New Intraday Operational Data
Customers can now take advantage of newly released intraday Operational Data products. Our latest market data offering provides access to intraday initial capacities, flows and total scheduled flow data.
Subscriptions are available for the Nordic and Baltic regions and Poland and include access for API and SFTP.
Test Our New Spread Blocks
This month we plan on launching new Spread Block functionality in our auction platform, for customers trading in our GB, CWE and Poland markets (this will follow in our Nordic and Baltic markets at a later date). A common use for these will be in offering battery or pump storage assets in the auction, where, for example, there is one ‘charging period’ and one ‘discharging period’.
To start submitting Spread Blocks customers must download the new template from the auction platform. Customers not wanting to use Spread Blocks can continue to use existing templates, but the old template will no longer be available for download. Contact our support team if you need a copy.
Test auctions will run every trading day at 14:00 CET for delivery the following day in CWE and Poland and at 10:50 CET for the GB market.
When testing please be sure to select the appropriate test auction in the drop down list.
Customers can use their existing SSO test credentials to access the test environment.
If you need help please contact our support team.
Emma Speaks at Energy Day
Our Director Nordic, Baltic, UK and Ireland, Emma McKiernan, will be speaking at the first Montel Energy Day of 2021.
The Denmark Energy Day free webinar on Thursday 18th March looks specifically at the Danish energy sector and neighbouring regions, examining developments in the market in a low carbon economy.
Find out more and book your place here.
Report Into Partial Decoupling
The Day-Ahead Joint Steering Committee has published a report on the partial decoupling incident that took place in January this year.
During the market coupling process on 13th January a technical issue was experienced that led to a partial decoupling of Italy, and consequently Greece, Slovenia, and Croatia from SDAC (Multi Regional Coupling [MRC]).
A link to the full report can be found on our website.