The EU Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER) has published the 28th edition of the Questions & Answers (Q&As) on REMIT (Regulation on Wholesale Energy Market Integrity and Transparency). This edition includes new reporting guidance on:
- battery storage contracts (Q&A III.3.51);
- electric vehicle charging stations (Q&A III.3.52);
- reliability options contracts (Q&A III.3.53); and
- metering data-based nominations (Q&A III.4.7).
The updated Q&As also clarify the reporting of external factors affecting the production of a unit (Q&A III.7.16) and the qualification of inside information for non-EU facilities (Q&A III.7.24).
Additionally, the updated Q&As on REMIT recall that as of 1 January 2023 market participants will have to disclose inside information exclusively through Inside Information Platforms. ACER expects that this will lead to a more effective disclosure of inside information as required by REMIT and hence contribute to the transparency and integrity of the energy markets.
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