The European Commission’s third energy package, adopted in April last year, aimed towards ensuring a truly competitive energy market within the EU. One of the main focuses of the legislation is on cross-border trading and integration of electricity between EU member states through a market-coupling mechanism.
Market coupling integrates electricity markets in different countries while retaining the local arrangements as far as possible. The aim is to improve market efficiency and create price
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