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An efficient congestion management system is a necessary condition to remove obstacles to the cross border trade of electricity in Europe and hence to move towards an internal electricity market. Locational marginal pricing (LMP) is progressively becoming the benchmark of congestion management in the United States. It is conceptually simple, compatible with basic economic theory and physical realities, and effective in practice. Proposals for congestion management in Europe depart in severaldoi:10.2139/ssrn.746506 fatcat:ncahetdwtna3dajnjwcp3do7g4