Information on market participants who was given the status of "pre-default" or "default" in accordance with paragraphs 1.7.1 and 1.7.4 of the Market Rules, approved by the NEURC Resolution of 14.03.2018 № 307.
If the status of "pre-default" lasts for more than two working days, the market participant becomes "default". The loss of the status of "default" occurs after the termination of the agreement on imbalance settlement concluded between the market participant and the Transmission System Operator (TSO).
In order to identify the processes, objects and participants of the energy market, ENTSO-E developed the EIC coding system (Energy Identification Coding). The purpose of the system is to ensure harmonized electronic data interchange with market participants operating in different markets. The coding scheme allows to encode different objects in the energy market: market participants (transmission system operators, consumers, producers, suppliers, balance responsible parties and others), network elements (generating units, cross-borders connections, elements of the transmission system, transformers and others), commercial metering units, etc.
The file contains, respectively, data on market participants assigned with EIC.
Information on Day-Ahead (DAM) and Intra-Day (IDM) markets participants with indication of the status of the participant (active / suspended).
Information on the ownership structure of the electricity Distribution System Operators (DSO). The section of each DSO contains information about the owner of the securities and the size of his share in the company's capital, as well as information about the securities (form of issue, nominal value and quantity).
Information on Electricity Balancing Service Providers (BSP) from the BSP Registry maintained by the Transmission System Operator (TSO) of NPC "Ukrenergo". The registry contains information on the market participant: EIC and USREOU codes, company name, location, role, status of registration and contact details, as well as information on concluded agreements on the imbalances settlement and participation in the balancing market.
Information on electricity suppliers that operate in the territory of distribution system operators (DSOs), including supplier and DSO information, supply segment, amount of electricity distributed, type and number of customers.
The information is collected according to the contractual relationship between the supplier and the DSO. Consequently, companies that did not have contracts with the DSO were not listed.
The last month’s supply of electricity is the DSO operational information and may be inconsistent with the suppliers.