EU wide implementation challenges of market design: a consultation

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EU wide implementation challenges of market design: a consultation

The OneNet project has analyzed in depth the existing barriers to move towards a more consumer-oriented, coordinated and integrated European Market Design. A set of solutions has been developed in the project, supported by insights from 15 large demonstrators that verified feasibility and effectiveness of the proposed solutions.

This consultation document provides a summary of main policy recommendations for market design. The document is structured along eight thematic areas, each accompanied by a brief key message outlining the proposed steps forward. Through a thorough analysis, we have identified key enablers and barriers tied to each set of solutions, taking into account regulatory, economic, and technical considerations. Furthermore, we identified the timing (short-term, medium-term, long-term) and appropriate level of intervention (local,
national, European) for each barrier and enabler.


As we move towards the end of the project, we would like to engage with a diverse array of stakeholders to
validate our assessment. We would like to have your feedback on following questions :

  1. From the selection of 8 thematic areas, what are the top three solutions or thematic areas that you believe should be prioritized on policy agendas?
  2. In your view, what are the main barriers and enablers for these solutions or thematic areas?
  3. What concrete recommendations do you propose for further policy development in these areas?
  4. Are there any gaps or topics currently not addressed that you deem important for achieving an integrated, coordinated market?

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➔ Answers can be submitted to: Helena Gerard, Jacob Mason until 12/03/2024