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  • Electricity consumption in Finland - real time data

    Electricity consumption in Finland is calculated based on production and import/export. The data is updated every 3 minutes.

    Production information and import/export are based on the real-time measurements in Fingrid's operation control system.

  • Electricity consumption in Finland

    Electricity consumption in Finland is based on Fingrid's production measurements. Minor part of production which is not measured is estimated. The consumption is calculated as follows: Consumption = Production + Import - Export. Updated hourly.

  • Down-regulation price in the Balancing energy market

    The price of the cheapest regulating bid used in the balancing power market during the particular hour; however, at the most the price for price area Finland in Nord Pool Spot (Elspot FIN).

    Down-regulating price in Finland is the price of the most expensive down-regulating bid used in the Balancing energy market during the hour in question; however, it is at the most the day ahead market price for the price area Finland. Down-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. Down-regulation considers increasing of consumption or reducing of generation.

  • Cross-border transmission fee, import from Russia

    Hourly cross-border transmission fee (dynamic tariff) for imports from Russia on Fingrid's connections.

  • Cross-border transmission fee, export to Russia

    Hourly cross-border transmission fee (dynamic tariff) for exports to Russia on Fingrid's connections.

  • Congestion income between FI and SE3

    Congestion income between FI and SE3. Congestion income = commercial flow between FI and SE3 on the day ahead market [MWh/h] * absolute value of price difference between FI and SE3 [€/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 seller acting in a lower price area receives lower price for electricity compared to the price the other party pays for electricity in the higher price area, and the power exchange receives surplus income, 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.

  • Congestion income between FI-SE1

    Congestion income between Finland (FI) and Northern Sweden (SE1).

    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 seller acting in a lower price area receives lower price for electricity compared to the price the other party pays for electricity in the higher price area, and the power exchange receives surplus income, 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.

  • Congestion income between Finland and Estonia

    Congestion income between Finland (FI) and Estonia (EE).

    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.

  • Condensing power production - real time data

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

    Publishing this data has been stopped since 14.9.2017 due to changes in division of power plants. The production data is included in other real time production measurement time series.

  • Commercial electricity flow between Finland and Mid Sweden (FI-SE3)

    Commercial electricity flow (dayahead market and intraday market) between Finland and Mid Sweden (FI-SE3). Positive sign is export from Finland to Sweden.

  • Commercial electricity flow between Finland and Northern Sweden (FI-SE1)

    Commercial electricity flow (dayahead market and intraday market) between Finland and Northern Sweden (FI-SE1). Positive sign is export from Finland to Sweden.

  • Commercial electricity flow between Finland and Estonia (FI-EE)

    Commercial electricity flow (dayahead market and intraday market) between Finland and Estonia (FI-EE). Positive sign is export from Finland to Estonia.

  • Cogeneration of district heating - real time data

    Cogeneration of district heating based on the real-time measurements in Fingrid's operation control system. The data is updated every 3 minutes.

    Cogeneration means power plants that produce both electricity and district heating or process steam (combined heat and power, CHP).

  • Bilateral trade capacity RUS-FI

    The bilateral capacity on the 400 kV connection from Russia (RUS) to Finland (FI) that is reserved to bilateral trade of the following commercial day. The capacity is confirmed by Fingrid and the Russian parties.

  • Bilateral trade capacity FI-RUS

    The bilateral capacity on the 400 kV connection from Russia to Finland that is reserved to bilateral trade of the following commercial day. The capacity is confirmed by Fingrid and the Russian parties.

  • Bilateral trade between Finland and Russia

    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

  • Activated peak load reserve

    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

    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.