Schlagwort: Manually Activated Reserves Initiative

  1. 19. August 2021 8:25
    The European platform Manually Activated Reserves Initiative, or short MARI aims at the harmonization of manual frequency restoration reserves activations. Learn about the framework, the process and the roadmap of the MARI platform in our Factsheet.
  2. 10. August 2021 10:55
    The European target model for cross-border electricity balancing aims at harmonizing all balancing processes. This time, we present the third platform, enabling the optimization of automatic frequency restoration reserves (aFRR) activations. It is called Platform for the International Coordination of Automated Frequency Restoration and Stable System Operation, or short PICASSO. Learn about the framework, the process and the roadmap of the PICASSO platform in our Factsheet.
  3. 9. August 2021 9:59
    In our series about Western Europe’s gas import infrastructure, we highlighted main import pipelines and LNG terminals. With our last post in this series, we provide you an overview of the major import infrastructure for Western Europe.
  4. 3. August 2021 10:31
    Check out the newest part of our series on Balancing Energy in Europe. We present you the second platform Trans European Replacement Reserves Exchange (TERRE). TERRE enables the exchange and optimized activation of a standard product for Replacement Reserves (or the ‘tertiary’ product for reserve power) across Europe and has considerable implications for all market participants. Learn about the framework, the process and the current development of the TERRE platform in our Factsheet.
  5. 26. July 2021 13:38
    Check out part 2 of our series on Balancing Energy in Europe, where we present our first platform, called International Grid Control, or short IGCC. As the newly established platform for Imbalance Netting in the EU, IGCC serves the purpose of avoiding the activation of counteractive aFRR and saving balancing costs. Learn about the framework, the process and the current development of the IGCC platform in our Factsheet.
  6. 20. July 2021 16:10
    OTC trading platforms for power and gas constitute a fundamental piece in the European energy trading by allowing traders to react on market flexibilities on short notice via multiple channels. enmacc is one of Europe’s fastest growing digital OTC trading platforms.
  7. 15. July 2021 11:50
    This series introduces some basic facts about balancing energy and presents an overview of the European Guideline on Electricity Balancing. In some upcoming posts, light will be shed on all four European platforms for harmonizing Electricity Balancing and afterwards the changes and consequences for selected countries will be presented.
  8. 12. July 2021 15:00
    Intraday power traders: is your performance where you want it to be? Or is there room for improvement? What if you could react faster, step back from the basics like position closing and put your energy into advanced strategies to enhance your bottom line?
  9. 9. July 2021 15:58
    In our post concluding this series, we analysed existing and planned technical infrastructure. A special focus was set on the comparison of dry gas and LNG delivery to Western Europe.
  10. 28. June 2021 17:14
    We conclude this series on gas imports to Western Europe with two posts and a focus on past and future developments. In our post focussing on past developments, we shed a light on pipeline and LNG imports from 2018 – 2020.
  11. 22. June 2021 18:49
    Get to see our selection of power spot exchanges all across Europe: Nord Pool, EPEX, EXAA, GME, OMIE, HUPX, HEnEX, Soutpool, CROPEX
  12. 3. May 2021 11:01
    We took a closer look at these pillars and draw a comparison to the energy markets regulation REMIT (Regulation on Wholesale Energy Market Integrity and Transparency).
  13. 15. April 2021 9:51
    Croatian Power Exchange Ltd. (CROPEX), the Croatian Nemo and energy exchange is another important part of the diverse and integrated trading landscape on the European map. CROPEX has already coupled its borders to Slovenia via Single Day-Ahead Coupling and Slovenia and Hungary in the Intraday Coupling (SIDC) and is, therefore, able to participate in the whole of the integrated European Intraday market.
  14. 8. April 2021 9:16
    BSP Southpool, the Slovenian NEMO and power exchange is part of the European Single Day-Ahead Coupling already since 2015. Since it has joined the Single Intraday Coupling in 2019 the volumes on the Intraday market are increasing, peaking at 1.5 TWh in 2020. They further aim to integrate the Northern Italian border to Slovenia into the already coupled intraday region by the 21st September 2021.

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