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  • Procurement of automatic Frequency Restoration Reserve (aFRR) in Q4/2018 

    The Nordic TSOs have decided to continue with procurement of a total volume up to 300 MW during weekdays (Monday to Friday) in Q4/2018 (October-December).
  • Procurement of automatic Frequency Restoration Reserve (aFRR) in Q3/2018 

    The Nordic TSOs have decided to continue with procurement of a total volume up to 300 MW during weekdays (Monday to Friday) in Q3/2018 (July-September). The basis for the procurement is the targeted frequency quality level and the TSOs will continue to procure aFRR in the morning and evening hours where the frequency variations are most challenging. An evaluation will be done for each quarter of the year.
  • Common solutions are vital in the Future Nordic Power System 

    The power system will experience major changes due to climate policies, technological development and new regulatory frameworks. Today the Nordic TSOs present a report on common solutions for the future Nordic power system.
  • New report presents the Nordic perspective on European adequacy 

    The four Nordic TSOs Energinet, Fingrid, Statnett and Svenska kraftnät have presented the Nordic Perspectives on the ENTSO-E Mid-term adequacy forecast (MAF) of 2017.
  • Plan to increase automatic Frequency Restoration Reserve (aFRR) 

    In order to prepare for the new Nordic balancing concept and implementation of ACE (Area Control Error) based balancing, the Nordic TSOs have agreed on a plan for increasing aFRR procurement hours and volume.
  • Agreement on future Nordic balancing 

    The five Nordic TSOs have reached a cooperation agreement on the development of a new Nordic balancing concept.
  • Svenska kraftnät’s System Development Plan highlights the development of the future power system 

    In December 2017 Svenska kraftnät published the System Development Plan 2018–2027: a document focusing on the long-term development of the future power system. The plan was approved by the Board of Svenska kraftnät on 30 November 2017.
  • Nordic balancing moves forward 

    The work on a future Nordic balancing model continues forward and all five Nordic Transmission System Operators (TSOs) have agreed to a Memorandum of understanding. This paves the way towards the future balancing of the Nordic power system, including the introduction of modernized Area Control Error (ACE) as the balancing method. The aim of the TSOs is to have one common Nordic Load-Frequency (LFC) block, consisting of 11 LFC areas corresponding to the current bidding zones.