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  • Commercial electricity flow between Finland and Estonia (FI-EE)

    Commercial electricity flow (dayahead market and intraday market) between Finland and Estonia (FI-EE) including system supportive trade between TSOs. Positive sign is export from Finland to Estonia.

  • Total solar production capacity used in the solar power forecast

    This is the total solar production capacity used in Fingrid's solar power forecast. It is based on the small scale production statistics gathered by the Energy authority. It is also updated with estimates based on information that's provided to Fingrid.

    This total capacity information can be used, for example, to calculate the rate of production of solar power, by comparing it to the forecasted solar production series by Fingrid. This capacity information cannot however be considered as the official amount of solar production capacity in Finland, as it is updated manually and by using estimates.

  • Kinetic energy of the Nordic power system - real time data

    Real-time estimate of the kinetic energy of the Nordic power system calculated by the Nordic transmission system operators.

    The data is updated every 1 minute.

    Historical data as of 2015/3/27 available.

    More information can be found on Fingrid's internet-site.

  • Balancing Capacity Market bids

    The amount of bids in the balancing capacity market, MW/week. Fingrid procures mFRR capacity throught the balancing capacity market on a weekly auction, which is held when needed. Balance service provider pledges itself to leave regulating bids on the regulation market. For that the balance service provider is entitled to capacity payment. The amount of bids is published at latest on Friday on the week before the procurement week at 12:00 (EET)

  • Frequency - historical data

    Frequency of the Nordic synchronous system with a 10 Hz sample rate.

    The frequency measurement data has been divided into archives consisting of monthly frequency measurement data. Within the archives, the data is divided into daily CSV-files that can be manipulated using common data analysis software.

    The frequency is measured at 400 kV substations at different locations in Finland with a sample rate of 10 Hz. The data may contain some gaps due to telecommunication errors etc. The times are according to UTC+2 / UTC+3 during daylight saving time period.

  • Total wind production capacity used in the wind power forecast

    This is the total wind production capacity used in Fingrid's wind power forecast. It is based capacity information gathered by Fingrid.

    This total capacity information can be used, for example, to calculate the rate of production of wind power, by comparing it to the actual wind production series by Fingrid. This capacity information cannot however be considered as the official amount of wind production capacity in Finland, as it is updated manually.

  • Solar power generation forecast - updated once a day

    Solar power generation forecasts for the next day. Forecast is updated every day at 12 p.m. EET. Length of the forecast is 36 hours. Overlapping hours are overwrited.

    Solar forecasts are based on weather forecasts and estimates of installed PV capacity and location in Finland. Total PV capacity is based on yearly capacity statistics from the Finnish energy authority and estimates on installation rate of new capacity. Location information is a very rough estimate based on Finnish distribution grid operators information.

  • Wind power generation forecast - updated once a day

    Finnish wind power generation forecasts for the next day. Forecast is updated every day at 12 p.m. EET. Length of the forecast is 36 hours. Overlapping hours are overwritten.

    The forecast is based on weather forecasts and data about the location, size and capacity of wind turbines. The weather data sourced from multiple providers.

  • Wind power generation forecast - updated hourly

    Finnish wind power generation forecast for the next 36 hours. Updated hourly.

    The forecast is based on weather forecasts and data about the location, size and capacity of wind turbines. The weather data sourced from multiple providers.

  • Wind power production - real time data

    Wind power production based on the real-time measurements in Fingrid's operation control system. About a tenth of the production capacity is estimated as measurements aren't available. The data is updated every 3 minutes.

  • Wind power generation - hourly data

    Finnish hourly wind power generation is a sum of measurements from wind parks supplied to Fingrid and of the estimate Fingrid makes from non-measured wind parks. Non-measured wind parks are about a tenth of the production capacity.

  • Price of last activated down-regulation bid, real-time publication

    The price of the last activated down-regulation bid. The price is published real-time when Finland is a separate regulation area.

  • Price of last activated up-regulation bid, real-time publication

    The price of the last activated up-regulation bid. The price is published real-time when Finland is a separate regulation area.

  • Congestion income between FI and SE3

    Congestion income between FI and SE3.

    Congestion income is published on ENTSO-E's Transparency Platform, which can be founded here: https://transparency.entsoe.eu/transmission/r2/dailyImplicitAllocationsCongestionIncome/show . There are historical values to be found from Open Data until the beginning of February 2017. After February 2017 updated data as well as historical data can be founded from ENTSO-E's Transparency Platform.

    Congestion income = commercial flow between FI and SE3 on the day ahead market [MWh/h] * absolute value of price difference between FI and SE3 [€/MWh].

    Congestion originates in the situation where transmission capacity between bidding zones is not sufficient to fulfill the market demand and the congestion splits the bidding zones into separate price areas. Congestion income arises from the different prices that the sellers receive and the buyers pay when electricity flows from the higher price area to the lower price area. The seller acting in a lower price area receives lower price for electricity compared to the price the other party pays for electricity in the higher price area, and the power exchange receives surplus income, which it then pays to the Transmission System Operators (TSOs). The TSOs spend the received congestion income on increasing the transmission capacity on its cross-border interconnectors according to the EU regulation.

  • Congestion income between FI-SE1

    Congestion income between Finland (FI) and Northern Sweden (SE1).

    Congestion income is published on ENTSO-E's Transparency Platform, which can be founded here: https://transparency.entsoe.eu/transmission/r2/dailyImplicitAllocationsCongestionIncome/show . There are historical values to be found from Open Data until the beginning of February 2017. After February 2017 updated data as well as historical data can be founded from ENTSO-E's Transparency Platform.

    Congestion income is calculated as follows: congestion income [€/h] = commercial flow on day ahead market [MW] * area price difference [€/MWh]

    Congestion originates in the situation where transmission capacity between bidding zones is not sufficient to fulfill the market demand and the congestion splits the bidding zones into separate price areas. Congestion income arises from the different prices that the sellers receive and the buyers pay when electricity flows from the higher price area to the lower price area. The seller acting in a lower price area receives lower price for electricity compared to the price the other party pays for electricity in the higher price area, and the power exchange receives surplus income, which it then pays to the Transmission System Operators (TSOs). The TSOs spend the received congestion income on increasing the transmission capacity on its cross-border interconnectors according to the EU regulation.

  • Congestion income between Finland and Estonia

    Congestion income between Finland (FI) and Estonia (EE).

    Congestion income is published on ENTSO-E's Transparency Platform, which can be founded here: https://transparency.entsoe.eu/transmission/r2/dailyImplicitAllocationsCongestionIncome/show . There are historical values to be found from Open Data until the beginning of February 2017. After February 2017 updated data as well as historical data can be founded from ENTSO-E's Transparency Platform.

    Congestion income is calculated as follows: congestion income [€/h] = commercial flow on day ahead market [MW] * area price difference [€/MWh]

    Congestion originates in the situation where transmission capacity between bidding zones is not sufficient to fulfill the market demand and the congestion splits the bidding zones into separate price areas. Congestion income arises from the different prices that the sellers receive and the buyers pay when electricity flows from the higher price area to the lower price area. The power exchange receives the difference, which it then pays to the Transmission System Operators (TSOs). The TSOs spend the received congestion income on increasing the transmission capacity on its cross-border interconnectors according to the EU regulation.

  • Emission factor of electricity production in Finland - real time data

    Near in real time calculated carbon dioxide emission estimate of electricity production in Finland. The emissions are estimated by summing each product of different electricity production type and their emission factor together, and by dividing the sum by Finland's total electricity production.

    The data is updated every 3 minutes.

  • Emission factor for electricity consumed in Finland - real time data

    Estimate of carbon dioxide of produced electricity, which is consumed in Finland. The emissions are estimated by taking FInland's electricity production, electricity import as well as electricity export into account.

    The data is updated every 3 minutes.

  • Activated down-regulation power

    The activated downward power from balancing power market. The value is given for each 15 minutes and indicated the amount of activated power in the end of each 15 minute time period. The values are available starting from December 2018.

  • Activated up-regulation power

    The activated upward power from balancing power market. The value is given for each 15 minutes and indicated the amount of activated power in the end of each 15 minute time period. The values are available starting from December 2018.

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