ACER publishes its first Implementation Monitoring Report on NC DC and NC HVDC

02.08.2018
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In its first implementation monitoring report on this subject, the Agency finds that the implementation of the Network Code on Demand Connection (NC DC) and of the Network Code on requirements for grid connection of high voltage direct current systems and direct current-connected power park modules (NC HVDC) is well on track. However, progress is still required in the publication of criteria for granting derogations. 

The first Implementation Monitoring Report on NC DC and NC HVDC delivers the following recommendations:
  • The Agency urges Member States, which are still non-compliant, promptly to implement the requirements on criteria for granting derogations and asks NRAs to promote rapid progress and transparency in this area.​
  • The Agency recommends that, when amending the criteria for granting derogations (at most once a year), NRAs take into account best practice, as shared in the framework of the Agency.
Access the Report here​.