Electricity market

Electricity market

Prepared to handle disturbances

The disturbance in the electricity grid in Continental Europe last year showed how well pan-European collaboration can work.
Due to overload, Southeast Europe had too much energy, and Northwest Europe did not have enough. The situation was brought under control within half a minute and one hour later, the system was back to normal.

Electricity market

Further collaboration

Thanks to the Nordic RCC, even more electricity will be transmitted between the Nordic countries without compromising on safety.

Electricity market

Looking to the future

The power system vision will be completed in the autumn. The network vision’s scenarios for the future foresee dramatic changes in the current power system and clarifies the energy sector’s overall status in the energy revolution.

Electricity market

European electricity markets

Our questions about European electricity market integration were answered by Laurent Schmitt, Secretary-General of ENTSO-E.

Electricity market

What does renewing the electricity market require from the consumer?

Everyone is talking about the electricity market transformation, but how will renewal affect the consumer? Päivi Suur-Uski is an energy efficiency expert from Motiva, and she answered our questions. Motiva Oy is a Finnish state-owned company that provides expert services to promote resource efficiency.

Electricity market

Henna Virkkunen: A market-based energy system is the key to sustainable growth

Henna Virkkunen, a member of the European Parliament, believes that a diverse, market-based energy system is the most effective operating model for Europe’s sustainable growth economy. Investment subsidies for new energy sources are justified in the early phases of production, but over the long term, societally-funded energy needs to establish a competitive position in the market through demand.

Electricity market

The new faces of Datahub’s customer service

The centralised information exchange system for the electricity retail market, known as Datahub, will go live on 21 February 2022. On the same date, Fingrid Datahub Oy’s operational customer service team will start working.

Electricity market

Datahub consolidates information

Fingrid’s Datahub stores customer, metering, and accounting point information in one place. Datahub is a quick, efficient, and easy centralised information exchange system for the electricity retail market. The information collated by Datahub is up to date, secure, and easy to trace. Datahub is part of Fingrid’s smart, clean, and safe energy system.

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