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  • Incentivising Component (IC) NO4

    Incentivising Component (IC) NO4

    More information about VoAA and IC can be found in eSett Handbook (definitions and calculation rules). VoAA and IC are not implemented in Norway as in the other Nordic countries, but corresponding values are published for informational purposes.

  • Incentivising Component (IC) SE1

    Incentivising Component (IC) SE1

    More information about VoAA and IC can be found in eSett Handbook (definitions and calculation rules).

  • Incentivising Component (IC)SE2

    Incentivising Component (IC)SE2

    More information about VoAA and IC can be found in eSett Handbook (definitions and calculation rules).

  • Incentivising Component (IC) NO5

    Incentivising Component (IC) NO5

    More information about VoAA and IC can be found in eSett Handbook (definitions and calculation rules). VoAA and IC are not implemented in Norway as in the other Nordic countries, but corresponding values are published for informational purposes.

  • Incentivising Component (IC) FI

    Incentivising Component (IC) FI

    More information about VoAA and IC can be found in eSett Handbook (definitions and calculation rules).

  • Incentivising Component (IC) SE3

    Incentivising Component (IC) SE3

    More information about VoAA and IC can be found in eSett Handbook (definitions and calculation rules).

  • Incentivising Component (IC) SE4

    Incentivising Component (IC) SE4

    More information about VoAA and IC can be found in eSett Handbook (definitions and calculation rules).

  • Value of Avoided Activation (VoAA) FI

    Value of Avoided Activation (VoAA) FI

    More information about VoAA and IC can be found in eSett Handbook (definitions and calculation rules).

  • Congestion income between FI-EE

    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.

  • 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 FI-SE3

    Congestion income between Finland (FI) and Central Sweden (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.

  • Down-regulation bids, price of the last activated - real time data

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

  • Temperature in Oulu - real time data

    Outside air temperature measurement at Leväsuo substation. The data is updated every 3 minutes.

  • Temperature in Helsinki - real time data

    Outside air temperature measurement at Tammisto substation. The data is updated every 3 minutes.

  • Temperature in Jyväskylä - real time data

    Outside air temperature measurement at Petäjävesi substation. The data is updated every 3 minutes.

  • 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.

  • Hour change regulation, down-regulation

    In order to reduce problems encountered at the turn of the hour in the Nordic countries or in Finland, the planned production changes will be transfered to begin 15 minutes before or after the planned moment.

  • Special regulation, down-regulation

    Regulation which takes place in the regulating power market by Fingrid for reasons other than the needs of national balance management

  • Transmission between Finland and Central Sweden - real time data

    Power transmission between Central Sweden (SE3) and Finland (FI) HVDC tie lines. Data is based on the real-time measurements in Fingrid's operation control system. Positive sign means transmission from Finland to Central Sweden (SE3). Negative sign means transmission from Central Sweden (SE3) to Finland. The data is updated every 3 minutes.

  • Up-regulating price in the Balancing energy market

    Up-regulating price in Finland is the price of the most expensive up-regulating bid used in the Balancing energy market during the hour in question; however, it is at least the day ahead market price for the price area Finland. Up-regulating price for each hour is published hourly with one hour delay, eg. information from hour 07-08 is published at 9 o'clock.

    Balancing energy market is market place for manual freqeuncy restoration reserve (mFRR) which is used to balance the electricity generation and consumption in real time. The Balancing energy market organized by Fingrid is part of the Nordic Balancing energy market that is called also Regulating power market. Fingrid orders up- or down-regulation from the Balancing energy market. Up-regulation considers increasing of production or reducing of consumption.

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