Meta Data

Total: 377

  • Biomass

    Sum of production from power plants with Biomass as main fuel

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Bornholm SE4

    Exchange of electricity between Bornholm and the price area SE4 (Sweden).

    A positive exchange indicates import of electricity to Bornholm, while a negative exchange indicates export of electricity from Bornholm.

    Example: 100
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • CO2 emission

    The estimated value for the emission in g/kWh for the relevant 5 minutes period.

    Example: 301
    Unit: g/kWh
  • Storage actual injection capacity %

    The actual injection capacity in % of total injection capacity. The percentage is calculated each morning. If the storage filling is very high the injection capacity is reduced (e.g. above 95% filling level the available injection capacity is reduced to 75%)

    Example: 100
    Unit: %
  • Storage expected injection capacity %

    The expected injection capacity in % of the total capacity. The expected % is calculated one month in advance. If the expected storage filling is very high the injection capacity is reduced.

    Example: 100
    Unit: %
  • Storage actual withdrawal capacity %

    The actual withdrawal capacity in % of total withdrawal capacity. The % is calculated each morning for the gasday. If the storage filling is very low the capacity is reduced (e.g. if the storage filling is below 20% the available withdrawal capacity is reduced to 85%)

    Example: 100
    Unit: %
  • Storage expected withdrawal capacity %

    The expected withdrawal capacity in % of total withdrawal capacity. Calculated one month ahead. If the storage filling is very low the withdrawal capacity is reduced.

    Example: 100
    Unit: %
  • Capacity generation units greater than or equal to 100 MW

    Total amount of capacity calculated at the end of a month from power plants greater than or equal to 100 MW.

    Example: 234,55
    Unit: MW
  • Capacity injection available

    Capacity injection available for booking

    Example: 1234
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Reserved injection storage capacity

    The injection capacity contracted by storage customers and the TSO.

    Example: 4.007.000
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Reserved injection storage capacity TSO

    The injection storage capacity reserved by the TSO

    This injection capacity reserved by the TSO is used for operational purposes and in case of an emergency.

    Example: 200.000
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Technical injection storage capacity

    The technical injection capacity is the maximum injection capacity available for booking.

    Example: 4.200.000
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Capacity generation units under 100 MW

    Total amount of capacity calculated at the end of a month from powerplants under 100 MW.

    Example: 234,55
    Unit: MW
  • Capacity volume available

    Capacity volume available for booking

    Available volume capacity = Technical volume capacity adjusted for already booked volume capacity. Booked capacity can be reserved by the TSO or other commercial market parties.

    Example: 0 to max technical capacity
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Reserved volume storage capacity

    The reserved volume capacity is the total contracted capacity for all storage customers and the TSO.

    Example: 1.769.000.000
    Unit: MWh
  • Reserved volume capacity by TSO

    The total volume capacity contracted by the TSO.

    This capacity is used by the TSO for operational purposes and in case of emergency.

    Example: 1.136.000.000
    Unit: MWh
  • Technical volume storage capacity

    The technical volume capacity is the maximum volume capacity available for booking.

    The technical volumen is recorded for the coming years also.

    Example: 1.769.000.000
    Unit: MWh
  • Capacity withdrawal available

    Capacity withdrawal available for booking

    Example: 123
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Reserved withdrawal storage capacity

    The withdrawal capacity contracted by storage customers and the TSO

    Example: 6.812.000
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Reserved withdrawal storage capacity by TSO

    The withdrawal capacity contracted by the TSO.

    Example: 200.000
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Technical withdrawal storage capacity

    The technical withdrawal capacity is the maximum withdrawal capacity available for booking.

    The actual withdrawal capacity can be reduced depending on the filling of the storage.

    Example: 8.100.000
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Carbon dioxide

    Carbon dioxide content of the natural gas

    Example: 1.0
    Unit: mole - %
  • Central Power plants

    Electricity production from central power plants

    x

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: MWh
  • Central Power

    Electricity production from central thermal power plants

    Electricity production from Central Power Plants per municipality per month. Central Power Plants are defined as being located at the following production facility loca-tions: Amagerværket, Asnæsværket, Avedøreværket, H. C. Ørstedsværket, Kyndbyværket, Svanemølleværket, Stigs-næsvær-ket, Rønneværket, Enstedværket, Esbjergværket, Fynsværket, Herningvær-ket, Randersværket, Skærbækværket, Studstrupvæket and Nordjyllandsværket. Or at other production plant locations, where the capaci-ty is above 100 MW. Please see the legal notice Kraftværksbekendtgørelsen Kapitel 6, § 17. (in Danish): https://www.retsinformation.dk/Forms/R0710.aspx?id=163522

    Example: 543.45
    Unit: MWh
  • Central production

    Production from power plants registered as a central power plants

    Danish electricity supply was historically based on large, central coal, oil or gas fired steam power plants or CHP plants located on coasts or fjords. Most of these central plants also have outlets for district heating supply to nearby major cities. Central power plants are defined in BEK nr 565 af 02/06/2014, Section 17: It includes power plants, where the capacity is above 100 MW, or placed in one of the following locations:

    1. Amagerv\u00e6rket.
    2. Asn\u00e6sv\u00e6rket.
    3. Aved\u00f8rev\u00e6rket.
    4. H. C. \u00d8rstedsv\u00e6rket.
    5. Kyndbyv\u00e6rket.
    6. Svanem\u00f8llev\u00e6rket.
    7. Stigsn\u00e6sv\u00e6rket.
    8. R\u00f8nnev\u00e6rket.
    9. Enstedv\u00e6rket.
    10. Esbjergv\u00e6rket.
    11. Fynsv\u00e6rket.
    12. Herningv\u00e6rket.
    13. Randersv\u00e6rket.
    14. Sk\u00e6rb\u00e6kv\u00e6rket.
    15. Studstrupv\u00e6ket.
    16. Nordjyllandsv\u00e6rket.

    Example: 15
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • ChargeOwner

    Charge owner- the company who claims the charge.

    Example: Energi Fyn Net A/S - 554
  • ChargeType

    The type of charge: D01=Subscription, D02=Fee, D03=Tariff. See more in the document (in Danish) \u201cEDI transaktioner for det danske elmarked RSM guide ver 575\u201d.

    Example: D03
  • ChargeTypeCode

    ID of the actor.

    Example: 42106
  • Co2 per kWh 125% Method

    CO2 emissions per consumed KWh using the 125% meth-od. To calculate the emission rate from CO2 the 125% method is used, which means that coproduced heat is produced by a given efficiency by 125%.

    Import is included and emissions are divided between heat and power according the 125% method. For further information please see the document (in Danish) \u201cDeklarationer af EL\u201d: https://energinet.dk/-/media/94DFF11261FD4F2A936A7AFBCAA6996E.pdf?la=da&hash=71DDF246F3DD099FE49B87634F734ACEF16A7D39

    Example: 434.1
    Unit: g/kWh
  • Co2 per kWh 200% Method

    CO2 emissions per consumed KWh using the 200% meth-od. To calculate the emission rate from CO2 the 200% method is used, which means that coproduced heat is produced by a given efficiency by 200%.

    Import is included and emissions are divided between heat and power according the 200% method. For further information please see the document (in Danish) \u201cDeklarationer af EL\u201d: https://energinet.dk/-/media/94DFF11261FD4F2A936A7AFBCAA6996E.pdf?la=da&hash=71DDF246F3DD099FE49B87634F734ACEF16A7D39

    Example: 45.3
    Unit: g/kWh
  • Congestion income (DKK)

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    Example: Congestion income is calculated as the difference in spot prices between the two price areas multiplied by the estimated exchange between the two areas concerned.
    Unit: DKK per hour
  • Congestion income (EUR)

    Congestion income from connection between price areas.

    Congestion income is calculated as the difference in spot prices between the two price areas multiplied by the estimated exchange between the two areas concerned.

    Example: 300.0
    Unit: EUR per hour
  • Connected area

    The destination area of the connection.

    DK1 is the Jutland and Fyen and DK2 is Zealand and islands. DK1 is connected to Norway (Oslo), Sweden (SE3) and Germany (EPEX) DK2 to Sweden (SE4) and Germany (EPEX)

    Example: DK1
    Unit: text
  • Connected price (DKK)

    Price in the connected area

    Example: 300.0
    Unit: DKK per hour
  • Connected price (EUR)

    Price in the connected area

    Example: 300.0
    Unit: EUR per hour
  • Consumed in Denmark

    The part of production or import consumed in Denmark.

    For further information (in Danish): https://energinet.dk/El/Gron-el/Miljoedeklarationer/Hvor-kommer-stroemmen-fra

    Example: 67.2
    Unit: MWh
  • Consumer type, DE35

    The consumer type is the Industry Code DE35 which is owned and maintained by Danish Energy, a non-commercial lobby organization for Danish energy compa-nies. The code is used by Danish energy companies.

    Example: 101
    Unit: Coded
  • Consumer type, DE4

    Code for the overall categories of the Industry Codes DE35

    Example: 400
    Unit: Coded
  • Consumption MWh

    The consumption measured in MWh

    None

    Example: 23456
    Unit: kWh
  • DE35, DA

    Terms for Industry Codes DE35 in Danish

    Example: Restaurations- og hotelvirksomhed
    Unit: Coded
  • DE35, UK

    Terms for Industry Codes DE35 in English

    Example: Restaurants and hotels
    Unit: Coded
  • DE4, DA

    Terms for the overall categories of the Industry Codes DE35 in Danish

    Example: Handel, service, offentlige foretagender m.v. samt andre forbrugere
    Unit: Coded
  • DE4, UK

    Terms for the overall categories of the Industry Codes DE35 in English.

    Example: Trade, service, public enterprises etc. and other consumers
    Unit: Coded
  • West Denmark (DK1)

    DK1 is the area code that used for West Denmark.

  • DK19 Industry Code

    DK19 Industry Code

    DK19 Industry Code

    Example: A
    Unit: text
  • DK19 Code Title

    DK19 Code Title

    DK19 Code Title

    Example: A
    Unit: text
  • East Denmark (DK2)

    DK2 is the area code that used for East Denmark.

    Example: DK2
  • DK36 Industry Code

    xx

    xx

    Example: BA
    Unit: text
  • DK36 Code Title

    DK 36 title

    DK 36 title

    Example: Transport
    Unit: text
  • DK Fuel Type

    Fuel Types used in Denmark

    Wind and Solar production is both an production type and fuel type.

    Example: Solceller
    Unit: text
  • Decentral Power plants

    Electricity production from decentral power plants

    x

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: MWh
  • Description

    Detailed description

    Example: Reduceret elafgift for elvarmekunder
  • Dragør Flow

    Actual flowrate for export to Sweden

    Negative data indicates flow from the Danish gas system.

    Example: 738,965
    Unit: kWh/h
  • Dragør GCV

    This value is the gross calorific value for flow to Sweden.

    Example: 44.004
    Unit: MJ/Nm³
  • Egtved GCV

    This value is the gross calorific value for flow from Egtved towards east.

    Example: 44,004
    Unit: MJ/Nm³
  • Elbas average price (DKK)

    Nord Pool Elbas is the Nordic trading centre for trading electricity up to one hour before delivery hour. At the Elspot market it may take up to 36 hours from a contract has changed hands until the actual delivery hour. During this time the consumption and production situation may easily have changed. Elbas makes it therefore easier for the market players to reach balance through trading.

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: DKK
  • Elbas average price (EUR)

    Nord Pool Elbas is the Nordic trading centre for trading electricity up to one hour before delivery hour. At the Elspot market it may take up to 36 hours from a contract has changed hands until the actual delivery hour. During this time the consumption and production situation may easily have changed. Elbas makes it therefore easier for the market players to reach balance through trading.

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: EUR
  • Elbas max. price (DKK)

    Maximum Elbas price in the area in DKK

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: DKK
  • Elbas max. price (EUR)

    Maximum Elbas price in the area in EUR

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: EUR
  • Elbas min. price (DKK)

    Minimum Elbas price in the area in DKK

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: DKK
  • Elbas min. price (EUR)

    Minimum Elbas price in the area in EUR

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: EUR
  • Electric boiler consumption

    Consumption of electric boilers in the district heating systems

    Converts electricity to district heating

    Example: 15
    Unit: MWh
  • Ellund Flow

    This value is the gross calorific value for flow to and from Germany.

    Negative data indicates flow from the Danish gas system.

    Example: 738,965
    Unit: kWh/h
  • Ellund GCV

    This value is the gross calorific value for flow to and from Germany.

    Example: 44,004
    Unit: MJ/Nm³
  • Entry/exit point

    Entry, exit and central points for the Danish gas transmission system.

    Example: Ellund
  • EntsoE Production Type

    Production types used in ENTSO-E

    For further information see ENTSO-E Articles 16.1 B&C. For valid production types and corresponding EIC codes see ENTSO-E Manual of Procedures and the ENTSO-E codelist.

    Example: Biomass
    Unit: text
  • Ethane

    Ethane content of the natural gas

    Example: 5.00
    Unit: mole - %
  • Exchange continent

    Exchange of electricity towards continental Europe

    A positive exchange is import of electricity, while a negative is export.

    Both DK1 and DK2 are only connected to Germany until 2019, where DK1 also will be connected the the Netherlands through the COBRA connection.

    Example: 15
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Exchange of Energy to Germany

    Exchange of Energy to Germany. Negative values are Export, positive values are import

    Example: 234,5
    Unit: MWh
  • Exchange to Germany

    Power exchange to Germany from Price Area

    Positive values are import, negative values are export

    Example: 100.0
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Exchange Great Belt

    Exchange of electricity over the Great Belt connection between DK1 and DK2

    A positive exchange is import of electricity, while a negative is export.

    Example: 15.1
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Exchange of Energy over the Great Belt

    Exchange of Energy over the Great Belt connection. Negative values are Export, positive values are import

    Example: 234,5
    Unit: MWh
  • Exchange of Energy to the Netherlands

    Exchange of Energy to the Netherlands. Negative values are Export, positive values are import

    Example: 234,5
    Unit: MWh
  • Exchange of Energy to Norway

    Exchange of Energy to Norway. Negative values are Export, positive values are import.

    Example: 234,5
    Unit: MWh
  • Exchange to The Netherlands

    Exchange of electricity between Denmark and the Netherlands.

    A positive exchange indicates import of electricity to Denmark, while a negative exchange indicates export of electricity from Denmark.

    Example: 234.1
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Exchange Nordic countries

    Exchange of electricity towards Norway and Sweden.

    A positive exchange is import of electricity, while a negative is export.

    DK1 are connected to both Norway and Sweden, DK2 only to Sweden

    Example: 15
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Exchange to Norway

    Power exchange to Norway from Price Area

    Positive values are import, negative values are export

    Example: 100.0
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Exchange of Energy to Sweden

    Exchange of Energy to Sweden. Negative values are export, positive values are import

    Example: 234,5
    Unit: MWh
  • Exchange to Sweden

    Power exchange to Sweden from Price Area

    Positive values are import, negative values are export

    Example: 100.0
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Exchange_Bornholm-SE

    Exchange between Bornholm and Sweden

    Positive values are import to Bornholm from Sweden, negative values are export

    Example: 234,55
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Exchange_DK1-DE

    Exchange between DK1 and Germany

    Positive values are import to DK1 from Germany, negative values are export

    Example: 234,55
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Exchange_DK1-DK2

    Exchange between DK1 (Jutland) and DK2 (Zealand)

    Positive values are import to DK1 from DK2, negative values are export

    Example: 234,55
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Exchange_DK1-NL

    Exchange between DK1 and the Nederlands

    Positive values are import to DK1 from the Nederlands, negative values are export

    Example: 234,55
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Exchange_DK1-NO

    Exchange between DK1 and Norway

    Positive values are import, negative are export

    Example: 234,55
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Exchange_DK1-SE

    Exchange between DK1 and Sweden

    Positive values are import to DK1 from Sweden, negative values are export

    Example: 234,55
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Exchange_DK2-DE

    Exchange between DK2 and Germany

    Positive values are import to DK2 from Germany, negative values are export

    Example: 234,55
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Exchange_DK2-SE

    Exchange between DK2 and Sweden

    Positive values are import to DK2 from Sweden, negative values are export

    Example: 234,55
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Exchange_Sum

    Total exchange of electricity

    Positive values are import, negative are eksport

    Example: 234,55
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • ExitZone Flow

    This flowrate indicates the total consumption of gas in Denmark, both through the distribution network and plants directly connected to the transmission system

    Negative data indicates consumption in Denmark.

    Example: 738,965
    Unit: kWh/h
  • Export capacity

    Export capacity from area to the connected area. The TSOs decide how much export capacity is to be transferred, and the capacity for the coming day is published at Nord Pool Spot every day before 10:00.

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • FCR-D Upward regulation price (DKK)

    Payment in Danish kroner to market players offering primary Frequency Containment Reserves for disturb-ances operation upward regulation.

    Example: 543.45
    Unit: DKK per MWh/h
  • FCR-D Upward regulation price (EUR)

    Payment in Euros to market players offering primary Frequency Containment Reserves for disturbances operation upward regulation.

    Example: 543.45
    Unit: EUR per MWh/h
  • FCR-N regulation price (DKK)

    Payment in Danish kroner to the market players offering primary Frequency Containment Reserves for Normal operation regulation.

    Example: 543.45
    Unit: DKK per MWh/h
  • FCR-N regulation price (EUR)

    Payment in Euros to the market players offering primary Frequency Containment Reserves for disturbances operation regulation.

    Example: 543.45
    Unit: EUR per MWh/h
  • FCR Expected purchase of downward regulation

    Total expected purchase of primary downward regulation reserves (FCR) in MW per hour

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • FCR Downward regulation price (DKK)

    Payment in Danish kroner to market players offering primary FCR downward regulation.

    .

    Example: 543.45
    Unit: DKK per MWh/h
  • FCR Downward regulation price (EUR)

    Payment in Euros to market players offering primary FCR downward regulation.

    .

    Example: 543.45
    Unit: EUR per MWh/h
  • FCR Downward regulation purchased

    Total purchased volume of primary downward regulation reserves (FCR) in MW per hour

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • FCR Expected purchase of upward regulation

    Purchase of total expected volume of FCR primary up-ward regulation in MWh/h.

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • FCR Upward regulation price (DKK)

    Payment in Danish kroner to market players offering primary FCR downward regulation.

    Example: 543.45
    Unit: DKK per MWh/h
  • FCR Upward regulation price (EUR)

    Payment in Euros to market players offering primary FCR downward regulation.

    Example: 543.45
    Unit: EUR per MWh/h
  • FCR Upward regulation purchased

    Purchase of total volume of FCR primary upward regula-tion in MWh/h.

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Flex Settled Consumption

    Flex Settled Consumption

    Example: 100,101
    Unit: kWh
  • Forecast 1 Hour

    The forecast valid 1 hours ahead in time.

    Solar power forecasts are not updated between 6pm and 6am, hence there are no 1 hour forecast for solar power between 7pm and 7am.

    Example: 34.7
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Forecast 5 Hour

    The forecast valid 5 hours ahead in time.

    Solar power forecasts are not updated between 6pm and 6am, hence there are no 5 hour forecast for solar power between 11pm and 11am.

    Example: 345.2
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Forecast Current

    The forecast valid for the current time.

    The timestamp shows when the forecast is generated.

    Example: 53.1
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Forecast Day Ahead

    Forecast for the next day is published at 18:00 Danish time zone. The forecast is generated at 17:50 Danish time zone.

    Example: 2,342.2
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Forecast Intraday

    The forecast for the coming day at 6am Danish time zone. Also published at ENTSO-E tranparency platform

    Non

    Example: 345.2
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Forecast Type

    Solar, Offshore Wind or Onshore wind

    Offshore Wind only covers the offshore wind parks with a capacity above 100MW. Offshore wind parks with a lower capacity are included in Onshore Wind.

    Example: Solar
    Unit: text
  • Fossil gas

    Sum of production from power plants with fossil gas as main fuel

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Fossil hard coal

    Sum of production from power plants with Fossil Hard Coal as main fuel

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Fossil oil

    Sum of production from power plants with fossil oil as main fuel

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Fuels 125% method

    Fuel usage for the amount of electricity produced or imported.

    The fuels have been divided between heat and power according the 125% method. For further information please see the document (in Danish) \u201cDeklarationer af EL\u201d: https://energinet.dk/-/media/94DFF11261FD4F2A936A7AFBCAA6996E.pdf?la=da&hash=71DDF246F3DD099FE49B87634F734ACEF16A7D39

    Example: 334,1
    Unit: TJ
  • Fuels DK consumption

    Fuels covering the Danish consumption according to the 125% method.

    The fuels have been divided between heat and power according the 125% method. For further information please see the document (in Danish) \u201cDeklarationer af EL\u201d: https://energinet.dk/-/media/94DFF11261FD4F2A936A7AFBCAA6996E.pdf?la=da&hash=71DDF246F3DD099FE49B87634F734ACEF16A7D39

    Example: 455.1
    Unit: TJ
  • GLN Number

    Global Location Number. Identification key to identify physical locations or legal entities.

    Example: 5790000705689
  • Gas Day

    Gas Day is a period commencing at 06:00 CET on any day and ending at 06:00 CET on the following day. The Gas Day is reduced to 23 Hours at the transition to summer time and is increased to 25 Hours at the transition to winter time.

    Example: 2017-12-24
    Unit: Days
  • Grid company

    Grid company number according to Danish Energy. Dan-ish Energy is a non-commercial lobby organization for Danish energy companies. Read more about Danish Ener-gy here: https://www.danskenergi.dk/about-danish-energy

    Example: 031
    Unit: text
  • Gross Calorific Value

    A term describing the amount of heat developed by combustion of one cubic metre of gas at constant pressure when the gas and air for the combustion have a temperature of 25\u00b0C, the combustion products being brought to that temperature and the water formed by the combustion being present in liquid state. The reference conditions for normal cubic metres are 0\u00b0C and 1 atm.

    Example: 43.8149
    Unit: MJ/Nm\u00b3
  • Gross Calorific Value

    A term describing the amount of heat developed by combustion of one cubic metre of gas at constant pressure when the gas and air for the combustion have a temperature of 25\u00b0C, the combustion products being brought to that temperature and the water formed by the combustion being present in liquid state. The reference conditions for normal cubic metres are 0\u00b0C and 1 atm.

    Example: 12.1708
    Unit: kWh/Nm\u00b3
  • Gross consumption

    Sum of the consumption incl. transmission loss

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh
  • Gross consumption

    The total Gross consumption includig losses in the electricity grid

    x

    Example: 546,6
    Unit: MWh
  • Hexane+

    Hexane and higher hydrocarbons content of the natural gas

    Example: 0.04
    Unit: mole - %
  • HHI Hourly Settlement

    Herfindahl - Hirschman Index (HHI) for hourly settlement customers.

    Please note that the HHI for the hourly settlement customers is based on kWh used. Furthermore, the Grid Company called “DK” is the national HHI for the settlement group.

    Example: 1500
    Unit: Number
  • HHI Profiled and Flex Settlement

    Herfindahl - Hirschman Index (HHI) for profiled and flex settlement customers.

    Please note that the HHI for the profiled and flex settlement customers are based on number of metering points. Furthermore, the Grid Company called “DK” is the national HHI for the settlement groups.

    Example: 1500
    Unit: Number
  • Home price (DKK)

    Price in the home price area

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: DKK per hour
  • Home price (EUR)

    Price in the home price area

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: EUR per hour
  • Hour DK

    A date and time (interval), shown in Danish time zone, where the values are valid. 00:00 o\u2019clock is the first hour of a given day, interval 00:00 - 00:59, and 01:00 covers the second hour period (interval) of the day and so forth.

    On one normal day there will be 24 intervals.

    When daylight saving times shifts there will be either 23 or 25 intervals.

    Please note that the format shown in the example applies to data download as JSON, XML or fetched through the API and is in accordance with the ISO 8601 standard. The format is slightly different when it is shown on screen or downloaded manually as CSV or XLSX. This is mainly due to readability and consideration for Excel users.

    In preview (in the GUI) all timestamps are shown as (display convention) YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm e.g. 2017-07-14 08:00. Please note that is no time zone indicator, showning that this is local (Danish) time.

    In download (CSV and XLSX) the date time are exported as YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm e.g. 2017-07-14 08:00. That is without the \u201cT\u201d and the seconds. Excel will recognize it as date-time. The user must remember that this is local (Danish) time.

    In download (JSON and XML) the format used is YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm e.g. 2017-07-14T08:00.

    Example: 2017-07-14T08:00
  • Hour UTC

    A date and time (interval), shown in UTC time zone, where the values are valid. 00:00 o\u2019clock is the first hour of a given day interval 00:00 - 00:59 and 01:00 covers the second hour (interval) of the day and so forth. Please note: The naming is based on the length of the interval of the finest grain of the resolution.

    Please note that the format shown in the example applies to data download as JSON, XML or fetched through the API and is in accordance with the ISO 8601 standard. The format is slightly different when it is shown on screen or downloaded manually as CSV or XLSX. This is mainly due to readability and consideration for Excel users.

    In preview (in the GUI) all timestamps are shown as (display convention) YYYY-MM-DD hh:mmZ e.g. 2017-07-14 08:00Z. The Z will remind viewers that this is UTC.

    In download (CSV and XLSX) the date time are exported as YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm e.g. 2017-07-14 08:00. That is without the \u201cT\u201d and the \u201cZ\u201d and the seconds. Excel will recognize it as date-time. The user must remember the convention about time zones.

    In download (JSON and XML) the full format is used YYYY-MM-DDThh:mmZ e.g. 2017-07-14T08:00Z.

    Example: 2017-07-14T08:00Z
  • Hourly Settled Consumption

    Hourly Settled Consumption

    Example: 100,502
    Unit: kWh
  • Hydro power

    Sum of production from hydro power plants

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Hydro Power MWh

    Production from Hydro power

    In older data included in “Local Power”

    Example: 345,2
    Unit: MWh
  • Hydrocarbon dew point

    The temperature for precipitation of liquid hydro carbons measured at the pressure with the highest hydrocarbon dew point.

    Example: -8
    Unit: \u00b0C
  • Hydrogen sulphide

    Hydrogen Sulphide content of the natural gas

    The Hydrogen Sulphide is measured as mg Sulphur/Nm3

    Example: 3.0
    Unit: mg/Nm\u00b3
  • I-Butane

    I-butane/isobutane content of the natural gas

    Example: 0.39
    Unit: mole - %
  • I-Pentane

    I-pentane/isopentane content of the natural gas

    Example: 0.2
    Unit: mole - %
  • IGCC Price down regulation (DKK)

    Down Regulation through netting with TSO’s in the IGCC coorporatoin

    Is calculated as an average price once a week

    Example: 65
    Unit: DKK per MWh/h
  • IGCC Price down regulation (EUR)

    Down Regulation through netting with TSO’s in the IGCC coorporatoin

    Is calculated as an average price once a week

    Example: 23
    Unit: EUR per MWh/h
  • IGCC Price up regulation (DKK)

    Up Regulation through netting with TSO’s in the IGCC coorporatoin

    Is calculated as an average price once a week

    Example: 43
    Unit: DKK per MWh/h
  • IGCC Price up regulation (EUR)

    Up Regulation through netting with TSO’s in the IGCC coorporatoin

    Is calculated as an average price once a week

    Example: 6.50
    Unit: EUR per MWh/h
  • System imbalance - deficit of power

    Deficit of power in the power system. (need for up-regulation) in MWh per hour

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • System imbalance - surplus of power

    Surplus of power at the East Danish system (need for down-regulation) in MWh per hour

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Import capacity

    Import capacity from connected area to the area. The TSOs decide how much import capacity is to be transferred, and the capacity for the coming day is published at Nord Pool Spot every day before 10:00.

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Industry code, DE35

    The Industry Code DE35 is owned and maintained by Danish Energy, a non-commercial lobby organization for Danish energy companies. The code is used by Danish energy companies, but other business codes can be used as well, i.e. Industry Code DE61. Data published here will follow the Industry Code DE35. Otherwise the field will be set as \u201cUkendt\u201d according to rules listed below. The field is updated every month on the 10th, 20th and 28th day at 6:30am.
    The rules are: A) If less than 3 digits or more than 4 digits, it is set as \u201cUkendt\u201d. B) If 4 digits, the code it is based on the Industry Code DE61, where the first three digits are like the Industry Code DE35. C) If the 3 digits do not match a DE35 code, it is set as “Ukendt”. After the dataset has been appointed a DE35 Industry Code according to the rules listed above it undergoes an Anonymization Process: A) If the number of Measurement Points in a mu-nicipality and industry is under 10, the DE35 In-dustry Code will be changed to \u201cUkendt\u201d. B) If the number of Measurement Points is under 10 in a municipality where the DE35 Industry Code is \u201cUkendt\u201d the Municipality Number will be changed to \u201cUkendt\u201d as well. DE35 Industry Codes: The description of the Industry Codes is listed in the dataset “DE35 Industry Codes”.

    Example: 131
    Unit: Coded
  • Inertia DK2, GWs

    The inertia of the active production units in price area DK2.

    Example: 364,6744.3
    Unit: GWs
  • Inertia_FI_GWs

    The inertia of the active production units in Finland

    Example: 87,463.2
    Unit: GWs
  • Inertia_NO_GWs

    The inertia of the active production units in Norway.

    Example: 346,764.2
    Unit: GWs
  • Inertia_Nordic_GWs

    The inertia of the active production units in the Nordic Synchronous Area.

    Note, price area DK1 is not part of the Nordic Synchronous Area.

    Example: 325,353.2
    Unit: GWs
  • Inertia_SE_GWs

    The inertia of the active production units in Sweden

    Example: 355.2
    Unit: GWs
  • Expected available injection capacity per day

    The expected available injection capacity. If the percentage is less than 100 % there is a reduction in the capacity. The reduction can occur when the storage filling is above certain level (e.g. above 95 % filling level).

    Example: 75%
    Unit: MWh/day
  • Injected gas on interruptible terms

    Out of the total injection this quantity has been injected on interruptible terms. The injection is above the storage customers firm injection capacity.

    Example: 1.870
    Unit: MWh/day
  • Total injected gas per day

    Total injected gas.

    Example: 2.350
    Unit: MWh/day
  • kWh from Biogas

    Total amount of biogas injected into the Danish gas system. The flow comes from biogas plants supplying biomethane to either the distributions network or the transmission network. Commercially this amount is allocated the BNG-Entry point.

    Positive data indicates flow into the Danish gas system.

    Example: 8.504.020
    Unit: kWh
  • kWh from North Sea

    The total commercial amount of gas from the North Sea to the Danish gas system. Commercially this amount is allocated at the Nybro Entry/Exit point.

    Positive data indicates amounts going into the Danish gas system.

    Example: 4.200.000
    Unit: kWh
  • kWh to Denmark

    The total commercial amount of gas consumption toin the Danish distribution networkgas system. This amount of gas indicates the total consumption of gas in Denmark. Commercially this amount is allocated at the Exit Zone point.

    Negative data indicates flow from the Danish gas system.

    Example: 200.000
    Unit: kWh
  • kWh to or from Germany

    The total commercial amount of gas from or towards Germany. Commercially this amount is allocated at the Ellund Entry/Exit point.

    Positive data indicates amounts going into the Danish gas system. Negative data indicates amounts going from the Danish gas system.

    Example: 8.504.020
    Unit: kWh
  • kWh to or from Storage

    Total commercial amount injected or withdrawn from the Danish collective storage point. Commercially this amount is allocated at the Collective Storage Point.

    Negative data indicates injection and positive data indicates withdrawal of amounts from the storage point.

    Example: 1.504.020
    Unit: kWh
  • kWh to Sweden

    The total commercial amount of gas from Denmark to Sweden. Commercially this amount is allocated at the Dragoer Entry/Exit point

    Negative data indicates amounts from the Danish gas system to the Swedish gas system.

    Example: 200.000
    Unit: kWh
  • LTLager Flow

    This flowrate indicates injection and withdrawal from Ll. Torup Gas Storage facility.

    Negative data indicates injection.

    Example: 738,965
    Unit: kWh/h
  • LTLager GCV

    This value is the gross calorific value for flow to and from Ll. Torup Gas Storage facility

    Example: 44,004
    Unit: MJ/Nm³
  • Limit for interruptible storage

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    Example: 9.738.000
    Unit: MWh
  • Local Power

    Sum of production from local Combined Heat and Power units (CHP)

    x

    Example: 65,1
    Unit: MWh
  • Local Power Production

    Sum of production from local Combined Heat and Power units (CHP)

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh
  • Local power self-consumption

    Production from local power plants, that is not delivered to the grid.

    Often industrial power plants.

    Example: 654,1
    Unit: MWh
  • MR Station

    Meter and regulator stations that deliver gas from transmission to distribution grids.

    Example: Herning or Torslunde
  • Max

    Yearly maximum value for the gas quality parameters.

    Example: 44.111
    Unit: Number
  • MeasurementPoints

    Grid operators collect readings from measurement points for all 3.3 million electricity consumers in Denmark. The readings are send to Energinets DataHub. This field shows the number of measurements points within a municipality and for each DE35 Industry Code.

    Example: -
    Unit: Number
  • Methane

    Methane content of the natural gas

    Example: 90
    Unit: mole - %
  • Methane Number

    A methane number characterises the gas’s knock tendency as a fuel for gas engines. It can be compared to the octane number for petrol.

    Per definition pure methane has a methane number of 100 and pure hydrogen a methane number of 0. A content of higher hydrocarbons than methane reduces the methane number while the CO2 content increases the methane number.

    Currently not available

    Example: 71
    Unit: Number
  • Min

    Yearly minimum value for the gas quality parameters.

    Example: 41.609
    Unit: Number
  • 1 minutes DK

    A date and time (interval), shown in Danish time zone, where the values are valid. 00:00:00 o\u2019clock is the first 1 minute of a given day, interval 00:00:00 - 00:00:59, and 00:01:00 covers the second 1 minute period (interval) of the day and so forth.

    On one normal day there will be 24 * 60 = 1440 intervals.

    When daylight saving times shifts there will be either 1380 or 1500 intervals.

    Please note that the format shown in the example applies to data download as JSON, XML or fetched through the API and is in accordance with the ISO 8601 standard. The format is slightly different when it is shown on screen or downloaded manually as CSV or XLSX. This is mainly due to readability and consideration for Excel users.

    In preview (in the GUI) all timestamps are shown as (display convention) YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm e.g. 2017-07-14 08:00. Please note that is no time zone indicator, showning that this is local (Danish) time.

    In download (CSV and XLSX) the date time are exported as YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss e.g. 2017-07-14 08:00:00. That is without the \u201cT\u201d and the seconds. Excel will recognize it as date-time. The user must remember that this is local (Danish) time.

    In download (JSON and XML) the format used is YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss e.g. 2017-07-14T08:00:00.

    Example: 2017-07-14T08:05:31
  • 1 minute UTC

    A date and time (interval), shown in UTC time zone, where the values are valid. 00:00:00 o\u2019clock is the first 1 minute of a given day, interval 00:00:00 - 00:00:59, and 00:01:00 covers the second 1 minute period (interval) of the day and so forth.

    Please note: The naming is based on the length of the interval of the finest grain of the resolution

    Please note that the format shown in the example applies to data download as JSON, XML or fetched through the API and is in accordance with the ISO 8601 standard. The format is slightly different when it is shown on screen or downloaded manually as CSV or XLSX. This is mainly due to readability and consideration for Excel users.

    In preview (in the GUI) all timestamps are shown as (display convention) YYYY-MM-DD hh:mmZ e.g. 2017-07-14 08:05Z. The Z will remind viewers that this is UTC.

    In download (CSV and XLSX) the date time are exported as YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm e.g. 2017-07-14 08:05. That is without the \u201cT\u201d and the \u201cZ\u201d and the seconds. Excel will recognize it as date-time. The user must remember the convention about time zones.

    In download (JSON and XML) the full format is used YYYY-MM-DDThh:mmZ e.g. 2017-07-14T08:05Z.

    Example: 2017-07-14T08:05:31Z
  • 5 minutes DK

    A date and time (interval), shown in Danish time zone, where the values are valid. 00:00:00 o\u2019clock is the first 5 minutes of a given day, interval 00:00:00 - 00:04:59, and 00:05:00 covers the second 5 minutes period (interval) of the day and so forth.

    On one normal day there will be 24 * 12 = 288 intervals.

    When daylight saving times shifts there will be either 276 or 300 intervals.

    Please note that the format shown in the example applies to data download as JSON, XML or fetched through the API and is in accordance with the ISO 8601 standard. The format is slightly different when it is shown on screen or downloaded manually as CSV or XLSX. This is mainly due to readability and consideration for Excel users.

    In preview (in the GUI) all timestamps are shown as (display convention) YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm e.g. 2017-07-14 08:00. Please note that is no time zone indicator, showning that this is local (Danish) time.

    In download (CSV and XLSX) the date time are exported as YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss e.g. 2017-07-14 08:00:00. That is without the \u201cT\u201d and the seconds. Excel will recognize it as date-time. The user must remember that this is local (Danish) time.

    In download (JSON and XML) the format used is YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss e.g. 2017-07-14T08:00:00.

    Example: 2012-10-01T02:15:00
  • 5 minutes UTC

    A date and time (interval), shown in UTC time zone, where the values are valid. 00:00:00 o\u2019clock is the first 5 minutes of a given day, interval 00:00:00 - 00:04:59, and 00:05:00 covers the second 5 minutes period (interval) of the day and so forth.

    Please note: The naming is based on the length of the interval of the finest grain of the resolution

    Please note that the format shown in the example applies to data download as JSON, XML or fetched through the API and is in accordance with the ISO 8601 standard. The format is slightly different when it is shown on screen or downloaded manually as CSV or XLSX. This is mainly due to readability and consideration for Excel users.

    In preview (in the GUI) all timestamps are shown as (display convention) YYYY-MM-DD hh:mmZ e.g. 2017-07-14 08:05Z. The Z will remind viewers that this is UTC.

    In download (CSV and XLSX) the date time are exported as YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm e.g. 2017-07-14 08:05. That is without the \u201cT\u201d and the \u201cZ\u201d and the seconds. Excel will recognize it as date-time. The user must remember the convention about time zones.

    In download (JSON and XML) the full format is used YYYY-MM-DDThh:mmZ e.g. 2017-07-14T08:05Z.

    Example: 2017-07-14T08:05:00Z
  • Month

    Year and month

    Example: 2017-01
    Unit: Months
  • Monthly auction congestion rent (DKK)

    Total amount of congestion rent at the interconnection to Germany based on the monthly auction of the transmission capacity in DKK per hour

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: DKK per MWh/h
  • Monthly auction congestion rent (EUR)

    Total amount of congestion rent at the interconnection to Germany based on the monthly auction of the transmission capacity in EUR per hour

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: EUR per MWh/h
  • Municipality number

    Each of the 98 Danish municipalities has a unique number, ranging from 101 Copenhagen to 860 Hj\u00f8rring.

    A list with the unique numbers can be found here: https://skat.dk/skat.aspx?oid=2276646

    Example: 101
    Unit: Coded
  • N-Butane

    N-butane content of the natural gas

    Example: 0.05
    Unit: mole - %
  • N-Pentane

    N-pentane content of the natural gas

    Example: 0.11
    Unit: mole - %
  • Net Calorific Value

    A term describing the amount of heat generated, when the tem-perature of the combustion air and the natural gas prior to com-bustion is 25\u00b0C, when the combustion products (flue gas) are cooled to 25\u00b0C, and when the water produced during combustion is present in the form of steam. The reference conditions for normal cubic metres are 0\u00b0C and 1 atm.

    Example: 39.6757
    Unit: MJ/Nm\u00b3
  • Net Calorific Value

    A term describing the amount of heat generated, when the tem-perature of the combustion air and the natural gas prior to com-bustion is 25\u00b0C, when the combustion products (flue gas) are cooled to 25\u00b0C, and when the water produced during combustion is present in the form of steam. The reference conditions for normal cubic metres are 0\u00b0C and 1 atm.

    Example: 10.9874
    Unit: kWh/Nm\u00b3
  • Net consumption

    Sum of the consumption excl. transmission loss

    Example: 15
    Unit: MWh
  • Nitrogen

    Nitrogen content of the natural gas

    Example: 0.3
    Unit: mole - %
  • Nomination: injection on firm terms

    Injection nomination on firm terms. The storage customer is using injection capacity within their contracted capacity limit.

    Injection nomination on firm terms

    Example: 120.000
    Unit: kWh/h
  • Nomination: injection on interruptible terms

    Injection nomination on interruptible terms. The storage customer is using injection capacity above their firm contracted capacity limit.

    Nomination: injection on interruptible terms

    Example: 130.000
    Unit: kWh/h
  • Nomination: withdrawal on firm terms

    Nomination of withdrawal on firm terms. The storage customer is using withdrawal capacity within their firm contracted capacity limit.

    Nomination: withdrawal on firm terms

    Example: 130.400
    Unit: kWh/h
  • Nomination: withdrawal on interruptible terms

    Withdrawal nomination on interruptible terms. The storage customer is using withdrawal capacity above their firm contracted capacity limit.

    Nomination: withdrawal on interruptible terms

    Example: 160.000
    Unit: kWh/h
  • Normal Density

    Normal density is the mass of a normal cubic meter of gas. The reference conditions for normal cubic metres are 0\u00b0C and 1 atm.

    Example: 0.8241
    Unit: kg/Nm\u00b3
  • Note

    Descriptive note

    Example: Reduceret PSO-tarif 100 GWh
  • Number of generation units greater than or equal to 100 MW

    The total number of generation units greater than or equal to 100 MW at the end of a month.

    Example: 3
    Unit: Number
  • Number of generation units under 100 MW

    The total number of generation units under 100 MW at the end of a month.

    Example: 3
    Unit: Number
  • Number of Offshore Wind Generators

    The total number of offshore wind generators at the end of a month.

    Example: 432
    Unit: Number
  • Number of Onshore Wind Generators

    The total number of onshore wind generators at the end of a month.

    Example: 560
    Unit: Number
  • Number of solar panels

    The total number of solar panels at the end of a month.

    Example: 5647
    Unit: Number
  • Nybro Flow

    Actual flowrate for deliveries from the North Sea

    Negative data indicates flow from the Danish gas system.

    Example: 738,965
    Unit: kWh/h
  • Nybro GCV

    This value is the gross calorific value for flow from the North Sea.

    Example: 44,004
    Unit: MJ/Nm³
  • Capacity Offshore Wind

    Installed Capacity of Offshore Wind generators at the end of a month.

    Example: 234,55
    Unit: MW
  • Offshore Wind (>=100MW) MWh

    Production from Offshore wind power plants with an installed capasity greater or equal to 100 MW

    xx

    Example: 4645,2
    Unit: MWh
  • Offshore Wind (<100MW) MWh

    Production from Offshore wind power plants with an installed capasity under 100 MW

    xx

    Example: 34,2
    Unit: MWh
  • Offshore wind power

    Electricity production from offshore wind power

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Capacity Onshore Wind

    Installed Capacity of Onshore Wind generators at the end of a month.

    Example: 5,43
    Unit: MW
  • Onshore wind >= 50 kW

    Production from onshore wind power generators with an installed capacity greater or equal to 50 kW

    x

    Example: 65,3
    Unit: MWh
  • Onshore wind < 50 kW

    Production from onshore wind power generators with an installed capacity under 50 kW

    x

    Example: 54,2
    Unit: MWh
  • Onshore wind power

    Electricity production from onshore wind power

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Other renewable

    Sum of production from power plant with other fuels as main fuel

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Oxygen

    Oxygen content of the natural gas

    Example: 0.1
    Unit: mole - %
  • Physical exchange non-validated

    Scheduled exchange on the transmission lines is the flow of electricity from areas of surplus to areas of deficit resulting from the Nord Pool Spots price calculation

    Positive values are import from connected area to the area. Negative values are eksport from area to connected area.

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Physical exchange settlement

    Scheduled exchange on the transmission lines is the flow of electricity from areas of surplus to areas of deficit resulting from the Nord Pool Spots price calculation

    Positive values are import from connected area to the area. Negative values are eksport from area to connected area.

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Power To Heat

    Conversion of Electricity to heat, often in districk heating systems

    Includes both electric boilers and large heat pumps

    Example: 65,1
    Unit: MWh
  • Price1

    Price in the first hour of the day.

    Example: 0,878000
    Unit: DKK per kWh
  • Price10

    Price 10

    Example: 234,550000
    Unit: DKK per kWh
  • Price11

    Price 11

    Example: 234,550000
    Unit: DKK per kWh
  • Price12

    Price 12

    Example: 234,550000
    Unit: DKK per kWh
  • Price13

    Price 13

    Example: 234,550000
    Unit: DKK per kWh
  • Price14

    Price 14

    Example: 234,550000
    Unit: DKK per kWh
  • Price15

    Price 15

    Example: 234,550000
    Unit: DKK per kWh
  • Price16

    Price 16

    Example: 234,550000
    Unit: DKK per kWh
  • Price17

    Price 17

    Example: 234,550000
    Unit: DKK per kWh
  • Price18

    Price18

    Example: 234,550000
    Unit: DKK per kWh
  • Price19

    Price 19

    Example: 234,550000
    Unit: DKK per kWh
  • Price2

    Price 2

    Example: 234,550000
    Unit: DKK per kWh
  • Price20

    Price 20

    Example: 234,550000
    Unit: DKK per kWh
  • Price21

    Price 21

    Example: 234,550000
    Unit: DKK per kWh
  • Price22

    Price 22

    Example: 234,550000
    Unit: DKK per kWh
  • Price23

    Price 23

    Example: 234,550000
    Unit: DKK per kWh
  • Price24

    Price 24

    Example: 234,550000
    Unit: DKK per kWh
  • Price3

    Price 3

    Example: 234,550000
    Unit: DKK per kWh
  • Price4

    Price 4

    Example: 234,550000
    Unit: DKK per kWh
  • Price5

    Price 5

    Example: 234,550000
    Unit: DKK per kWh
  • Price6

    Price 6

    Example: 234,550000
    Unit: DKK per kWh
  • Price7

    Price 7

    Example: 234,550000
    Unit: DKK per kWh
  • Price8

    Price 8

    Example: 234,550000
    Unit: DKK per kWh
  • Price9

    Price 9

    Example: 234,550000
    Unit: DKK per kWh
  • Price area

    Same as bidding zone. Denmark is divided in two price areas, or bidding zones, divided by the Great Belt. DK1 is west of the Great Belt and DK2 is east of the Great Belt.

    If price area is \u201cDK\u201d, the data covers all Denmark.

    Example: DK1
  • Production on plants greater than or equal to 100 MW

    Production on plants greater than or equal to 100 MW. Data based on energy measurements.

    Example: 234,55
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Production Group

    The production group consists of Central and Decentral Power Plants, Onshore, Offshore and Solar production(refers only to production in Denmark), GE (Germany), SE (Sweden), NO (Norway) and NL (the Netherlands).

    Central Power Plants are defined as being located at the following production facility locations: Amagerv\u00e6rket, Asn\u00e6sv\u00e6rket, Aved\u00f8rev\u00e6rket, H. C. \u00d8rstedsv\u00e6rket, Kyndbyv\u00e6rket, Svanem\u00f8llev\u00e6rket, Stigsn\u00e6sv\u00e6rket, R\u00f8nnev\u00e6rket, Enstedv\u00e6rket, Esbjergv\u00e6rket, Fynsv\u00e6rket, Herningv\u00e6rket, Randersv\u00e6rket, Sk\u00e6rb\u00e6kv\u00e6rket, Studstrupv\u00e6ket and Nordjyllandsv\u00e6rket. Or at other production plant locations, where the capacity is above 100 MW. Please see the legal notice Kraftv\u00e6rksbekendtg\u00f8relsen Kapitel 6, \u00a7 17. (in Danish): https://www.retsinformation.dk/Forms/R0710.aspx?id=163522 Decentral Power Plants are defined as being located at other locations than the already existing production facility locations.

    Example: GE
    Unit: text
  • Production or import

    Depending on the Production Group the amount of energy is either produced in Denmark or imported.

    If the Production Group is Central, Decentral, Solar, On-shore or Offshore the amount of energy is produced in Denmark. If the Production Group is GE, SE, NO or NL, the amount of energy is imported.

    Example: 34.7
    Unit: MWh
  • Production on plants less than 100 MW

    Example: 100
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Propane

    Propane content of the natural gas

    Example: 2.00
    Unit: mole - %
  • Gas quality parameter

    For each month there are 20 rows with average, min. and max. values for the following gas quality parameters:

    Methane, Ethane, Propane, I-butane, N-butane, I-pentane, N-pentane, Hexane+, Carbon dioxide, Nitrogen, and Oxygen. All of these are components of the natural gas and have mole % as unit.

    The remaining of the 20 gas quality parameters are described in greater detail below

    Gross Calorific Value: A term describing the amount of heat de-veloped by combustion of one cubic metre of gas at constant pressure when the gas and air for the combustion have a temperature of 25\u00b0C, the combustion products being brought to that temperature and the water formed by the combustion being present in liquid state. The reference conditions for normal cubic metres are 0\u00b0C and 1 atm.

    Net Calorific Value: A term describing the amount of heat generated, when the temperature of the combustion air and the natural gas prior to combustion is 25\u00b0C, when the combustion products (flue gas) are cooled to 25\u00b0C, and when the water produced during combustion is present in the form of steam. The reference conditions for normal cubic metres are 0\u00b0C and 1 atm.

    Wobbe Index: The Wobbe index offers information about the heating effect a burner is exposed to during combustion of a fuel. The greater the Wobbe index, the greater the heating effect and thereby the greater the load on the burner. The load on a burner is thus directly proportional to the Wobbe index. Different gases with the same Wobbe index will impose the same load on the burner. The Wobbe index can be calculated as the gross calorific value divided by the square root of the relative density.

    Normal Density: Normal density is the mass of a normal cubic meter of gas. The reference conditions for normal cubic metres are 0\u00b0C and 1 atm. Relative Density: The relative density aka the specific gravity is the density of natural gas divided by the density of air at the same pressure and temperature, and is an expression of the amount of heavier hydrocarbons that are in the natural gas.

    Methane Number: A methane number characterises the gas’s knock tendency as a fuel for gas engines. It can be compared to the octane number for petrol.

    Water Dew Point: Water content of gas described as dew point at the absoluite pressure of 70 bar.

    Hydro Carbon Dew Point: The temperature for precipitation of liquid hydro carbons measured at the pressure with the highest hydrocarbon dew point.

    H2S: Hydrogen Sulphide content of the natural gas

    Total Sulphur: Total Sulphur content of the un-odorized natural gas.

    H2S and total sulphur are given as the measurement in Nybro.

    Example: Methane
    Unit: text
  • Regulating power - downward regulation

    The actual amount of energy down-regulated

    Example: 500
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Regulating power - upward regulation

    The actual amount of energy up-regulated

    Example: 500
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Relative Density

    The relative density aka the specific gravity is the density of natural gas divided by the density of air at the same pressure and temperature, and is an expression of the amount of heavier hydrocarbons that are in the natural gas.

    Example: 0.63
    Unit: kg/Nm\u00b3
  • Residual Consumption

    The residual consumption is calculated hour by hour and consists of the total consumption of the individual grid areas deducted the consumption of all remote meter reading customers for the individual grid areas.

    The first hour of a day is from 00:00 to 00:59 represented as YYYY-MM-DD 00:00 and the second hour is from 01:00 to 01:59 represented as YYYY-MM-DD 01:00 and so forth.

    Example: 184.301
    Unit: kWh
  • Resolution Duration

    Resolution of the values

    Example: PT1H
  • SLLager Flow

    This flowrate indicates injection and withdrawal from Stenlille Gas Storage facility.

    Negative data indicates injection.

    Example: 738,965
    Unit: kWh/h
  • SLLager GCV

    This value is the gross calorific value for flow to and from Stenlille Gas Storage facility

    Example: 44,004
    Unit: MJ/Nm³
  • Scheduled exchange day ahead

    Scheduled exchange on the transmission lines is the flow of electricity from areas of surplus to areas of deficit resulting from the Nord Pool Spots price calculation

    Positive values are import from connected area to the area. Negative values are eksport from area to connected area.

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Scheduled exchange intraday

    Scheduled exchange on the transmission lines is the flow of electricity from areas of surplus to areas of deficit resulting from the Nord Pool Spots price calculation

    Positive values are import from connected area to the area. Negative values are eksport from area to connected area.

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Share Hour Percent

    The group’s share of total production during the specific hour

    Non

    Example: 23,1
    Unit: %
  • Solar power

    Electricity production from Solar power

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Capacity Solar Power

    Installed Capacity of solar power panels at the end of a month.

    Example: 234,55
    Unit: MW
  • Solar power 10-40 kW

    Production from solar panels with an installed capasity over or equal to 10 kW, but under 40 kW.

    x

    Example: 65,1
    Unit: MWh
  • Solar power over 40 kW

    Production from solar panels with an installed capasity greater then, or equalt to 40 kW

    x

    Example: 65,7
    Unit: MWh
  • Solar power 0-10 kW

    Production from solar panels with an installed capasity under 10 kW

    x

    Example: 54,1
    Unit: MWh
  • Solar power production

    Production of electricity from solar cells.

    Production is to some extent estimated

    Example: 15
    Unit: MWh
  • Solar power Self-consumption MWh

    Solar power Self-consumption is calculated by Energinet.

    xx

    Example: 54,3
    Unit: MWh
  • Export Capacity sold DK1 to Germany

    Capacity sold from Eastern Denmark to Germany in MWh per hour - sum of annual and monthly reservation. Generally, within the month the amount will be fixed unless periods of constraints occur.

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Import Capacity sold Germany to DK1

    Capacity sold from Germany to Eastern Denmark in MWh per hour - sum of annual and monthly reservation. Generally, within the month the amount will be fixed unless periods of constraints occur.

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Spot price (DKK)

    Day ahead Spot Price in the price area

    The day-ahead prices indicate the balance between supply and demand.

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: DKK per MWh
  • Spot price (EUR)

    Day ahead Spot Price in the price area

    The day-ahead prices indicate the balance between supply and demand.

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: EUR per MWh
  • Spot purchase

    The purchase of electritity from the nordpool spot

    Purchased electricity is seen from the consumption side, meaning that the sum of purchased electricity on all market in the price area + import from connected price areas, should cover the planned consumption in the price area.

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Spot sale

    The sale of electricity to the nordpool spot

    Sale of electricity is seen from the producer side, so purchased electricity + export - import = sales.

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Stored gas on interruptible terms

    Stored gas on interruptible terms. The storage customer is storing gas outside their contracted limit. The storage customer can be required to withdraw the gas on short notice when the total storage filling reached certain limits (e.g. 95%).

    zasdf

    Example: 4.987
    Unit: MWh
  • Stored gas total

    The total stored gas.

    Example: 8.504.020
    Unit: MWh
  • TYRA Flow

    Hourly production data for Tyra is received from third party. TYRA flow is hourly production according to the hour .

    Example: 738,965
    Unit: kWh/h
  • TYRA time

    Hourly production data for Tyra is received from third party. TYRA time is information for witch hour the flow-data is applicable for.

    Example: 16. august 2018 12:00-13:00
  • Tax Indicator

    Indicates if a tariff is a charge or not.

    Example: 0
  • Timestamp DK

    A date and time, shown in Danish time zone, where the values are applicable for. The timestamp is the time the measurements are saved in our system.

    Example: 2012-10-01T02:12:00
  • Timestamp UTC

    A date and time, shown in UTC time zone, for which the values are applicable for. The timestamp is the time the measurements are saved in our system.

    Example: 2017-07-14T08:03:00Z
  • Total consumption

    Total electricity consumption in kWh

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: kWh
  • Total load

    Sum of the consumption incl. transmission loss

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Total sulphur

    Total Sulphur content of the un-odorized natural gas.

    Given as mg Sulphur /Nm3

    Example: 5.0
    Unit: mg/Nm\u00b3
  • Transmission Grid loss

    Losses in the transmission grid

    Includes interconnectors

    Example: 45,3
    Unit: MWh
  • Transparent Invoicing

    Indicates if the electricity retailer has to show the price element on the invoice.

    Example: 0
  • Unit

    Unit for the gas quality values. Possible values are:

    • mole - %
    • kWh/Nm\u00b3
    • MJ/Nm\u00b3
    • kg/Nm\u00b3
    • [-]
    • \u00b0C
    • mg/Nm\u00b3
    • kg/GJ

    Example: kWh/Nm\u00b3
    Unit: text
  • Utilized capacity DK1 to Germany

    Utilized capacity from Eastern Denmark to Germany in MWh per hour - sum of annual and monthly reservations.

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Utilized Capacity Germany to DK1

    Utilized capacity from Germany to Western Denmark in MWh per hour - sum of annual and monthly reservations.

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • VATClass

    VAT Class - either VAT or no VAT

    Example: D01
  • ValidFrom

    Valid From

    Example: 2017-12-24
  • ValidTo

    Valid To

    Example: 25-12-2018
  • Waste

    Sum of production from power plant with waste as main fuel

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • Water dew point

    Water content of gas described as dew point at the absoluite pressure of 70 bar.

    Example: -8
    Unit: \u00b0C
  • Expected available withdrawal capacity per day

    The expected available withdrawal capacity is forecasted one month ahead. The reduction can occur when the storage filling is below certain level (e.g. below 20 % filling level).

    Example: 194.400
    Unit: MWh/day
  • Withdrawn gas on interruptible terms per day

    Total withdrawn gas on interruptible terms per day.

    Example: 0
    Unit: MWh/day
  • Withdrawn gas in total per day

    Total withdrawn gas for the gasday.

    Example: 81.525
    Unit: MWh/day
  • Wobbe Index

    The Wobbe index offers information about the heating effect a burner is exposed to during combustion of a fuel. The greater the Wobbe index, the greater the heating effect and thereby the greater the load on the burner. The load on a burner is thus directly proportional to the Wobbe index. Different gases with the same Wobbe index will impose the same load on the burner.

    Example: 54.8543
    Unit: MJ/Nm\u00b3
  • Wobbe Index

    The Wobbe index offers information about the heating effect a burner is exposed to during combustion of a fuel. The greater the Wobbe index, the greater the heating effect and thereby the greater the load on the burner. The load on a burner is thus directly proportional to the Wobbe index. Different gases with the same Wobbe index will impose the same load on the burner.

    Example: 15.2373
    Unit: kWh/Nm\u00b3
  • Year

    Year

    Example: 2017
    Unit: Years
  • Yearly Auction Congestion Rent (DKK)

    Total amount of congestion rent at the interconnection to Germany based on the monthly auction of the transmission capacity

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: DKK per MWh/h
  • Yearly auction congestion rent (EUR)

    Total amount of congestion rent at the interconnection to Germany based on the monthly auction of the transmission capacity

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: EUR per MWh/h
  • aFRR Downward regulation activated

    Activated aFRR downward regulation.

    MWh/h is the average delivered MW, and for one hour approximately equals the energy measured in MWh.

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • aFRR Downward regulation price (DKK)

    The energy price of activated automatic downward regulation (aFRR) to restore system frequency to the nominal frequency

    Down regulation is settled with the DK1 spot market price - DKK 100 / MWh, where the maximum price is identical to the regulating power price for down regulation.

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: DKK per MWh/h
  • aFRR Downward regulation price (EUR)

    The energy price of activated automatic downward regulation (aFRR) to restore system frequency to the nominal frequency

    Down regulation is settled with the DK1 spot market price - DKK 100 / MWh, where the maximum price is identical to the regulating power price for down regulation.

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: EUR per MWh/h
  • aFRR Upward regulation activated

    Activated aFRR upward regulation.

    MWh/h is the average delivered MW, and for one hour approximately equals the energy measured in MWh.

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • aFRR Upward regulation price (DKK)

    The energy price of activated automatic upward regulation (aFRR) to restore system frequency to the nominal frequency

    Up-regulation is settled with the DK1 spot market price +100 DKK / MWh, where the minimum price is identical to the regulating power price for up-regulation.

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: DKK per MWh/h
  • aFRR Upward regulation price (EUR)

    The energy price of activated automatic upward regulation (aFRR) to restore system frequency to the nominal frequency

    Up-regulation is settled with the DK1 spot market price +100 DKK / MWh, where the minimum price is identical to the regulating power price for up-regulation.

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: EUR per MWh/h
  • aFRR, automatic Frequency Restoration Reserves, DK1

    Automatic Frequency Restoration Reserves, amounts and prices in Western Denmark.

    aFRR, also called secondary reserve, is an automatic 15-minute power control. Previously it was called Load Frequency Control (LFC). The reserve is active over virtually the entire operat-ing day and fulfills three functions. It releases activated FCR, it deals with minor imbalances that are too small for regulating power activation, and it restores the agreed balance towards Germany. In addition, activation of aFRR differs from FCR in that it is not triggered directly by frequency fluctuations at the individual plants. It is activated through an automatic control signal sent from Energinet via the balance responsible party.

    Today, all aFRR for DK1 is under normal circumstances delivered over Skagerrak 4. The current agreement with Norway on purchases of aFRR and FCR to West Denmark expire in 2019. For further info, please see “Introduktion til systemydelser” on www.energinet.dk

  • Monthly allocated calorific values

    For each meter and regulator stations connected to the transmission grid a validation gives an allocated calorific value and normal density each month for the purpose of settlement. The values represent the gas delivered from the meter and regulator station each month.

    The dataset contains allocated gross calorific values and allocated normal densities for the meter and regulation stations in the transmission grid.

  • Auction of Capacities, PTR DK1-Germany

    PTR is explicit auction of transfer capacity on a connection between two price areas

    x

  • Auction of Capacities, PTR DK2-Germany

    PTR is explicit auction of transfer capacity on a connection between two price areas

    x

  • Capacity Per Municipality

    Capacity and number of production units per municipality and type

    Updated on the second workday of the following month at 06:00. A Version where thermal power plants are divided into main fuels is under development. Expected to be published mid 2020.

  • CO2 Emission

    The dataset is an updated near up-to-date history for the CO2 emission from electricity consumed in Denmark measured in g/KWh.

    The values for DK1 and DK2 are the same, because both represent the total value of CO2 emissions in Denmark. Ongoing work will later give the correct individual values for the two price areas and the current value (for DK1 and DK2) will be shown under an extra column named DK. The calculations for the CO2 emissions are based on emissions from each power plant above 10MW and where all power plants below 10MW is regarded as one power plant. Furthermore, the calculations are based on production per hour, consumption per hour and exchange per hour. For further information please see the document (in Danish) “Deklarationer af EL”.

    Please also note:

    • The resolution of the data is 5 minutes but the up-date frequency is a bit slower, which is 15 minutes.
    • To calculate the emission rate from CO2 the 125% method is used, which means that coproduced heat is produced by a given efficiency by 125%.

  • CO2 Emission Prognosis

    The dataset is an estimated prognosis for at least the next 9 hours for the CO2 emission from the estimated electricity consumption in Denmark per kWh.

    The forecast is based on the production schedules for each power plant, combined with the CO2 emission per kWh per power plant. The forecast is updated with the production schedules during the day.\nThe values for DK1 and DK2 are the same, because both represent the total value of CO2 emissions in Denmark. Ongoing work will later give the correct individual values for the two price areas and the current value (for DK1 and DK2) will be shown under an extra column named DK. \nFor further information please see the document (in Danish) “Deklarationer af EL”. \n\nPlease also note: \n-\tDepending on the time of the day an update of the prognosis may include estimates for more than 9 hours, but every update will at least have 9 hours into the future. \n-\tThe resolution of the data is 5 minutes but the up-date frequency is a bit slower, which is 15 minutes.\n-\tTo calculate the emission rate from CO2 the 125% method is used, which means that coproduced heat is \n produced by a given efficiency by 125%. \n

  • Production per Municipality

    Contains the electricity production per municipality per month in MWh, divided on production from Wind Power, Solar Power, Decentral and Central Power Plants.

    One Month per municipality (Number 101 – 860)

  • Consumption per DK36/DK19 Industry Code per hour

    Electricity Consumption per DK36/DK19 Industry Code and Day, based on the CVR register.

    Consumption for industry codes includes customers with a CVR number only. To ensure sufficiant anonymization, some of the DK36 groups were combined to larger groups.

    More information on the Industry Codes can be found on Danmarks Statistics homepage: https://www.dst.dk/da/Statistik/dokumentation/nomenklaturer/dansk-branchekode-db07

  • Consumption per Grid Area

    The residual consumption is calculated hour by hour and consists of the total consumption of the individual grid area deducted the consumption of all remote meter reading customers.

  • Consumption per Municipality and DE35 industry codes

    Monthly consumption divided on the 98 Danish municipalities and the 35 Danish Energy categories known as DE35 Industry Codes.

  • Datahub Price List

    Prices for the electrical power retail market in Denmark per supplier per charge type (subscriptions, tariffs, and fees)

    Price 1-24 covers the hours within a day. If the price is a flat rate price, only price 1 is used.

  • Declaration, Emission per Hour

    The official CO2 emission per hour for electricity delivered to the distribution grid.

    To get the average value import is included and it is weighted against consumption, which gives the official CO2 emissions per used KWh in Denmark.

  • Declaration, Production types per Hour

    The Environmental Declaration in hour resolution.

    Updated once a year based on specific information from all electricity producers.

  • Electricity Balance

    Data represents the overall balance of consumption, production, import and export of electricity in an area. Production is divided into main production types.

    Gross consumption = sum of production + sum of exchange to connected areas. A positive exchange is import of electricity, while a negative is export. The total production is the sum of all production types. Transmission losses is Gross consumption - net consumption. Electric boilers consumption is included in gross and net consumption.

  • Electricity Balance Non-Validated

    Data represents the overall balance of consumption, production, import and export of electricity in an area.

    Production is divided into main production types. Data is based on online power measurements for SCADA, and therefore with some delay.

    Gross consumption = sum of production + sum of exchange to connected areas. A positive exchange is import of electricity, while a negative is export.

    The total production is the sum of all production types.

  • Electricity Production and Exchange 5 min Realtime

    The electricity production and exchange in MWh/h in 5 minutes intervals, updated each 5th minute.

    The total load, including loses, is calculated as the sum of production from power plants, solar and wind power plus the exchange to Germany, Sweden, Norway, and The Netherlands. The exchange between Bornholm and price area SE4 is included the exchange DK2 to Sweden, and should not be taken into account.

  • Active Electricity Suppliers per Grid Area

    Number of active electricity suppliers per grid area and nationwide.

    Please note that the nationwide number is called “DK” in the Grid company column.

  • Elspot Prices

    Day ahead spotprices in DK and neighboring countries

    In Nord Pool Spot market players can buy and sell electricity for delivery the following day in their own area - Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark or Germany. The day-ahead prices indicate the balance between supply and demand.

  • Entry/Exit gas quality

    Gas quality naturally varies depending on the origin of the gas. Here is given the hourly unvalidated data for the entry/exit and central points: Nybro (Danish North Sea), Dragør Border (Sweden), Ellund (Germany), Bevtoft (Biogas plant), Ll. Torup (Storage), Stenlille (Storage), and Egtved (Gas cross). Natural gas delivered to Danish consumers may originate from more than one supply area.

    The values listed are for informational purposes only and are not suited for settlement purposes. Though Energinet consider the numbers to be true, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of the values. Energinet has neither verified nor approved the information.

    The information can be auto validated by the user with the validation rules written for each factor in Meta Data.

  • FCR, Frequency Containment Reserves, DK1

    Amount and prices of FCR regulation in price area DK1.

    Read more about the Frequency Containment Reserves and other ancillary services in the document (in Danish) “Introduktion til systemydelser”: https://energinet.dk/-/media/3AA417DD78A142A88B8535B512A95185.PDF?la=da&hash=B81BE92F4BA8A633D7466D7C9426599078EBBF99

  • FCR, Frequency Containment Reserves, DK2

    Amount and prices of FCR regulation in price area DK2.

    The delivery of the vast majority of system benefits is ensured by various types of reserves. The reserves are purchased through agreements between Energinet.dk and a production or consumption-responsible player. The agreements contain provisions to provide capacity for a fixed period. In DK2 types of reserves are FCR-N and FCR-D (Frequency Containment Reserves for Normal operation and disturbances), and mFRR (Manual Frequency Restoration Reserves) Read more about ancillary services in the document (in Danish) “Introduktion til systemydelser”: https://energinet.dk/-/media/3AA417DD78A142A88B8535B512A95185.PDF?la=da&hash=B81BE92F4BA8A633D7466D7C9426599078EBBF99

  • FFR, Fast Frequency Reserve, demand DK2

    Total expected demand of Fast Frequency Reserve (FFR) in MW per hour in DK2. The demand is forecasted based on the expected level of system inertia in the Nordic synchronous area.

  • FFR Expected Demand , Up, d+0

    FFR Expected Demand of upward regulation, d+0 (today), in MW per hour

    The FFR demand is forecasted based on the expected Nordic system inertia in the coming week. d+0 is the forecast for the same day as the forecast was performed. d+1 is for the day after. d+7 is for a week after.

    Example: 344,5
    Unit: MW
  • FFR Expected Demand , Up, d+1

    FFR Expected Demand of upward regulation, d+1, in MW per hour

    The FFR demand is forecasted based on the expected Nordic system inertia in the coming week. d+0 is the forecast for the same day as the forecast was performed. d+1 is for the day after. d+7 is for a week after.

    Example: 344,5
    Unit: MW
  • FFR Expected Demand , Up, d+2

    FFR Expected Demand of upward regulation, d+2, in MW per hour

    The FFR demand is forecasted based on the expected Nordic system inertia in the coming week. d+0 is the forecast for the same day as the forecast was performed. d+1 is for the day after. d+7 is for a week after.

    Example: 344,5
    Unit: MW
  • FFR Expected Demand , Up, d+3

    FFR Expected Demand of upward regulation, d+3, in MW per hour

    The FFR demand is forecasted based on the expected Nordic system inertia in the coming week. d+0 is the forecast for the same day as the forecast was performed. d+1 is for the day after. d+7 is for a week after.

    Example: 344,5
    Unit: MW
  • FFR Expected Demand , Up, d+4

    FFR Expected Demand of upward regulation, d+4, in MW per hour

    The FFR demand is forecasted based on the expected Nordic system inertia in the coming week. d+0 is the forecast for the same day as the forecast was performed. d+1 is for the day after. d+7 is for a week after.

    Example: 344,5
    Unit: MW
  • FFR Expected Demand , Up, d+5

    FFR Expected Demand of upward regulation, d+5, in MW per hour

    The FFR demand is forecasted based on the expected Nordic system inertia in the coming week. d+0 is the forecast for the same day as the forecast was performed. d+1 is for the day after. d+7 is for a week after.

    Example: 344,5
    Unit: MW
  • FFR Expected Demand , Up, d+6

    FFR Expected Demand of upward regulation, d+6, in MW per hour

    The FFR demand is forecasted based on the expected Nordic system inertia in the coming week. d+0 is the forecast for the same day as the forecast was performed. d+1 is for the day after. d+7 is for a week after.

    Example: 344,5
    Unit: MW
  • FFR Expected Demand , Up, d+7

    FFR Expected Demand of upward regulation, d+7, in MW per hour

    The FFR demand is forecasted based on the expected Nordic system inertia in the coming week. d+0 is the forecast for the same day as the forecast was performed. d+1 is for the day after. d+7 is for a week after.

    Example: 344,5
    Unit: MW
  • Fixed Residual Consumption

    The residual consumption is calculated hour by hour and consists of the total consumption of the individual grid areas deducted the consumption of all remote meter reading customers for the individual grid areas.

  • Forecast Wind and Solar power, 5min

    Forecast of wind and solar power with a resolution for 5 minutes. This forecast acts as the basis for the one hour resolu-tion edition.

    Solar power forecasts are not updated between 6pm and 6am. Therefore, no 5 hour forecast exist for solar power between 11pm and 11am. 1 hour and 5 hour forecasts are released up to 15 minutes before the start of the forecast and might be updated until 1 minute before the forecast starts. Within this time frame up to 3 updates can take place.

  • Forecast Wind and Solar power, hour resolution

    Forecast of wind and solar power with a resolution of one hour.

    The timestamp indicates when the “Current” forecast is generated

    Solar power forecasts are not updated between 6pm and 6am. Therefore, no 5 hour forecast exist for solar power between 11pm and 11am. 1 hour and 5 hour forecasts are released up to 15 minutes before the start of the forecast and might be updated until 1 minute before the forecast starts. Within this time frame up to 3 updates can take place.

  • Gas composition and quality for transmission

    The dataset contains the hourly unvalidated gas composition and other gas quality parameters for the Danish Transmission as measured at Energinet’s gas quality measuring station in Egtved.

    The values listed are for informational purposes only and are not suited for settlement purposes. Though Energinet consider the numbers to be true, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of the values. Energinet has neither verified nor approved the information.

    The information can be auto validated by the user with the validation rules written for each factor in Meta Data.

  • Gas composition and quality for transmission, monthly

    Gas quality data for the Danish transmission grid that is representative for gas delivered from the transmission grid. The data are validated but the data cannot be used for billing purposes. The basis of the dataset is hourly values and the maximal and minimal value is therefore respective the maximal and minimal hourly value.

    The values listed are for informational purposes only and are not suited for settlement purposes. Though Energinet consider the numbers to be true, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of the values.

  • Gas composition and quality for transmission, yearly

    Gas quality data for the Danish transmission grid that is representative for gas delivered from the transmission grid. The data are validated but the data cannot be used for billing purposes. The basis of the dataset is hourly values and the maximal and minimal value is therefore respective the maximal and minimal hourly value.

    The values listed are for informational purposes only and are not suited for settlement purposes. Though Energinet consider the numbers to be true, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of the values.

  • Commercial gas amounts

    Daily commercial flow in the Danish gas market. The commercial flow can vary slightly from the physical flow.

    The data is available after 11:30 the following gasday. The data is updated when the validated data is available.

  • Gas System Right Now

    All data is real time data, except North Sea production and production of biomethane. Real time data is from our Scada System, where data is stored every 3 minutes. This does not apply for North Sea production data which we receive on an hourly basis from third party (not from the platform operator). And data for produced biomethane we receive 6 times a day from the distri-bution companies.

  • Herfindahl - Hirschman Index (HHI) per Grid Area

    HHI is a method used to determine the market competitiveness.

    HHI is calculated as the sum of the squared market share (large consumers are evaluated as energy consumed and small consumers are evaluated on the number of metering points) for any given grid area. A market with HHI on 10.000 is equal to true monopoly (non-competitive) meanwhile, a HHI under 2000 indicates a competitve market.

  • Industry codes, DE35

    The Industry Code DE35 is used in the Danish electricity sector.

    Was formerly known as the DEF35 codes, and has been used in the danish electricity sector since the 1970’th.

    A four digit version (DEF61) exists, but was never fully implemented.

    DE35 is tailormade for electricity consumption, and is not completely compatible with e.g. the industrial codes from the danish statistical office (DB07), based on the NACE industrial codes.

  • Inertia, Nordic Synchronous Area

    The inertia reflects the rotating mass of the active production units. The unit is GWs

    Price area DK1 is not part of the Nordic Synchronous Area

  • mFRR Downward regulation expected

    The expected purchase of manual power reserves available to restore system frequency to the nominal frequency (formerly manual reserves)

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • mFRR Downward regulation expected, extra

    The expected purchase of extra manual power reserves available to restore system frequency to the nominal frequency (formerly manual reserves)

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • mFRR Downward regulation price (DKK)

    The price of manual power reserves available to restore system frequency to the nominal frequency (formerly manual reserves)

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: DKK per MWh
  • mFRR Downward regulation price (EUR)

    The price of manual power reserves available to restore system frequency to the nominal frequency (formerly manual reserves)

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: EUR per MWh
  • mFRR Downward regulation price (DKK), extra

    The price of extra manual power reserves available to restore system frequency to the nominal frequency (formerly manual reserves)

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: DKK per MWh/h
  • mFRR Downward regulation price (EUR), extra

    The price of extra manual power reserves available to restore system frequency to the nominal frequency (formerly manual reserves)

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: EUR per MWh/h
  • mFRR Downward regulation purchased

    The purchase of manual power reserves available to restore system frequency to the nominal frequency (formerly manual reserves)

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • mFRR Downward regulation purchased, extra

    The actual purchase of extra manual power reserves available to restore system frequency to the nominal frequency (formerly manual reserves)

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • mFRR Upward regulation expected

    The expected purchase of manual power reserves available to restore system frequency to the nominal frequency (formerly manual reserves)

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • mFRR Upward regulation expected, extra

    The expected purchase of extra manual power reserves available to restore system frequency to the nominal frequency (formerly manual reserves)

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • mFRR Upward regulation price (DKK)

    The price of manual power reserves available to restore system frequency to the nominal frequency (formerly manual reserves)

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: DKK per MWh
  • mFRR Upward regulation price (EUR)

    The price of manual power reserves available to restore system frequency to the nominal frequency (formerly manual reserves)

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: EUR per MWh
  • mFRR Upward regulation price (DKK), extra

    The price of extra manual power reserves available to restore system frequency to the nominal frequency (formerly manual reserves)

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: DKK per MWh/h
  • mFRR Upward regulation price (EUR), extra

    The price of extra manual power reserves available to restore system frequency to the nominal frequency (formerly manual reserves)

    Example: 543,45
    Unit: EUR per MWh/h
  • mFRR Upward regulation purchased

    The purchase of manual power reserves available to restore system frequency to the nominal frequency (formerly manual reserves)

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • mFRR Upward regulation purchased, extra

    The actual purchase of extra manual power reserves available to restore system frequency to the nominal frequency (formerly manual reserves)

    Example: 184.3
    Unit: MWh per hour
  • mFRR, Frequency Restoration Reserves manual, DK1

    Amount and prices of manual Frequency Restoration Reserves (mFRR), also called manual reserves, in price area DK1. As a Transmission System Operator (TSO) Energinet is responsible for keeping the balance and stability of the electricity grid. The services that enable Energinet to do so are called Ancillary Services to which manual Frequency Restoration Reserves (mFRR) belongs. Read more about Ancillary Services at Energinet’s wepage “Hvad er systemydelser” and the following document “Introduktion til systemydelser ” (both in Danish).

    Committed to place bids in the regulating power market

    Links: “Hvad er systemydelser”: https://energinet.dk/El/Systemydelser/Hvad-er-Systemydelser “Introduktion til systemydelser”: https://energinet.dk/-/media/3AA417DD78A142A88B8535B512A95185.PDF?la=da&hash=B81BE92F4BA8A633D7466D7C9426599078EBBF99

  • mFRR, Frequency Restoration Reserves manual, DK2

    Amount and prices of manual Frequency Restoration Reserves (mFRR), also called manual reserves, in Eastern Denmark.

    The delivery of the vast majority of system benefits is ensured by various types of reserves. The reserves are purchased through agreements between Energinet.dk and a production or consumption-responsible player. The agreements contain provisions to provide capacity for a fixed period. In DK2 types of reserves are FCR-N and FCR-D (Frequency Containment Reserves for Normal operation and disturbances), and mFRR (Manual Frequency Restoration Reserves)

  • Gas quality for MR stations

    The dataset consists of the gas quality values: Gross Calorific Values, Wobbe Index, Normal Density, and Methane Number for the delivered natural gas from the transmission grid to each meter and regulator stations in Denmark.

    The values listed are for informational purposes only and are not suited for settlement purposes. Though Energinet consider the numbers to be true, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of the values. Energinet has neither verified nor approved the information.

    The information can be auto validated by the user with the validation rules written for each factor in Meta Data.

    The described gas quality is not necessarily the gas quality that will be delivered to the consumers, since upgraded biogas can enter at the distribution level.

  • Nordpool Market

    Prices and turnover at the Nordpool spot market for electricity for DK1 (West Denmark) and DK2 (East Denmark)

    In NordPool Spot market players can buy and sell electricity for delivery the following day in their own area - Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark or Germany. The day-ahead prices indicate the balance between supply and demand. NordPool Elbas is the Nordic trading center for trading electricity up to one hour before delivery hour. At the Elspot market it may take up to 36 hours from a contract has changed hands until the actual delivery hour. During this time the consumption and production situation may easily have changed. Elbas makes it therefore easier for the market players to reach balance through trading.

  • Power System Right Now

    Production and flow on inter connectors right now in one-minute resolution

  • Production and Consumption - Settlement

    Production and consumption based on settlement data.

  • Realtime Market

    Maintaining balance between consumption and production in the electricity system and fulfilling contracts with e.g. Sweden or Norway may require an up or down regulation of production and consumption in the Danish electricity system (east or west). For this purpose a so-called regulating power market is established as a common market for the Nordic countries. The principle of the regulating power market is the market players forwarding their bids on how much capacity they can offer for up or down regulations and which prices they require.

  • Storage expected availability

    The expected and actual availability of injection and withdrawal capacity shown as percentage of the total technical capacity.

    The expected injection and withdrawal capacity is calculated one month in advance. The actual capacity is calculated every morning for the current gasday. These percentages show if there are active restrictions compared to technical capacity.

    The values listed are for informational purposes only and are not suited for settlement purposes. Though Gas Storage Denmark (GSD) considers the numbers to be true, we cannot guarantee the accuracy.

  • Storage available capacity

    Storage capacity provides information about total and reserved capacity for

    • Volume capacity
    • Injection capacity
    • Withdrawal capacity

    The data is updated on daily basis. The data is updated shortly when new contracts are finalized.

    The values listed are for informational purposes only and are not suited for settlement purposes. Though Gas Storage Denmark considers the numbers to be true, we cannot guarantee the accuracy.

  • Storage hourly nomination

    The hourly nomination provides information about the total injection and withdrawal nomination on both firm and interruptible terms for the virtual storage.

    • Injection on firm terms
    • Injection on interruptible terms
    • Withdrawal on firm firms
    • Withdrawal on interruptible terms

    The data is updated on hourly basis, shortly after new nominations has been matched between the transmission and the storage system. The nominations of actual hour + 2 hours are closed, but remaining hours are subject to the storage customers’ renomination.

    The values listed are for informational purposes only and are not suited for settlement purposes. Though Gas Storage Denmark considers the numbers to be true, we cannot guarantee the accuracy.

    The data is updated whenever there are new confirmed nomination during the gasday or the coming gasday. First publication are available the day before approx.

  • Storage utilization

    The expected and actual availability of injection and withdrawal capacity shown as percentage of the total technical capacity.

    The expected injection and withdrawal capacity is calculated one month in advance. The actual capacity is calculated every morning for the current gasday. These percentages show if there are active restrictions compared to technical capacity.

    The values listed are for informational purposes only and are not suited for settlement purposes. Though Gas Storage Denmark (GSD) considers the numbers to be true, we cannot guarantee the accuracy.

  • Transmission Lines

    Data on capacity, scheduled trade, actual exchange and congestion income.

    The TSOs decide how much capacity is to be transferred, and the capacity for the coming day is published at Nord Pool Spot every day before 10:00.

    Scheduled trade on the transmission lines is the flow of electricity from areas of surplus to areas of deficit resulting from the Nord Pool Spots price calculation. The physical exchange is the actual measured exchange of electricity. Negative values indicate export of electricity out of the area to the connected area, and positive values indicate import.

    Congestion rent is calculated as the difference in spot prices between the two price areas multiplied by the estimated exchange between the two areas concerned. The international connections to Norway and Sweden are completely at the disposal of NordPool Spot and in return the TSOs receive the congestion rent. In NORDEL (Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland) the congestion rent is distributed according to a scale agreed upon. With regard to the KONTEK interconnection the congestion rent is paid to Energinet.dk, Vattenfall Europe Transmission and Vattenfall AB (Vattenfall’s trading company in Sweden) according to a scale agreed upon.

    The interconnection between Western Denmark and Germany is at the disposal of the market at annual, monthly and daily auctions at which payment for utilization of the interconnection - and thereby the congestion rent - is calculated on the basis of demand and supply. The congestion rent is equally divided between Energinet.dk and E.ON Netz.