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ETSO & ETSO TF EDIMain achievements and perspectives in information exchange for the European Electricity Market Maurizio Monti ETSO TF EDI Convener
The address is not www.etso.org but www.etso-net.org
The Internal Electricity Market (IEM) in the European Union ETSO Members supply more than 490 million people with electric energy. The consumption of electric energy amounts to about 3,200 TWh per year. The length of EHV (400 and 220kV) lines is of more than 290,000 km. www.etso-net.org
ETSO objectives • To facilitate the Internal Electricity Market. • The study and development of common principles regarding the harmonisation and establishment of rules in order to enhance network operation and maintain transmission system security. • The communication and co-operation with organizations and institutions having similar objects. • The investigation and solution of scientific and regulatory issues of common interest to the TSO industry.
UCTE ENTSO-E Nordel BALTSO UKTSOA ATSOI European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity
ENTSO-E objectives • The key areas of work of ENTSO-E are summarized by the European Commission as follows: • Coordination of grid operations; • Development of market and technical codes; • Compliance monitoring on implementation of market and technical codes; • Coordination of investment planning at the European interest level; • Generation adequacy and outlook reporting for the market; • Research and innovation activities of common interest.
Work carried out by TF EDI • ETSO TF EDI is in charge of Information Interchange Standardisation. • Main outputs: • ETSO Modelling Methodology - EMM • Electricity Market Harmonised Role Model • ETSO Identification Coding Scheme – EIC • ETSO Scheduling System – ESS • ETSO Settlement Process – ESP • ETSO Reserve Resource Process – ERRP • ETSO Capacity Allocation and Nomination - ECAN
ETSO TF EDI – Membership Members Corresponding Members Liaison : EFET IEC TC 57 UCTE ebIX
ETSO Local Issuing Offices • Other organisations: • EDIG@S • EFET • DVGW 38 19 11 22 27 20 24 17 14 13 12 15 30 28 31 34 36 32 26 35 16 18 33 40 29
Work carried out by TF EDI • Off the shelf software products are currently available : • ETSO Scheduling System – ESS • ETSO Settlement Process – ESP • ETSO Capacity Allocation and Nomination – ECAN • Collaboration with UCTE: • UCTE System Operator to System Operator Scheduling (SO-SO Scheduling) • UCTE Metered Data Exchange on tie-lines
ETSO Capacity Allocation and Nomination (ECAN) • Identify and formalise the capacity allocation process for long term, daily and intraday: • Explicit Auction; • Implicit Auction; • Secondary Capacity Market. • Harmonise the information exchanges concerning the capacity allocation process: • ECAN can facilitate the integration of capacity markets and introduce a common language for capacity auctions; • Minimize the cost for market participants and Auction Offices. • An important step in the creation of regional / European Capacity Auction Offices : • More than 5 Auction Offices where more than 20 TSOs use or will use ECAN.
Main perspectives • Energy Communication Platform (ECP). • Organization:Cegedel, CEPS, Elia, energinet.dk, Fingrid, REE, RTE, RWEnet, Swissgrid, TenneT, VKW Netz, EFETnet, Enerbility and A&B. • Harmonization for a communication platform for the European electricity (or energy) market, including a number of services such as: guarantee of delivery, electronic signature and uniform way of data encryption. • CommonIT product in order to facilitate the market (especially small traders) - A SINGLE FACE to the market
Main perspectives • ETSO Reserve Resource Planning II. • Organization: A&B, APG, enBW, IEC TC 57, PSE-Operator, REE, RTE, RWE, Statnett, SVK, swissgrid, TenneT, Terna, Vattenfall, VKW-Netz. • Development of information exchanges for tendering, planning and activation of reserves based on the two models defined by TF BM: • TSO to TSO; • TSO to Resource Provider. • First draft by September 2008
Collaboration with IEC TC 57 • IEC TC 57, WG 13 & WG 16 proposed a NWIP on « Deregulated Energy Market Communications : CIM Market Extension (CME) ». • ETSO SC approved (28/04/2006) to work with IEC on the following subject: • The "Collection of domain models of energy markets (Use Cases, UML plus text) covering the wholesale (energy, ancillary services, etc.) and retail, based on a modelling methodology including regional profiles of existing markets reflecting different business rules together with design and extension rules. This item leads to data requirements for information exchange"