Increasing second auction threshold
Due to the onset of the winter season and a sustained period of high electricity prices, the Single Day-Ahead Coupling Nominated Electricity Market Operators (NEMOs) will increase the threshold that triggers the second auction procedure.
It will rise from EUR 1,500 to EUR 2,400 per MWh, as of Wednesday 7th December (first trading day).
Earlier, Nord Pool had announced our own changes to day-ahead threshold levels for our Baltics markets. The increased threshold announced then has now been superseded by this NEMO threshold announcement.
For further information on the threshold change see the full announcement here.
Nord Pool Annual Review 2021
Our Annual Review, covering Nord Pool’s challenges and achievements in 2021, is now available.
Presented in an easy-to-consume format, it provides a review of the important milestones achieved by our business across the broad range of projects, developments and deliveries which we brought to the market last year, helping to ensure simple, efficient and secure power trading in challenging times.
Market Coupling Workshop
There is still time to register to attend the Market Coupling Steering Committee’s Consultative Group workshop, presented as a live webinar, on Thursday 1st December.
Great to See You!
November saw us hold a series of face-to-face customer meetings where we were able to hear more about your needs, wants and challenges, when it comes to Nord Pool delivering smoother power trading.
It was great to see everyone in Warsaw, Riga, Helsinki and Malmo. As always, we are here to listen, understand and act on your feedback - which we view as a very valuable resource.
If you were not able to attend one of our customer events, feel free to contact your market manager to discuss how we can deliver simple, efficient and secure trading for you.
Nordic Flow-Based CCM Delay
A delay has been announced to the implementation of the flow-based capacity calculation methodology in the Nordic region.
Go-live for the project is now anticipated to be the first quarter of 2024, at the earliest.