Cross-border intraday trade

As of 01/12/2010, the process of capacity allocation in the intraday range is regulated by the "CEE Intraday Capacity Allocation and Nomination Procedure" (ICAN) trader guide, in which the procedure for the allocation and nomination as well as the required IT system requirements for participation in the intraday trade at the CZ/DE, CZ/AT, CZ/SK, CZ/PL, DE/PL, SK/PL and SK/HU borders are described.

You can download the current version here:

The ICAN Trader Guide was drawn up by the TSOs ČEPS, a.s., PSE S.A., MAVIR Hungarian Independent Transmission Operator Company Ltd., SEPS, a.s., TenneT TSO GmbH, Austrian Power Grid AG and 50Hertz with a view to adjust and harmonise the intraday rules in the CEE region.

This should ensure that the intraday processes provide the same degree of flexibility on the entire market and use the same rules and data formats frequently used in the scope of schedule nomination for the long-term and daily capacity allocation.

As a result, the conditions for market participants should be simplified. Transactions are made through the Damas Energy System (DaE) of ČEPS, a.s.. The DaE ePortal can be reached via the ČEPS, a.s. website:

Details on DaE (including the operational rules and user manual) are available on the ČEPS, a.s. website:

To register, please use the following form:

Should you have any questions, contact the help desk:
helpdesk.trade@ceps.cz, Tel.: +420 211 044 507, Funk: +420 724 601 301.

Statistics on intraday capacity allocation are available on the ČEPS, a.s. website under the following link:

Border between 50Hertz and Energinet.dk


The intraday capacity available on the KONTEK link is offered to market participants in both north-to-south and south-to-north direction within the framework of implicit auctions. Nord Pool Spot AS (NPS) manages the auctions. Further details can be found here: www.nordpoolspot.com

Contact

50Hertz Transmission GmbH


Heidestraße 2
D-12435 Berlin
Tel: +49 30 5150-0
E-Mail: info@50hertz.com

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Intraday trading

In intraday trading, electricity deliveries are agreed on for the current or following day. The market players make surplus electricity available, or buy additional electricity volumes. Intraday trading allows variations over consumption forecasts to be offset within short response times, reducing the costs of compensation and control energy.