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Formats: CSV Groups: Taajuusohjatut reservit None: Tuntimarkkinat Tags: Frequency Containment Reserves

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  • Frequency Containment Reserve for Normal operation, foreign trade

    The volume of the foreign trade of frequency containment reserve for normal operation (FCR-N) capacity. Positive numbers indicate import of capacity to Finland and negative numbers indicate export of capacity from Finland. The data contains the traded capacity for Sweden, Norway, Estonia and Russia. The data will be published 22:45 (EET) on previous evening.

    FCR-N is the frequency containment reserve used in the Nordic synchronous system that aims to keep the frequency in normal frequency range between 49,9 - 50,1 Hz.

    Hourly market is a reserve market operated by Fingrid. Procured volumes vary for each hour and price is the price of the most expensive procured bid.

  • Frequency Containment Reserve for Normal operation, hourly market bids

    The volume of received Frequency Containment Reserves for Normal operation (FCR-N) bids. The volume of bids will be published 22:45 (EET) on previous evening.

    FCR-N is the frequency containment reserve used in the Nordic synchronous system that aims to keep the frequency in normal frequency range between 49,9 - 50,1 Hz.

    Hourly market is a reserve market operated by Fingrid. Procured volumes vary for each hour and price is the price of the most expensive procured bid.

  • Frequency containment reserves for disturbances, nordic trade

    The volume of the nordic trade of frequency containment reserve for disturbances (FCR-D) capacity. Positive numbers indicate import of capacity to Finland and negative numbers indicate export of capacity from Finland. The data contains the traded capacity for Sweden and Norway. The data will be published 22:45 (EET) on previous evening.

    FCR-D is the frequency containment reserve used in the Nordic synchronous system that aims to keep the frequency above 49,5 Hz during disturbances.

    Hourly market is a reserve market operated by Fingrid. Procured volumes vary for each hour and price is the price of the most expensive procured bid.

  • Frequency containment reserve for disturbances, received bids in hourly market

    The volume of received frequency containment reserve for disturbances (FCR-D) bids. The volume of bids will be published 22:45 (EET) on previous evening.

    FCR-D is the frequency containment reserve used in the Nordic synchronous system that aims to keep the frequency above 49,5 Hz during disturbances.

    Hourly market is a reserve market operated by Fingrid. Procured volumes vary for each hour and price is the price of the most expensive procured bid.

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