This is the help page for the REMIT UMM system containing relevant documentation and information.
The UMM system
REMIT UMM is Nord Pool´s solution for Nord Pool members and Market Participants to disclose market information according to European regulations. The system offers simple publication of production, consumption and transmission outages along with other relevant market information.
Accessing the REMIT UMM Platform to view and search for published information free and available to anyone.
For Publishers REMIT UMM offers the two reporting services REMIT article 4 and Transparency Regulation reporting which, depending on needs will be set up, for companies registering for the services.
Any company using REMIT UMM system for publishing or reading information must consent and abide by the Terms and conditions
Market Conduct Rules
Members of Nord Pool are obliged to comply with Trading Appendix 5 to the Rulebook called the Market Conduct Rules (MCR). MCR section 5 describes the responsibility of a member to disclose information to the market through urgent market messages (UMM).
For scenarios of major disturbances of the REMIT UMM system users are advised to follow the Emergency Procedure.
The recommendation is to print the Emergency Procedure and have it accessible to operational staff publishing UMMs.
The User manual describes all the technical functionalities in the UMM system with detailed examples, pictures and descriptions.
Nord Pool offers FTP access to registered REMIT UMM customers where historical UMM data can be downloaded in a specific XML format.
For details on the XML specification please see our implementation guide.
For training of new employees or exploring new functionalities Nord Pool offers a testing environment with the same version of the UMM system as in the production system.
For access with publishing rights, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Please consult Nord Pool Academy for further information on training in the UMM system.
Frequently Asked Questions
Please consult Frequently Asked Questions
Please report any issues to email@example.com