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  • Procurement of automatic Frequency Restoration Reserve (aFRR) in Q1/2022 (weeks 1-13) 

    The Nordic TSOs have decided to increase the current aFRR procurement with 10 hours during weekends (hours 6-7 and 14-16) and 10 hours during weekdays (hours 12-13) in Q1/2022. The total volume is 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.
  • Webinar on capacity calculation and allocation, November 26 

    Svenska kraftnät invites market participants to a webinar on capacity calculation and allocation on November 26. The webinar will be held in English.
  • Save-the-date: Webinar on capacity calculation and allocation, November 26 

    Svenska kraftnät invites market participants to a webinar on capacity calculation and allocation on November 26. The webinar will be held in English. Input on topics for the webinar can be submitted before November 5.
  • Procurement of automatic Frequency Restoration Reserve (aFRR) in Q4/2021 (weeks 40-52) 

    The Nordic TSOs have decided to increase the current aFRR procurement with 6 hours during weekends (hour 11-13) and to increase volume on down-regulation in weekday evenings (hour 22-24) in Q4/2021. The total volume will be varied with 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.
  • Save the date: Webinar 26 August on the 70 % rule and East-west energy flows 

    Svenska kraftnät reports on its interpretation of the 70% rule and informs about the current situation with east-west energy flows. The Energy Market Inspectorate also participates in the meeting and present their view. The meeting will be held in English.
  • Procurement of automatic Frequency Restoration Reserve (aFRR) in Q3/2021 (weeks 27-39) 

    The Nordic TSOs have decided to increase the current aFRR procurement with 10 hours on weekdays in Q3/2021. The total volume will be varied with approximately 300 MW in most hours and approximately 400 MW in morning hours during weekdays.
  • Nordic Electricity System Coordinator is publishing tender for it-infrastructure 

    The energy sector in Europe is undergoing a dramatic transition towards the fully carbon neutral, sustainable energy system. The Nordic countries have set particularly stretching targets for this transition during this decade including introducing Energy Islands. Nordic Regional Security Coordinator (RSC) is a key player in this transition as the provider of regional power system information and analysis to support the national Transmission System Operators (TSO) to ensure the efficient operation and high security of power supply at any time.
  • European TSOs launch Eurobar Initiative for Standardised Offshore Grids 

    Seven European transmission system operators have signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the launch of Eurobar, an initiative for interconnecting offshore wind platforms across Europe. The aim of Eurobar is to efficiently and securely integrate offshore wind power into the European power grid, starting from current regulation and projects (e.g. point-to-point connections) and prospectively evolving to an interlinked offshore network or “busbar alike system”.
  • Procurement of automatic Frequency Restoration Reserve (aFRR) in Q2/2021 (weeks 14-26) 

    The Nordic TSOs have decided to keep the current aFRR procurement of 104 hours per week in Q2/2021. The total volume will be varied with approximately 300 MW in most hours and approximately 400 MW in morning hours during weekdays.
  • Fenno-Skan 1 lifetime will be extended until 2040 

    As a result of joint technical evaluation, Svenska kraftnät and Fingrid have agreed on the intention to continue operation of Fenno-Skan 1 HVDC connection at least until end of 2040. The connection provides 400 MW market capacity between Sweden and Finland.