Reconciliation price 2010

The reconciliation price is the weighted market price that is used to settle, over a certain period, the difference between the consumption calculated by means of profiles and the actual consumption established.

  • The reconciliation process has been laid down in the System Code and the Metering Code
  • The System Code contains stipulations about the determination and publication of the reconciliation price.                                            


The reconciliation price concerns the average APX day-ahead price, weighted per month according to the national output per hour of profile customers, for peak and off-peak periods (prices in EUR/MWh in 2 decimal places).

  • Off-peak: all day on Saturdays and Sundays, 1 January, Easter Monday, Ascension Day, Whit Monday, the Queen’s Birthday (usually celebrated on 30 April), Christmas Day and Boxing Day; on all other days between midnight and 7 a.m. and between 11 p.m. and midnight.
  • Peak: all other periods
2010 Off peak EUR/MWh Peak EUR/MWh
January 37.09 55.01
February 35.80 52.53
March 33.03 47.21
April 36.32 49.66
May 37.18 53.62
June 35.51 54.85
July 41.05 55.77
August 34.93 48.26
September 40.79 54.67
October 44.53 59.39
November 42.00 58.54
December 51.68 70.01