The four German transmission system operators (TSOs) 50Hertz, Amprion, TenneT, and TransnetBW have opened a public consultation on their draft for the revision of modalities for reserve control providers. The four TSCNET shareholders thus fulfill a requirement from the EU Guideline on Electricity Balancing of 23 November 2017. Market participants are welcome to comment on the draft from 12 April to 13 May.
At the core of the consultation are the modalities for providers of control reserve for primary control power, secondary control power, and minutes reserve. The consultation will be accompanied by a workshop on 23 April in Nuremberg in the German state of Bavaria. Here, market players have the opportunity to discuss the new rules for reserve control suppliers with representatives of the TSOs.
> See Amprion press release, in German (html)
> See TenneT press release, in German (html)
> See TransnetBW press release, in German (html)
> Access to consultation and information on workshop at regelleistung.net (html)