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  • More trading capacity available in intraday markets when virtual electricity area is introduced 

    Svenska kraftnät has applied for what is called a virtual electricity area between SE3, DK1 and NO1 in the intraday market. The purpose is to optimize trading capacity in the intraday market between the areas. The proposal is one of several measures Svenska kraftnät is working on, in order to increase the available capacity to the market in the short term, until the Nordic region introduces a flow-based method for capacity calculation and capacity allocation.
  • Procurement of automatic Frequency Restoration Reserve (aFRR) in Q3/2022 (weeks 27-39) 

    The Nordic TSOs have decided to keep the current aFRR procurement schedule unchanged for Q3/2022. This means aFRR will be procured for hour 1 and hours 6-24 all days of the week, with a total volume of approximately 300 MW in most hours and approximately 400 MW in morning hours during weekdays. In the late evening hours, down-regulation is also approximately 400 MW.
  • National webinar for walkthrough of BSP implementation guide for mFRR capacity market 

    NBM is pleased to welcome Swedish BSP:s to a webinar for an introduction of the mFRR capacity market BSP implementation guide. Welcome on the 22th of June.
  • Webinar on results from shadow operation of mFRR EAM 

    Welcome to a webinar 15 of June on Energy Activation Market of the manual Frequency Restoration Reserve (mFRR EAM) where preliminary results from the shadow operation of the new automated mFRR balancing markets will be presented
  • Go-live on common Nordic aFRR capacity market platform 

    The automatic frequency restoration reserve (aFRR) capacity market has successfully been moved to the shared Nordic MMS (market management system) starting 10 May. The milestone marks an important step towards a common Nordic market, planned to go-live earliest Q4 2022, and thus also serves as an important tool to succeed with the implementation of the new Nordic balancing model.
  • Open consultation on amended methodologies for additional properties of FCR and dimensioning rules for FCR 

    The Nordic transmission system operators invite stakeholders to a public consultation on amendments to the Nordic Synchronous Area Methodology for Additional Properties of FCR and the Methodology for Dimensioning Rules for FCR.
  • Consultation on surcharges when forecasting the market value of transmission capacity 

    The Nordic transmission system operators (TSO:s) invite stakeholders within the electricity market to a consultation on the mark-up for forecasting the market value of transmission capacity. This is part of the market design for the upcoming Nordic aFRR capacity market.
  • Webinar on aFRR capacity market forecasting methodology 

    The Nordic Transmission System Operators (TSO:s) have launched a public consultation on the second amendment proposal for the forecasting of the market value of cross-zonal transmission capacity for the future Nordic aFRR capacity market. On May 9th, the TSO:s will have a joint webinar on forecasting methods for the aFRR capacity market. The webinar is part of an ongoing consultation on surcharges when forecasting the market value of the transmission capacity.
  • Welcome to the technical meeting for mFRR (EAM) 

    Every three weeks, regular technical meetings will be held between Statnett, Svenska kraftnät, Fifty and market participants that deliver manual frequency recovery reserves (mFRR).
  • Procurement of automatic Frequency Restoration Reserve (aFRR) in Q2/2022 (weeks 14-26) 

    The Nordic TSOs have decided to keep the current aFRR procurement schedule unchanged for Q2/2022. This means aFRR will be procured for hour 1 and hours 6-24 all days of the week, with a total volume of approximately 300 MW in most hours and approximately 400 MW in morning hours during weekdays. In the late evening hours, down-regulation is also approximately 400 MW.