Updated compliancy directives CDS network tariffs – now what?

Consequences of the recent decree of the Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM)

The Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM, the Dutch regulator) ensures fair competition between businesses, and protects consumer interests. This agency recently specified the criteria for Closed Distribution System (CDS) operators regarding the transparency of network tariffs. What does this mean for (future) CDS operators?

In order to make your life easier, we have studied the criteria and summarized the most important consequences when it comes to compliancy. Also, we identify the optimization opportunities that arise when industrial energy users re-organize their energy data following these regulatory transparency criteria.

Interested to hear about how this effects your (future) CDS? Contact us so we can help you take the necessary steps. Or check our dedicated web page for (industrial) energy users.


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