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Published: 3/27/2018. Updated:

National Commission for Energy Control and Prices of the Republic of Lithuania (NCC) started research on active power reserves market in Lithuania.


​On 22 December 2017 National Commission for Energy Control and Prices of the Republic of Lithuania (NCC) started research on active power reserves market in Lithuania. The purpose of this research is to find out if any electricity producer has significant market power in active power reserves market in Lithuania. According to the Law on Electricity of the Republic of Lithuania NCC sets price regulation requirements for market participants having significant market power status.

NCC plans to evaluate these individual active power reserves markets:

Primary power reserve

Secondary power reserve for  upwards and downwards regulation

 

 

Secondary power reserve

for emergency restoration

Tertiary power reserve for voltage control in the 330 kV transmission network and for restoration of the secondary emergency power reserve Tertiary power reserve for restoration of the secondary emergency power reserveControl of reactive power and voltagePrevention and liquidation of blackouts

 

For more information please follow this link (only available in Lithuanian): http://www.vkekk.lt/Puslapiai/baneriai/rinku-tyrimai.aspx