET –  will focus on the retail energy market.

Coordinator
Alberto Pototschnig
Logistics
Elena Iorio
Venue
Online Event

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