The market regulations consist of 12 independent regulations with associated appendices. Regulations A-G primarily deal with the wholesale market, while regulations H1 and H2 relate to the retail market. The regulations can be seen in the right-hand menu. Below the main topics and the target groups of the individual regulations are described briefly.
Regulation A: Principles for the electricity market
Outlines the main principles for the Danish electricity market model. Is aimed at present and potential players in the wholesale market wanting to gain a highlevel view of the various market places etc.
Regulation B: Terms of electricity market access
Describes how Energinet.dk's tariffs are structured. Is aimed at present and potential players.
Regulation C1: Terms of balance responsibility
Defines the concept 'balance responsibility' and outlines the contents of the 'Agreement on balance responsibility', which new players must sign in order to become a balance-responsible party.
Regulation C2: Balancing market
Describes how Energinet.dk has organised the regulating power and balancing markets and outlines the rules for settling regulating and balancing power. Is aimed primarily at enterprises that are active in the wholesale market.
Regulation C3: Handling of notifications and schedules
Describes how Energinet.dk and balance-responsible parties are to handle notifications and schedules. Is aimed primarily at enterprises that are active in the wholesale market.
Regulation D1: Settlement metering
Defines in detail the requirements for the settlement metering to be performed by the grid and regional transmission companies and how to aggregate the data obtained from such metering into energy statements to be used for settlement purposes. Is aimed primarily at grid companies and metering point administrators.
Regulation D2: Technical requirements for electricity metering
Defines technical requirements for electricity metering in Energinet.dk's area and for any associated installations and control routines. Is aimed primarily at grid companies and metering point administrators.
Regulation E: Settlement of environmentally friendly electricity generation
Describes the various settlement rules (price subsidies etc.) and the terms of settlement for wind turbines and other electricity-generating plants. Is aimed primarily at plant owners and others wanting to gain a high-level view of the various settlement rules.
Regulation F: EDI communication
Defines standards for data communication - ie the mutual transfer of notifications, metered time series etc. - between the market players and Energinet.dk and between the market players themselves. Is aimed at grid companies, balance-responsible parties and IT suppliers.
Regulation G: Discretionary policy and data protection procedures
Describes how Energinet.dk handles any confidential and commercial information received. Is aimed primarily at market players forwarding confidential information.
Regulation H1: Change of supplier
Defines the rules for change of supplier etc. and the relationships between customer, electricity supplier and grid company in this connection. Is aimed primarily at electricity suppliers and grid companies.
Regulation H2: Metering and load-profile settlement
Defines rules for metering and load-profile settlement in the retail market. Is aimed primarily at electricity suppliers, grid companies and metering point administrators. (not available yet).