EEX Transparency Platform
The EEX Transparency Platform is the central Inside Information Platform (IIP) which fulfills disclosure obligations as required by REMIT.
EEX Inside Information Messenger (IIM) for Reporting of Inside Information
The IIM is a browser-based, easy-to-use reporting tool for market participants to fulfill their REMIT obligations. It can be used as your standard reporting tool or as a backup solution for your existing back office reporting solution.
- publication of facility & business related inside information
- compliant with REMIT and MAR
- comfortable and maintenance-free browser-based tool
- easy editing and updates of already sent messages
- download messages and acknowledgements
EEX Transparency Platform – 1 platform to comply with 3 regulations
EU Transparency Regulation
Reporting Services & Fees
In order to use the EEX Transparency Platform, please contact the EEX Transparency Support team to set up the standard data delivery contract.
Prices vary depending on services purchased*:
Data publication on EEX Transparency Platform and forwarding to ACER
Tiered pricing starting at € 200 per month.
Data forwarding according to EU Transparency Regulation
Tiered pricing starting at € 220 per month.
EEX Inside Information Messenger
€ 200 per month
Business & Facility
€ 250 per month
For further details, please download the EEX price list.
* Only the respective current price list is legally binding.
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|2020-06-22||Data Delivery Contract v2.1.10 an Annexes (English)||Documents||Reporting of Inside information||zip (898 KB)|
|2020-06-22||Data Delivery Contract v2.1.10 and Annexes (German)||Regulatory Reporting||Reporting of Inside information||zip (924 KB)|
Regulation on Wholesale Energy Market Integrity and Transparency
In article 4.1, REMIT requires all market participants to disclose inside information in respect of business or facilities.
‘Such disclosure shall include information relevant to the capacity and use of facilities for production, storage, consumption or transmission of electricity or natural gas or related to the capacity and use of LNG facilities, including planned or unplanned unavailability of these facilities.’
With the purpose of providing more clarity, the Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER) states in its 4th Guidance (updated on 17 June 2016) on page 29:
‘Regardless of whether indicative thresholds are applied by market participants, NRAs should ensure that market participants are aware that a planned or unplanned change in the capacity or output of any size at a facility for production, storage, consumption or transmission of natural gas or electricity may constitute inside information if it meets the criteria outlined in Article 2(1) of REMIT. It is up to market participants to judge whether information that they hold constitutes inside information and therefore needs to be made public.’
Regardless of whether current or future inside information is actually available, ALL market participants are obliged to specify a place for the disclosure of inside information (REMIT article 9). Regulatory authorities require a far-reaching accessibility of data, which publication on individual websites cannot fulfill. To this end, ACER fully recommends the use of platforms such as EEX Transparency Platform. ACER does not collect web feeds directly from Market Participants’ websites.
EU Transparency Regulation
REMIT Art. 2.1 also refers to the Transparency Regulation. Market participants are obliged to forward data to ENTSO-E in respect of the installed capacity, actual generation and information relating to the unavailability of generation, production and consumption units.
Market Abuse Regulation
Article 17.2 of the Market Abuse Regulation requires emission allowance market participants to disclose
‘…inside information concerning emission allowances which it holds in respect of its business, including aviation activities […] or installations …
With regard to installations, such disclosure shall include information relevant to the capacity and utilisation of installations, including planned or unplanned unavailability of such installations.’