Despite worries about UK Electricity Market Reform, market participants call on government to press ahead
‘Bugs’ found in NWE day-ahead coupling tests cause exchanges and grid operators to err on the side of caution
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APX says creation of UK virtual hub could delay NWE power market coupling, but claim is strongly denied by Nord Pool Spot
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Ofgem senior economist makes case for power market reform and details proposals to alter balancing arrangements
Acer director expresses frustration at power market coupling delays caused by exchanges and other stakeholders
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The design of modern power pools is highly complex, creating plenty of opportunities for clever traders to profit by circumventing the rules, writes Vincent Kaminski
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Record $410 million settlement demonstrates zero-tolerance approach towards exploitation of market design flaws
Ferc penalties against Barclays and other banks expected to bolster compliance with market manipulation rules
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