We are primarily tasked with providing power transmission services, system services and facilitating the energy market. Our core tasks follow from our appointment as grid operator under the Dutch 'Elektriciteitswet' (E-wet) and the German 'Energiewirtschaftsgesetz' (EnWG).
Border between the Czech Republic and Germany
Information on coordinated long-term auctions in the CEE region
In the CEE region long-term auctions for the allocation of cross-border transmission rights are performed both monthly-based and annual-based by Joint Allocation Office S.A. (JAO).Relevant information and auctioning rules for the explicit monthly-based and annual-based auctions is available here:Harmonised Allocation Rules (27.11.2015)
Information on coordinated, explicit day-ahead auctions in the CEE region
In the CEE region explicit day-ahead auctions are performed by Joint Allocation Office S.A. (JAO) in line with the „CEE Daily Auction Rules“.Rules for Daily Capacity Allocation (8.12.2015)
Information on coordinated intraday allocation in the CEE Region
Intraday allocation at the Czech-German border are based on the „CEE Intraday Capacity Allocation and Nomination Prodcedure“ Trader Guide. The "ICAN Trader Guide" contains a description of capacity assignment and nomination as well as the necessary IT system requirements for participating in intraday trade at the following borders: CZ/DE, CZ/AT, CZ/SK, CZ/PL, DE/PL, SK/PL, SK/HU. Transactions are performed via the Damas Energy System of ČEPS.
End November 2019 the Czech-German border is scheduled to be integrated into the Single Intraday Coupling solution.