Danish transmission system operator (TSO) Energinet has finally made a decision and been green-lit to become part of the common Nordic two-stage imbalance settlement, instead of – as previously – handling matters independently via its own aging system, Panda.
"Strong Nordic collaboration is very important to Energinet, and we're looking forward to this new step. Working more closely together will benefit us all in our increasingly more complex market operations, and it will support competition and harmonization of the Nordic market," says Energinet Chief Executive Thomas Egebo in a statement.
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