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President of ERO designated the Nominated Electricity Market Operator

The Nominated Electricity Market Operator (NEMO) is an entity set forth in the Commission Regulation (EU) 2015/1222 of 24 July 2015. Regulation provides for guidelines on capacity allocation and congestion management to perform single day-ahead and single intraday coupling. According to Regulation, each Member State shall ensure that, by 14 December 2015, at least one NEMO is designated for an initial term of four years to conduct the single day-ahead and/or intraday coupling in the bidding zone of a given State.

In August 2015 the Polish Power Exchange (TGE) applied to President of ERO for designation as the NEMO on the Polish electricity market. After conducting the administrative proceeding, President of ERO issued the decision of 2 December 2015 on designation TGE as NEMO in the territory of Poland. The aforesaid decision includes all requirements for NEMO and determines how these criteria are met by TGE. During the administrative proceeding conducted by URE TGE has proved that, among other things, it possesses adequate resources, including financial resources, advanced information technology, technical infrastructure and operational procedures, which guarantee coordinated operation of single day-ahead and/or intraday coupling. Moreover, TGE is able to ensure that market participants have open access to information regarding the NEMO tasks and has appropriate market surveillance arrangements in place.

The Commission Regulation (EU) 2015/1222 of 24 July 2015 establishes detailed guideline on capacity allocation and congestion management on day-ahead and intraday markets, including the requirements which should be fulfilled by NEMO. The national regulatory authority or other designating authority of the Member State assesses whether NEMO candidate complies with designation criteria, and designates NEMO (or revokes designation or suspends NEMO). Each concerned Member State shall ensure that at least one NEMO is designated for each bidding zone in the territory of a given State. NEMO is designated for an initial term of four years.

 

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Publication date 20.01.2016