​One of the key conclusions is the need for close coordination between all involved parties in neighbouring states to ensure that national capacity mechanisms, where introduced, take into account and reward the effective contribution of foreign generation or demand response, while preserving the integrity of the electricity target model.

Governments, regulators, TSOs, and also power exchanges and market parties for some aspects, need to contribute to the design of cross-border participation, where possible on a regional basis

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