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Capacity allocation

The limited available transmission capacities between the network of 50Hertz and the networks of the neighbouring transmission system operators is currently allocated in the long-term timeframe for the periods of year and month. Additionally, in the short-term timeframe transmission capacities are allocated in the day-ahead as well as in the intraday timeframe. Allocation of the capacities at the various borders in the individual timeframes is carried out via the platforms of the companies listed below which are in charge of carrying out the respective capacity allocations. You will find detailed information on the allocation of capacities under the listed links of the respective platforms.

Interconnection between Germany (50Hertz) and Denmark (Energinet.dk)

Yearly and monthly capacity

Yearly and monthly auctions on the border between Germany and Denmark are carried out in the form of explicit auctions by the Joint Allocation Office (JAO). The up-to-date information on these auctions can be found on the homepage of JAO: www.jao.eu

Day-Ahead capacity

On the border between Germany and eastern Denmark the daily capacity is allocated within the framework of the Multi-Regional Coupling (MRC). The up-to-date information on these implicit auctions on the border between Germany and eastern Denmark can be found on the homepage of the Nord Pool AS:
www.nordpoolspot.com

Fall-back solution for MRC is the application of explicit daily shadow auctions on the borders between Germany and Denmark. The up-to-date information on these auctions can be found on the homepage of JAO: www.jao.eu

Intraday capacity

The capacity of the KONTEK connection available in the intraday timeframe is made available to the market participants in both north-south and south-north direction via implicit auctions. Nord Pool AS manages the auctions. The up-to-date information on these implicit auctions can be found on the Nord Pool AS website: www.nordpoolspot.com

Interconnections between Germany (50Hertz) and Poland (PSE) respectively Czech Republic (ČEPS)

Yearly and monthly capacity

Yearly and monthly auctions on the border between Germany and Denmark are carried out in the form of explicit auctions by the Joint Allocation Office (JAO). The up-to-date information on these auctions can be found on the homepage of JAO: www.jao.eu

Day-Ahead capacity

Transmission capacity on the borders between Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic is allocated on a daily basis in the form of explicit auctions by the Joint Allocation Office (JAO). The up-to-date information on these auctions can be found on the homepage of JAO: www.jao.eu

Intraday capacity

As of 01.12.2010, the process of capacity allocation in the intraday timeframe 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 necessary 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.

This allocation process is handled by the Damas Energy System (DaE) operated by the Czech transmission network operator ČEPS. Details on the DaE (including Operational Rules and Users Manual) as well as the DaE ePortal can be found via the homepage of ČEPS under the following link:

http://www.ceps.cz/ENG/Data/DamasEnergy/Pages/default.aspx