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Workshop Report: Access to Energy Data – Barriers, Solutions and Recommendations

Detailed report on the discussions at the workshop (March 20th 2019, organised by ESMIG and EER) on access to energy data and the key recommendations brought forward for secondary EU legislations.

With smart meters being rolled out in Europe, valuable data is generated that can benefit all energy market participants: consumers, network operators, DSOs, TSOs, suppliers and new energy service providers. For this to happen, the data needs to be accessed in an efficient, non-discriminatory way and free of charge for all authorized energy market participants.

On March 20th 2019, ESMIG and EER jointly organized a workshop on access to energy data to discuss where we are in terms of regulation, what are the current market barriers that new energy service providers are facing, what are some best practices from European countries and what are some potential solutions to overcome these barriers. In this section you find a detailed report on the discussions at the event and particularly, the key recommendations brought forward for secondary EU legislations.

About the organisers

ESMIG is the European voice of smart energy solution providers. Our members are European companies that provide products, information technology and services for multi-commodity metering, display and management of energy consumption and production at consumer premises. @ESMIG_EU

European Energy Retailers is the voice of Independent Energy & Solution Providers in EU-wide policy discussions. For achieving well-functioning retail energy markets, new suppliers and service providers must be able to enter and compete in the market on equal terms.  @EUEnergyRetail