In the news, we notify electrical energy market participants about all important events that could impact their operations.
The 400/220/110 kV substation in Podlog is among the most highly loaded substations in the Slovene energy system, as it represents the connection between the more production-oriented eastern areas and the more consumption-oriented central and western areas. It is so of crucial importance that its uninterrupted operation is guaranteed which Elektro-Slovenija provides by regular maintenance and upgrading.After the successful reconstruction of the 220 kV and 110 kV part of the switchyard in the pas... Read More
Elektro-Slovenija, d.o.o. as the Transmission System Operator, is informing that due to technical difficulties daily auctions couldn’t be performed in scheduled time frame.Due to technical difficulties:- daily auction for direction Slovenia-Italy for 17.11.2009 was cancelled. Read More
ELES, the Slovenian transmission system operator is informing that Auction Specifications for monthly auctions for December 2009 are published on below link.Auction specifications Read More
We would like to inform you that with the enforcement of the new Auction rules for cross-border capacity allocation on the Slovenian-Austrian border for 2010, ELES and APG will start performing the daily auctions on the daily basis. The first daily auction will be held on the 31st of December 2009. Time of the daily auctions in the year 2010 shall stay the same as in the year 2009 till the notice about the change, if any. Read More
ELES, the Slovenian transmission system operator, is informing that there will be a decrease of Net Transmission Capacities (NTC) starting from 07:00 h on 07th of November 2009 until 07:00 h on 9th of November 2009 at the Slovenia-Austria border for direction Austria to Slovenia. NTC value in the period and direction will be 240 MW. Actual values are available on our web pages. Read More
On behalf of transmission system operators of Central-East Europe, the Capacity Allocation Office (CAO) published the document Users Guide for scheduling in CEE that describes the new regional scheduling concept. In addition to this document, whose contents will be fully integrated into ELES’ new scheduling system, ELES publishes the document Changes of scheduling principles in Slovenia that provides additional explanation for Slovenian control area. Should you have any further questions do not... Read More
ELES, the Slovenian transmission system operator is informing that Auction Specifications for monthly auctions for November 2009 are published on below link.Auction specifications Read More
CAO and Transmission System Operators of CEE region are inviting all interested:- on 15th of October 2009 on a workshop on Scheduling and CAO IT User interfaces . Workshop will mainly include IT explanations.- On 27th of October 2009 on a workshop focused to the explanation of the FBA capacity calculation and allocation process. Workshop will include all content expalanations.In appendix we publish an invitation to the event and recent developments. Read More
ELES, the Slovenian transmission system operator, is informing that there will be an increase of Net Transmission Capacities (NTC) for 50 MW starting from 00:00 h on 07th of October 2009 until 24:00 h on 31st of December 2009 at the Slovenia-Austria border for both directions. Actual values are available on our web pages. Read More
Referring to art. 2.06 letter f and l of Auction Rules 2009, TERNA and ELES inform that due to maintainance work the Net Transfer Capacity (NTC) on direction from Slovenia to Italy will be reduced on 22.9.2009.New NTC values Read More
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