On 26 November, EU4Energy Governance held the concluding stakeholder workshop dedicated to helping Moldova and Ukraine to establish a joint electricity cross-border capacity allocation process. The final deliverables will be provided to the beneficiaries by the end of this month.
The technical assistance consists of a gap analysis of the existing provisions in the national legislation of both countries related to cross-border capacity allocation and recommendations on establishment of the joint capacity allocation process between Moldova and Ukraine, including on arrangements between transmission system operators.
During the last meeting, representatives of the national regulatory authorities (ANRE and NEURC), transmission system operators (Moldelectrica and Ukrenergo), Ministry of Infrastructure and Regional Development of Moldova, Ministry of Energy of Ukraine, Support Group for Ukraine and Energy Community experts discussed the final draft deliverables and exchanged views on the next steps in the implementation process.
Improved capacity allocation is one of the preconditions for enhancing the efficiency of power system operation on the regional level and providing consumers with more accurate price signals while maintaining the security of energy supply.
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The EU4Energy Governance Project is co-funded by the European Union and implemented by the Energy Community Secretariat.