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  • 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.