The Denmark Go-Live commissioning plan constitutes a guideline for Danish market participants for the handover of settlement operations from Energinet to eSett.

Ongoing right now

The Next Commissioning Webinar with the BRPs will be held on 27.11.2020

The next commissioning webinar will be held on Friday 27 November 2020 from 09.00 to 10.30 CET. The topics of the webinar will be: updated commissioning plan, end-to-end test in January and test status. We hope that as many as possible will be able to join the webinar!
You can add the event to your calendar here, or join directly via this link.

Structure verification

Balance Responsible Parties must verify that their structural information is visible and correct in Online Service. Once the structures have been verified by the Balance Responsible Party, eSett needs to be informed about it.

The settlement structures are one of the key elements in the Nordic imbalance settlement. Each market participant will be responsible for updating and maintaining their own structural information in Online Service.


As a part of Denmark integration, new agreements need to be signed by BRPs. To participate in the imbalance settlement or reserve markets, a BRP will need to have valid agreements with eSett and Energinet. Since there has been some changes to the Imbalance Settlement Agreement due to the Denmark integration, also those BRPs who already have a signed Imbalance Settlement agreement with eSett must sign the new agreement. eSett has already started to send out agreements to the BRPs.



This page is used to inform market participants about the current situation of the implementation of Denmark into the Nordic Imbalance Settlement. Along with the detailed time schedule, you are able to see what is going on right now and what is expected to happen in the near future.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our customer service.

The Commissioning plan

The purpose of this commissioning plan is to provide a plan for Balance Responsible Parties (BRPs) active in Denmark for the handover of settlement operations from Energinet to eSett. This is to support and enable a smooth transition from current market model to the new NBS (Nordic Imbalance Settlement) market model used in the Nordics.

The commissioning plan includes description of the market practicalities related to the change and a guideline for preparations and parallel settlement and much more. The PDF-version of the commissioning plan can be downloaded below.

Commissioning plan

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eSett’s Test document for BRPs describes the test practices and the support available for the BRPs during the test phase. It is important that all BRPs performs the tests listed in this Test document to ensure go-live readiness.

Test document for BRPs


Status of the mandatory activities

Activities marked with green are completed by all the involved parties. Activities marked with yellow are ongoing activities. Activities in orange are activities which deadline has already passed but not all involved parties have completed the tasks. White color means that the activity is not yet started.







First commissioning webinar with the BRPs was held 30.4.2020

To help the BRPs with the commissioning, eSett will organize webinars with the BRPs. The first webinar was held on 30.04.2020 CEST 9:00 – 11:30, (EEST 10:00 – 12:30). The topics of this webinar was: Agreements, accounts and bank, Online Service and structures (management and updating)

The material from the webinar can be found here

The Second commissioning webinar with the BRPs was held on 27.8.2020

The Second Commissioning Webinar for Danish BRPs was held on 27.08.2020 CEST 9:00 – 11:30, (EEST 10:00 – 12:30). The topics of the webinar were: Data interchange, parallel run, test status and a presentation of the NBS model.

A recording of the webinar can be found below and the material from the webinar can be found here.



Provide feedback

In order to ensure as smooth integration as possible, eSett would like to get feedback about the communication towards market participants. We are especially interested in the topics that you would like to hear more about during the commissioning.

Kindly reply to a short survey via this link.