Inside Information Platform

Elia Group Inside Information Platform (Elia Group IIP) is a listed Inside Information Platform in ACER Registry. From 1 January 2021, market participants must report their inside information according to REMIT Regulation (EU) No. 1227/2011 to ACER via an Inside Information Platform.

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  • UMM Unavailabilities of electricity facilities
  • UMM Other market information

Active status

Inactive status

Dismissed status

Transmission unavailability

Production unavailability

Consumption unavailability

Planned unavailability

Unplanned unavailability

UMM Other market information available as of 1 July 2021.

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  • Affected Asset or Unit
    The official name of the generation or production unit, consumption unit, transmission, or other electricity asset.
  • Affected Asset or Unit EIC Code
    This field identifies the affected asset or unit by its EIC code. It includes the EIC W, T or Z code of the facility that is unavailable.
  • Available Capacity
    The field ‘Available capacity’ measures the capacity of the facility concerned that will not be affected by the event, i.e.: the capacity that will remain available.
  • Bidding Zone
    The field ‘Bidding Zone’ provides the identification of the bidding zone(s) where the affected asset or unit is located using the EIC Y coding schema on the areas for inter System Operator data interchange.
  • Event Start

    The field ‘Event start’ describes the expected (if future) or actual (if past) starting time and date of the relevant event. This field together with the ‘Event stop’ field allows the knowledge of the timeframe of the event and the assessment of its potential impact on wholesale energy prices. 

    The timezone on the dashboard is presented on local time, while the timezone in the 'Export' files are presented on UTC time.

     
  • Event Status

    The field ‘Event Status’ allows the distinction between UMMs that contain the most recent information on an event and can still influence trading decisions, and UMMs that are already outdated or that were updated:

    • ‘Active’ refers to a UMM that contains the most recent update on an event that will occur in the future or is occurring. 
    • ‘Dismissed’ refers to a UMM that is not valid anymore due to the fact that it was cancelled, withdrawn or updated in the meantime. 
    • ‘Inactive’ is used for UMMs containing the most recent update on an event that already occurred in the past.
     
  • Event Stop

    The field ‘Event stop’ describes the estimated (if future) or actual (if past) time and date at which the relevant event stops(ed). This field together with the ‘Event start’ field provides the timeframe of the event and the assessment of its potential impact on wholesale energy prices. 

    The timezone on the dashboard is presented on local time, while the timezone in the 'Export' files are presented on UTC time.

     
  • Fuel Type
    The field ‘Fuel Type’ gives additional information on the source of energy used by the production or generation unit concerned.
  • Installed Capacity
    The field ‘Installed capacity’ measures the nominal generating/transmission/consumption capacity. It is the maximum electrical active power/ energy interchange the facility can produce/transmit /consume continuously throughout a long period of operation in normal conditions, under relevant security standards.
  • Market Participant
    The official name of the market participant(s) that falls under the obligation of Article 4 of REMIT, regarding the specific event.
  • Market Participant EIC Code
    This field identifies the market participant by its EIC code obtained while registering in accordance with Article 9 of Regulation (EU) No 1227/2011.
  • Message ID
    This field aims to capture the identifier of the message issued by the market participant or by someone acting on its behalf.
  • Publication date/time

    The field ‘Publication date/time’ defines the point in time when the inside information was disclosed to the public though the UMM. 

    The timezone on the dashboard is presented on local time, while the timezone in the 'Export' files are presented on UTC time.

     
  • Reason of the unavailability
    The field ‘Reason of the unavailability’ provides an explanation on the cause(s) of the unavailability.
  • Remarks
    The field ‘Remarks’ provides more detailed information on the event that allows a full understanding of its potential impact on wholesale energy prices. This field must be used when submitting the ‘Other market information’ schema in order to provide an explanation on the reason(s) for the message.
  • Type of Unavailability

    The field ‘Type of unavailability’ indicates whether the unavailability was planned or not sorting the messages into two main types that may have different timeframes and implications on the markets.

    • “Planned unavailability” means a programmed change in capacity (for example: a maintenance, seasonal closing, etc.).
    • “Unplanned unavailability” means a not programed change in capacity (for example: an outage, forced limitation). 
     
  • Type of Event

    The ‘Type of event’ details the subject of the unavailability. 

    • ‘Production unavailability’ is used to report the unavailability of generation and production unit(s). 
    • ‘Transmission unavailability’ refers to the unavailability of the transmission infrastructure. 
    • ‘Consumption unavailability’ refers to the unavailability of electricity consumption unit(s). 
    • ‘Other unavailability’ covers other types such as electric power storage unavailability etc.
     
  • Unavailable Capacity
    The field ‘Unavailable capacity’ measures the capacity of the facility concerned that is affected by the event, i.e.: the capacity that will be unavailable due to the event.
  • Unit of measurement
    The unit of measurement used for fields Unavailable Capacity, Available Capacity and Installed capacity.
     
  • Version
    This is the version of the UMM for an specific event. 
    The latest version is published on the dashboard and prior version are accessible by clicking on latest version.

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