Information on trading and products

Electricity

Derivatives market

Power is traded in the form of derivatives – futures with financial settlement, which has been operated under the license of the European Energy Exchange AG (EEX) and on the EEX platform (T7 trading system) since 15 June 2017.

Trading is governed by EEX rules. The exchange day calendar and the trading hours are also set by the EEX.

Delivery bands

Base Load: Mon-Sun (including holidays) 0:00-24:00
Peak Load: Mon-Fri (including holidays) 8:00-20:00

Markets

Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Serbia

Maturity

day, weekend, week, month, quarter, year

If you are interested in:

  • detailed specifications of contracts and their designation (product code and ISIN)
  • trading rules
  • exchange day calendar
  • price list

and other information, you can find all on the EEX website.

Spot market

For information about this market, please visit the PXE/OTE Joint Day-Ahead Market website.

Natural gas

Delivery to the virtual trading point in the Czech Republic operated by OTE a.s.

Derivatives market

Natural gas is traded in the form of derivatives – futures with physical settlement.

Delivery band

Base Load: from 06:00 on the first delivery day to 06:00 on the first calendar day following the last delivery day.

Maturity

month, quarter, season, year

Spot market

Delivery

Base Load: from 06:00 on the first delivery day to 06:00 on the first calendar day following the last delivery day.

Maturity

day, weekend

Other services provided by EEX

Regulatory reporting

EMIR, REMIT

This is a supplementary service exclusively for trading participants.

If you are interested in:

  • who is obliged to report
  • what information must be reported
  • how to report

and other information, you can find all on the EMIR or REMIT website from EEX.

MiFIR /MiFID II

If you are interested in:

  • who is obliged to report
  • who must provide assistance
  • how the whole process works

and other information, you can find all on the MiFID II / MiFIR website from EEX.

Transparency Platform

The EU Wholesale Energy Market Integrity and Transparency Regulation and the Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) impose the following obligations on trading participants:

  • to disclose confidential information in connection with business or production activities
  • to forward this confidential information to the regulator
  • to ensure that such information is made public

These obligations can be fulfilled through the platform for publishing confidential information (hereinafter the “IIP” – Inside Information Platform), a list of which is available on the ACER portal.

Why use the Transparency Platform

  • The Transparency Platform by EEX is approved by both ACER and ESMA as an official IIP
  • It allows all trading participants affected by the above obligations to comply with the given obligations without being direct participants in the EEX.

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