Electricity Statistics Regulation 2016

Original Language Title: Elektrizitätsstatistikverordnung 2016

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Regulation of the Federal Minister for Science, Research and the Economy on statistical surveys in the field of the electricity industry (Electricity Statistics Regulation 2016)

On the basis of § 92 of the Electricity Economic and Organization Act 2010 (ElWOG 2010), BGBl. I n ° 110/2010, as last amended by the Federal Law BGBl. I No 174/2013, shall be arranged:

1. Main item

General provisions

Subject of electricity statistics

§ 1. (1) Statistical surveys are to be carried out in the field of the electricity industry, statistics are to be compiled and published in accordance with § 17.

(2) The following statistics shall be compiled:

1.

Day, monthly and annual statistics on the loading of networks, the application and consumption of electrical energy (operating statistics);

2.

Statistics on the plant inventory of network operators and producers (stock statistics);

3.

Statistics on market activity (market statistics);

4.

Statistics on renewable energy sources (statistics on renewable energy sources);

5.

Statistics on the promotion of renewable energy sources (green electricity transport statistics) in accordance with the 2012 Ecoelectricity Act, BGBl. I No 75/2011, as last amended by the BGBl agreement. I N ° 11/2012 (ÖSG 2012);

6.

statistics on the quality of supply (failure and fault statistics and statistics on voltage quality);

7.

Statistics on the non-availability of power stations (non-availability statistics).

Definitions

§ 2. (1) For the purposes of this Regulation, the following definitions shall apply

1.

"levy to end users" means the sum of the measured and/or final consumer consumption by means of a standardised load profile;

2.

"levy for pump storage" means the sum of the determined (measured and/or Delivery to storage power plants for the operation of storage pumps. The levy on the operation of pumps for other types of power plants as storage power stations is not included in the pump flow;

3.

"Logins" means the termination of the energy supply contract and the network use contract;

4.

"working capacity" means the electrical work produced during a period of time from the usable water supply of a hydroelectric power station, assuming full availability, in the case of run-of-the-cycle power stations, the electrical work carried out during a given period of time from the (energy-efficient) usable influx of electrical work;

5.

"gross bottleneck performance" means the bottleneck performance with respect to the generator terminal or the maximum continuous power of an energy-related facility for which it is dimensioned;

6.

"gross power generation" means the electrical energy emitted (measured) at the generator terminals;

7.

"Eigen producer" means a company which, in addition to its (economic) main activity, generates electrical energy for complete (including without recourse to the public network) or partial coverage of its own needs, and which is responsible for this share not being transported through the public network. For the purposes of this Regulation, power stations from public producers who supply self-producers or end-users without the use of the public network shall be considered to be a producer and shall be attributed to the respective location of the egg generator. define as their own self-producers at the end user's location;

8.

"own consumption" means the electrical energy used for production and distribution in power stations, substations and switchgear, including the objects intended for administrative purposes, and in particular for auxiliary propulsion, lighting or heating is used. In the case of power plants, this also includes the energy used when the installation is at a standstill, plus the clamping losses;

9.

"injected production" means the quantity of electrical energy supplied by power stations to the public grid (net electricity generation);

10.

"bottleneck performance" means the maximum continuous power of the entire generating system with all machine sets, which is limited by the most powerful part;

11.

"survey period" means the period over which data to be reported are to be aggregated;

12.

"survey date" means the date and the date on which the survey is to be taken;

13.

"secured power" means the electrical power of a hydropower plant, which, depending on the type of plant, is subject to specified conditions or conditions; is available with a specific probability:

a)

in the case of running power plants, the performance corresponding to the Q95 of the usable inflow during the regular year,

b)

in the case of running power plants with a threshold operation, the performance corresponding to the double usable inflow Q95 in the regular year,

c)

in the case of daily and weekly storage, the performance which corresponds to the three-fold usable inflow Q95 in the regular year.

Q95 is the flow rate that is exceeded for 95% of the days during the regular year;

14.

"size class of reference" means those values in kWh, which relate to the reference to the public network in the last calendar year, which are used for the classification of end consumers;

15.

"Combined Heat and Power (CHP)" means the simultaneous production of thermal, electrical and/or mechanical energy in a process;

16.

"Combined heat and power (CHP) coupling (CHP)" means an extension of the cogeneration, which also serves to generate cooling. The provisions of this Regulation relating to cogeneration plants shall also apply to CHP plants;

17.

"load history" means the performance in a constant time pattern of the power claimed in a defined network of end consumers (customers);

18.

"maximum net heating power" means the heat of the heat transfer medium supplied to the heating network or the district heating network from a thermal power plant with cogeneration;

19.

"net bottleneck performance" means the highest continuous power of an energy-technical facility that can be fed into the public grid;

20.

"resignation" means the conclusion of an energy supply contract in the context of a new network access contract;

21.

"public producer" means all producers of electrical energy, with the exception of the producers of the eggs.

22.

"public network" means an electricity network with a nominal frequency of 50 Hz, which is to be granted access to the network in accordance with the national implementing laws according to § 15 ElWOG 2010;

23.

"regular working capacity" means the working capacity during the regular year;

24.

"location" means one or more of the premises, owned or held by a final consumer, in so far as they form a unit with regard to the economic activity and for which the final consumer is electrical energy, or itself, for the purpose of full or partial coverage of its own needs, and, where appropriate, distributed over its own network at self-expense;

25.

"Consumption for pumped storage" means the electrical work used to drive pumps to promote the storage of water, measured at the pump;

26.

"supply interruption" means the condition in which the voltage at the transfer point over a period of at least one second is less than 5% of the rated voltage, or of the agreed tension.

(2) 'components of use or supply' within the meaning of this Regulation are:

1.

Final consumer (consumer) according to the two consumer categories:

a)

"Households" means end users who use electrical energy primarily for private purposes;

b)

"Non-households", these are end users who use electrical energy primarily for the purposes of their own economic activity.

The two categories of consumers shall be subdivided according to the size of the reference. For the purposes of this Regulation, the allocation or non-allocation of a standard load profile shall not be subject to a mandatory condition to be assigned to one of the two categories of consumer;

2.

Self-consumption for production, including losses of transformers;

3.

Network losses (line and transformer losses);

4.

Self-consumption in the network;

5.

Levy and consumption for pump storage.

(3) 'power plant types' within the meaning of this Regulation are:

1.

Hydroelectric power stations:

a)

Running power stations with and without threshold operation,

b)

Storage power stations, broken down into daily, weekly and annual storage power stations, each with and without pump storage;

2.

Thermal power plants:

a)

with CHP, broken down by technology according to Appendix II to ElWOG 2010,

b)

without CHP,

in addition, raw material-dependent eco-systems must be distinguished;

3.

Photovoltaic systems;

4.

wind power stations;

5.

geothermal systems.

(4) For all other terms, the definitions of Section 7 (1) ElWOG 2010 shall apply.

(5) The physical load flow shall be recorded separately on delivery and delivery (delivery), not anodised. This is particularly the case for the physical exchange of electricity with neighbouring countries (imports and/or imports). Exports), with other control zones (references or ) and for the physical exchange of electricity with the public network (references and/or Taxes).

2. Main piece

Statistics

Section 1

Operating Statistics

Quarterly values

§ 3. (1) The balance sheet group coordinators shall, for the survey period from the month at 0.00 am to the last month of midnight, report as quarterly amounts of energy separately to network operators for the respective control zone:

1.

the total supply to final consumers;

2.

the total supply to final consumers outside the Austrian territory;

3.

the total levy on pumped storage;

4.

network losses (net loss of net losses);

5.

the network losses outside the Austrian territory;

6.

all the production that is fed in;

7.

the entire production, which is fed in, outside the Austrian territory.

Corrections due to the second clearings must be reported immediately. Network operators shall report directly to the E-Control the data corresponding to Z 2, 5 and 7, provided that they are not available to the balance sheet group coordinators.

(2) The network operators shall report as quarterly energy quantities for the survey period from the month of the month at 0.00 am to the last month of midnight on the month of the month:

1.

the production of power stations directly connected to the network levels in accordance with § 63 Z 1 to 3 of the ElWOG 2010, or which have a gross bottleneck output of at least 25 MW, in each case separately according to power stations;

2.

in the case of wind power stations, all the production that is fed;

3.

the physical exchange of electricity with neighbouring countries (imports and/or Exports) via lines of the network levels according to § 63 Z 1 to 3 ElWOG 2010, separated by lines.

Producers shall, where appropriate, provide the network operator with the data in a timely manner and in the required quality.

(3) The producers shall report as quarterly energy quantities for the survey period from the month of the month at 0.00 am to the last month of midnight on the month of the month:

1.

the production directly fed into foreign control zones, as well as the direct reference from foreign control zones for pump storage and self-consumption, in each case separately according to power stations;

2.

the physical exchange of electricity with neighbouring countries (imports and/or Exports) via lines of the network levels according to § 63 Z 1 to 3 ElWOG 2010, in each case separately by line.

(4) For each third Wednesday of a calendar month, the egg generators shall report as quarterly energy quantities for the survey period from 0.00 am to 24.00 hours:

1.

Each location with at least one power plant connected directly to the network level in accordance with § 63 Z 1 to 3 ElWOG 2010 or which has a gross bottleneck performance of at least 25 MW:

a)

for all power stations of the site, gross power generation separately by type of power plant,

b)

the generated production and the reference from the public network,

c)

the direct reference from foreign power plants separately to power plant types,

d)

the consumption of pumped storage;

2.

independently of other survey limits, the sum value of the physical exchange with neighbouring countries (imports and/or Exports) separately to neighbouring countries.

(5) Public producers shall, where appropriate, have the self-producers for power stations which supply self-producers or final consumers directly (without recourse to the public network), data as referred to in paragraph 4 in good time and in the required quality ready to be put. In the event that the final consumer is not a self-producer, the public producer shall, in accordance with Article 2 (1) (7) (7), second sentence, draw up a separate report, separate from the notification as a public producer.

Weekly values

§ 4. The public producers shall report for each Wednesday at 24 a.m.:

1.

the energy content of storage, in each case, relating to the main stage, the water of which is processed in power stations directly connected to the network levels according to § 63 Z 1 to 3 ElWOG 2010 or which have a gross bottleneck output of at least 25 MW , separately after storage;

2.

the level of the fossil primary energy sources for the generation of electrical energy and heat for thermal power stations directly connected to the grid levels in accordance with § 63 Z 1 to 3 ElWOG 2010 or the gross bottleneck performance of shall be at least 25 MW, including the type and quantity, separately from power stations, Locations.

Monthly Values

§ 5. (1) The network operators shall have to report a calendar month for each of the survey periods:

1.

the total supply to the final consumer, including net losses and the total levy on pumped storage;

2.

the total supply of network areas in its own control zone outside the Austrian territory;

3.

in addition, the whole of the fed-in production;

4.

the physical exchange of electricity with neighbouring countries (imports and/or Exports) independent of the respective network level, in each case separately according to neighbouring countries.

(2) For network operators with a supply to final consumers in the last calendar year of less than 50 000 000 kWh, the notification in accordance with paragraph 1 (1) (1) and (3) may be maintained.

(3) The producers who operate at least one power plant in the reporting month, which is directly connected to the network levels according to § 63 Z 1 to 3 ElWOG 2010, or which has a gross bottleneck output of at least 10 MW, shall have power stations for all of the power stations for the Report of a calendar month in each case:

1.

in the case of hydroelectric power stations, the total gross electricity production separately by type of power station;

2.

in the case of running power plants, in addition to the normal working capacity and the working capacity;

3.

in the case of storage power stations, the total consumption of pumped storage, including the corresponding references from the public network;

4.

in the case of thermal power stations, gross electricity generation, heat generation and output and the type and quantity of primary energy sources used for the generation of electrical energy and heat, in each case separately from power station block and primary energy sources, and self-consumption for production, including losses of transformer, with the corresponding references from the public network, in each case separately by location;

5.

in the case of wind power plants (wind farms), photovoltaic installations and geothermal installations, electricity generation (fed production) separately by type of power station;

6.

the connection from the public grid, the direct connection from external power plants and the supply to the public grid.

For recognised green electricity installations, the data reported in accordance with Z 1, 4 and 5 shall be designated and the relevant counting points shall be indicated.

(4) For each calendar month, producers have, irrespective of other limits, the sum value of the physical exchanges with neighbouring countries (imports and/or imports) for each calendar month. Exports) separately to neighbouring countries.

(5) Public producers shall, where appropriate, have the self-producers for power stations which supply otherproducers or final consumers directly (without the use of the public network), data as provided for in paragraph 3 in good time and in the required quality ready to be put. In the event that the final consumer is not a self-producer, the public producer shall, in accordance with Article 2 (1) (7) (7), second sentence, draw up a separate report, separate from the notification as a public producer.

Annual Values

§ 6. (1) The network operators shall each report for the survey period of one calendar year:

1.

the annual values in accordance with § 5 (1);

2.

the supply to the final consumer separately according to network levels according to. Section 63 of the ElWOG 2010, as well as the categories of consumer and the size classes of the reference;

3.

the supply to the final consumer separately according to federal states.

(2) The network operators shall each have to report for the survey date 31. December 24.00:

1.

the number of end users in each case separately according to network levels according to. Section 63 of the ElWOG 2010, as well as the categories of consumer and the size classes of the reference;

2.

the total number of final consumers separated by federal states.

(3) The producers who operate at least one power plant with a gross narrow-pass capacity of at least 1 MW as of 31 December each have a calendar year for each of their power stations, in the case of thermal power stations, for each calendar year. Individual power plant blocks, in all other types of power plants, to report separately according to power stations:

1.

Annual values according to § 5 (3) and (4), where the survey date is 31 December 24.00;

2.

for all power stations, self-consumption, specifying the corresponding reference from the public network;

3.

In the case of thermal power stations, the mean calorific value is also separated according to the power station block and the primary energy carrier used;

4.

for storage power plants, moreover, the generation from pump storage.

For egg generators, the information per location must be reported. For power stations which have been taken out of service before 31 December 24.00, the data shall be reported for the period up to closure.

(4) Public producers shall, where appropriate, have the self-producers for power stations which supply, directly (without the use of the public network), egg generators or final consumers, data as referred to in paragraph 3 in good time and in the required quality ready to be put. In the event that the final consumer is not a self-producer, the public producer shall, in accordance with Article 2 (1) (6), second sentence, draw up a separate notification, which is separate from the notification as a public producer.

Section 2

Inventory Statistics

§ 7. (1) All network operators as well as those producers who operate at least one power plant with a gross bottleneck output of at least 1 MW as at 31 December 24.00 have to report for the relevant survey date 31 December 24.00:

1.

the route and system lengths of installations for the transmission and distribution of electrical energy, separate for the network levels according to § 63 ElWOG 2010, broken down by type of equipment (overhead line, cable);

2.

Number, type and characteristics of the substations and transformers, separated for the network levels according to § 63 ElWOG 2010, broken down by voltage level and according to the type of plant (substations, transformer stations, transformer stations);

3.

The number and maximum possible feeding power of the wind power plants and photovoltaic systems connected to each other in their network.

(2) The producers who operate at least one power plant with a gross narrow-pass capacity of at least 1 MW at 31 December 24h00 shall have at the respective survey date 31 December 24.00 o'clock for all their power stations, in the case of thermal power stations. Separately according to power plant blocks, in all other types of power plants separately according to power plants, to report:

1.

the gross and net bottleneck performance and the date of entry into service and of the last conversion;

2.

in the case of storage power stations, the installed pump capacity;

3.

in the case of storage, the nominal energy content, in each case based on the main stage and separately after storage;

4.

In the case of thermal power plants, the maximum net heating power is also separated according to power station blocks and the maximum storage capacity of primary energy carriers, in each case separately according to primary energy sources.

For recognised green power plants, the reported power stations shall be designated and the associated counting points shall be indicated.

(3) Public producers shall, where appropriate, have the self-producers for power stations which supply self-producers or final consumers directly (without recourse to the public network), data as referred to in paragraph 2 in good time and in the required quality ready to be put. In the event that the final consumer is not a self-producer, the public producer shall, in accordance with Article 2 (1) (7) (7), second sentence, draw up a separate report, separate from the notification as a public producer.

Section 3

Market Statistics

§ 8. (1) Suppliers supplying domestic end-users shall each have to report each category of consumer and size class of the reference:

1.

In each case for the survey periods January to June and July to December, the weighted average price components in Eurocent/kWh:

a)

the pure energy price without taxes and duties,

b)

the taxes, charges, charges, other state-related charges and charges levied on the price of energy, in each case separately for the purpose of such charges or charges, the promotion of electricity generation from renewable energy sources, or in highly efficient combined heat and power plants, the improvement of energy efficiency, the safety and the functioning of the supply, the improvement and/or the maintenance of air quality, climate or the environment;

c)

the turnover tax;

2.

for the survey period of one calendar year:

a)

the supply to the final consumer;

b)

to report the number of final consumers who are supplied with the basic services;

3.

the number of final consumers at the respective survey date of 31 December 24.00.

(2) The network operators shall report:

1.

in each case for the survey period of one calendar month, the changes in the supply of each consumer category and the size class of the reference;

2.

for each survey period January to June and July to December, the weighted average redemption components in Eurocent/kWh per consumer category and size class of the reference:

a)

the system use charges without taxes and charges;

b)

the taxes, charges, charges, other state-related charges and charges levied on the system usage charges, in each case separately for the purpose of such charges or charges, respectively. the promotion of electricity generation from renewable energy sources, or in highly efficient combined heat and power plants, the improvement of energy efficiency, the safety and the functioning of the supply, the improvement and/or the maintenance of air quality, climate or the environment;

c)

the turnover tax;

3.

in each case for the survey period of one calendar year:

a)

the introduced and carried out (access and exits respectively) change of supply in each case separately to supplier,

b)

the new registrations and logins separately by supplier,

c)

the number of shutdowns and the resurgence of the supply after completion of the shutdown, with shutdowns due to late payment and recovery of the supply after disconnection due to late payment in each case to be disclosed separately,

d)

the number of last reminders with registered letter in accordance with § 82 (3) ElWOG 2010;

4.

At the respective survey date 31 December 24.00 clock the number of counting points in each case separately by supplier.

For network operators with a supply to the final consumer in the last calendar year of less than 50 000 000 kWh, the message according to Z 2 may be maintained.

(3) For the survey period, the balance group coordinators shall each report a quarter of an hour from the month at 00.00 a.m. to the last month of midnight per rule zone:

1.

the quantity of the balancing energy as a whole;

2.

the prices of the balancing energy.

Corrections due to the second clearings must be reported immediately.

(4) The balance group coordinators shall, for each calendar month in each rule zone, report the composition of the costs and revenues calculated by the rule-zone leaders in euros for the period of the survey.

Section 4

Statistics on renewable energy sources

§ 9. (1) In addition to the data collected in accordance with § 5 (3) and (4) (monthly values) and § 6 (2) (annual values), E-Control has the data collected for the production of the statistics on renewable energy sources in accordance with § 10 paragraph 6 ÖSG 2012, BGBl. I No 75/2011, to use the data collected.

(2) For the compilation of statistics on renewable energy sources, the operators of raw material-dependent green electricity systems have used the data used for the survey period of one calendar month, respectively. To report heat quantities, broken down according to their own consumption and delivery to third parties.

Section 5

Green electricity transport statistics

§ 10. For the statistics on the promotion of renewable energy sources according to ÖSG 2012 have to report:

1.

the Eco-downstream Unit

a)

quarterly the quantities of electrical energy taken over by the eco-current processing unit;

b)

quarterly the total quantity of the green electricity allocated to the electricity traders and the charges for which they are paid,

c)

quarterly the amount of and expenses for balancing energy, broken down within the meaning of section 37 (4) of the Austrian Energy Law (ÖSG) 2012,

d)

the number of green electricity plants under contract at the beginning of the year and at the end of the year, as well as the number of green power plants that have been removed from the system of support during the course of the year, and

e)

the total congestion at the beginning of the year and at the end of the year under contract of green electricity;

f)

each year the total available funding and quarterly the subsidies paid in accordance with the feed-in tariffs,

g)

annually the funds made available by the countries in accordance with Section 18 (5) of the ÖSG (ÖSG 2012);

2.

the governor of the country, in accordance with § 7 ÖSG 2012 for approved green electricity systems, each separately in each plant, stating the following information:

a)

technical indicators of the plant, such as technology and bottleneck performance,

b)

all country-and, as far as known, municipal and other funding, and

c)

the ecoelectricity bill in an electronically usable format.

3.

the plant operators immediately after they have been put into service, or after the conversion of an approved green power plant, the investment costs for this plant.

6.

Statistics on the quality of supply

Failure and fault statistics

§ 11. In addition to the data collected pursuant to § 6 (1) Z 2 and Section 2 (2) and (2) (2) (2) and § 7 (1) (1) (1) (1), the E-Control has the data collected by it pursuant to § 15 (4) of the Electricity Energy Data Regulation (Electricity-Energy-Data-Regulation 2014). (E-EnLD-VO 2014), BGBl. II No 152/2014..

Statistics on voltage quality

§ 12. For the compilation of the statistics on the voltage quality, the E-Control has the same as in § 14 (3) of the NetzdienstleistungsVO Strom 2012 (END-VO 2012), BGBl. II No 477/2012, as last amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No 192/2013, to use data collected.

Section 7

Non-availability statistics

§ 13. For the preparation of the non-availability statistics, the E-Control has its own pursuant to § 15 (3) of the E-EnLD-VO 2014, BGBl. II No 152/2014..

3. Main piece

Implementation of surveys and evaluations and publications

Implementation of the surveys

§ 14. (1) surveys carried out in the framework of electricity statistics shall be carried out by

1.

the use of administrative and other data of E-Control, in particular of data from the automated database according to § 10 (1) of the ÖSG 2012, of data of the network operators, of the balance group coordinators as well as of the balance sheet groups, the Eco-downstream and regulatory zone guides;

2.

periodic reporting by the companies subject to reporting requirements.

(2) The implementation of statistical surveys and other statistical work is carried out by the E-Control. The data are to be anonymized as soon as a personal reference for the statistical work is no longer necessary.

(3) E-Control shall, at the request of the Federal Statistical Office, transmit electronically to the Bundesanstalt Statistik Austria, free of charge, individual data collected pursuant to this Regulation to the extent that these data are used for the compilation of the short-term economic statistics in the production area, of performance and structural statistics, of statistics on the use of goods, for statistics under the Trade Statistics Act, as well as for accounts and energy balances.

Reporting obligation

§ 15. (1) Reporting obligation is the owner or responsible manager of a reporting company.

For the purposes of this Regulation, notifiable undertakings shall be operators of transmission systems, distribution system operators, balance-sheet group coordinators (clearing houses), balance-sheet groups responsible, public producers, egg generators, Control zone guides, electricity suppliers as well as the settlement site for green electricity.

(3) Data relating to end users-these are, in particular, the quantities of electrical energy, electrical power values, the allocation of end consumers to network levels according to. § 63 ElWOG 2010, to the categories of consumer or to the size classes of the reference, shall be determined by the network operator, to whose network the final consumer is connected, and in the context or for the purposes of the electricity statistics of E-Control and, in particular, the suppliers for the fulfilment of their reporting obligations.

(4) The data forming the subject-matter of the reporting obligation shall be in electronic form using the formats specified by the E-Control (e-mail or other interfaces defined by the E-Control) of the E-Control. ,

Reporting

§ 16. (1) The information in accordance with § 4 (operating statistics-weekly values) must be transmitted by the notifiers to the E-Control by no later than 4:00 p.m. of the working day following the survey date.

(2) The data according to § 6 (operating statistics-annual values), § 7 (stock statistics), § 8 para. 1 Z 2 and 3 and § 8 para. 2 Z 3 and 4 (market statistics-annual values) and § 10 Z 1 lit. d to g (eco-electricity subsidy statistics-annual values) are each to be paid by the reporting persons until 15 February of the survey period, respectively send to the E-Control the following year the survey date.

(3) The information referred to in § 10 Z 2 and 3 (Ecoflow Promotion Statistics-Plant Data) shall be transmitted to E-Control at the latest 90 calendar days after entry into service.

(4) For the information according to § § 11 and 13, the corresponding reporting dates shall apply in accordance with E-EnLD-VO 2014.

(5) For the information in accordance with § 12, the corresponding reporting dates shall apply in accordance with END-VO 2012 idF Novelle 2013.

(6) All other information shall be provided by the party responsible for providing information up to the age of 20. Calendar day of the month of the report, or to transmit the E-Control to the month following the survey date.

(7) Should a Meldetermin gem. Section 2 to 6 shall be transferred to a weekend or a public holiday, so the information shall be transmitted by the person responsible for the information to the E-Control until the next working day.

Evaluation and Publications

§ 17. (1) The data collected under this Regulation shall be:

1.

for the implementation of national and international statistical obligations; and

2.

for publications and previews

is used.

(2) The following publications are to be produced annually by the E-Control and published on the Internet by the end of September of the following year at the latest in a suitable form (in particular tables, graphics and long time series):

1.

Operating statistics, which has to include:

a)

the daily load on the public network and the total current account on the third Wednesday of each month,

b)

the monthly and annual values of the components of the use,

c)

the monthly and annual values of the electrical energy produced (gross power generation), separately for power plant types and primary energy sources, for thermal power plants, moreover, the primary energy input for the generation of electrical energy and heat as annual value,

d)

the monthly and annual values of physical imports and exports, separately by country,

e)

the monthly production coefficient of the running power stations;

f)

the storage capacity and storage capacity of primary energy carriers on Wednesdays as well as the last month;

For data recorded under the age of the year, corresponding publications are to be produced by the E-Control at least quarterly and published on the Internet in a suitable form (in particular tables and graphics);

2.

Inventory statistics, which have to include:

a)

the inventory of equipment for the transmission and distribution of electrical energy, broken down by network level in accordance with § 63 of the ElWOG 2010, broken down by type of plant,

b)

the stock of power stations, broken down by power plant types and narrow-pass performance classes,

c)

the monthly and annual values of the normal working capacity of the running power stations;

d)

the nominal energy content of storage, referred to the respective main stage,

e)

the maximum net heating capacity and maximum storage capacity of primary energy sources in thermal power stations, in each case separately by primary energy sources;

3.

Market statistics, which have to include:

a)

the weighted price evolution, broken down by consumer category and by size class of reference,

b)

the seasonal and regional development of the change of supply, broken down by network, on the one hand, and by categories of consumer on the other, and by size-classes of the reference,

c)

the seasonal and regional development of the number of final consumers supplied on the basis of basic services, the number of final warnings and the number of shutdowns and the resumption of supply after disconnection, broken down by consumer categories,

d)

the market shares of the suppliers, broken down by consumer category and size of the reference,

e)

the annual values of the components of the levy (consumer structure in the public network) and the number of final consumers at the end of the year, in each case separately according to the categories of consumer and the size classes of the reference, and according to network areas and network levels in accordance with the provisions of the Directive. § 63 ElWOG 2010;

4.

Statistics on renewable energy sources, which have to include:

a)

the monthly values (in the case of recognised installations measured in the case of load) and annual values (for non-load-measured recognised installations) of the total produced and of recognised green electricity systems (§ 5 para. 1 Z 23 in conjunction with § 7 ÖSG 2012) production, broken down by type of power plant or primary energy sources,

b)

the monthly values (in the case of recognised installations measured in the case of load) and annual values (for non-load-measured recognised installations) of the production fed by small-scale hydropower plants (up to 10 MW of congestion),

c)

the monthly and annual values of the total electrical energy and heat produced in thermal power stations with cogeneration, indicating the thermal output and the congestion, the primary energy input and technical characteristics (efficiencies);

5.

Eco-electricity production statistics, which have to include:

a)

the monthly and annual values of the production of recognised green electricity installations,

b)

the number of green power plants in the course of the year,

c)

the development of the financial management of green electricity production, including the cost of balancing energy;

6.

Failure and fault statistics, which have to be separated according to network and voltage levels as well as from a regional point of view:

a)

the network operators concerned,

b)

the average and longest duration of supply interruptions,

c)

the number of network users affected,

d)

the cause of the supply interruption (the outage),

e)

the estimated amount of electrical energy affected by the supply disruption (failure);

f)

reliability indicators,

g)

the average duration of restoration of supply;

7.

Statistics on voltage quality, which have to be separated according to network levels as well as from a regional point of view:

a)

the network operators involved,

b)

the number of measurements and metrocities carried out,

c)

the duration of the measurements,

d)

the results of the measurements on the characteristics of the voltage in public electricity supply networks in accordance with the characteristics described in the contract (e.g. in the General Terms and Conditions);

8.

Non-availability statistics, which shall include:

a)

in the case of heat and storage power plants, the performance, working and time indicators of non-availability, broken down by type of power station, as well as by age and performance classes,

b)

in the case of running power plants, the monthly standard work capacity, the assured performance and the expected values of the production on the basis of long-standing time series of quarterly production,

c)

in the case of wind power plants, the availability indicators on the basis of long-standing time series of the quarter-hourly feed-in.

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4. Main piece

Transitional and final provisions

§ 18. (1) This Regulation shall enter into force with the day following the presentation.

(2) With the entry into force of this Regulation, the Electricity Statistics Regulation 2007, BGBl. II No 284/2007. However, it is based on pending statistical work for the period of 1. January 2015 to 31 December 2015 continue to apply.

(3) The network operators shall, for the date of entry into force of this Regulation, also report the number of counting points in accordance with § 8 (2) (4) (4).

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