The energy sector is developing rapidly. The process of European market integration began some years ago. Its purpose is to create a single European market that enables market parties to trade gas and electricity across national borders easily and efficiently.
Border between Denmark West and Germany
Information on coordinated long-term auctions
All auctions for at the border between Denmark West and Germany/Luxembourg are carried out in cooperation with tha Danish TSO energinet.dk for all cross-border traffic between the bidding zones Germany/Luxembourg and Denmark West Long-term aucioning transactions are performed by Joint Allocation Office S.A. (JAO).
Auctioning rules for the explicit monthly-based and annual-based auctions as well as the BNetzA approved nomination rule proposal are available here:JAO resource center
Information on coordinated, explicit day-ahead auctions
Since the introduction of Day-Ahead Market Coupling in the NWE region the border between the bidding zones Germany/Luxembourg and Denmark West are managed as a part of the Multi Regional Coupling (MRC). MRC is performed together by a cooperation of European power exchanges and TSOs.
Relevant information on MRC is available here:
Information on coordinated implicit intraday allocation
Free intraday capacity assignment at the border Denmark West – Germany/Luxembourg is happening via the Single Intraday Coupling solution (SIDC).
Relevant information on intraday trade is available here: