The ACER Electricity and Gas Information System (AEGIS) supports information gathering and management tasks of the Agency for Cooperation of Energy Regulators (the Agency). The system allows stakeholders to report a wide spectrum of data related to infrastructure projects, network codes, and market monitoring in electricity and gas pursuant to the appropriate regulations.

The AEGIS system is neither connected to nor a part of REMIT. Data collected in AEGIS are not related to REMIT data collection and obligations.

Terms of Use

By accessing and using AEGIS, you acknowledge, accept and agree to any and all of our Terms of Use as described below, and otherwise contained in or referenced on this website. These Terms of Use specify the extent to which you will have access to the website and what type of data entries shall be reported in AEGIS.

Who can access information support system (AEGIS)?

Only registered users can access the information support system.

Any person representing an institution having a justifiable reason to report or access data stored by the Agency may become a registered user. This include representatives of:

  • Infrastructure Project Promoters,
  • Transmission System Operators,
  • National Regulatory Authorities,
  • European Commission,
  • Innovation & Networks Executive Agency,
  • Other organizations if agreed with ACER.

Registration is performed through the registration form where a user is requested to provide personal data, business affiliation, and reasons for system access. Once verified, registered users are provided with a unique username and password to have access to their own data and applications.

A user may be granted with access rights to any available application based on their interests and reporting obligations. The decision on access type and applications to be used by the user is done by the Agency’s system administrator based on information received from the relevant Agency’s departments and teams.

Legal Disclaimer

The Agency maintains AEGIS to collect information regarding energy infrastructure projects implementation, network codes implementation and effects monitoring, and wholesale and retail market monitoring, covering both electricity and gas

The Agency’s goal is to keep this information timely and accurate, subject to data provided by project promoters. If errors are brought to our attention, we will contact the relevant data provider and try to correct them. However, the Agency accepts no responsibility or liability whatsoever with regard to the information on this site, which is based on input received from users.

Users providing data shall be responsible that the information shared is comprehensive, complete, accurate or up to date to the extent possible.

If linked to external sites, users should hold responsibility for the information presented in that way. The Agency will assume no responsibility on this matter.

Furthermore, the Agency cannot guarantee that our service will not be interrupted or otherwise affected by technical problems. The Agency accepts no responsibility with regard to such problems incurred as a result of using the website-based data gathering tool.

Information sharing with the European Commission

The information provided in AEGIS may be shared with the European Commission and the Innovation & Networks Executive Agency (INEA) according to the appropriate regulations.

Please indicate whether you have any objection to this and if so for which data and with which institution, indicating the underlying reasons.

Use of the single reporting "window" in case of PCI reporting by project promoters

Pursuant to Article 5(4) of Regulation (EU) No 347/2013, project promoters of PCIs shall submit by 31 March an annual report to the relevant national Competent Authority(ies)[*] and to the Agency. In order to minimise the reporting burden, the Agency and the Competent Authorities have signed a Memorandum of Understanding on PCI information exchange (“MoU”). The MoU allows promoters to submit the annual report via a single reporting service (“window”) to the Agency, which will then transmit the report to the relevant national Competent Authority(ies) who are signatories to the MoU. Project promoters already expressed their intention during the nomination of contact points whether they wish to use the single reporting service. The Agency is going to transfer the PCI reports only to those Competent Authorities which project promoters have indicated earlier.

Privacy Statement on the processing of personal data

ACER is committed to respecting the privacy of the target audience it communicates with. When processing personal data, ACER is subject to Regulation (EC) No 45/2001 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 December 2000 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data by the Community institutions and bodies and on the free movement of such data. According to the applicable provisions of Regulation (EC) No 45/2001, data subjects shall have, inter-alia, the right of access to and rectification, blocking, and erasure of their personal data.

Data subjects seeking clarification of their rights or further information on their rights should contact the Agency’s data protection officer (DPO@acer.europa.eu). Data subjects wishing to exercise their rights are requested to contact either the contact person for this processing operation (aegis.admin@acer.europa.eu ), or the Agency’s data protection officer. Please note that data subjects may have recourse to the European Data Protection Supervisor (www.edps.europa.eu) at any time.