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  • Ordered down-regulations from Balancing energy market in Finland

    Ordered down-regulations from Balancing energy market in Finland. The volume of ordered down-regulations from Balancing energy market in Finland is published hourly with two hours delay, eg. information from hour 06-07 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. Down-regulation considers increasing of consumption or reducing of generation. Down-regulation volume has negative sign.

  • Frequency Containment Reserve for Normal operation, hourly market volumes

    Hourly volume of procured frequency containment reserve for normal operation (FCR-N) in Finnish hourly market for each CET-timezone day is published previous evening at 22:45 (EET).

    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 disturbances, procured volumes in hourly ma...

    Hourly volume of procured frequency containment reserve for disturbances (FCR-D) in Finnish hourly market for each CET-timezone day is published previous evening at 22:45 (EET).

    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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