Change The Electricity Economic And Organization Act 2010 - Elwog 2010

Original Language Title: Änderung des Elektrizitätswirtschafts- und -organisationsgesetzes 2010 - ElWOG 2010

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6. Federal Law, which regulates the organization in the field of the electricity industry (Electricity Economic and Organization Act 2010-ElWOG 2010), BGBl. I No 110/2010, amended

The National Council has decided:

The federal law with which the organization is re-regulated in the field of the electricity industry (Electricity Economic and Organization Act 2010-ElWOG 2010), BGBl. I No 110/2010, shall be amended as follows:

1. (constitutional provision) § 1 reads:

" § 1. (constitutional provision) The release, cancellation and enforcement of regulations, such as those in § 2, § 3, § 8, § 9, § 11, § 19, § 22 sec. 1, § 24 bis § 36, § 37 para. 7, § 38, § 39, § 48 bis § 65, § 69, § 76, § 78, § 79, § 81 bis § 84, § 88 para. 3 to 8, § 89, § 92 bis § 94, § 99 § 109 (2), § 110 bis § 112, § 113 (1) and § 114 (1) and (3) are also included in the matters of the Federal Republic of Germany, with regard to which the B-VG determines otherwise. The matters governed by these rules may be provided directly by the federal authorities. "

Section 50 (1) reads as follows:

" § 50. (1) Differing amounts between the actual revenues achieved and those underlying the system usage charges regulation are to be compensated for in determining the cost base for the next system usage fees regulations to be adopted. "

3. In § 50 (3) and (4), the following shall be taken into account in each case "Entgeltperioden" the phrase "in accordance with paragraph 1" inserted.

4. § 50 (5) reads:

" (5) Is a system usage fee regulation or a system based on the § 25 Electricity Economic and Organization Act (BGBl). No. 143/1998, decreed by the Constitutional Court, or by the Constitutional Court that a regulation was unlawful, and the resulting reduction or multiple proceeds are the result of the determination of the Cost base shall be taken into account for a reasonable period of time. "

5. In accordance with § 50 (6), the following paragraph 7 is added:

" (7) The claims and obligations covered by the regulatory account and obligations relating to net loss of energy supply and the procurement of the secondary scheme shall be activated or to be activated in the context of the annual accounts. passivating. The assessment of the items shall be governed by the applicable accounting rules. "

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