Electricity-Energy Steering Data Regulation 2014, E Enld Vo 2014

Original Language Title: Elektrizitäts-Energielenkungsdaten-Verordnung 2014, E-EnLD-VO 2014

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152. E-Control Regulation concerning the reporting of data concerning the preparation of the management measures to ensure the supply of electricity and the implementation of a monitoring of security of supply in the electricity sector (Electricity-Energy-Energy-Data-Regulation 2014, E-EnLD-VO 2014)

Pursuant to Section 15 (3) of the Energy Law 2012 (EnLG 2012), BGBl. I No 41/2013, shall be arranged:

Section 1

General

Definitions

§ 1. (1) For the purposes of this Regulation, the term:

1.

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

2.

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

3.

"registered exchange timetable (day-ahead)" by the accounting group responsible at the respective rule zone guide and external road map, which is declared and is confirmed by this confirmed rule zone limit;

4.

"work assets" means the electrical work which can be generated during a period of time from the usable water supply of a hydroelectric power station, assuming full availability, or in the case of running power plants, the electrical work which can be produced during a specified period from the (energy)-usable inflow;

5.

"critical events" means events which are not expected to be carried out during the operation of transmission and distribution systems and which would also not be able to withstand interference-free conditions with sufficient care and which are carried out by the operators concerned; energy-relevant events or conditions which would not be included in forecasts under standard conditions;

6.

"gross bottleneck performance" means the maximum possible electrical continuous power of the entire generating system, which is limited by the most vulnerable part, with all the machine sets with respect to the generator terminal or the generator terminal, respectively. the maximum continuous power of an energy-related facility according to which it is dimensioned, named or ordered;

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.

Power stations of public producers who supply self-producers or end-users directly (without recourse to the public network) shall be considered to be a producer of the egg and shall be subject to the respective location of the egg producer. , or to be defined as an own producer at the end user's location.

ÖBB-Infrastruktur Aktiengesellschaft is considered to be an egg producer;

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, heating . 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 produced from power stations into the public grid;

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" shall be the date on which the survey has to be taken;

13.

"planned generation of power plants" means the most technically and economically reasonable under the given (current) framework conditions and with the exhaustion of all open spaces. the most favourable planned use of own power stations;

14.

"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;

15.

"large consumer" means all consumers with an average monthly consumption of at least 500 000 kWh in the previous calendar year, whether this consumption is wholly or partly based on the public network or in its own country, Power plants are generated. The self-consumption of power plants, the consumption of pumped storage, own consumption and losses in the public grid as well as the levy on sub-storage and/or storage are not considered to be large-scale consumers. downstream networks;

16.

"Kaltreserve" means the power plant performance which is not taken into account in the normal operating regime of the balance sheet group within the four-week period of preparation, but which, however, for special cases with correspondingly longer starting times, but at the latest within is available for 72 hours;

17.

"combined heat and power (CHP)" means the simultaneous production of thermal energy and electrical and/or mechanical energy in a process;

18.

"Combined heat and power (CHP)" means an extension of the combined heat and power generation (CHP), which is also used for cold production. The provisions of this Regulation relating to cogeneration plants shall also apply to cogeneration plants, mutas or other than those used in cogeneration plants;

19.

"load history" means the representation of the performance in a defined network of customers, which is carried out in a constant time pattern;

20.

"maximum net heating power" of a combined heat and power plant with the heat of the heat transfer system supplied to the (Fern) heat network from the plant;

21.

"Maximum and minimum use of production" means the possible bandwidth for the planned generation of power plants;

22.

"downstream network" means, with the exception of the transmission network, any network connected directly to a subordinated network via interconnectors or indirectly via transformers or other networks. A network, which is both below and downstream, is considered to be a subordinated network;

23.

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

24.

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

25.

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

26.

"Realised exchange timetable (last intra-day)" of the rule zone guide for an external road map, which is confirmed once and for every quarter of an hour;

27.

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

28.

"rule zone limit" means the summary of the transfer points associated with a particular adjacent rule zone;

29.

"location" means one or more of the related premises, owned or held by a consumer, in so far as they form a unit for the economic activity and for which the consumer is electrical energy, or even for the full or partial coverage of its own needs, and, where appropriate, distributed over its own network at self-expense. For the ÖBB-Infrastruktur Aktiengesellschaft, the entire 16.7 Hz network is considered to be a location;

30.

"Sub-storage network" means any network connected directly to the transmission network via connecting lines or indirectly via transformers or other networks. A network, which is both below and downstream, is considered to be a subordinated network;

31.

"supply interruption" means the state in which the voltage at the transfer point is less than 5% of the rated voltage or the agreed tension;

(2) "Components of the use/disposal (end-user groups)" within the meaning of this Regulation are:

1.

load-measured end-users, these are final consumers with an annual reference of at least 100,000 kWh or a connection power of at least 50 kW. These are also broken down by size class of the reference,

2.

non-load-measured end-users, which are final consumers with an annual reference of less than 100,000 kWh or a connection power of less than 50 kW. These are also broken down according to size class of the reference and according to the following groups:

a)

households,

b)

Industry,

c)

agriculture,

d)

Others;

3.

Self-consumption for production. Transformer losses;

4.

Network losses (line and transformer losses);

5.

Self-consumption in the network;

6.

Consumption of pumped storage.

For the purposes of this Regulation, the allocation of a standard load profile shall not be subject to a mandatory condition, to the measured load or to the load. to be assigned to the non-load-measured end-users.

(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 combined heat and power generation, broken down by technology according to Appendix II to ElWOG 2010,

b)

without combined heat and power;

3.

Photovoltaic systems;

4.

wind power stations;

5.

geothermal systems.

(4) The regional classification of supply areas is carried out with the appropriate application of the degree of urbanisation of the Office for Official Publications of the European Communities (eurostat) and distinguishes:

1.

predominantly rural areas;

2.

intermediate areas and

3.

predominantly urban areas.

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

Section 2

Current and historical data

Quarter-hour daily surveys

§ 2. (1) In each case at the latest by 2:00 p.m. of the following working day, the network operators shall report amounts of energy for the reporting period from 0.00 am to midnight of the reporting day as a quarter-hour:

1.

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;

2.

the physical exchange of electricity with other domestic control zones (references and/or Charges) via lines of the network levels according to § 63 Z 1 to 3 ElWOG 2010, in each case separately by line;

3.

for power stations directly connected to the network levels according to § 63 Z 1 to 3 of the ElWOG 2010, or having a gross narrow-pass capacity of more than 25 MW, the fed-in generation as well as the levy for pumped storage in each case separately according to power stations and

4.

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

Producers shall, where appropriate, provide the network operator with the data in accordance with Z 3 and 4 in a timely manner and in the required quality.

(2) In each case at the latest by 4:00 p.m. of the following day, the rule zone guides for the survey period shall be reported as quarterly amounts of energy from 0.00 am to midnight of the reporting day:

1.

the total load (total supply to end users in the control zone);

2.

the total production (net feed-in of power plants to the control zone);

3.

the exchange schedules (imports and exports) realized with foreign control zones separately according to balance sheet groups and foreign rule zones (last intra-day).

Quarter-hour-Monthly surveys

§ 3. (1) In each case at the latest by 20. The calendar day of the following month shall be reported as a quarterly energy quantity for the survey period from the month of the month at 0.00 am to the last month of midnight:

1.

From the network operators:

a)

the supply to large consumers, in each case separately according to the counting points,

b)

the entire supply of network areas in its own control zone outside the Austrian Federal territory,

c)

the values referred to in § 2 in each case as a complete set of data and in addition the monthly sum;

2.

From producers, the production directly fed into foreign control zones, in each case separately according to power stations;

3.

From the balance group coordinators in each case separately to network operators:

a)

the total supply to final consumers;

b)

the total levy on pumped storage,

c)

network losses (levy to the balance sheet group established for the purpose of determining network losses),

d)

the sum value of the generated output.

(2) corrections on the basis of the second clearing shall be reported immediately.

Wednesday surveys

§ 4. (1) Each Thursday shall be reported by the public producers for the time of the survey 24:00 o clock of the previous day at the latest by 12.00 noon:

1.

the energy content of storage at the main stage, the water of which shall be processed in 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 more than 25 MW , can be separated after saving. Shares which are not available for domestic needs by long-term contracts with foreign partners are to be dismissed separately;

2.

the storage level of the primary energy sources intended for the generation of electrical energy and heat for thermal power stations directly connected to the network levels according to § 63 Z 1 to 3 ElWOG 2010 or a gross bottleneck output of more than 25 MW , with indication of type and quantity, in each case separately according to power stations or Locations.

(2) In each case at the latest by up to 20. The calendar day of the following month shall be reported by the self-producers for each third Wednesday of a calendar month:

1.

for all power stations of a site with at least one power plant connected directly to the network levels in accordance with § 63 Z 1 to 3 of the ElWOG 2010 or which has a gross bottleneck performance of at least 25 MW for the survey period from 0.00 am to 24.00 Clock as a quarter-hour energy quantity:

a)

gross electricity production, separated by type of power station,

b)

the generated production and the reference to the public network;

c)

the reference from foreign power plants,

d)

the consumption of pumped storage;

2.

for each location with at least one power plant connected directly to the network levels according to § 63 Z 1 to 3 ElWOG 2010 or which has a gross bottleneck performance of at least 25 MW, for the survey time 24.00:

a)

the energy content of storage which is related to the main stage, the water of which can be processed in power stations subject to reporting requirements, separately after storage. Shares which are not available for domestic needs by means of long-term contracts with foreign partners are to be dismissed separately,

b)

the fuel storage level of thermal power stations, separated by primary energy sources;

3.

regardless of all other survey limits for the survey period from 0.00 am to midnight, quarterly energy quantities of the physical exchange with neighbouring countries (imports and/or other sources) for the period from 0.00 am to midnight Exports) in each case separately to neighbouring countries.

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

Monthly surveys

§ 5. In each case at the latest by 20. The calendar day of the following month shall be reported for the survey period from the month of the month at 0.00 am to the last month of the month:

(1) From the network operators:

1.

the total supply to final consumers, separated by federal states;

2.

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

3.

the total supply to all the performance-measured customers, with the exception of the supply to large consumers and to the rail network;

4.

the total supply to large consumers, with the exception of the supply to the rail network;

5.

the physical exchange of electricity with the railway network (reference and delivery), in each case separately after transfer points (converter systems);

6.

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.

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 1 may be maintained.

(2) Network operators with a levy in the previous calendar year of less than 50 000 000 kWh may each be 31. January 31 and 31 July, the values referred to in paragraph 1 shall be transmitted as quarterly figures for the past half-year.

(3) Public producers who operate at least one power plant in the reporting month, 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, at hydroelectric power stations in each case separately according to power stations and in the case of thermal power stations, each separately according to power plant blocks:

1.

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

2.

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

3.

in the case of thermal power stations, the total gross power generation and, in the case of combined heat and power plants, the net heat generation and the heat output in each case separately from the power station block and the primary energy sources;

4.

in the case of wind power plants (wind farms), photovoltaic systems and geothermal plants, power generation (feed-in) separately by type of power plant.

(4) From the self-generators for all power stations of a site with at least one power plant connected directly to the network levels according to § 63 Z 1 to 3 ElWOG 2010 or which has a gross bottleneck power of at least 10 MW:

1.

the contents of the survey in accordance with § 4 (2);

2.

total self-consumption of production, including losses of transformers;

3.

in the case of plants with combined heat and power, the net heat generation and the heat output.

(5) The physical exchange of electricity with neighbouring countries (imports and/or imports), irrespective of the other limits of the collection, is independent of all other sources of the electricity. Exports) in each case separately from each neighbouring country.

(6) Public producers shall, where appropriate, have the self-producers for power stations which supply self-producers or end-users 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 1 (1) (1) (7), second sentence, draw up a separate notification, which is separate from the notification as a public producer.

Surveys of 15. October

§ 6. At the latest by 15. October each year must be reported:

1.

by network operators for final consumers with the same billing address, which, in total over all the counting points, referred to at least 6 000 000 kWh in the period from 1 September of the previous year to 31 August of the current year from the network, Company and address (invoice address) of the company, the counting point name (s) and the respective annual reference.

2.

in each case separately from the major consumers at the survey date of 31 August 24:00 o'clock, each separately:

a)

name and address as well as the corresponding count name (s);

b)

economic activity (s) in accordance with the classes of NACE (as amended);

c)

Performance and quantity data on the supply and use of electricity in the last twelve months,

d)

Information on existing technical equipment for the automatic or manual reduction of consumption, or Reference to electrical energy.

Year-on-year surveys

§ 7. (1) The network operators and producers shall each have at the survey date of December 31, midnight for the network levels in accordance with § 63 Z 1 to 3 ElWOG 2010 at the latest by 15. To report the fevers of the year following the survey date:

1.

the inventory of lines, indicating routes and system lengths, the number of systems and conductor bundles, and the distinction between cable and overhead lines, each separately, with a unique system number;

2.

the maximum continuous current per operating medium (e.g. busbar separator, circuit breaker, converter, line separator, auxiliary rail separator, line stranding, etc.) as well as the single-pole circuit diagrams for each switching and switching mechanism (thermal power supply) transmission plan) and

3.

the stock of substations and transformers, indicating the number and power, each separately for each network level and voltage level, and according to the type of plant (substations, substations, transformer stations);

(2) The network operators shall each have at the survey date 31. December 24.00 o'clock at the latest by 15. To report the fevers of the year following the survey date:

1.

the number of end users in each case separately according to network levels according to. Section 63 of the ElWOG 2010 and in the case of non-load-measured end consumers separately according to the end user groups according to § 1 (2) Z 2 and size classes of the reference as well as in the case of final consumers measured by load according to the size classes of the reference;

2.

the number of load-measured and non-load-measured end-users in each case separately according to federal states.

(3) The network operators shall each have a survey period of 1. Jänner 0.00 am until 31st December 24:00 o'clock at the latest by 15. Report the feber of the year following the reporting year:

1.

the supply to the final consumer separately according to network levels according to. § 63 ElWOG 2010 as well as the components of the use/levy, the latter in the case of non-load-measured end consumers separately according to end-user groups according to § 1 para. 2 Z 2 and size classes of the reference as well as at load-speed measured end-users by size class of the reference;

2.

In addition, the supply of load-measured and non-load-measured final consumers separately to the federal states.

(4) Producers who operate at least one power plant with a gross narrow-pass capacity of at least 1 MW as at 31 December of the reporting year shall be entitled to the reference period of 1 January 2007. Jänner 0.00 am until 31st December 24:00 o'clock for all their power stations, in the case of thermal power stations in each case based on individual power plant blocks, in all other types of power plants, in each case separately according to power stations by the latest by 15. Report the feber of the year following the reporting year:

1.

in the case of thermal power stations, gross electricity generation separately from the primary energy sources used and the reference to own needs from the public grid;

2.

In the case of thermal power plants with combined heat and power generation, the net heat generation in accordance with the primary energy sources used as well as the heat emission into a district heating network;

3.

in the case of hydroelectric power stations, gross electricity production and the reference to own resources from the public network;

4.

in the case of storage power stations, the self-consumption for pumped storage, indicating the corresponding references from the public network;

5.

in wind power plants or wind farms, photovoltaic plants and geothermal power plants, the production of the power fed;

6.

by the self-producers in addition to the link from the public network and the net feed into the public network per location.

(5) The producers who operate at least one power plant with a gross narrow-pass capacity of at least 1 MW at 31 December of the reporting year shall, for each of their power stations, in the case of thermal power stations, have at least one power station for the survey date of 31 December 24:00. in relation to individual power station blocks, in all other types of power plants, in each case separately according to power stations, at the latest by 15. To report the fevers of the year following the survey date:

1.

the gross and net close-up performance and the date of entry into service and of the last conversion;

2.

the duration of the starting process under different operating conditions as well as the maximum lead time to reach the operational readiness (both technically and organizationally);

3.

the number, output and type of emergency power plants associated with power stations;

4.

in the case of hydroelectric power stations, the annual regular working capacity;

5.

in the case of running power stations and in the case of daily and weekly storage power stations, in addition, the secured performance;

6.

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

7.

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

8.

In the case of thermal power plants, the maximum net heating power and the maximum storage capacity of primary energy sources are also separated according to primary energy sources.

(6) 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 end users, data in accordance with paragraphs 4 and 5 in good time and in the necessary Quality ready to be provided. In the event that the final consumer is not a self-producer, the public producer shall, in accordance with Article 1 (1) (1) (7), second sentence, draw up a separate notification, which is separate from the notification as a public producer.

Section 3

Preview Data

Day previews

§ 8. (1) Every day at 5.30 p.m. at the latest, starting at 0.00 am the following day shall be reported as quarterly performance averages for the next 24 hours:

1.

by the accounting group responsible:

a)

the aggregate of the planned power plant generation,

b)

the aggregates of the potential output and sublimits of production, taking into account, in particular, possibly planned non-availabilities, energy and/or energy, Water supply or technical or technical other limitations,

c)

the aggregate of the Kaltreserve,

d)

the pump current insert or the reference for pumped storage;

2.

by the transmission system operators of the course of the load on their own network;

3.

The operators of subordinated networks of the load profile in their own network and, if need be, in downstream networks.

The data can be reported as quarterly performance averages before weekends and holidays up to and including the next working day 24.00 clock.

(2) From the rules zone guides, quarterly performance averages are to be reported each day, starting at 6 p.m. at the latest, starting at 0.00 am the following day for the next 24 hours:

1.

Report the exchange schedules (imports and exports) declared with foreign control zones separately according to balance sheet groups and foreign control zones (day-ahead);

2.

the load forecast (net supply in the regulatory zone);

3.

the forecast of the total production (net feed-in of power plants to the control zone).

Four-week previews

§ 9. (1) Once a week, the following four weeks shall be reported as quarterly performance averages for each Wednesday of the following four weeks at the latest by Wednesday 16.00:

1.

the data pursuant to § 8 (1) (1) (1) of the group responsible for the group

2.

the data referred to in Article 8 (1) (2) of the Directive by the transmission system operators;

3.

the data referred to in Article 8 (1) (3) of the network shall be used by the operators of sub-networks.

(2) The reports referred to in paragraph 1 shall be based on working day conditions for each Wednesday.

Obligations of balance sheet group members and responsible persons

§ 10. (1) The balance sheet group members shall provide the balance sheet group responsible for the values necessary for the determination of the data in accordance with § 8 (1) and § 9 (1) in good time and in the required quality. The corresponding power plant data must be reported in each case by those accounting group responsible in whose balance sheet group the real power plant deployment (effective use) is carried out.

(2) A documentation of the assumptions made in order to comply with the reporting requirements in accordance with § 8 and § 9 is to be transmitted once a year on request of E-Control.

Annual previews

§ 11. Public producers shall report to storage power plants and thermal power stations directly connected to the network levels in accordance with § 63 Z 1 to 3 ElWOG 2010, or which have a gross bottleneck capacity of more than 25 MW:

1.

In each case at the latest by 1 August for the following calendar year, revision plans in the daily grid, indicating the revised performance, for storage power plants, in each case separately by power stations and for thermal power stations, in each case separately by block;

2.

in each case at the latest by 1 August for the following calendar year, availability plans in the daily grid, indicating the necessary lead time between the service call and the possible feed-in in hours and the maximum possible maximum possible Feed-in power, for storage power plants separately according to power stations and for thermal power stations, each separated by blocks;

3.

without delay, any modification of the revision plans notified in accordance with Z 1, corresponding to a change in the revised performance by at least 25 MW and a postponement of the planned revision date (commencement or end) by at least 24 hours;

4.

without delay, any change in the annual availability plans notified in accordance with Z 2, including a change in the reported lead-time between the call for benefits and a possible feed-in by at least 12 hours, or a change in the maximum possible the feed-in capacity shall be at least 25 MW;

5.

without delay, all failures, for which a duration of at least 24 hours is to be assumed and which have a capacity of at least 25 MW, for storage power stations separately according to power stations and for thermal power stations, in each case separately by block.

Section 4

Advanced Data Messages

Obligation to provide information on the occurrence of critical events

§ 12. (1) In the event of a critical event, the control zone guides have to report in the transmission network:

1.

direct technical information on the occurrence of the event, including, in particular, the foreseeable effects on the transmission network and the expected duration;

2.

for the duration of the critical event every day until 6 p.m., an assessment of the situation, indicating, in particular, the foreseeable effects and the expected duration.

(2) In the event of a critical event in the distribution network which could have a serious impact on the transmission system, the subordinate network operators shall report directly to the control zone information in accordance with paragraph 1 (1) (1) (1).

(3) The balance sheet groups shall have an adverse effect on the control zone leader in the settlement of commercial transactions which could lead to a significant need for balancing energy.

(4) The electricity exchange has to report restrictions on the settlement of commercial transactions via the electricity exchange with regard to the control zone guide.

(5) Public producers shall report the information in accordance with Article 11 (1) at the same time to the respective control zone guide.

(6) Notifications in accordance with paragraphs 1 to 4 are independent of the occurrence of a critical event or an impairment or a negative effect. Limitation in the settlement of commercial transactions annually for the 15. The European Parliament and the Council

Extended data reporting in the event of restriction of contractual deliveries of natural gas

§ 13. (1) Is the restriction of contractual deliveries of natural gas pursuant to § 1 paragraph 1 Z 7 G-EnLD-VO 2014 (BGBl. II No. 151/2014) more than 30%, are to report on the order of E-Control the following data:

1.

by the balance sheet group responsible daily by 2.30 p.m. at the latest for power stations that are directly connected to the network levels according to § 63 Z 1 to 3 ElWOG 2010 or which have a gross bottleneck performance of at least 25 MW:

a)

beginning at 0.00 am the following day for the next 24 hours as quarterly performance averages, the generation and pumping timetables,

b)

in the case of gas-fired power stations, the power plant block-related roadmaps;

2.

A stand-alone situation description and evaluation as well as ehestpossible, usually within two hours after the request, a situation assessment based on by the E-Control, from the control zone guides daily by no later than 4 p.m. predefined scenarios.

(2) The reporting obligations referred to in paragraph 1 shall remain in force for a period of three working days from the date on which the import restriction has last been passed in accordance with paragraph 1.

(3) Data referred to in paragraph 1 are independent of the occurrence of an import restriction according to paragraph 1 annually for the 15. October 2008.

(4) Is the restriction of contractual supplies of natural gas pursuant to § 1 (1) (1) (7) (7)
G-EnLD-VO 2014 (BGBl. II No. 151/2014) more than 30%, are to be immediately announced on the order of E-Control changes to the information pursuant to § 8 para. 1, to report the information according to § 9 para. 1 daily for the following 7 calendar days and to provide the information in accordance with § 11 of Update.

Crisis enhancements

§ 14. (1) If the conditions pursuant to § 4 (1) EnLG 2012 are fulfilled, the E-Control may in particular:

1.

order the reporting of the data pursuant to § 2 (1) and § 3 (1) Z 1 and Z 2 in each case within the next quarter of an hour;

2.

Arrange the reporting of the data pursuant to § 4 (1) every day until 12 pm;

3.

the reporting of the data in accordance with § 4 (2) each Thursday for the previous day and/or Arrange every day until 12 o'clock;

4.

Arrange the reporting of the data according to § 6 Z 2, § 7 Abs 2 and Abs 5, § 11, § 15 para. 5 as well as § 16 in each case currently;

5.

Arrange the reporting of the data according to § 8 and § 9 at shorter intervals as well as for a longer preview horizon.

(2) Data in accordance with paragraph 1 are independent of the existence of the conditions pursuant to § 4 (1) EnLG 2012 per year for the 15. October 2008.

Section 5

Arrangements for the event of a crisis

Monitoring of security of supply

§ 15. (1) For the purposes of the monitoring of security of supply, the following shall be reported at the latest by 30 April at the latest on the date of 15 April:

1.

by public producers and by the self-producers, the power stations being planned and under construction, as well as planned out-of-operations, decommissioning or consertations, indicating the expected start-up and/or commissioning of the plant. Non-commissioning and power-plant-related technical indicators in accordance with § 7 (5), in the case of conserving of thermal power plant blocks, also the lead time for the re-operational readiness (both technically and also In each case separately from power plants (projects);

2.

by the network operators, the lines of the network levels being planned and under construction in accordance with § 63 Z 1 to 3 of the ElWOG 2010, indicating the expected commissioning date and the voltage level, the thermal limit services and the number of Systems, in each case separately by line (projects).

(2) For the purposes of monitoring security of supply, transmission system operators and operators of sub-networks for the network levels referred to in Article 63 (1) to (3) of the ElWOG 2010 shall, at the latest by 15 March 2010 at the latest, be The following year, for the period of 1. Jänner 0.00 am to 31 December 24:00 and to report at least for the following two years, at least for the following year:

1.

a description of the maintenance and extension programmes carried out and planned, including a general description of the maintenance and extension strategies, broken down by voltage levels and operating resources;

2.

a description of the measures taken to service demand peaks and to deal with the failures of one or more suppliers, in particular information on generation and load management, contractual terms and conditions, and Network reconstruction concepts including planned changes and adaptations.

(3) In addition, for the purposes of monitoring security of supply, the availability of electricity generation plants shall be determined:

1.

by the public producers at the latest by 15. Feber of the survey period or the following year for power stations which are 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, separately for thermal power stations, according to the following year: Power plant blocks and for all other power plant types separately according to power plants:

a)

for storage power plants and thermal power stations for the survey period of 1. From 00.00 to 31 December 24:00, the date of entry into service and the last conversion, the operating time, the planned and unplanned (unintended) non-availabilities, indicating the beginning and end of each event, the respective Reduction of performance and of the respective cause (planned or unplanned);

b)

for running power stations as well as for daily and weekly storage power stations, the monthly regular work assets and the secured performance at 31 December 24:00;

2.

by the network operators no later than 20. Calendar day of the survey period or Survey date of the following month for the respective 15. Calendar day of one month 24.00 clock the maximum possible feeding power of the wind power plants and photovoltaic systems connected in their network. Network operators with a supply to final consumers in the previous calendar year of less than 50 000 000 kWh may be subject to the data at the latest by 20 July, or 20. January for the last six months.

(4) For the purpose of monitoring security of supply, network operators shall also be responsible for determining the availability of networks at the latest by 15. Feber of the year following the survey period for the survey period of 1. Jänner 00.00 o'clock to 31st December 24:00 every supply interruption of more than one second duration, indicating the cause, the causing and affected network and voltage level (s), the beginning and the duration of the Supply interruption, the number and power (MVA) of the affected substations (installations), the number of network users concerned and the respective power and energy affected, in each case separately according to voltage levels, according to the regional Classification of supply areas and end user groups (components of use/ Tax) should be notified. The quantity of electrical energy affected by the failure is to be estimated by suitable methods.

(5) For the purposes of monitoring security of supply, public producers shall, at the latest by 15 December for the reporting date 31 December and no later than 15 May for the reporting date 30 May of the year under review, shall be subject to the following conditions: Those power stations which are contractually bound in the long term in accordance with Article 14 of the final paragraph of 2012 EnLG for the provision of reserves for other control zones with defined benefit, separately by power stations and by indicating the respective performance concerned as well as the period of validity (beginning and end).

Contact persons and persons responsible for crisis

§ 16. (1) Companies subject to notification shall have to be registered at the latest by 15. to report the persons responsible for the collection and transmission of data and report their contact details. If the persons displayed are divorced from the company or if the advertisement is revoked, the persons now responsible and their contact details are to be notified immediately.

(2) regular zone guides, network operators and producers who operate at least one power plant connected directly to the network levels according to § 63 Z 1 to 3 ElWOG 2010, or which has a gross bottleneck output of more than 25 MW, as well as large consumers and In each case, balance-group managers shall have no later than 15. The report will be published in October by those persons who are responsible for the implementation of management measures, and to report their contact details. These persons must have the appropriate authority to implement the steering measures and, in the event of the preconditions pursuant to § 4 (1) of the Energy Law Act 2012, must be reached or represented within the framework of the of a reasonable period of time. If the persons displayed are divorced from the company or if the advertisement is revoked, the persons now responsible and their contact details are to be notified immediately.

(3) regular zone guides, network operators and producers who operate at least one power station directly connected to the network levels in accordance with § 63 Z 1 to 3 ElWOG 2010, or which has a gross bottleneck output of more than 25 MW, and In each case, balance-group managers shall have no later than 15. (n) and contact details of a post which can be reached at any time in the event of a crisis, which may contact the group of persons referred to in paragraph 2. Changes to this at any time can be made immediately known.

Exercises

§ 17. From the E-Control all two years of exercises can be arranged under the assumption of crisis scenarios. For this purpose, the extended data messages according to § § 12, 13 and 14 may be arranged for the period of a calendar week.

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Data Messages

Reporting and disclosure requirements

§ 18. (1) Reporting companies within the meaning of this Regulation are balance sheet group coordinators, balance sheet groups responsible, egg generators, large consumers, network operators, public producers, rule zone guides, power exchanges as well as balance sheet group members.

(2) The holder or the body responsible for the external representation of a reporting company shall be subject to information.

(3) The content of the survey in accordance with § 2 to § 16 shall apply mutationally to network areas which are not covered by a transmission network of the companies mentioned in § 23 para. 1 ElWOG 2010. In the absence of a clearing house concessioned for these regulatory areas (Section 3 (1) of the Incorporation Act), the reporting requirements shall be met by the local network operators.

Data Formats

§ 19. All data are to be transmitted to the E-Control in electronic form. directly on an electronic input platform set up by the E-Control. The formats or the input platform is defined by the E-Control and is made available in electronic form on the Internet.

Transfer and use of data

§ 20. (1) Data collected on the basis of this Regulation may be used exclusively for the purposes provided for in the EnLG 2012.

(2) In accordance with § 15 (9) EnLG 2012 are:

1.

The country's main men for the enforcement of § 21 EnLG 2012 (national consumption quotas) on request the following consumption data for the end users located in their respective country area in the network areas with a nominal frequency of 50 Hz shall be made available in electronic form by means of uniform forms:

a)

Daily gait lines or aggregated daily or weekly totals in accordance with § 3 para. 1 Z 3 lit. a to lit. c,

b)

Monthly totals according to § 5 (1) Z 1 to Z 5,

c)

Annual totals according to § 7 (2) and (3), if applicable, by components of the use/surcharge (end user groups) or by size classes.

2.

the control zone guides for the preparation and operational implementation of steering measures on request the data according to § 2, § 3, § 4 para. 1, § 8, § 9, § 11, § 12 para. 2 to 5, § 13 para. 1 Z 1, § 15 para. 3 Z 2 and § 16 as currently as possible as well as in accordance with § 7, § Article 15 (1), (3) and (5) to 31 May of the survey period, respectively The following year shall be made available in electronic form by means of uniform formats.

(3) E-Control can only carry out a delimitation of the data in accordance with paragraph 2 Z 1 to the federal states only to the extent of the information available.

(4) For reasons of simplicity and expediency, the reporting of the data pursuant to § 2, § 3, § 4 (1), § 7 (1), § 8, § 9, § 11 and § 13 (1) Z 1, which is available to the rule zone guide, is directly from the control zone guide in compliance with the following conditions: in particular, the quality, the reporting dates and the data formats to be carried out to the E-Control. In this case, the respective reporting requirements are released from their reporting obligations to E-Control.

(5) For reasons of simplicity and expediency, a direct transmission, in particular of the data pursuant to § 2, § 3 (1) Z 1 and the E-Control and the respective control zone guide, may be used, on the one hand, and on the other hand, on the basis of the agreement between the reporting requirement and the respective Z 2, § 4, § 8, § 9 and § 11 to the rule zone guide and a forwarding to the E-Control take place. In this case, the respective reporting requirements are released from their reporting obligations to E-Control.

Transitional provisions

§ 21. (1) The information in accordance with § 2 para. 2 shall be submitted for the reporting period from 1 July 2014 to 31 August 2014 at the latest by 15 September 2014.

(2) The data in accordance with § 4 (1) shall be submitted for the reporting month of July 2014 at the latest by 7 August 2014.

(3) The information in accordance with § 8 (2) shall be drawn up and transmitted for the first time for the 1st September 2014 at the latest.

(4) The data in accordance with § 15 (3) Z 2 are for the reporting period from 1 July 2014 to 31 August 2014 as well as tunnelling for the reporting period of 1 July 2014. January 2014 by 30 June 2014 at the latest by 15 September 2014.

(5) The information in accordance with § 15 (5) shall be submitted for the survey date of 1 July 2014 0.00 am to 30 September 2014.

(6) For the information in accordance with § 15 (4), the following shall apply for the reporting period of 1. January 2014 to December 31, 2014, the provisions of Section 9 (4) of the Electricity Energy Data Regulation-Regulation 2006 of 21 December 2006, expressed in the Official Journal of the Vienna Newspaper no. 250 of 28 December 2006, as amended by the Electricity-Energy-Data-Data-Regulation 2006 of 29 June 2009, published in the Official Journal of the Vienna newspaper no. 125 of 1 July 2009.

entry into force

§ 22. (1) This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 July 2014.

(2) With the entry into force of this Regulation, the Electricity Energy Management Data-Regulation 2006 of 21 December 2006, made known in the Official Journal of the Vienna Newspaper No 250 of 28 December 2006, as amended by the Electricity-Energy-Data-Data-Regulation 2006 of 29 June 2009, made known in the Official Journal of the Vienna newspaper no. 125 of 1 July 2009.

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