Moderator: Adnan Rondic
Development of electricity interconnectivity from 2021 to 2030 (ratio between cross-border transmission capacity and installed generation capacity), aiming for 15% by 2030 and taking into account Contracting Parties specific factors such as costs and potential trade flows. This should also include an indication of the main projects envisaged to achieve the necessary interconnectivity in a 2030 perspective.
For energy infrastructure, how planned national infrastructure projects as well as the Projects of Energy Community interest (PECIs) relating to the Contracting Parties will be implemented, including a time-line. In this context, national plans should build on the regulation on guidelines for trans-European energy infrastructure, as incorporated in the Energy Community.
Objectives with respect to market competition, market integration and coupling, deployment of flexibility in the power sector, including development of short-term markets, demand response competitiveness of energy markets, and roll-out of smart technologies and smart grids.
Assessment of the implications of planned infrastructure investments and of developments in energy production on wholesale and retail energy prices and on market integration with other Member States and Contracting Parties.
Introductory presentation: Energy Transition_Market status and Challenges – Edin Zametica, State Electricity Regulatory Commission
1. Edin Zametica, State Electricity Regulatory Commission
2. Halko Balavac, FBiH Ministry for Energy, Mining and Industry
3. Milan Jankovic, Republika Srpska Ministry of Energy and Mining
4. Admir Softic, Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations of BiH
5. Aleksandar Jegdic, Regulatory Commission for Energy of RS
6. Admir Andelija, Elektroprivreda BiH
7. Senad Aganovic, Regulatory Commission for Energy in FBiH
Presentation: Revision of Market Rules in BiH – Bozidar Radovic, USAID EIA
1. Dzeneta Erovic, Independent System Operator BiH
2. Merim Dzizic, , Independent System Operator BIH
3. Muamer Bahto, Elektroprivreda BiH
4. Jefto Ninkovic, Elektroprivreda Republike Srpske
5. Ervin Leko, Elektroprivreda HZHB
6. Uros Bojanic, EFT Stanari
1. Nebojsa Filipovic, USAID EIA
2. Dragan Rikic, Elektroprivreda Republike Srpske
3. Boris Sunjic, Elektroprivreda HZHB