One Clear Connection to Commodities

    European Commodity Clearing (ECC) is the leading clearing house for energy and commodity products in Europe and the central clearing house for the Global Commodity Exchange, EEX Group. ECC assumes the counterparty risk and guarantees the physical and financial settlement of transactions, providing security and cross-margining benefits for its customers.

    Clearing Volumes (year to date)

    Product 30/06/2020 31/07/2020 31/08/2020 30/09/2020
    Power (in MWh)

    2,873,282,003

    3,256,962,162

    3,585,276,299

    4,009,629,321

    Natural Gas (in MWh)

    1,570,959,867

    1,752,651,884

    1,908,185,687

    2,077,446,176

    Other Products (in Contracts)

    343,306,831

    422,608,099

    455,981,349

    535,758,936

    All (in Contracts)

    89,927,253,312

    104,772,219,180

    120,148,631,499

    135,403,042,847

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    Clearing and settlement at ECC

    As the central counterparty ECC takes over clearing and settlement for the exchanges of EEX group as well as a number of further partner exchanges. Learn more in the video.

     

       

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    Clearing at ECC – Want to know how clearing works?


    European Commodity Clearing is the leading clearing house for energy and commodity products in Europe and beyond – but what actually is clearing?

    What happens, if the buyer or seller drops out of the transaction? Our short video explains clearing in a nutshell and gives a general overview of ECCs services.

     

       

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