21.01.2021 / 13:14
European Power Spot Exchanges (Part 1)
Our last post of the recap on European Power Spot Exchanges covers one of the two european heavy-weights: @Nord Pool operates markets in the Nordic and Baltic regions, Germany, Poland, France, The Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Luxembourg and the UK. It is a Nominated Electricity Market Operator (NEMO) in 15 European countries, while also servicing power markets in Bulgaria, Croatia and Georgia.
In 2021 Nord Pool has achieved a total turnover of 963 TWh traded power, thereof
➡️ a volume of 938 TWh traded in day-ahead markets
➡️ 25 TWh on intraday markets
Take a closer look on our factsheet to learn more about Nord Pool!
This factsheet concludes the recap and update of our previously covered power spot exchanges, but this is not the end of the series!
The European power market is diverse. Besides many different market participants and a huge set of tradable power products, there are quite a few power exchanges spread across Europe.
The power spot procedures, tradable contracts, and volumes as well as the participation in e.g. above-mentioned initiatives show a big spread across these different European power exchanges.
The FORRS Factsheets summarise the details for a set of important European exchanges.