Calculation Of The Share Of Energy From Renewable Sources

Original Language Title: Berechnung des Anteils von Energie aus erneuerbaren Quellen

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252. the Federal Minister for science, research and industry, the Federal Minister of agriculture and forestry, environment and water management and regulation of the Federal Minister for transport, innovation and technology concerning the calculation of the share of energy from renewable sources

On the basis of §§ 4, 8, 32 and 74 paragraph 1 Z 9 of the Federal Statistics Act 2000, Federal Law Gazette I no. 163/1999, I no. 40/2014, is last amended by Federal Law Gazette in agreement with the Chancellor and in agreement with the Federal Minister of finance prescribed in terms of § 7 in addition:

Subject

§ 1 subject matter of the regulation is the calculation of the share of energy from renewable sources in the gross final energy consumption in accordance with the methodology and the definitions of Regulation (EC) no 1099/2008 on energy statistics, OJ No. L 304 of 14.11.2008 p. 1, as amended by the amending OJ No. L 41 of February 12, 2009 p. 34, as last amended by Regulation (EC) No. 147/2013, OJ No. L 50 of the 22.02.2013 p. 1, most recently partially replaced by Regulation (EC) No. 431/2014, OJ No. L 131 of the 01.05.2014 p. 1.

Jurisdiction

2. (1) the Federal Statistics Austria (Federal Agency) has carried out an annual calculation of the share of energy from renewable sources in the gross.

(2) the calculation in accordance with this regulation is 1099/2008 data on energy statistics used by the Federal agency based on the for the reporting duties provided for in Annex B of to Regulation (EC) No.

Implementation of Union law

§ 3. This regulation serves the implementation of Directive 2009/28/EC to promote the use of energy from renewable sources and amending and subsequent repealing of directives 2001/77/EC and 2003/30/EC, OJ No. L 140 of the 05.06.2009 p. 16, as amended by the Directive 2013/18/EC, OJ L 158 of the 10.06.2013 S. 230, in regard to the calculation of the share of energy from renewable sources.

Definitions

§ 4. Within the meaning of this regulation means:



1. energy from renewable sources: energy from renewable, non-fossil energy sources are wind, Sun, Aerothermal, geothermal and hydrothermal energy, hydropower, biomass, landfill gas, sewage treatment plant gas and biogas;

2. Aerothermische energy: energy that is stored in form of heat in the ambient air;

3. geothermal energy: energy that is stored in form of heat below the surface of the solid Earth;

4. Hydrothermische energy: energy that is stored in form of heat into surface waters;

5. biomass: the biodegradable part of products, waste and residues of agriculture with organic origin (including vegetal and animal substances), forestry and related industries including fisheries and aquaculture, as well as the biodegradable fraction of waste from industry and households;

6 gross final energy consumption: energy products, industry, transport, households, services including the sector of public services as well as for energy purposes are delivered the agriculture, forestry and fisheries, including electricity caused by the energy industry for the electricity and heat production and heat consumption, and including the distribution and electricity associated with transfer and heat loss;

7th district heating or cooling: the distribution of thermal energy in the form of steam, hot water or chilled liquids, from a central source of production through a network to multiple buildings or facilities for the use of space or process heating or cooling;

8 liquid biofuel: liquid fuels from biomass in accordance with Z 5 be produced and for use for energy purposes, with the exception of transportation, are including electricity, heat and cold;

9 biofuels: liquid or gaseous fuels for transport produced from biomass in accordance with Z 5.

Methodology of the calculation

§ 5 (1) of the gross final energy consumption from renewable sources is calculated as the sum of



1. the gross final energy consumption of electricity from renewable energy sources, 2. the gross final energy consumption of heating and cooling from renewable energy sources, and 3 final energy consumption of energy from renewable sources in the transport sector.

(2) the share of energy from renewable sources is divided by the gross energy from all energy sources, calculated as the gross final energy consumption of energy from renewable sources, and expressed as a percentage.

(3) when calculating the share of energy from renewable sources in the gross final energy consumption, gas, electricity and hydrogen produced from renewable sources only once referred to in paragraph 1 are considered Z 1, 2, or 3. Agricultural raw materials for biofuels and bioliquids which sustainability requirements in accordance with the Ordinance of agricultural raw materials for biofuels and bioliquids and biofuels by 2012, not meeting the sustainability requirements of fuel regulation, will not be considered. This consumption than the 2.5 times energy content of supplied electricity from renewable energy sources is applied in the calculation of the amount of electricity that is generated from renewable energy sources and consumed in road vehicles with electric drive.

(4) for the purposes of paragraph 1 Z 1 is is calculated gross final energy consumption of electricity from renewable energy sources as the amount of electricity, produced from renewable energy sources, excluding the electricity in pumped-storage power plant by previously pumped water. On hybrid systems, the both use fuels from renewable and conventional energy sources, only the share of electricity produced from renewable energy sources is taken into account. The share of each energy source on the basis of its energy content is calculated Hiefür. Electricity generated by hydropower and wind energy is taken into account in accordance with the normalization rules in annex 1.

(5) for the purposes of paragraph 1, Z 2 is the gross final energy consumption for heat and calculated cold unused energy from renewable sources as the amount of district heating and cooling produced from renewable sources, plus the consumption of other energy from renewable sources in the industry, households, in the service sector and the agriculture, forestry and fisheries for heating, cooling and process purposes. On hybrid systems, the both use fuels from renewable and conventional energy sources, only the renewable energy generated heat and cold share is taken into account. The share of each energy source on the basis of its energy content is calculated Hiefür. Aerothermal, geothermal and hydrothermal energy which becomes usable by a heat pump, is considered no. 2 for the purposes of paragraph 1, provided that the final energy output significantly exceeds the for the operation of the heat pump of needed primary energy input. The amount of heat that can be considered as energy from renewable sources within the meaning of this regulation, calculated according to the method laid down in annex 2. Thermal energy generated by passive energy systems where a lower energy consumption in a passive way is achieved through construction or heat generated from renewable energy sources, is not considered for the purposes of paragraph 1 Z 2.

(6) for the purposes of paragraph 1 the following applies to no. 3 the calculation of the final energy reverse belly:



1. in the calculation of the denominator, that is of the total energy consumption in the transport sector, used bio fuel and electricity are included in road and rail transport only petrol, diesel fuel,

2 that is the amount of energy from renewable sources consumed in the transport sector all kinds of energy from renewable sources consumed in all transport modes, are included in the calculation of the counter;

3. when calculating the contribution of electricity generated from renewable energy sources and is consumed in all types of vehicles with electric drive for the purposes of the Nos. 1 and 2, the average share of electricity from is measured renewable energy sources in Austria, two years prior to that year, used. In addition, this consumption than the 2.5 times energy content of supplied electricity from renewable energy sources is applied in calculating the amount of electricity that is generated from renewable energy sources and consumed in electric-powered road vehicles.

(7) as the energy content of fuels listed in annex IX of regulation of fuel 2012 in amended the energy content set out in this annex shall be based.

(8) for the calculation of the share of sector-specific and overall share is to ensure that the statistical data used for it and the European Commission in accordance with Regulation (EC) No. are coherent 1099/2008 submitted statistical data.

Continuity, periodicity, reference period


§ 6. The calculation of the share of energy from renewable sources in accordance with this regulation is to establish annually by 30 November of the calendar year preceding the calendar year by including the year 2020.

Reimbursement of costs

§ 7. The Federal Minister for industry, science and research and the Federal Ministry of agriculture and forestry, environment and water management the Federal have an annual reimbursement of costs, to provide for the first time in the year 2014, amounting to 2.970 euros per year for the calculation in accordance with this regulation. This amount is borne by the Federal Minister for science, research and industry, as well as by the Federal Ministry of agriculture and forestry, environment and water management according to half and is governed by 2015 an annual valorisation of 3%. In the year 2017 are to undergo the cost to carry out the calculation of the share of energy from renewable sources in the gross an evaluation under this regulation, and if required by the Federal Minister for science, research and industry, in consultation with the Federal Chancellor and the Federal Minister of finance for the survey years from 2018 to redefine the Federal Minister for agriculture and forestry, environment and water management and the Federal Minister for transport, innovation and technology. The evaluation results in no increase in costs, the annual 3% valorisation of costs applies up to the expiry of this regulation.

Expiry of

§ 8. This Regulation shall at the end of 31 December 2021 override.

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