The first NOME auction in 2018, scheduled for 17 January, will likely be postponed to early February, in order to give the authorities more time to implement new obligations, under which the buyers will have to offer the electricity to the domestic market rather than to export it.
For the last auction of 2017, Greek Regulatory Authority for Energy (RAE) adopted a decision, according to which, the suppliers will have to sell at least 30 % of the electricity they acquire at the auction on the domestic market. It is still unclear which percentage of electricity bought at the first 2018 auction will they have to sell on the domestic market.
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