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Integrity of price areas

Percentual figures report on how many hours there has been a common wholesale price (Elspot price) in the area marked with color blue.

From the first of November 2011 Sweden is divided into four bidding areas. In the first picture we can see on how large proportion of time there has been same market price in Finland and the Northern part of Sweden (SE1). In the second picture Swedish area SE2 is added to the discussion, and area SE3 is added in the third picture. The fourth picture describes how large proportions of time Finland and whole Sweden have been in the same price area.
 
The fifth picture includes areas Finland, SE1, SE2, SE3 and Northern Norway. The sixth picture describes how large proportions of time Finland, Sweden, Norway and Eastern Denmark have been in the same price area, and in the seventh picture Western Denmark is also involved.
 
The eighth picture shows percentual figures on how many hours there has been a common wholesale price (Elspot price) between Finland and Estonia.
 
The percentage in the ninth picture tells how large a portion of time Finland has been a separate price area. This occurs when the price in areas SE1, SE3 and EE are different from the Finnish area price.

1/1/2015 - 6/30/2015

62 %
62 %
62 %
57 %
41 %
29 %
28 %
82 %
2 %
Latest update 6/30/2015
 

 Contacts

 
Juha Hiekkala
Manager
Tel. +358 (0)30 395 5108

firstname.lastname@fingrid.fi