The EU regulation on energy market integrity and transparency (No 1227/2011), which is also known as REMIT, helps to counteract insider trading and market manipulation. It aims to create transparency on the gas and electricity markets and strengthen trust in a fair, competitive wholesale energy market. REMIT also obliges market participants to publish insider information.
Implementing Regulation No 1348/2014, which came into force on 7 January 2015, spells out in concrete terms the registration and information obligations of players on the wholesale energy market, as provided for in the REMIT legislation. In Germany, the Federal Network Agency is responsible for implementing REMIT – alongside the Europe-wide ACER body.
On request, we can assume responsibility for submitting REMIT notifications for all your trading activities, thus enabling you to focus on your core business. The notification portal provides our plant operators with a convenient place to record reportable incidents such as plant breakdowns and maintenance periods. They can then use our REMIT notification page to fulfil their obligation to publish this data. You can find insider information in accordance with the EU regulation No. 1227/2011 published here.