Please insert at least 3 characters

FAQs on transaction reporting – Question II.2.1.41

Data Fields (49) and (50)

Using putting a time of 24:00:00 for end times is not possible using industry standard development tools that we use – it gets translated to 00:00:00. This applies to Fields 28 (contract trading hours) and Field 54 (Load Delivery Intervals)

Please accept that instead of the below in your example

<deliveryProfile>

<loadDeliveryStartTime>00:00:00</loadDeliveryStartTime>

<loadDeliveryEndTime>24:00:00</loadDeliveryEndTime>

</deliveryProfile>

That we can use to mean the same thing

<deliveryProfile>

<loadDeliveryStartTime>00:00:00</loadDeliveryStartTime>

<loadDeliveryEndTime>00:00:00</loadDeliveryEndTime>

</deliveryProfile>

This is consistent with the interpretation for gas contracts available in the TRUM where start time = end time.

deliveryProfile>

<loadDeliveryStartTime>06:00:00</loadDeliveryStartTime>

<loadDeliveryEndTime>06:00:00</loadDeliveryEndTime>

</deliveryProfile>


Answer:

According to ACER’s schemas and to the ISO 8601 standard which says “Midnight is a special case and may be referred to as either “00:00” or “24:00”. It is our understanding that midnight may be represented as either 00:00:00 or 24:00:00 or 23:59:59.

All of them have the same meaning. The same applies to 06:00:00 and 05:59:59. All of them have the same meaning. The same applies to 06:00:00 and 05:59:59 to represent the end of a gas day.

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