Danish-German power market coupling to relaunch in Q1 09

The power market coupling between Denmark and Germany, introduced on September 29, 2008 and suspended just 10 days later, is expected to relaunch in the middle of the first quarter of 2009, according to Enno Bottcher, managing director of the European Market Coupling Company (EMCC).

The coupled market between power exchanges EEX and Nord Pool Spot was suspended because of deviations in flow and price calculations, which led to power flowing in the wrong direction from a high to low price area.


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