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Borzen, the Slovenian power market operator, in performing its role as Centre for RES/CHP support will sell the electricity from the ECO Group for the year 2022 in the same way as in the previous years, i.e. indirectly by transferring the whole ECO group to another Balance Scheme Member’s balancing group or subgroup. For that purpose an Auction will be organized, at which participants will be asked to bid the highest price in EUR/MWh for all the electricity produced in the ECO group in the year...
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Borzen's business performance in 2020

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Year 2020 was a special year that was strongly marked by the coronavirus epidemic in all areas. During this period, Borzen ensured uninterrupted operations at all levels of the company, and with that smooth performance of the public utility service and the smooth operation of the electricity market. In addition, we have prepared a number of adjustments and simplifications of procedures for our business partners and users, particularly on the account of even stronger digitalization. We ended the...
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A new member of Slovenian Balance group

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As of 1 September 2021 Company Second Foundation a.s. is a new member of Slovenian Balance Scheme. Balance Scheme Members' list is available here.
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According to the provisions of the Rules on the Management of Assets of the Centre for Support, the general manager of Borzen, d.o.o. publishes the Public invitation for the appointment of the members of the Investment Committee for the Management of Assets of the Centre for Support.
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Borzen, the Slovenian power market operator, is celebrating 20 years of operation. Two decades ago, we committed to the market and its stakeholders, by laying the foundations for a liberalized and single electricity market. Today, the key activities of the market operator ensure and enable the stable operation of the Slovenian electricity system and the transparent operation of the electricity market, in addition to supporting the transition to a low-carbon society. In order to ensure transpare...
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New web portal available

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In order to ensure transparency on one hand and even more advanced services for electricity market stakeholders on the other, we have designed new web portal, related to electricity market operations. The portal enables a view in to comprehensive data on the Slovenian electricity market to the interested general public. And for the members of Slovenian balance scheme it provide an even simpler, faster and safer way to exchanged and review of relevant data and information on electricity market. ...
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At the end of 2020 the feed-in system included 3.839 power plants with a combined installed capacity of 408,9 MWe. Support paymentshave increased for 3,5 % in comparison to 2019, while the total amount of electricity produced was higher for 1,6 %. More information is available in the report.
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As of 30 March 2021 Energieallianz RESPECT ENERGY S.A. is no longer a member of Slovenian Balance group. The entire list of members is available via link.
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In the beginning of 2021, the BD4NRG: Big Data for Next Generation Energy was launched under the EU’s multiannual framework programme for research and innovation, the so-called Horizon 2020. The project consists of 34 partners from 15 European countries. In addition to Borzen, the consortium from Slovenia also includes the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the University of Ljubljana, ELES, Elektro Ljubljana and Comsensus. The project integrates the area that offers many untapped opportuniti...
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With the delivery date of 1 January 2021, the Slovenian electricity market switched from an hourly to a 15-minute ISP. In general, this means that the basic unit of account, as far as the market is concerned (closed contracts, operational forecasts, imbalance settlement), switches from one hour to 15 minutes. In this way, the market system will be closer to the operation of a real-time electricity system. The transition to a 15-minute interval stems from the requirement of one of the EU codes, ...
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