Invitation: Briefing on the 70% requirement in CEP and the West Coast corridor
On June 29, Svenska kraftnät will give a briefing on how Sweden will meet the CEP requirement for 70% capacity allocation on cross-border connections. The meeting is held digitally. Pre-registration is required.
Welcome to a briefing on how Sweden will meet the requirement in the Clean Energy Package on 70% capacity allocation on cross-border connections.
Time: 29 June at 10.00-12.00
Location: Digital meeting. Pre-registration is required.
Sweden currently has a one-year derogation on the requirement to allocate 70% of maximum capacity on cross-border connections. The derogation concerns the so-called West Coast corridor and expires in 2020. Svenska kraftnät wish to share the results of simulations on possible changes. There will also be an opportunity for participants to comment and ask questions.
About the briefing
The presentation will be focusing on how the utilization rate can be increased in the West Coast corridor. This is because the derogation applies to the connections affected by the West Coast corridor.
The briefing will be held in English. The same information has been given in Swedish on a previous occasion.
We need your registration by 8.00 on June 29 at the latest. Register by e-mail to email@example.com. A link to the meeting and supporting documents will be sent together with the registration confirmation.
- 70%-requirement and the West Coast Corridor
- End to a 10-year derogation 2020
- Clarification of current method and derogation from the Swedish Energy Markets Inspectorate (Energimarknadsinspektionen, EI)
- New method
- New derogation for 2021
- Resultats/statistics from 2019, simulation based on new allocation method
Please do not hesitate to contact Sofie Waldén at Svenska kraftnät if you have any questions. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.