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The Grid Connection European Stakeholders Committee

​​​​​​​ACER and ENTSO-E have established the Grid Connection European Stakeholders Committee (GC ESC) to involve stakeholders on the implementation of the Regulations and hold other regular meetings to identify problems and propose operational improvements.

The Chairperson, acting upon a recommendation of the ESC, can propose the creation of ad-hoc Expert Groups (EGs), focusing on specific issues and projects. These groups report to the ESC, which may provide input to their discussions and request specific actions, reports or explanations. There are three ongoing EGs:

 

 

ACER to decide on the long-term cross-border capacity calculation methodology for the Core region, comprised of 13 Member Stateshttps://extranet.acer.europa.eu/Media/News/Pages/ACER-to-decide-on-the-long-term-cross-border-capacity-calculation-methodology-for-the-Core-region,-comprised-of-13-Member-S.aspx03/06/2021 23:00:00ACER to decide on the long-term cross-border capacity calculation methodology for the Core region, comprised of 13 Member States
ACER releases its second 70% target report on the minimum margin available for cross-zonal electricity trade in the EUhttps://extranet.acer.europa.eu/Media/News/Pages/ACER-releases-its-second-70-target-report-on-the-minimum-margin-available-for-cross-zonal-electricity-trade-in-the-EU.aspx01/06/2021 23:00:00ACER releases its second 70% target report on the minimum margin available for cross-zonal electricity trade in the EU
ACER reports on electricity distribution tariff methodologies in Europe and recommends how to improve themhttps://extranet.acer.europa.eu/Media/News/Pages/ACER-reports-on-electricity-distribution-tariff-methodologies-in-Europe-and-recommends-how-to-improve-them.aspx10/02/2021 00:00:00ACER reports on electricity distribution tariff methodologies in Europe and recommends how to improve them