Iberdrola Group supports the initiatives that promote the development of market mechanisms and information transparency that facilitate competition in energy markets. The EU regulation on wholesale energy markets integrity and transparency (REMIT) obliges all generators to disclose detailed information on the state of their power facilities in a timely manner. This includes any constraints that could lead to a reduction in their generation capacity.
Iberdrola makes its best efforts to publish complete and correct information on this website. This information is subject to review and updating by Iberdrola in compliance with valid legislation.
Iberdrola provides this information based on its best understanding of the criteria of transparency and integrity set by REMIT. This does not mean that all the information published herein is considered inside information as defined in this regulation.
Shown below is the complete information about REMIT on the Wikinger offshore wind farm owned by Iberdrola Renovables Offshore Deutschland GmbH Energía, S.A. (Unipersonal), which boasts an installed power capacity of at least 100 MW.
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The following link provides the planned and ongoing outages of at least 100 MW of power for Wikinger offshore wind generation units farm because of the effect that it could have on the prices formation in the electricity markets.