Category Archives: Power

Fundamentals growth assumptions prolonged up to 2025

During this summer we have updated the actual installed capacities for wind and SPV for all countries.

We have also updated the growth assumptions for wind, solar and consumption and extended these assumptions on MKonline until 2025. You can find this information under Capacity Assumptions and Normal Assumptions Pages. Continue reading Fundamentals growth assumptions prolonged up to 2025

Improved time resolution in the EMPS model

In our latest publication of the EMPS model, we have changed the number of price intervals (“Prisavsnitt”)from 6 to 12. A price interval is a set of hours that are treated as similar within a week, to simplify the linear problem when running a simulation. This could be i.e night hours on a working day, 3-4 hours during the afternoon peak etc. Continue reading Improved time resolution in the EMPS model

New underlying contracts for the NP Technical Analysis

As of Monday, 14th August 2017 we changed the underlying contracts for our Nordic Technical Analysis. We use the new Nasdaq Nordic Power Futures for analyzing the technical signals of front and second front quarters and calendar contracts. Since the old NordPool Forwards were loosing on liquidity and the traded volumes went down as the most market players switched for the new Power Futures, we decided to use the latter.

Mkonline has introduced hydrological models for pricezones Norway+Sweden

The hydrological models at Mkonline have so far been based on Statnett-regions in Norway and four geographical regions in Sweden. The goal for Mkonline has for a while been to establish all our hydrological models on price-zone levels as we do for all other fundamental data. Continue reading Mkonline has introduced hydrological models for pricezones Norway+Sweden