SE Market Operator: Atypical behavior is the maintenance of a minimum price for a week or more
Atypical behavior is the retention by a market player the price offer of day-ahead and intraday electricity at a very low level (minimum, UAH 10 UAH/MWh) for a long time, for example, a week or more, because such behavior is not that can be profitable for the market participant.
This explanation was provided by Victoria Dudchenko, Deputy Director for Legal Support of the SE Market Operator, in a comment to ExPro during the Second Conference on Energy Law on June 11, 2021.
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