EU TSOs need carrot to tackle congestion – EEX's Reitz

Electrical grid operators' lack of investment and the rise of capacity mechanisms are impeding cross-border trading, said panellists at a discussion in London

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European Union grid operators do not have enough incentive to build and maintain the infrastructure needed for efficient cross-border electricity trading, argued participants at a September 3 panel discussion in London hosted by the Leipzig-based European Energy Exchange (EEX).

Poor infrastructure poses a major challenge to EU efforts to forge a single market for power and natural gas. The European Commission (EC) is adamant that none of the EU’s 28 member states should be isolated from its gas

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