summary of the case
|status:||closed in preliminary procedure (Art.91) /
complied in preliminary procedure
|registered:||ex officio 2011|
The Secretariat, acting under Article 90 of the Treaty, noted that Montenegro has not adopted a common coordinated congestion management method and procedure for the allocation of capacity to the market. The obligation to do so is a decision by the Ministerial Council establishing the so-called “8th region”. The decision also incorporates the Congestion Management Guidelines on the management and allocation of available transfer capacity of interconnections between national systems annexed to the Regulation 1228/2003. The obligation on Contracting Parties to apply a common coordinated congestion management method and procedure for the allocation of capacity to the market was due as from 31 December 2009.
Over the past years, the Energy Community’s institutions’ as well as the transmission system operators (TSOs) in the region have provided support to establish a South Eastern Europe Coordinated Auction Office (CAO) as one possible approach to common coordinated congestion management method and procedure for the allocation of capacity.
Following the participation of the Albanian TSO to the SEE CAO, the Secretariat decided to close the Case ECS-05/11 against Montenegro on 1 May 2015.