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Intraday allocation on Croatian-Hungarian border to be launched

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March 22, 2018

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Croatian transmission system operator (TSO) HOPS and Hungarian transmission system operator MAVIR announced the launch of intraday allocation on Croatian-Hungarian border on March 27.

“The Go – Live date of intraday allocation on Croatian-Hungarian border is set at 18:00 of March 27, with the publication of ID ATC value, for the business day March 28”, companies said in a statement.

At the Border of Bidding zones of HOPS and MAVIR allocation is conducted by Croatian TSO HOPS in accordance with the Rules for the allocation of the Cross Zonal Intraday Capacity.

The process of receiving registration forms with the relevant documentation starts on March 20, 2018.

HOPS and MAVIR have been working on the introduction of intraday capacity allocation for the bidding zone border Croatia-Hungary, with the aim of improving the cross-border transmission capacity allocation, reaching higher level of harmonisation of the business processes of the two transmission system operators with the EU regulations, as well as meeting the market participants requirements relating to import/export of electricity in emergency situations at more affordable prices.

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