Mitigating systemic market risk in electricity markets
WG C5.22 analysed the impact of systemic market risk on power markets. Markets are becoming increasingly susceptible to systemic risks due to the more complex political, environmental and technological settings which have evolved. The TB analyses the issues and compares the responses which have been taken in the past to risks which have materialised, as well as assessing the level of systemic risk which is evident in the markets today.
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