UK Peak Electricity Futures Futures are traded on the Intercontinental Exchange. Each contract is for 1 MWh of electricity per on-peak hour per on-peak day per delivery period(ie month, quarter, season or year.). Prices are quoted in 1 pence per MWh.
UK Peak Electricity Futures Futures contracts exist for the months of January (F), February (G), March (H), April (J), May (K), June (M), July (N), August (Q), September (U), October (V), November (X), December (Z), June (M), September (U) and December (Z). The deliverable product for UK Peak Electricity Futures is Delivery is fulfilled by the debit of electricity from the Energy Account of one party and the credit of electricity to the Energy Account of the other party for every half hour settlement period of the delivery month. Delivery is effected by the submission (and acceptance with no subsequent rejection) of Energy Contract Volume Notifications by an Energy Contract Volume Notification Agent to an Energy Contract Volume Aggregation Agent on behalf of the two delivery parties. A Clearing Member, as defined in the ICE Clear Europe Clearing Rules, with a contract open at cessation of trading for that month must deliver the number of lots open at a rate of 1 MW during each settlement period of the first and each subsequent day of the delivery month.
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