Registration of a market player ( REMIT Regulation)

The REMIT Regulation (EU Regulation 1227/2011 of 25 October 2011) requires market players to register with a national regulatory authority (NRA) before carrying out a transaction to be reported to ACER (see Article 9(4) of REMIT). On this basis, NRAs…

Data reporting under REMIT

Which contracts must be declared (Articles 3 and 4 Implementing Act)? The following contracts must be declared to ACER: (a) Contracts for wholesale energy products relating to the supply of electricity or natural gas with delivery within the Union: standard…

The REMIT Regulation and its implementation

REMIT has been in effect since December 2011 and allows to: – Specifically define the concept of inside information for energy markets, particularly in relation to the physical characteristics of supply and demand. The players in market must publish the…

The trade of gas and power

The global natural gas market The world’s largest consumers of natural gas are the United States (778 billion m3/year), Russia and China. Europe consumed around 502 billion m3/year (or 4,928 TWh/year) of natural gas in 2016, a 9.8% increase compared…

How important is biodiversity in the world?

To better understand the usefulness of biodiversity on the planet, we can start by defining this term because it is recurrent when we talk about environmental protection, ecology and sustainable development. Biodiversity refers to all the living species on our…

How can we avoid global warming on a daily basis?

The fight against global warming is not only a matter for governments and companies. Indeed, it is essential that everyone contributes their part by reducing their energy consumption, avoiding waste and adopting an attitude that goes towards protecting the environment…

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