Time to talk about #EnergyEmergency & how to protect the EU & the region👇
On 7 Dec, join @RCaliminte, GIE Deputy Secretary General, at @Eurogas #ARCCzechia Conference to learn more about the #EnergyTransition & the role of gas infrastructure in the 🇨🇿

📨http://bit.ly/3EQTHs8

24/11/22: #EnergyCouncil agreed on a regulation aiming at enhancing #solidarity via better coordination of #gas purchases, exchanges of gas across borders& reliable price benchmarks enhancing.

#EnergyTransparency is an essential part of the 🧩. GIE is a pivotal partner.

💡A “bottom-up” approach to decarbonising #buildings can lead to carbon neutrality, empowering consumers, energy communities, local authorities & suppliers.

So with the buildings sector & small- & medium-sized businesses, we've released a new joint paper: http://bit.ly/3ATLF0u

🗓️@MARCOGAZ, together with @Ener_Community and @GIEBrussels, are pleased to organise the 7th 2022 Monthly #Methane #Monday webinar next week, on 28th November from 14:30-15:30, this time on #MIST- support to #gas system operators to combat #methane #emissions.🏭

Interested in a regional analysis of the status of #decarbonisation in Central & South Eastern #Europe? Here you go👇

🧐https://www.gie.eu/press/decarbonisation-in-central-south-eastern-europe/

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IIP services for REMIT Inside Information Reporting / UMM

 

According to REGULATION (EU) No 1227/2011 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 25 October 2011 on wholesale energy market integrity and transparency (Official Journal of the European Union, L326/1), market participants shall publicly disclose inside information which they possess with regard to the businesses or facilities that they or their parent undertaking or a related undertaking own or control, or whose operational matters they or their undertaking are responsible for, either fully or in partially.

In general, inside information should be disclosed in such a manner ensuring that it is capable of being disseminated to as wide a public as possible. This is why the disclosure of inside information through central platforms that aggregate urgent market messages from market participants is considered effective.


ACER – the European Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators – manages the process of registering such central platforms, called Inside Information Platforms (IIPs) as Regulated Information Services (RISs) based on their compliance with the minimum quality requirements for effective disclosure of inside information.

ACER Guidance: According to Article 4(4) of REMIT, the publication of inside information, including in aggregated form, in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 714/2009 or (EC) No 715/2009, or guidelines and network codes adopted pursuant to those Regulations, constitutes simultaneous, complete and effective public disclosure.

ENTSO-E and ENTSOG are providing central transparency platforms in the meaning of Article 4(4) of REMIT and are invited to adhere that the published information conforms to the minimum quality requirements of Section 7.2.2 of the ACER Guidance. ENTSOG, GIE and several TSO transparency platforms applied to be considered as IIPs for the effective disclosure of inside information and aim at adhering to the above-mentioned IIP requirements.

The relevant platforms for IIP reporting are available at https://www.acer-remit.eu/portal/list-inside-platforms.


The GIE IIP serves as a consolidated platform, covering UMM (Urgent Market Message) events concerning storage, LNG and transmission systems/facilities.

The data publication on the IIP platform uses threaded reporting, linking related UMM event status updates through a collapsible view.

UMMs are also disclosed through webfeeds in RSS, ATOM and JSON format and the IIP publlication can can be filtered by content type with export for query results in CSV/JSON/XLSX and PDF format.

Following REMIT requirements, all listed timings are in UTC time format.

Main publication and RSSfeed at : GIE Inside Information Platform (IIP) Production environment : https://iip.gie.eu

RSSfeed also available at : AGSI+ / GIE Transparency Platform for Storage : https://agsi.gie.eu
and ALSI / GIE Transparency Platform for LNG : https://alsi.gie.eu

Data provision for UMM at: https://remit.gie.eu (using either online forms, XML file upload or through automated data channels using AS4, AS2 or SFTP)

Technical documentation describing the procedures, data validation, error processing and handling, processing timings are available through our IT team at remit@gie.eu.


UMM XML Schemas :
https://www.gie.eu/REMIT/GIEUMMSchema_V2.xsd
https://www.gie.eu/REMIT/GIEReceiptSchema_V2.xsd

The GIE RRM team remains at your disposal for any questions you may have on this : please send your inquiries to:

remit@gie.eu for technical assistant by our IT team and technical documentation david.defour@gie.eu for regulatory / content assistance

More information on REMIT and ARIS can be found at :

Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators
www.acer.europa.eu

www.acer-remit.eu

GIE as an IIP for inside information disclosure is :

  • The service is made available to all SSO / LSO and TSO
  • The service is available both to GIE Members and non-GIE Member companies (a contractual relationship is required)
  • The service is made available at no extra charge for accounts already using GIE as RRM
  • The compliance deadline set by ACER for use of an IIP for publication of inside information is 1 January 2021

HOW TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE GIE IIP Reporting Service

Send a request by e-mail to transparency@gie.eu or david.defour@gie.eu to activate the IIP service.
More information and technical documentation will be provided. A contractual relationship is required.