On 1 November 2011 Svenska Kraftnät will subdivide the Swedish market of electrical energy into four bidding areas. According to the disclosure requirements, members at Nord Pool Spot must state the bidding area when publishing information in an Urgent Market Message (UMM).
From 15 March 2011 the new Swedish bidding areas SE1, SE2, SE3, and SE4 (“SE1-4”) will be available in the UMM application.
From 15 March 2011 the following will apply for events regarding Sweden:
- Events commencing and ending prior to 1 November 2011: State bidding area SE.
- Events commencing on or after 1 November 2011: State bidding area SE1-4.
- All events commencing prior to 1 November 2011 ending 1 November 2011 or later may be reported with the bidding area SE, but must be updated with SE1-4 prior to 1 November 2011.
The current bidding area SE is not to be used from 1 November 2011.
Prior to 1 November 2011 all stations in Sweden must be updated in the UMM application with the corresponding Swedish Elspot bidding area. The Elspot bidding area can be changed when logged into the UMM application by clicking on the section “Station” and the label “Edit” next to the name of the station. For technical support with the UMM application, please see contact details below.
For more information regarding the Swedish Elspot bidding areas:
Information from Svenska Kraftnät (in Swedish)
About Nord Pool Spot
Nord Pool Spot runs the leading power market in Europe and offers both day-ahead and intraday markets to its customers. 350 companies from 18 countries trade on the market. The Nord Pool Spot group has offices in Oslo, Stockholm, Helsinki, Copenhagen, Tallinn and London. In 2010 the group had a total turnover of 310 TWh, which includes the auction volume in the UK market N2EX.
Lysaker, 1 March 2011 13:30 CET
For technical support with the UMM application:
Kenneth Andreassen, Manager IT Operations,
phone: +47 67 10 91 40
For further information please contact Nord Pool Spot:
Stina Johansen, Communications manager Nordic,
phone + 47 916 50 603