ELECTRICITY AND NATURAL GAS MARKET
Effective electricity and natural gas markets enable the high reliability of energy supply and reasonable and competitive prices.
The Energy Authority supervises that the Finnish electricity and natural gas markets function in accordance with energy laws. It also aims to develop national, regional and EU energy markets in a sustainable way, and acts as the national supervisory authority in energy wholesale markets. In addition, the Energy Authority supervises and develops the reliability of the electricity and natural gas supply.
The Energy Authority reserves the opportunity for those interested in the matter to present their views on the Terms and Conditions of Balancing proposed by the transmission system operator. Statements must be submitted to the Energy Authority no later than 23 November 2022.
It is very important that EU Member States continue exporting electricity and gas to neighbouring countries in order to secure sufficient supply of energy during the coming winter. This is highlighted in a press release of the European Union Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER). ACER emphasises that an integrated energy market supports the sufficient supply of energy in all Member States and lowers the peak prices of gas and electricity.