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Electricity network regulation in the EU, the challenges ahead for transmission and distribution, edited by Leonardo Meeus, Jean-Michel Glachant

Label
Electricity network regulation in the EU, the challenges ahead for transmission and distribution, edited by Leonardo Meeus, Jean-Michel Glachant
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Main title
Electricity network regulation in the EU
Oclc number
1038506423
Responsibility statement
edited by Leonardo Meeus, Jean-Michel Glachant
Series statement
Loyola de Palacio series on European energy policy
Sub title
the challenges ahead for transmission and distribution
Summary
The UK model of incentive regulation of power grids was at one time the most advanced, and elements of it were adopted throughout the EU. This model worked well, particularly in the context of limited investment and innovation, a single and strong regulatory authority, and limited coordination between foreign grid operators. This enlightening book demonstrates how the landscape has changed markedly since 2010 and that regulation has had to work hard to catch up and evolve. As the EU enters a wave of investment and an era of new services and innovation, this has created growing tensions between national regulatory authorities in terms of coordinating technical standards and distribution systems. This is being played out against an increasingly disruptive backdrop of digitization, new market platforms and novel business models. Electricity Network Regulation in the EU adopts a truly European approach to the complex issues surrounding the topic, focusing on the grey areas and critical questions that have traditionally been difficult to answer. Incentive regulation and grids are addressed simultaneously at the theoretical and practical level, providing the reader with fundamental concepts and concrete examples. This timely book is an invaluable read for energy practitioners working in utility companies, regulators and other public bodies. It will also appeal to academics involved in the world of electricity regulation. The book utilizes language that would make it suitable for interdisciplinary students, including engineering and law scholars
Table Of Contents
PART 1 Incentive regulation: aligning the interests of the operators with the interests of their customers -- 1. The British reference model / Vincent Rious and Nicolò Rossetto -- 2. Continental incentive regulation / Vincent Rious and Nicolò Rossetto -- PART 2 Seams issues: one market, one system, but many operators and authorities -- 3. TSO-TSO seams issues / Jean-Michel Glachant -- 4. DSO-TSO seams issues / Leonardo Meeus and Samson Yemane Hadush -- PART 3 Grey areas: the border between the market and the grid -- 5. Classical grey areas since the start of the internal market / Leonardo Meeus and Pradyumna Bhagwat -- 6. New grey areas at the frontiers of European power grids / Leonardo Meeus and Tim Schittekatte
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