In order to ensure equal treatment of all market partners on the German and European energy markets and to ensure transparency, traceability and unambiguity in market communication, an international standard is used for the exchange of business data: EDIFACT.
This data format enables automated technical processing of master data and dynamic data and, consequently, uniform and future-oriented market communication. All relevant energy data for balancing and billing can be exchanged between the various market players pursuant the processes defined by the Federal Network Agency.
In accordance with the ‘regulations on transmission channels’ (RezÜ), market communications must be encrypted and signed in order to meet the highest standards of data protection and data security. Below you will find our corresponding safety certificates and communication data sheets.
transmission.edifact.pub.cer.gzGerman certificate, Download gzip file (1 KB)
EDI communication data sheetDownload PDF (18.1 KB)
edm.bk.abrechnung.pub.cer.gzGerman certificate, Download gzip file (1 KB)
EDI communication data sheetDownload PDF (18.4 KB)
data.edifact.pub.cer.gzGerman certificate, Download gzip file (1 KB)
EDI communication data sheetDownload PDF (19 KB)
Contact data sheetDownload Excel file (55.5 KB)
bkv.edifact.pub.cer.gzGerman certificate, Download gzip file (1 KB)
EDI communication data sheet Download PDF (19 KB)
lf.edifact.pub.cer.gzGerman certificate, Download gzip file (1 KB)
EDI communication data sheetDownload PDF (18.3 KB)
Contact data sheetDownload Excel file (49.5 KB)
msb.edifact.pub.cer.gzGerman certificate, Download gzip file (1.35 KB)
Contact data sheetDownload Excel file (51 KB)
To set up 50Hertz as EMP you will need the following information.
Please note: during test operation, 50Hertz also receives data for testing purposes. Interested parties can contact us via Transmission@50hertz.com.
IP-Adresse EMP TSO:IPv4:http://18.104.22.168:2040/IPv6:http://[2a01:6ec0:0:2::136]:2040/
Certificate EMT ÜNB (TLS encryption signature)Download gzip file (1KB)
The Exchange of schedules between Balance Responsible Parties (BRP) and Transmission System Operators (TSO) requires the e-mails to be exchanged with an electronic signature due to the Regulation BK6‐18‐032 of the Bundesnetzagentur from 1st of October 2019.
From the 1st of October 2020 those e-mails also have to be encrypted.
Please find information regarding the exchange of signed schedules below:
Reading Help ‐ Rules on secure exchange in the schedule process
The following Version is applicable from 1st of October 2020:
Rules on secure exchange in the schedule process_20200401_final_BDEW_final.pdf