Regulation a concern for CEE power and gas traders

Regulation, market coupling and the drawback of import/export tariffs were some of the most pressing issues discussed at Energy Risk’s central and eastern Europe conference last month. Gillian Carr reports

Warsaw tram

Power and gas markets are rapidly modernising in eastern and southeast Europe, but regulatory complexity, a lack of infrastructure capacity for renewables, and import/export tariffs in certain countries are dampening potential liquidity, according to participants at Energy Risk's central and eastern (CEE) Europe conference in Warsaw last month.

A PDF of this article, which includes photos from Energy Risk's CEE event, is available here.

The issue of regulation was a strong focus for many

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