The Exchange Information Platform (GPI) was established by the Polish Power Exchange. It pursues the idea of the President of the Energy Regulatory Office (ERO) to construct a single, commonly accessible information platform for the energy market. The platform is a place for publication of orderly, transparent data on the Polish energy system and inside information on planned and unplanned availability of production capacity and, in the future, availability of consumption facilities in compliance with art. 4 of REMIT. Thus, information that could have any impact on wholesale energy market prices and trading decisions of its participants.
The GPI is a result of cooperation between representatives of entire electricity sector under the aegis of the President of ERO. Development of the platform had been continuously consulted with the GPI Working Group composed of the following entities: Polskie Sieci Energetyczne (PSE S.A.), Tauron Polska Energia, Energy Regulatory Office, PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna, Zespół Elektrowni Pątnów-Adamów-Konin, Association of Energy Trading (TOE) and Polish Power Exchange. Moreover, cooperation with ACER on technological requirements for data reporting and issuance of REMIT implementing acts had been established. The source of data presented in the section "Data on electricity system" is PSE S.A.
The Exchange Information Platform is divided into two sections:
1) Urgent Market Messages
The system enables publication of information regarding planned and unplanned capacity outages of generation facilities by market participants obliged under REMIT. This section is publicly accessible in the information segment. In the reporting segment, it is available only for entities with permitted right of access. The integral part of this section is the listing of capacity generation outages updated continuously by successive reports of market participants and the Transmission System Operator (TSO).
2) Data on electricity system
This section of GPI contains data on planned and current capacity demand and scale of generation required to cover it. The cross-border exchange being part of single European market is presented.
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