REScoopVPP review of energy sharing regulation is out!
This REScoopVPP report focuses on the regulation of energy sharing in 9 different European countries and the UK. It provides a systematic assessment of the existing framework according to 5 perspectives: (1) Key aspects of energy sharing regulation, (2) Allocation of roles, (3) Technical rules for energy sharing, (4) Economics and (5) Availability of information and facilitation.
“Flanders in Belgium has a very strict interpretation of the REDII directive with energy communities being the only ones entitled to share energy, whereas Spain have generalised the right for self-consumption of renewable energy beyond the building. That’s only one example of the various learnings we’ve made through this report.”
The report concludes with a series of 19 recommendations and takeaways to improve the regulation of existing and future national regulations.