12th July 2017
TERRE project Transmission System Operators (TSOs) and National Regulatory Authorities (NRAs) are pleased to invite you to the dedicated open Stakeholder Meeting on the 12th of July in London. This event will give stakeholders the opportunity to hear about the latest status of the TERRE project, currently in its implementation phase, and the TSOs position on the RR market harmonization and the TSO-TSO and TSO-BSP/BRP interactions. The main topics related to the next public consultation will be explained, allowing the stakeholder to provide input.
When: Wednesday 12th of July, 10:00 to 16:00 (BST)
Where: ELEXON Premises: ELEXON Ltd, 350 Euston Road, London NW1 3AW.
Who would be interested: Energy market participants and EU representatives
What countries are in TERRE:
France, GB, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland
Other TSOs are observers
Project TERRE is one of the number of initiatives set up by ENTSO-E, with the aim of gaining experience from cross-border exchanges of balancing energy between TSOs in compliance with the future Electricity Balancing Guideline. TERRE is currently the leading project to exchange Replacement Reserves (RR), and entered the implementation phase beginning 2017.
Therefore, TSOs and NRAs involved invite stakeholders to this meeting in order to:
give them an update on the current status of the project work streams,
provide explanation on the new public consultation representing the TSOs’ position on the RR market and TSO-BRP and TSO-BSP interaction.
Discuss with the stakeholders their first reactions and answer their potential questions,
discuss the next steps, in particular the public consultation, the approvals and the RR market harmonization.
Request to attend the event
Due to limited places we kindly ask that you confirm your attendance via the form below. The deadline to complete this form is
Monday 03rd of July EOB. Following this date attendees will receive an email confirming their participation.
For further information please contact Amine Abada (firstname.lastname@example.org)