Steady progress for European power market coupling

Coupling up in Europe

Market coupling - special report

Market coupling initiatives, which integrate transmission allocation and energy trading across different countries or regions, have recently been springing up across the European power markets with surprising speed. In the last five months, several important market coupling initiatives have gone live and more large-scale projects are in the pipeline (see timeline in box 1).

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The question now is whether the latest projects have been a success

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