Nord Pool is Europe's leading power market and offers trading, clearing, settlement and associated services in both day-ahead and intraday markets across nine European countries.
Our product is a transparent and reliable power price produced within our markets every hour, every day.
Nord Pool provides liquid, efficient and secure day-ahead and intraday markets to our customers. We are committed to simple, straight-through trading for all our customers regardless of their size or where they trade from. We are the counterparty for all trades; guaranteeing settlement and delivery.
Nord Pool’s team is absolutely committed to excellence, problem-solving and making our customers’ lives simpler. Our markets are operated from offices in Oslo, Stockholm, Helsinki, Tallinn, Berlin and London. Contact us and we will do our best to assist you.
Nord Pool Consulting offers a range of services around market design, rulebook development and market regulation, power market systems and capacity building, and provides seminars based on its unrivalled knowledge of Nordic, Baltic and Europe-wide power market development. Nord Pool Consulting operates across the world.
Nord Pool is owned by the Nordic transmission system operators Statnett SF, Svenska kraftnät, Fingrid Oy, Energinet.dk and the Baltic transmission system operators Elering, Litgrid and Augstsprieguma tikls (AST).
Nord Pool AS is licensed by the Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate (NVE) to organise and operate a market place for trading power, and by the Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy to facilitate the power market with foreign countries.
Nord Pool is appointed as a Nominated Electricity Market Operator (NEMO) in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Poland and Sweden which signifies Nord Pool’s ability to meet the new Network Guidelines on Capacity Allocation and Congestion Management (CACM), which came into force on 14 August 2015.
During 2017, a total of 512 TWh of power was traded, up from 505 TWh in 2016. The volumes encompass the Nordic and Baltic day-ahead market (394 TWh), the UK day-ahead market (111 TWh), as well as the Nordic, Baltic and German intraday market (6.7 TWh).