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Nasdaq Commodities chooses StormGeo as index calculation agent for their German Wind Index futures, NAREX-WIDE

Released by Nasdaq Commodities on July 11, 2018

Nasdaq Commodities is pleased to announce that they have signed an agreement with StormGeo. Effective since Monday, July 9, StormGeo is the index calculation agent for our German Wind Index Futures contracts.

The wind index, NAREX-WIDE, is published on www.nasdaqomx.com/commodities. It shows the daily utilization of the installed wind power capacity in Germany. NAREX-WIDE is a synthetic index which is based on ECMWF weather predictions and a wind power production model and fulfills all requirements for an underlying index for a derivative: transparency, accuracy and reliability. The existing model and data set was taken over identically by StormGeo in order to ensure the continuity of the NAREX WIDE index.

"We are very excited about working with Nasdaq on NAREX WIDE, it fits well with our increased presence in the German market," said Jostein Mælan, VP Renewables at StormGeo.

 

For further information, please contact:

StormGeo
Christian Sjødin, Head of Nena Analysis and Product Manager Renewables, +47-93043989, csjo@stormgeo.com

Nasdaq Commodities
Mette Steinsland, AVP Principal Associate General Counsel, phone +47 6752 8071, mette.steinsland@nasdaq.com
Commodities sales, phone +47 67 52 81 80 32, salescommodities@nasdaq.com

Media contact
David Augustsson, Corporate Communications, phone +46 84056135, David.Augustsson@nasdaq.com

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