Now the agenda is set for Nordic System Operation Forum. The Nordic Transmission System Operators (TSOs) will arrange a system operation in Stockholm on December 1. The purpose is to give information and discuss system operational development that will have an impact on the stakeholders in the coming years.
A fifth electricity connection between Sweden and Finland can be profitable and beneficial for the electricity market. The option most significantly beneficial is building a new, third AC line between northern Sweden and northern Finland, concludes the two countries' transmission systems operators (TSOs) in a joint study.
The Nordic Transmission System Operators (TSOs) will arrange a system operation in Stockholm on December 1. The purpose is to give information and discuss system operational development that will have an impact on the stakeholders in the coming years.
The Nordic Transmission System Operators (TSOs) Svenska kraftnät, Statnett, Fingrid and Energinet.dk are launching a report summarizing the shared views of the TSOs on challenges and opportunities affecting the Nordic power system in the period leading up to 2025.
Nordic TSOs take the next step towards increased European cooperation on the electricity balancing market
The Nordic TSOs prepares for the future electricity market, where they have to balance a system with increasing amounts of renewables and with increasing opportunities for exchange of electricity with other regions.
The Nordic power system is undergoing considerable changes, and on a European level, more emphasis is given to regional approaches. The Nordics have a long tradition of cooperation and trust, and an assumption is that a stronger Nordic perspective is required on how to address the challenges in the Nordic power system towards 2030.
Nordic Analysis Group (NAG ) has investigated inertia variations in the Nordic power system. The report can now be downloaded from ENTSO- E's website.
The Swedish TSO Svenska kraftnät has informed the Nordic power exchange Nord Pool Spot AS that the planned commissioning of The SouthWest Link is to be postponed from the first quarter of 2015 to the end of the third quarter of 2015. The reason is that Alstom Grid announced a one year delay in delivering the HVDC converter stations ordered by Svenska kraftnät.
Svensk kraftnät together with fifteen Transmission System Operators (TSOs) and five Power Exchanges across Europe, are engaged in a development project for delivery of a common European cross border intraday solution.
In a landmark move towards an integrated European power market, the full coupling of the South-Western Europe (SWE) day-ahead markets was successfully launched today.