ACER decision on the methodology for pricing cross-border capacity in the European intraday electricity market
ACER recently published a decision that sets the framework for the pricing of capacity among bidding zones in the intraday electricity market.
The decision is made according to CACM (Guideline on Capacity Allocation and Congestion Management). The chosen model introduces three pan-European implicit auctions for pricing cross-zonal capacity, which will complement the already functioning single intraday coupling based on continuous trading. The timeline, as well as where relevant, the conditions, for implementing these three intraday auctions, will be developed within the framework of the amendment of the algorithm methodology.
Read more on ACER’s website here.
Contact in RME: Senior Adviser, Helena M Lindstad