CB - So far Depot Position has a different meaning. It describes the balance of power futures (i.e. binding power production or consumption guarantees for a future timeslot) a particular broker bought or sold for a particular timeslot. A depot position contains both, the last change as well as the running balance. Example:
List of DepotPositions as recorded by the accounting service
|Broker 1||06:00 - 07:00||Future||Execution of order y||Buy Order||100||100|
|Broker 1||06:00-07:00||Future||Ex-Post Balancing Power||Distribution Utility||./.20||
JEC - I don't entirely understand this. First, this looks like a sequence of transactions, not a position. Also, how can Ex-Post Balancing Power be for a Future timeslot? I suggest we call the rows of this table Market Transactions, and the net import/export commitment for a given timeslot a Market Position.