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Due to a temporary suspension of the Union Registry for software upgrade on 22nd of January from 8:00 CET to 18:00 CET, ECC will not be able to perform registry transfers on that day. +++ 

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Partner Exchanges

Currently, ECC provides clearing services for the Partner Exchanges European Energy Exchange (EEX), EPEX SPOT, EPEX SPOT Belgium, Hungarian Power Exchange (HUPX), Norexeco, POWER EXCHANGE CENTRAL EUROPE (PXE), Powernext and SEEPEX.

The European Energy Exchange (EEX) is the leading energy exchange in Europe which develops, operates and connects secure, liquid and transparent markets for energy and related products. As part of EEX Group, a group of companies serving international commodity markets, EEX offers contracts on Power, Emission Allowances and Coal as well as Freight and Agricultural Products. EEX is part of Deutsche Börse Group.

The European Power Exchange EPEX SPOT SE and its affiliates operate physical short-term electricity markets in Central Western Europe and the United Kingdom. As part of EEX Group, a group of companies serving international commodity markets, EPEX SPOT is committed to the creation of a pan-European power market. In 2016, its 278 members traded 529 TWh – a third of the domestic consumption in the eight countries covered. 49% of its equity is held by HGRT, a holding of transmission system operators.

EPEX SPOT Belgium, located in Brussels, Belgian, is the short term, physical power exchange for the delivery and off-take of electricity on the Belgian hub and a full subsidiary of EPEX SPOT. EPEX SPOT Belgium facilitates anonymous trading in two different market segments, namely the Day-Ahead market segment and the Continuous Intraday market segment.

HUDEX Energy Exchange Ltd., member of HUPX Group, is the first financial energy exchange of Hungary. HUDEX offers Hungarian financial power products with optional physical delivery and gas physical futures products. The exchange supports the Group’s primary objective to provide power and gas reference prices for Hungary and for the Balkan region.

HUPX Zrt., located in Budapest, Hungary, was established by the Hungarian TSO and holds the license to operate the organised electricity market in Hungary. The role of HUPX is to deliver a reliable price reference in Hungary and to facilitate the integration of power markets within the CEE region. HUPX offers anonymous day-ahead and intraday trading on the Hungarian power market, thus providing high level standards both in terms of trading and clearing services for its members.

NOREXECO ASA, located in Oslo, Norway, will offer a fully regulated environment for trading derivatives in the wood, recycled fibre and pulp industries.

Established in 2001, Powernext is a regulated market under French legislation. Powernext is headquartered in Paris and active across Europe.

As a market facilitator Powernext develops tailor-made solutions for energy markets. As part of EEX Group, a group of companies serving international commodity markets, Powernext operates the Pan-European gas platform PEGAS, as well as the registry for Guarantees of Origins and the registry for Capacity Certificates for RTE. Powernext will start operating the White Certificates registry in France in 2018. Other services include solutions for TSOs to balance natural gas.

Power Exchange Central Europe (PXE) is the Prague-based centre of competence for the Central and Eastern European power markets. As part of EEX Group, PXE is committed to further developing products and services for the Czech, Slovak, Polish, Hungarian and Romanian market.

SEEPEX (Serbian Power Exchange) is a joint venture between Elektromreža Srbije (EMS), the Serbian transmission system operator, and EPEX SPOT. The Exchange is a major step in the creation of a regional power trading solution for South Eastern Europe (SEE) and fosters the development of a competitive, transparent and reliable electricity market for Serbia. It operates an organized electricity market, as the institutionally regulated relation between supply and demand of participants on the electricity market with predetermined standardized electricity products and delivery within a time frame day-ahead and intra-day with the aim to offer these electricity products for trading in Serbia and in the SEE region, where appropriate.