Fingrid and the Russian parties confirm the bilateral trades on 400 kV cross-border connection in the morning of the commercial day D for the following commercial day D+1. The confirmed bilateral trades will be bid price-independently on the electricity spot market
The peak load capacity secures the supply security of electricity in situations of the Finnish power system where the planned electricity procurement is not sufficient to cover the anticipated electricity consumption.
Activated peak load reserve is sum of activated peak load capacity (MWh/h) including activations and trial runs during winter season (1.12 - 28.2). The value from previous hour is updated hourly. Outside winter season peak load reserve activations and trial runs are included in other generation and not published as own information.
Activated frequency containment reserve for normal operation (FCR-N) is published hourly one hour after the hour in question, for example the value for hour 07-08 is published at 9 o'clock.
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.
Activated FCR-N volume (MWh) is calculated on the basis of the frequency in the Nordic synchronous system.
Value is activated net energy. Positive value means that the frequency has been in average below 50,0 Hz during the hour, and reserve has been activated as up-regulation. Respectively, negative value means that the frequency has been in average above 50,0 Hz, and reserve has been activated as down-regulation.
aFRR, Activated energy, up [MWh]
Activated aFRR energy, down [MWh]