Electricity market to be liberalized.As of 1 January January: see month. 2013, the liberalization lib·er·al·ize
v. lib·er·al·ized, lib·er·al·iz·ing, lib·er·al·iz·es
To make liberal or more liberal: "Our standards of private conduct have been greatly liberalized . . . of the electricity market for 170 companies from the country will start and as of 1 January 2015 it will start for all consumers in the country, including the households. As Director General of MEPSO Dejan Boskovski explained, the modifications are part of the new rulebook on the electricity market that represent a new era in the liberalization of the energy market.
For this goal, new sublegal acts have been adopted which will regulate the rights, obligations and relations of all participants on the electricity market, namely producers, consumers and traders.
The news is that the electricity will be traded on a daily basis with use of lists of prior and this gives the opportunity for participants on the market to trade with amounts of electricity that are excessive or lacking on a daily level.
On the list of priorities, the bidder of electricity that demands the lowest price for the offered amount of electrical energy will have the priority and on the side of the demand, the buyer that demands electrical energy for the highest price will have the priority.
"This model will enhance the responsibility, improve the planning and the rationality of participants on the market of electrical energy will increase. The goal is to sustain an optimal level of reliable work and stability of the electro-energy system through better operative OPERATIVE. A workman; one employed to perform labor for another.
2. This word is used in the bankrupt law of 19th August, 1841, s. 5, which directs that any person who shall have performed any labor as an operative in the service of any bankrupt shall be planning," Boskovski said.
The participants will have the opportunity to form groups and this will reduce or completely eliminate the imbalance imbalance /im·bal·ance/ (im-bal´ans)
1. lack of balance, such as between two opposing muscles or between electrolytes in the body.
2. dysequilibrium (2). of the electro-energetic system.