Cross-border capacity allocation methods
Article from: OGEL 3 (2003), in Electricity Law and Regulation
To create a liberalised electricity market with effective competition among producers of electricity (including base load, cycling or load-following, and peak) and among purchasers (including independent suppliers and qualified customers), it is necessary to have a reasonable number of buyers and sellers. In countries where there is not enough competition among domestic producers, it is necessary to consider a market structure in which domestic producers compete with imports to serve the domestic market. Competition will be inadequate if one producer controls a large share (for ...