In line with the Central Western Europe (CWE) flow-based market coupling regime.
Introducing the most accurate hourly spot and short-term analysis for the next day, week and three weeks for Germany, France, Austria, Belgium and the Netherlands power markets.
Analysis for the next day, current week and next three weeks for Germany, France, Austria, Belgium and the Netherlands power markets.
The new model solves supply and demand, flows and price formation in all five countries simultaneously in order to find a valid and stable solution.
Seven additional countries will be added to the model in 2020, and the Nordics will have FBMC (Flow-based market coupling) in 2021. Request a free two-week trial today.
In my opinion, I believe Nena Analysis provides the most fact-based and objective analysis in the market.Alexander Arnesen
Head of Power Procurement, Elkem Power AS
Myself, as an employee in Bane NOR, have had a two decade history as customers of Nena and that’s due to the need to have a necessary tool to make good decisions on a daily basis.Jonny Glærum
Procurement and Risk Management, Bane NOR
Spot and short-term analysis portal
StormGeo's Nena Analysis has developed in-house basic supply and demand models for spot price forecasting.
Hourly supply and demand models with market-clearing on an hourly basis. Demand is calculated as consumption plus net load export.
Consistent with the flow-based market coupling regime, price forecast on an hourly resolution based on demand, supply and marginal cost estimates.
Senior analysts Bengt Longva and Sigurd P. Lie have been responsible for Nena’s CWE power analysis since 2001. They have constantly revised and expanded the analysis to stay on top of structural changes in the market and in trading. As the market has moved towards higher volatility and liquidity in the short term, Nena offers a strong short-term analysis for anyone exposed to short-term market movements. French power was introduced as a new product from the German desk in 2014.
Nena Analysis builds fundamental models and methods with strong emphasis on a combination of economic theory, market models, weather impacts and marginal cost calculations.
Our analyses reveal coherence between numerous price drivers, enabling us to explain substitution pricing, and ultimately consequences for future pricing of various commodities.