The project TERRE (Trans-European Replacement Reserve Exchange) event will give stakeholders the opportunity to hear about the latest status of the project, currently in its design phase, and allow them to provide input.
- When: Monday 11 May 2015, 10:00 to 16:00
- Where: ENTSO-E offices, ground floor, Avenue de Cortenbergh 100, 1000 Brussels.
- Who would be interested: Energy market participants and NRAs from participating countries, EU representatives
- What member states are in TERRE: France, Great Britain, Greece, Italy, Portugal, Spain and Switzerland.
- Speakers: Members of the TERRE project team will be giving updates on the current status of the project
- Project Work streams: Products, Timing & Data Sequencing, CMO Matching & Algorithms, Settlement, Cost Benefit Analysis, Available Transmission Capacity
- Agenda: An agenda will be finalised one week before the event and circulated to the confirmed list of attendees.
Project TERRE is one of a number of pilot initiatives set up by ENTSO-E at the request of the Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER), with the aim of exploring the feasibility of the concepts contained within the Network Code on Electricity Balancing. TERRE is currently the leading early pilot project for the Replacement Reserves (RR).
The project, which is currently in the design phase, is tackling a number of complex design issues involved with the procurement, exchange and settlement of balancing energy across a large area of Western Europe.
TSOs involved will be giving an update on the current status of the project work streams and an insight into current options being considered, while stakeholders will have the opportunity to ask questions and provide comments.
The information presented at this event will represent the current status of the project and as such should be considered as a draft which may be subject to change.
Participants are requested to register via the form below by Friday 24 April. Following this date, attendees will receive an email confirming their place.
Please note that, due to limited space, if registrations exceed the places available a preference will be given to stakeholders coming from the member states that participate to the project or operating in the relevant industry bodies.
For further information please contact Athanasios Troupakis