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  • 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.

  • Imbalance power between Finland and Sweden

    The volume of power equals to the difference between measured and commercial transmission between Finland and Sweden. The tradetypes of commercial flow include day ahead, intraday and trades between Fingrid and Svenska Kraftnät during the operational hour. When the value of imbalance power volume is positive Fingrid has sold imbalance power to Sweden. When the value of imbalance power volume is negative Fingrid has bought imbalance power from Sweden.

  • Balancing Capacity Market proce

    The price of capacity procured from the balancing capacity market, €/MW,h. 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 price is published at latest on Friday on the week before the procurement week at 12:00 (EET)

  • Balancing Capacity Market results

    The amount of capacity procured from 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 procured amount is published at latest on Friday on the week before the procurement week at 12:00 (EET)

  • Exchange trade between Finland and Russia

    Direct trade volumes derive from freely placed bids in the Nordic day-ahead (Elspot) and intra-day (Elbas) electricity markets. Information is updated once the day-ahead market results are public. Information on the intra-day trade is updated before the operational hour

  • Electricity consumption forecast of Finland. Forecast is updated hourly

    Continuously updated consumption forecast of Finland.

  • Electricity consumption forecast for the next 24 hours.

    An hourly consumption forecast for the next 24 hours made by Fingrid. Forecast is published previous day at 12:00 EET.

  • Measured transmission of electricity between Finland and Russia

    Measured electrical transmission between Finland and Russia. Positive sign means transmission from Finland to Russia. Negative sign means transmission from Russia to Finland.

    The value is updated once every hour after the hour shift. Each day before noon the values of the previous day are updated with more accurate measurement values.

  • Unused bilateral trade capacity FI-RUS

    Unused bilateral trade capacity from Finland (FI) to Russia (RUS). The capacity of electricity transmission in bilateral trade can be used if the parties do not export the maximum amount of electricity to Russia.

  • Nuclear power production - real time data

    Nuclear power production in Finland based on the real-time measurements in Fingrid's operation control system. The data is updated every 3 minutes.

    Due to the fire on our Olkiluoto substation the total amount of nuclear power measurement has been incorrect between 18 July at 09:00 to 20 July at 13:00. Data corrected 25.1.2019.

  • The sum of the up-regulation bids in the balancing energy market.

    The hourly sum of the up-regulation offers given by Finnish parties to the Balancing energy market 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.

  • Day-ahead transmission capacity SE3-FI

    Day-ahead transmission capacity from Central-Sweden (SE3) to Finland (FI). Transmission capacity is given hourly for every hour of the next day. Each hour is given one value. Day-ahead transmission capacity Fingrid will publish every day in the afternoon. This capacity will not changed after publication. Transmission capacity mean the capability of the electricity system to supply electricity to the market without compromising the system security.

  • Day-ahead transmission capacity FI-SE3

    Day-ahead transmission capacity from Finland (FI) to Central-Sweden (SE3). Transmission capacity is given hourly for every hour of the next day. Each hour is given one value. Day-ahead transmission capacity Fingrid will publish every day in the afternoon. This capacity will not changed after publication. Transmission capacity mean the capability of the electricity system to supply electricity to the market without compromising the system security.

  • Day-ahead transmission capacity FI-SE1

    Day-ahead transmission capacity from Finland (FI) to North-Sweden (SE1). Transmission capacity is given hourly for every hour of the next day. Each hour is given one value. Day-ahead transmission capacity Fingrid will publish every day in the afternoon. This capacity will not changed after publication. Transmission capacity mean the capability of the electricity system to supply electricity to the market without compromising the system security.

  • 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.

  • Unused bilateral trade capacity RUS-FI

    Unused bilateral trade capacity From Russia (RUS) to Finland (FI). The capacity of electricity transmission in bilateral trade can be used if the parties do not import the maximum amount of electricity to Finland.

  • 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.

  • Transmission capacity for intraday market from Mid Sweden and Finland (SE3-FI)

    Transmission capacity for intraday market from Mid Sweden to Finland (SE3-FI). For intraday market capacity is given as free capacity after dayahead market. Capacity is published once a day and not updated.