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We present a computable model that encompasses several proposals of the “Florence Regulatory Forum”, initiated by the European Commission to deal with cross-border trade. Specifically, the model imbeds both the access to the network and congestion issues analysed by the Forum. Access charges reflect the mechanism devised by the Forum, and congestion at the(More)
In the framework of the EU cross-border trade of electricity, international transactions may be carried by several network operators in different Member States. Operators hosting such transits incur additional costs on their local network. The European Commission has issued a proposal, regarding the Guidelines on an Inter-TSO Compensation Mechanism. We show(More)
We present a computable model that encompasses several proposals of the "Florence Regulatory Forum" initiated by the European Commission to deal with cross-border trade. Specifically, the model imbeds both the access to the network and congestion issues analysed by the Forum. Access charges reflect the mechanism devised by the forum, and congestion at the(More)
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