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9. Final Decision: The National Assembly obliged power plants above 5 MW to trade on the exchange from 1 January14.12.2017   10:16 
The National Assembly obliged power plants above 5 MW installed capacity to sell their electric energy on the energy exchange. This obligation enters into force on 1 January 2018 as the National Assembly adopted it at a second hearing. For plants which the Energy and Water Regulatory Commission (EWRC)
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10. Future Energy’s clients choose a new supplier until 30 April12.12.2017   14:53 
The Energy and Water Regulatory Commission (EWRC) has made an explicit amendment to the Rules for Trading with Electric Power (RTEP) in order to solve the issue with Future Energy’s clients after the supplier, by its own request, was removed from the electricity market on 2 December, EWRC Chairman,
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11. ESO gave Future Energy’s clients an exceptional deadline extension for choosing a new supplier07.12.2017   12:01 
The Electricity System Operator (ESO) gave Future Energy’s clients a deadline extension for choosing a new supplier as the electricity supplier has been suspended from the market since 2 December. According to different information sources, its clients are between 3 500 and 5 000, including shopping
category: News | Electricity
12. Ivanov: Contracts for difference are applicable for RES and cogenerations only15.11.2017   15:51 
The two so-called American plants cannot enter the free market by contracts for difference. This was commented within the discussions with the European Commission, as was clear from the presentation by the Energy and Water Regulatory Commission (EWRC) Chairperson, Assoc. Prof. Ivan Ivanov, during the
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