This year is deadline year for the EU’s day-ahead market coupling project, with north-west Europe to launch on 4 February and south-west Europe expected to synchronise in March.
The complex, multi-party programme has been years in development, and a successful outcome would be a big step towards the EU’s long-term goal of a single electricity market. In the UK, domestic developments also present 2014 as a year of reform. In the first of a two-part series, ICIS highlights key trends in the year to come, first looking at northern- and western-European markets.
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