The CACM (Capacity Allocation and Congestion Management) Regulation defines structural congestion as a condition that is clear, predictable, geographically consistent, and frequently recurring under standard power system operations.
To enhance clarity and simplify the definitions of various types of congestion (physical, areal, structural) in electricity networks, ACER has commissioned a study by Engie Impact and Janson. The primary objective of this workshop is to showcase the findings of this study and to facilitate dialogue with stakeholders.
ACER plans to utilize the outcomes of the study and the perspectives gathered during the workshop to inform the forthcoming updates to the CACM Regulation and related methodologies.
- Review of existing definition in EU legislation
- Proposition of Improved definitions
- Legal & regulatory definitions
- Stakeholder survey results