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  • Transmission between Finland and Norway - real time data

    Power transmission between Finland and Norway 220kV AC tie line. Data is based on the real-time measurements in Fingrid's operation control system. Positive sign means transmission from Finland to Norway. Negative sign means transmission from Norway to Finland. The data is updated every 3 minutes.

  • Transmission between Finland and Northern Sweden - real time data

    Power transmission between Northern Sweden (SE1) and Finland (FI) 400kV AC tie line. Data is based on the real-time measurements in Fingrid's operation control system. Positive sign means transmission from Finland to Northern Sweden (SE1). Negative sign means transmission from Northern Sweden (SE1) to Finland. The data is updated every 3 minutes.

  • Transmission between Finland and Estonia - real time data

    Power transmission between Finland and Estonia HVDC tie lines (Estlink 1 and Estlink 2). Data is based on the real-time measurements in Fingrid's operation control system. Positive sign means transmission from Finland to Estonia. Negative sign means transmission from Estonia to Finland. The data is updated every 3 minutes.

  • 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.

  • Time deviation - real time data

    Time deviation is the time difference in seconds between a clock running according to the frequency of the grid and a reference clock independent of the frequency of the grid. The data is updated every 3 minutes.

  • 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.

  • The sum of the down-regualtion bids in the Balancing energy market

    The hourly sum of the down-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. Down-regulation considers increasing of consumption or reducing of generation. Down-regulation bids have negative sign.

  • The sales price of production imbalance electricity

    The up-regulating price of the hour is the price of production imbalance power sold by Fingrid to a balance responsible party. If no up regulation has been made or if the hour has been defined as a down-regulation hour, the day ahead spot price of Finland is used as the selling price of production imbalance power. Prices are updated hourly.

  • The price of comsumption imbalance electricity

    The price of consumption imbalance power is the price for which Fingrid both purchases imbalance power from a balance responsible party and sells it to one. In the case of regulating hour, the regulation price is used. If no regulation has been made, the Elspot FIN price is used as the purchase and selling price of consumption imbalance power. Data gathering to Excel-sheet or XML format is possible in periods not longer that one year due to limitations in data transmission.

  • The bying price of production imbalance electricity

    The down-regulating price of the hour is the price of production imbalance power purchased by Fingrid from a balance responsible party. If no down-regulation has been made or if the hour has been defined as an up-regulation hour, the Elspot FIN price is used as the purchase price of production imbalance power.

  • A tentative production prediction for the next 24 hours as an hourly energy

    Hourly electricity generation forecast is based on the production plans that balance responsible parties have reported to Fingrid. The forecast is published daily by 6.00 pm for the next day, and it is not updated to match the updated production plans that balance responsible parties send to Fingrid hourly.

  • Temperature in Rovaniemi - real time data

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

  • Temperature in Oulu - real time data

    Outside air temperature measurement at Leväsuo 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.

  • Temperature in Helsinki - real time data

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

  • Planned day-ahead transmission capacity FI-SE3

    Planned day-ahead transmission capacity from Finland (FI) to Central-Sweden (SE3). Transmission capacity is given hourly for every next week hour. Each week's hour is given one value. Planned weekly transmission capacity Fingrid will publish every Tuesday. Information will be updated if there are changes to the previous plan timetable or capacity. Transmission capacity mean the capability of the electricity system to supply electricity to the market without compromising the system security.

  • Surplus/deficit, cumulative - real time data

    Information is based on the real time measurements in Fingrid's power control system.

    Power deficit/surplus represents the balance between production and consumption in Finland, taking into account imports and exports. It is calculated as the difference between the measured net import/export and the confirmed net exchange program between Finland and the other Nordic countries. The cumulative production deficit/surplus is the hourly energy generated from the difference.

    Sign convention: production deficit -, surplus +

    The data is updated every 3 minutes.

  • Transmission capacity FI-RUS

    The total commercial transmission capacity of the 400 kV transmission lines from Finland to Russia owned by Fingrid. The technical capacity on 400 kV lines from Russia to Finland is 1400 MW or 1000 MW, depending whether the NWPP power plant that is located in St. Petersburg area is connected to the Finnish or the Russian power system. Fingrid has reserved 100 MW of transmission capacity from Russia to Finland to buy reserve power. The technical maximum capacity from Finland to Russia is 350 MW, of which Fingrid has reserved 30 MW to buy reserve power.

  • Stock exchange capacity RUS-FI

    The capacity on the 400 kV connection from Russia to Finland is reserved to direct trade of the following commercial day. Fingrid and the Russian parties, who have jointly agreed that the capacity is 140 MW in both directions, daily confirm the capacity.

  • Stock exchange capacity FI-RUS

    The capacity on the 400 kV connection from Finland to Russia is reserved to direct trade of the following commercial day. Fingrid and the Russian parties, who have jointly agreed that the capacity is 140 MW in both directions, daily confirm the capacity.