Data Format And Verbrauchsinformationsdarstellungsvo 2012 - 2012 David Vo

Original Language Title: Datenformat- und VerbrauchsinformationsdarstellungsVO 2012 – DAVID-VO 2012

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313. Regulation of the Management Board of E-Control, which sets out the requirements for the transmission of data from the network operator to the supplier and the consumption information to the end customers (data format and consumption information presentation VO 2012). DAVID-VO 2012)

On the basis of Section 84 (4) of the Law on Electricity and Organization for Electricity 2010 (ElWOG 2010), BGBl. I n ° 110/2010 iVm § 7 para. 1 Energy Control Act (E-ControlG), BGBl. I No 110/2010 in the version of the Federal Law BGBl. I No 107/2011, shall be arranged:

Subject-matter

§ 1. (1) This Regulation determines the requirements for the data to be made available to the supplier by the network operator in accordance with Section 84 (2) of the ElWOG 2010 as well as the level of detail and the form of the provision of the consumer information in accordance with Section 84 (2) of the German Act. 1 to 3 ElWOG 2010.

(2) Person-related terms do not have gender-specific meaning. They must be applied to specific persons in their respective gender-specific form.

Transmission of the data from the network operator to the supplier

§ 2. (1) The daily consumption data of the final consumer, whose consumption is measured by means of an intelligent measuring instrument, shall be the supplier's monthly data from the network operator in a single unit specified by the regulatory authority. Format without delay, but no later than 10. of the following calendar month.

(2) It is necessary to ensure that the data according to the state of the art are protected from the access of third parties. The transmission of the data has to be encrypted.

Requirements for the presentation of consumption data by the network operator

§ 3. The consumption data of the final consumer, whose consumption is measured using an intelligent measuring instrument, shall be made available to the final consumer by the network operator by means of a customer-friendly website.

1.

The website shall comply with the following minimum requirements:

a.

It shall be available to each individual end user;

b.

It shall be neutral and, in particular, shall not contain any reference to the supplier of the final consumer;

c.

In its safety-related design, it has to comply with the state of the art;

d.

In particular with regard to the access rights, it has to comply with the data protection regulations.

2.

The following data and functions shall be made available to the final consumer:

a.

All consumption data (in kWh) and load curves (in kW) in the smallest available time unit as well as in different temporal granulation retrievable by the end user;

b.

At the request of the final consumer, all consumption data and load curves from the date of availability, but at the latest for the last three years;

c.

Key figures on the basis of general and customisable data;

d.

Comparative possibilities and representative comparative values in relation to the available consumption values with and without connection to the individual situation of the end user;

e.

The possibility of individually configurable settings variants of the data for the end user.

3.

The website has an indication of how the end user can reduce its electricity consumption and which energy advisory bodies are available for this purpose. Furthermore, at least two relevant energy advisory bodies are to be found without discrimination, or it should be pointed out to the corresponding E-Control website.

§ 4. Data and information queries in accordance with § 3 are to be made available for the final consumer and third parties authorised by the end user on the website in storage-and printable and machine-readable form for further processing. In addition, for the information according to § 3, it can be provided, depending on the technical possibility, that the format defined by the E-Control in accordance with § 2 will be made available for download on the website of the network operator in accordance with § 3.

Requirements for presentation of consumer information by the supplier

§ 5. (1) The supplier shall send a monthly consumption and electricity cost information free of charge to the end consumer, whose consumption is measured by means of an intelligent measuring instrument. The requirements according to § 3 Z 1 lit. c and d shall be taken into account.

(2) At the request of the end user, the information shall be transmitted free of charge in paper form.

§ 6. The information referred to in § 5 shall contain at least the following information:

1.

A simple and clear representation of the consumption (in kWh) in numerical values as well as graphically processed;

2.

Comparative values over defined and comparable periods (weeks and/or month and year);

3.

As far as possible, integration of indicators and representative comparative values;

4.

Notes on how the final consumer can reduce its electricity consumption and which energy advisory bodies are available for this purpose. Furthermore, at least two relevant energy advisory bodies are to be found without discrimination, or it should be pointed out to the corresponding E-Control website.

5.

A simple and clear information about the electricity costs incl. Taxes and charges for a period of time covered by the information on the consumption of the products.

Consumption information by the network operator for end users without an intelligent measuring instrument

§ 7. (1) For end users whose consumption is not measured by means of an intelligent measuring instrument, a detailed consumption information shall be transmitted with the invoice, which shall comply with the requirements of § 6 Z 1 to Z 4.

(2) In the case of a quarterly notification of the meter reading, a consumer information item shall be transmitted which shall comply with the requirements of § 6 Z 1, 3 and 4.

Transitional periods

§ 8. (1) In relation to those end users whose installations have already been installed prior to the entry into force of this Regulation, operators and suppliers shall have their obligations under this Regulation no later than 1 May 2013. ,

(2) This is defined in accordance with § 2 (1) and above 1. January 2013 published format is to be used from 1 July 2013.

entry into force

§ 9. This Regulation shall enter into force with the day following the presentation.

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