Can we reconcile different capacity adequacy policies with an integrated electricity market?
Finon, Dominique (2013-09), Can we reconcile different capacity adequacy policies with an integrated electricity market?. https://basepub.dauphine.fr/handle/123456789/13152
TypeDocument de travail / Working paper
Fondation Paris Dauphine
Titre de la collectionCEEM Working Paper
Numéro dans la collection2013 - 5
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Résumé (EN)In the present European Union debate, many consider capacity remuneration mechanisms (CRM) as useless and, if they are eventually considered as useful, there is a necessity of total alignment of capacity adequacy policies in time. We develop an opposite position. The adoption of CRM is a necessity because the market and regulatory failures to invest in peaking units, which are amplified by the large, scale development of intermittent sources by out-of-market policies. Then, provided that some minimal harmonization is sought by regulators and TSOs, each member state should have some freedom in the adoption of his capacity adequacy policies.
Mots-clésenergy market; capacity remuneration mechanisms (CRM); European Union
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