* No need for common test period between eSett and customer systems, relevant changes are described in eSett commission plan: https://www.esett.com/materials/single-balance/
Potential changes to the national implementation, will be verified in Q1/2021.
** For local TSO systems, time schedule needs to be confirmed.
After go-live: further work to accomodate the imbalance settlement due to further changes with NBM.
Single price model
What: The single price model includes a number of changes in the imbalance settlement scheme, including the introduction of a single imbalance price for all imbalances and a single calculation of imbalances and position based on trade schedules per balance responsible party (BRP). An updated BRP fee structure will also be implemented. The most notable change from today is that BRPs will face the same imbalance price regardless of the direction of their imbalance relative to the total imbalance of the system.
How: The technical implementation of the single price model is mainly done in the common Nordic imbalance settlement, eSett. In addition, different legal documents including for example national terms and conditions are updated.
Why: Although the new model is based on requirements in the approved All TSO methodology for imbalance settlement harmonisation (ISH), it also means a simpler imbalance settlement process, particularly for stakeholders.
When: The single price model is planned to be implemented in the Nordics on 1 November 2021. This is dependent on among other the approval of the updated terms and conditions by the Nordic regulatory authorities (NRAs).
Stakeholder involvement: All news and publications concerning the single price model are published on this webpage. Meetings with the stakeholder reference group and the NRAs are also used as communication platforms. Additional meetings and webinars for all interested are organised when needed. Such meetings will be announced on this webpage.
- Single price-single position implemented on 1 November in the Nordic countries
- Data publication from the Go-live of Single Price
- Confirmation of Go-live of Single Price and Single Position on 1 November 2021
- Agreement on harmonisation of the BRP imbalance fee level for Sweden, Norway and Finland
- Nordic TSOs response to the stakeholder feedback to the Common Market Design
- Single Price Single Position, publication of common Nordic market design document – feedback welcomed
- FAQ Single Price model
- Single price Single position go-live date 1 November 2021
- Risk of delay of up to six months for implementation of Single Price Single Position
- Paper on the use of production plans – related to single price – single position
- Telco invitation to all interested stakeholders on single pricing – single position
- Single pricing of all imbalances from Q2/2021
- Nordic stakeholders feedback on imbalance pricing consultation
- Invitation to telco 13 January – summary of feedback on discussion paper on imbalance pricing
- Discussion paper on imbalance pricing published – feedback and input welcomed by 1 January 2020
- Single balance – single imbalance price model is proposed to be introduced in Q2/2021 (October 2 2019)