CEDEC members are represented through their national experts in the working groups on different issues. The working groups usually meet in Brussels on a regular as well as ad-hoc basis.
The working group will produce position papers on how to improve the functioning of the energy retail markets for all types of consumers and especially for the most vulnerable ones.
The working group on energy and climate deals with all topics regarding the broader energy and climate policy of the European Unions, such as renewable energy, energy efficiency, the European Emission Trading Scheme, etc.
The CEDEC Working Group “Heating and Cooling” is established to follow up EU legislation on this crucial sector. After a non-legally-binding communication on Heating and Cooling strategy, the Commission proposed some concrete measures that need to be monitored and discussed, such as the mainstreaming of renewables in the sector.
The Working Group, focuses specifically on strategic European gas topics relevant for local and regional gas companies and the gas DSOs, including the developments of the European Network Codes for Gas.
This working group’s objective is to discuss and compare the different grid tariff models and related regulatory systems and across EU Member States.
The working groups follow up the development and the implications for distribution system operators (DSOs) of the network codes for gas and electricity.
The working group focuses on essential issues in a smart grid environment, such as data management and data communication, as well as smart metering systems, new roles and responsibilities.
This working group deals with legislative proposals affecting energy trading such as MIFID, REMIT as well as general issues in wholesale markets.
The working group has been set up to discuss policy and legal aspects of the proposal - published by the European Commission in April 2018 - to review the current PSI Directive. The proposed text aims at extending the scope of the application of the Directive to public undertakings and risks to create an unfair playing field between public and private companies.