PC_2021_E_04 Public Consultation on the Draft Framework Guideline on sector-specific rules for cybersecurity aspects of cross-border electricity flows

30.04.2021
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What is it about?

​​​​​​​​The purpose of the non-binding Framework Guideline (FG) is to set high-level principles that should be further elaborated in the Network Code on sector-specific rules for cybersecurity aspects of cross-border electricity flows.

The role of the FG and of the following network code, is to supplement and further specialise existing cybersecurity and risk preparedness directives and regulations, introducing viable solutions to identified cybersecurity gaps and risks.

The objective of the network code, based on the draft FG principle, should be to solve, mitigate and prevent the potential high impact or materialization of cybersecurity risks, as well as to prevent those cybersecurity attacks or incidents that may impact real time operations (causing cascade effects).    

ACER invites all concerned stakeholders to contribute to the public consultation, and therefore to define and shape the final Framework Guideline. 

The public consultation will run until 29 June 2021 at 23:59 Ljubljana Time.  Enter the Public Consultation.​

Next steps:

  • ACER will analyse the responses received in July 2021 and will deliver a final version of the FG to the European Commission.
  • In July 2021, ACER will publish a summary of the consultation, including an evaluation of the responses.

  • ACER will publish all responses received and the identity of their respective stakeholders (unless stated otherwise). For this reason, please indicate if your response may be publicly disclosed or not, and if you agree with the data protection policy.​

Consultation documents

Evaluation of responses and responses

  
  
AITSA d.o.o..pdfAITSA d.o.o.New
All NEMO Committee.pdfAll NEMO CommitteeNew
BEUC.pdfBEUCNew
CEDEC European Federation of Local Energy Companies.pdfCEDEC European Federation of Local Energy CompaniesNew
Commission de régulation de l'énergie.pdfCommission de régulation de l'énergieNew
E.DSO.pdfE.DSONew
EDF.pdfEDFNew
EE-ISAC.pdfEE-ISACNew
ElaadNL.pdfElaadNLNew
Electricity Association of Ireland.pdfElectricity Association of IrelandNew
ENCS.pdfENCSNew
Enedis.pdfEnedisNew
ENEL SpA.pdfENEL SpANew
Energy Community Secretariat.pdfEnergy Community SecretariatNew
EPEX SPOT.pdfEPEX SPOTNew
ESB Networks.pdfESB NetworksNew
Eurelectric.pdfEurelectricNew
European Energy Exchange AG.pdfEuropean Energy Exchange AGNew
Europex.pdfEuropexNew
Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community.pdfFederal Ministry of the Interior, Building and CommunityNew
GEODE.pdfGEODENew
Institut Luxembourgeois de Régulation.pdfInstitut Luxembourgeois de RégulationNew
Microsoft Corporation.pdfMicrosoft CorporationNew
mpc management project coaching.pdfmpc management project coachingNew
smartEn.pdfsmartEnNew
Swedenergy.pdfSwedenergyNew
T&D Europe.pdfT&D EuropeNew
TenneT TSO GmbH.pdfTenneT TSO GmbHNew
Terna Rete Elettrica Nazionale S.p.A..pdfTerna Rete Elettrica Nazionale S.p.A.New
tiko Energy Solutions.pdftiko Energy SolutionsNew
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