Strategy and energy policy
Regulation on the internal market for electricity and Directive on common rules for the internal market in electricity
Directive on the promotion of the energy from renewable sources
Directive on energy efficiency
Regulation on the Governance of the Energy Union
CEZ Group paper on EU electricity market design
Since 2003, European Commission set forth to introduce an internal European electricity market (IEM) based on connecting national markets and stimulating free trade of electricity across the continent.
A 2030 framework for climate and energy policies
The CEZ Group welcomes the fact that 2030 Green paper combines the two key issues – energy and climate change policies. This integrated approach is the only one which can tackle both immediate and long-term challenges.
General Block Exemption Regulation 2014-2020
The CEZ Group welcomes the current review of the state aid rules and considers it an important opportunity to improve and harmonize rules for providing state aids.
Long-term financing of the European economy
From the point of view of the energy sector, it has to be stated that the CEZ Group reduces investments because of the increasing uncertainty regarding the projection of development of the market situation and the...
2015 International Climate Change Agreement
The CEZ Group believes that if the 2015 Agreement should fulfil the expectations of all actors engaged, it must stem from the only, so far concluded, universal agreement that is the Convention.
EU Thematic Strategy on Air Pollution
The CEZ Group considers the revision of the Thematic Strategy On Air Pollution very useful. However, it must be stressed that any measures that might come into account have to be considered from the view of efficiency,...
Generation adequacy, capacity mechanisms and internal market in elektricity
The CEZ Group believes that fundamentally the internal market is a self-correcting mechanism that enables energy markets to function under normal conditions without any support mechanisms.