ENTSO-E Communication and Connectivity Service Platform

ENTSO-E Communication & Connectivity Service Platform (ECCo SP) is a standardized communication platform for the Energy market. It contains ECP (Energy Communication Platform) and EDX (ENTSO-E Data Exchange) as a software solution for establishing communication between TSOs.

Information for TSOs and users

ECP – Energy Communication Platform

The purpose of the ECP is to provide message delivery capabilities with the following additional key features: Security, Reliability, Integration, Standard, Transparency, and Portability. ECP supports several integration channels such as AMQP(S), MADES Web Service (IEC 62325-504), and FSSF (File System Shared Folder).

ECP contains tree components :

  • The client component - ECP Endpoint
  • The service provider components - ECP Component Directory and ECP Broker

ECP page

EDX – ENTSO-E Data Exchange

EDX is an additional and optional extension of ECP.

EDX is the communication platform for OPDE applications. It creates a distributed service platform where both service providers and consumers are connected via a state-of-the-art communication platform. It allows using additional integration channels for messaging. While ECP uses a fixed set of integration channels, EDX allows using (S)FTP, FSSP, MADES, SCP, or Web Services (e.g.: IEC 62325-504).

EDX also allows the implementation of new integration channels easily. It creates the basis for the OPDE platform and other ENTSO-E applications in the future that require reliable and secure communication.

EDX contains two components :

  • The client component - EDX Toolbox
  • The service provider component - EDX Service Catalogue

EDX page

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