No PXE clients ended up in SoLR mode

Last year, PXE held a total of 100 energy auctions for end users representing cities, municipalities and state institutions. The total auction volume exceeded 2.6 TWh.

Despite the unfavourable situation for consumers on the wholesale energy market, PXE's energy auctions for end customers on its PARC platform continued to attract strong interest in 2021. Through its auctions, PXE secured energy supplies for 965 entities (over 16,000 points of delivery) in a total of 100 auctions. Due to the strict conditions for suppliers operating on the PXE commodity market, which include, among other things, the need to purchase energy immediately after contact conclusion, there was no loss of supplier and no customer (point of delivery) ended up in the Supplier of Last Resort (SoLR) mode.

"I am very pleased that our strict conditions protected our clients in the unprecedentedly volatile situation that has prevailed on the energy markets in recent months. It is certainly very good news that those who have purchased energy through our platform will receive their energy exactly as tendered. I firmly believe that we will continue to succeed in the future as well”, says David Kučera, General Secretary of Power Exchange Central Europe.

Feb 9, 2022
In a podcast, Davida Kučera, Secretary General of PXE, answers whether the energy market is overheated, whether there is a risk of further bankruptcies of suppliers and everything related to trading.
Nov 22, 2021
As previously communicated, PXE will stop providing certain data that was previously available with a 15-minute delay or for download. PXE is a member of the EEX Group and these changes are made in accordance with the Group's data disclosure policy.
Nov 18, 2021
As of today, we have launched the new PXE website. As on the original website, you will find basic information about the power exchange. The new site concentrates comprehensive information on all the products that PXE provides not only to wholesale market operators but also to end consumers.
Nov 12, 2021
The interruption of Bohemia Energy's supply did not affect PXE trading participants, and the company met all its obligations on the wholesale market and closed all trading positions. The company did not make any deliveries on the commodity market. Also operating on the commodity market from the Bohemia Energy Group was the company Amper Market, which is currently committed to supplying two customers. According to PXE information, these deliveries are being made in full compliance with the concluded exchange trades, so even in this case, customers have not been negatively affected by the termination of activities of the Bohemia Energy Group to date.
Aug 24, 2021
We would like to inform you that in the course of September PXE will terminate provision of some of the data that have been available on the PXE website so far. Some of the 15 mins delayed data and all the files for download are affected. These changes are in compliance with EEX Group data provision policy which PXE as a member of EEX Group has to follow. At the same time we are going to introduce new website in brand new graphic and structure.
Apr 14, 2021
For the fourth time in its history, the Railway Administration has selected the supplier of traction electricity for the carriers by means of an electronic auction. This was done through the exchange floor at the Power Exchange Central Europe (PXE).
Apr 7, 2021
In February 2021, Polish Power Futures at EEX achieved their highest monthly volume so far with 438 GWh traded. February also saw the successful launch of the Polish day-ahead auctions operated by EPEX SPOT, coupled via the Multi-Regional Coupling, ensuring one single price in Poland and providing reliable price signal to the market.

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