Are you ready for I-SEM?

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Are you ready for I-SEM?The Integrated Single Electricity Market (I-SEM) will profoundly change the wholesale electricity trading arrangements in Ireland and Northern Ireland. Market participants, both current and future, will need to adapt their organisations, systems and practices, to deal with this new reality due in the fourth quarter of 2017. Companies with low levels of readiness for this market risk being left behind.

Gemserv, has prepared this paper to help market participants consider their options in getting ready for I-SEM. It summarises the new market, and outlines the areas that companies should consider in preparing for their market readiness activities. The aim of this paper* is to help companies answer the question: “are you ready for I-SEM?”

Click the link below to download this paper:

Are you ready for I-SEM?

*Problems with downloading? Email marketing@gemserv.com requesting the TLP, and we will send you a copy!

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