“Change of balancing and RES electricity sales rules – minimisation of costs for RES producers” seminar, 20 July 2016, the building of the Instytut Ekonomiki Rolnictwa i Gospodarki Żywnościowej-PIB – the conference room no. 17, 2/4 Szkolana Str., Warsaw
From the beginning of July, together with the effective date of the amended RES Act, the regulations pertaining to Section 4 thereof will apply. The regulations directly change the rules applicable to the Obligated Vendors’ obligation to purchase electricity from wind farms.
More importantly, the the President of the Energy Regulatory Office issued an interpretation on the scope of the obligation to purchase electricity referred to in Article 42(2) of the Renewable Energy Sources Act in the context of the regulations pertaining to commercial balancing.
Therefore, PWEA invites you to a seminar organised on 20 July, which will enable you to find answers, among others, to the following questions:
- How the scheme for the settlement of electricity with Obligated Vendors will operate in practice from 1 July 2016?
- What does the Renewable Energy Sources Act change in relations between producers and Obligated Vendors?
- Is it possible to use the existing and currently used mechanisms of the wholesale electricity market in Poland to decrease commercial balancing costs for wind farms? Will producers of electricity from renewable energy sources be excluded from the wholesale market mechanisms to decrease the incurred commercial balancing costs?
- How to sell at the ERO price while avoiding profile costs and performing independent balancing to decrease balancing costs?
- What will happen after the transitory period? How to prepare for the sale of electricity on the market?