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||Systeemaspecten van de elektriciteitsvoorziening
Liberalization of the energy market is an ongoing process, changing old interfaces between the various parties and creating new entities and hence new interfaces. In view of the increasing complexity in the various relationships standardization has the potential to facilitate and rationalize the interfaces. This report aims to define the existing major interactions and to identify aspects suitable for standardization in the near future. It is anticipated that the liberalization process will continue to develop and therefore it is recommended to establish a structure within IEC which will follow the ongoing process and take the necessary initiatives to create and maintain a system approach covering the whole market from production at various levels down to the utilization at the costumer level. Although a major part of the standards are in place, some new fields need to be considered. It is also felt necessary by the working group to improve the co-ordination between the committees involved and ensure that all necessary system aspects are covered. In addition to the recommendations to review or complement the present portfolio of standards a key recommendation is to convert the present TC 8 into a system committee for electric energy supply system. It is also recommended that CENELEC should set up a mirror committee to IEC/TC 8 to follow and complement the IEC work in areas where there is a particular European need. Two of these areas are identified in the report.