Electricity From The High Performance Of The Combined Production Of Electricity And Heat

Original Language Title: o elektřině z vysokoúčinné kombinované výroby elektřiny a tepla

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453/2012 Sb.



DECREE



of 13 October. December 2012



electricity from the high performance of the combined production of electricity and heat and

electricity from secondary sources



The Ministry of industry and trade shall be determined according to § 53 para. 1 (b). (g)), and

h) Act No. 165/2012 Coll., on supported energy sources and amending

Some laws:



§ 1



The subject of the edit



This Decree regulates the following a directly applicable regulation

The European Union ^ 1)



and determine the amount of electricity) the way of high-performance cogeneration

electricity and heat,



(b)) model application and the conditions for the issue of certificates of origin for electricity from

high-performance of the combined production of electricity and heat,



c) model application and the conditions for the issue of certificates of origin for electricity from

secondary sources.



§ 2



How to specify the quantity of electricity from high-performance cogeneration

electricity and heat



(1) the cogeneration unit for the purposes of this Ordinance means



and the device with the delivery of combined cycle gas turbine) heat,



b) steam turbine, protitlaká



c) condensing turbine specimen,



d) gas turbine,



e) internal combustion engine,



(f)), mikroturbína



g) Stirling engine,



h) fuel cell,



I) steam engine,



j) Organic Rankine cycle, or



the combination of a device) referred to in points (a) to (j))), if it can

work in the mode of combined production of electricity and heat.



(2) the amount of electricity from cogeneration of electricity and heat

sets for



and individual cogeneration unit), or



(b)) a serial report of cogeneration units,



producing electricity or mechanical energy, based on

actually achieved the operational values of the energy consumption in fuel production

electricity or mechanical energy and useful heat.



(3) for electricity from cogeneration of electricity and heat is considered to be

the total amount of electricity produced during the period under the law

governing the reporting and accounting of electricity, heat of the supported

resources and biomethane, quantity and quality of the actually acquired and used

resources and performing certain other provisions of the Act on the supported

energy sources (hereinafter referred to as the "reporting period"), measured at the output

the main generators of electricity the cogeneration unit or serial report

cogeneration units, if the overall efficiency, which is provided for in

the procedure referred to in annex 1 to this notice, for the reporting period

has reached the



and CHP units) in the case referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (b)), and (d)) to

at least 75%),



(b)) in the case of cogeneration units referred to in paragraph 1 (b). a) and (c))

at least 80%.



(4) for the cogeneration unit or serial report of cogeneration

units with overall efficiency for the reporting period is less than the

referred to in paragraph 3, the amount of electricity from cogeneration

electricity and heat for the reported period, the procedure laid down in annex

No 1 to this notice.



(5) in determining the amount of electricity from cogeneration

heat in accordance with paragraphs 3 and 4 shall



and does not count the quantity of heat) without the simultaneous production of electricity

and the amount of energy in the fuel consumed in the production of heat,



(b)) in the case of combined production of electricity and heat from renewable energy

useful heat sources, it's the heat produced in the process of

the combined production of electricity and heat, which is used for the supply of the system

supply of thermal energy or for further use for technological

purposes outside of the heat consumption in the production device and auxiliary plant,

that are directly related to the production of electricity, including the production, transformation or

adjustment of fuel and losses in district heat production of electricity or heat

used to further conversion into electricity or mechanical energy (

"useful heat from renewable energy sources"),



c) in the case of cogeneration units following the upstream

cogeneration unit that will produce electricity or mechanical

energy, in the serial the involvement of cogeneration units, used for

the calculation of the consumption of energy in the fuel quantity of thermal energy at the output of the

front-end of the cogeneration unit in cogeneration units the following.



(6) for electricity from the high performance of the combined production of electricity and heat

It considers the amount of electricity provided for under paragraphs 3 to 5, which

the production is achieved relative primary energy savings of at least 10%

set out the procedure that is listed in annex 2 to this Decree.



(7) in the case of cogeneration units with an installed electrical power

not more than 1 MW for electricity from high-performance cogeneration

electricity and heat considers the amount of electricity from cogeneration

electricity and heat, which ensures a positive value proportional savings

the primary power determined in accordance with Annex 2 to this Decree.



§ 3



Certificate of origin of electricity from high-performance cogeneration

electricity and heat



(1) a certificate of origin of electricity from high-performance cogeneration

electricity and heat shall be issued for the cogeneration unit or serial

report of cogeneration units.



(2) for the purpose of issuing a certificate of origin of electricity from high-performance

the combined production of electricity and heat the applicant shall estimate the amount of electricity from

high-performance of the combined production of electricity and heat according to § 2

for the first calendar year of operation under the production envisaged and how

operation of the cogeneration unit or serial report.



(3) the model applications for the issue of certificates of origin of electricity from high-performance

the combined production of electricity and heat is given in annex 3 to this

the Decree.



§ 4



Certificates of origin for electricity from secondary sources



(1) a certificate of origin of electricity from secondary sources is produced for

the manufacture of electricity.



(2) the model applications for the issue of certificates of origin for electricity from secondary

resources for offshore electricity from secondary sources is given in annex No.

4 to this notice.



§ 5



Regulation (EEC)



Decree 344/2009 Coll., on details of how to determine electricity from

high-performance of the combined production of electricity and heat based on demand

After a useful heat energy of secondary energy

resources, is hereby repealed.



§ 6



Transitional provision



It was granted the certificate of origin of electricity from high-performance combined

production of electricity and heat for other than serial report of cogeneration

units before the date of entry into force of this order, it shall apply to

specify the quantity of electricity from cogeneration of electricity and heat

the reporting period for this report as a whole procedure according to § 2 (2). 4

by analogy.



§ 7



The effectiveness of the



This Decree shall enter into force on 1 January 2000. January 1, 2013.



Minister:



Mudr. Cuba in r.



Annex 1



The method of determining the overall efficiency, the amount of mechanical energy and

specify the quantity of electricity from cogeneration of electricity and heat



1. The overall efficiency of the cogeneration unit or serial report

cogeneration units? total shall be determined according to the formula:



étacelk = (Esv + EM + Quž)/(QPAL KJ)



where:



The eeas is the total amount of electricity produced in combined heat and power unit or serial report of cogeneration units

measured at the generator terminals [MWh]



EM is the amount of mechanical energy obtained by transformation of energy in the steam turbine, which is further transformed

on electricity [MWh]



QUŽ is the amount of useful heat [MWh]



QPAL KJ is the total amount of energy consumed to produce electricity, mechanical energy and useful heat in combined heat and power

the unit or serial report of cogeneration units that make up the energy in the fuel consumption, determined on the basis of

its calorific value and, where appropriate, the supplied thermal energy from external sources without the inclusion of the returned condensate heat [MWh].



2. in the event that the CHP units or combined heat and power units and steam

condensing turbine use common steam bus, the

the total amount of energy in the fuel consumed in production between the

each cogeneration unit or individual cogeneration units and

individual steam condensing turbine in proportion to the amount of steam

consumed steam or condensation units backed up

turbines.



3. If some of the energy of the fuel entering the cogeneration process

electricity and heat rekuperována in chemicals and used, can be

before calculating the overall efficiency to deduct from the total energy consumption

in the fuel.



4. the quantity of mechanical energy EM is determined according to the formula:



EM = MP (iVST-iVÝST)/3.6,



where:



EM is the amount of mechanical energy [MWh]



Mp is the amount of steam that has passed through the turbine, turbine parts, where appropriate, between the entry and the collection of the turbine [t]



iVST steam enthalpy is the input to the turbine [MJ/kg]



iVÝST is the enthalpy of steam at the output of the turbine, or of the receipt of the turbines [MJ/kg].



5. The determined value of the EM is used as the input for the calculation of the total

efficiency cogeneration units or their serial report.



6. In the case that it is the mechanical energy generated at the same time with

production of useful heat for a steam turbine or counter-pressure

the cogeneration section steam condensing turbines, it shall apply this

the value of mechanical energy as an input for the calculation referred to in point 1 of the annex

No 2 to this Decree.




7. If the overall efficiency of the cogeneration unit or serial report

cogeneration units lower than provided for in § 2 (2). 3, the

the total amount of electricity produced in combined heat and power unit or serial

report of cogeneration units for quantities of electricity from combined

production of electricity and heat and the amount of electricity that from this factory

It does not come. The amount of electricity from cogeneration of electricity and heat

determined according to the following formula:



EKVET = QUŽ * CSKUT,



where:



EKVET is the amount of electricity from cogeneration of electricity and heat [MWh]; If the calculated value is EKVET

greater than the total amount of electricity produced, the value of the total quantity of electricity produced



QUŽ is the amount of useful heat [MWh]



CSKUT is the actual power to heat ratio expressing the relationship between the quantity of electricity from cogeneration

and the heat and the amount of useful heat when its highest production in běžnémprovozu; in the case of cogeneration

electricity and heat from renewable sources instead of useful heat it's the useful heat from renewable

energy sources [-].



8. the actual power to heat ratio is determined based on CSKUT

actually measured the amount of useful heat output and electricity per

the production of useful heat at a time when the cogeneration unit is working in the

full cogeneration mode only with the delivery of useful heat.



9. in the event that, having regard to the demand for useful heat or

the properties of the cogeneration unit or serial report of cogeneration

drives is not the mixed-mode operation in full with a delivery only

useful heat possible, the actual power to heat ratio

CSKUT according to the formula:



CSKUT = (Esv1-Esv2)/QUŽ,



where



Esv1 is the quantity of electricity produced in combined heat and power unit or serial report of cogeneration units measured at the terminal of the generator when working condition with the highest achievable in normal operation, the production of useful heat and QUŽ at the same time when the highest obtainable in normal operation, the input of the energy in the fuel [MWh]



Esv2 is the quantity of electricity produced in combined heat and power unit or serial report of cogeneration units measured at the terminal of the generator in operating condition operating condition of measuring Esv1, when the shortage of useful heat and power consumption input energy in the fuel is reduced in such a way that produkcejiného than useful heat was the same as the production status when determining the Esv1 [MWh]



QUŽ is the amount of useful heat when determining the Esv1 [MWh].



10. Measurements shall be made for the same period for both operating modes when

outdoor temperature below 10 ° c. If possible, the outdoor temperature

the same for both conditions.



11. the actual power to heat ratio CSKUT down to 1. January 2013

or on the date of entry of the cogeneration unit or serial report to

traffic and at the same time immediately after each change of the cogeneration unit

or their serial report that may significantly affect actual

the ratio of electricity and heat.



12. For cogeneration units or their serial reports that are in the

construction or in the first year of operation and for which you cannot get measured

the data can be used instead of the value CSKUT the value of design to the ratio of electricity and

heat in full cogeneration mode indicated by the manufacturer of the cogeneration

unit.



13. Until 31 December 2006. December 2013 is in the case of condensing power turbines

possible for the calculation of the quantity of electricity from cogeneration

heat use the power to heat ratio as set out in the following way:



EKVET = URQuž.yko. Xp [MWh]



where



EKVET is the amount of electricity from cogeneration of electricity and heat [MWh]; If the calculated value of EKVET is greater than the total amount of electricity produced, the value of the total quantity of electricity produced



Quž is the amount of useful heat [MWh]



yko is guide number whose values are set out in table 1 of this annex



Table 1-baseline Values numbers yko



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tr P1

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1.6 2.0 2.5 3.5 6.0 9.0 13.0 16.0

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> = 5 0.230 0.255 0.280 0.320 0.380 0.430 0.480 0.500

(0.230) (0.255) (0.280) (0.320) (0.380) (0.430) (0.480) (0.500)

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3 0.220 0.245 0.270 0.310 0.360 0.415 0.465 0.485

(0.225) (0.250) (0.275) (0.315) (0.365) (0.420) (0.475) (0.495)

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1 0.210 0.235 0.260 0.295 0.350 0.400 0.450 0.465

(0.220) (0.245) (0.270) (0.305) (0.360) (0.410) (0.465) (0.480)

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0 0.200 0.233 0.255 0.285 0.340 0.395 0.440 0.455

(0.215) (0.240) (0.270) (0.300) (0.355) (0.410) (0.460) (0.480)

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-1 0.195 0.220 0.250 0.280 0.335 0.385 0.435 0.455

(0.210) (0.235) (0.265) (0.295) (0.350) (0.400) (0.460) (0.470)

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-3 0.185 0.210 0.230 0.265 0.325 0.370 0.420 0.435

(0.205) (0.230) (0.260) (0.287) (0.345) (0.395) (0.450) (0.465)

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-5 0.175 0.200 0.225 0.250 0.310 0.355 0.400 0.410

(0.200) (0.225) (0.255) (0.280) (0.335) (0.385) (0.440) (0.450)

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-7 0.160 0.185 0.215 0.235 0.295 0.340 0.384 0.400

(0.190) (0.215) (0.250) (0.270) (0.330) (0.375) (0.432) (0.440)

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Notes to table 1:



P9-the input pressure [MPa]

TR-is the average temperature of the air in the reporting period [° c]

The values for the parameters are established yko thermal network 150/70 ° c, in parentheses are values for the 120/50 ° c.



XP is the coefficient of the influence of load steam turbines, the values are listed in table 2 of this annex.



Table 2-values of the factor of influence of steam turbine load Xp



---------------------------------------------------------------------

Load (%) 100 80 60 40 20 10

---------------------------------------------------------------------

XP 1.00 0.98 0.95 0.90 0.75 0.6

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14. in the case of combined production of electricity and heat from renewable energy

resources for the calculation referred to in the preceding points instead of useful heat

It's the useful heat from renewable energy sources.



Annex 2



Way of determining the relative primary energy savings in the combined production of

electricity and heat



1. the amount of primary energy savings of the UPE in the combined production of electricity and

heat shall be calculated according to the formula:



UPE = (1-1/(étaqT/étarV + étaeT/étarE)) * 100 [%]



While the partial efficiency of heat and electricity étaqT étaeT shall be determined according to the formula:



étaqT = QUŽ/QPAL CHP [-]



étaeT = EKVET/QPAL CHP [-]



where:

étaqT is the efficiency of heat supply of the combined production of electricity and heat is defined as the amount of useful

the heat produced in a cogeneration unit or serial report cuts power consumption in fuel

used in the process of combined production of electricity and heat [-]



étaeT is the electrical efficiency of combined production of electricity and heat is defined as the quantity of electricity produced

in a CHP unit or serial report bound to supply useful heat output divided by the fuel consumption

the energy in the fuel used in the process of combined production of electricity atepla; electricity from cogeneration

electricity and heat for the calculation may be increased by the amount of mechanical energy set out under point 4

Appendix No. 1 to this notice [-]



étarV is the resulting harmonised efficiency reference value for separate heat production [-]



étarE is the resulting harmonised efficiency reference value for separate production of electricity [-]



EKVET is the amount of electricity from cogeneration of electricity and heat [MWh]



QUŽ is the amount of useful heat [MWh]



QPAL CHP is the consumption of energy in the fuel used in the process of combined výrobyelektřiny and heat [MWh].



2. The consumption of energy in the fuel on the combined production of electricity and heat

QPAL CHP shall be determined by the formula:



QPAL CHP = QPAL KJ-QPAL NEKVET [MWh]



where:



QPAL KJ is the total amount of energy consumed to produce electricity, mechanical energy and useful heat


in a CHP unit or serial report of cogeneration units that make up the power consumption

the fuel provided for on the basis of its calorific value and, where appropriate, the supplied thermal energy from external sources

without the inclusion of the returned condensate heat [MWh]



QPAL NEKVET is the consumption of energy in the fuel to produce electricity, not originating from the combined production of electricity and heat [MWh].



3. the value of QPAL NEKVET down from the relation:



QPAL NEKVET = ENEKVET/étaE NEKVET [MWh]



where:



ENEKVET, electricity is not originating from the combined production of electricity and heat [MWh]



étaE NEKVET is a specific non-electricity production efficiency of combined production of electricity and heat on the device [-]



ENEKVET = Esv-EKVET [MWh]



where:



The eeas is the total amount of electricity produced in combined heat and power CHP unit nebosériové report

units measured at the terminals of generators [MWh].



4. the value of étaE NEKVET



and device) by the combined production according to § 2 (2). 1 (b).

(b)), and (d))) on the basis of the operating data of the cogeneration unit or

serial reports of cogeneration units for the reporting period by

formula: étaE NEKVET = Esv/QPAL KJ [-] where: Esv is the total amount

of electricity produced in combined heat and power unit or serial report

cogeneration units measured at the generator terminals [MWh] QPAL KJ's

the total amount of energy used to produce electricity, mechanical

energy and useful heat in a cogeneration unit or serial report

cogeneration units that make up the power consumption of the fuel provided for

on the basis of its calorific value and, where appropriate, delivered by the thermal energy of the

external sources without the inclusion of the returned condensate heat [MWh]



(b)) shall be determined for the combined production of the device according to § 2 (2). 1 (b).

a) and (c)) on the basis of the operating data of the cogeneration unit or serial

report of cogeneration units operating at a maximum attainable

electrical performance in normal use and at the same time operating without

the supply of useful heat in full condensing mode of operation when

the outdoor temperature is lower than 10 ° c according to the formula as referred to in point (a)),



(c)), in the event that the cogeneration unit or serial report

cogeneration units pursuant to § 2 (2). 1 (b). a) and (c)) in the reporting

the period involved in the provision of support services in accordance with other legal

prescription), determined according to the formula:



étaE NEKVET = (Esv-EKVET)/(QPAL KJ-asleep * (QUŽ + EKVET/(étam * étag))) [-]



where:



The eeas is the total amount of electricity produced in combined heat and power unit or serial report measured

at the terminals of generators [MWh]



EKVET is the amount of electricity from cogeneration of electricity and heat [MWh]



QPAL KJ is the total amount of energy consumed to produce electricity, mechanical energy and useful heat

in a CHP unit or serial report of cogeneration units that make up the power consumption

the fuel provided for on the basis of its calorific value and, where appropriate, the thermal energy supplied from external

without the inclusion of sources returned condensate heat [MWh]



QUŽ is the amount of useful heat [MWh]



sleep is the specific energy consumption of fuel for production of heat [MWh/MWh]



étam is the mechanical efficiency of the turbines [-]



étag is the efficiency of the generator [-].



In the event that the manufacturer proves that achieves higher efficiency, it

for mechanical efficiency of the turbine for the effectiveness and value of 0.99

the value of the generator 0.98.



5. in the case of combined production of electricity and heat from renewable energy

resources for the calculation referred to in the preceding points instead of useful heat

It's the useful heat from renewable energy sources.



6. the harmonised efficiency reference values for separate production

electricity in percent related to the net calorific value of the fuel, temperature

environment of 15 ° c, atmospheric pressure of 1.013 bar (1 013 hPa), the relative

humidity of 60% in the table no. 1 in this annex.



Table 1-



Harmonised efficiency reference values for separate production

electricity in percentage



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Fuel cogeneration unit put into operation by the end of the year

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 and previously 2006-2011 2012-2015

étaripalE étaripalE étaripalE étaripalE étaripalE étaripalE étaripalE

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Hard coal/coke 42.7 43.1 43.5 43.8 44.0 44.2 44.2

Brown coal, lignite briquettes 40.3 40.7 41.1 41.4 41.6 41.8 41.8

Peat, peat briquettes 38.1 38.4 38.6 38.8 38.9 39.0 39.0

Woodfuels ^ 1) 30.4 31.1 31.7 32.2 32.6 33.0 33.0

Agricultural biomass 23.1 23.5 24.0 24.4 24.7 25.0 25.0

Biodegradable nerozložitelná

even biodegradable folder

municipal and industrial

Waste 23.1 23.5 24.0 24.4 24.7 25.0 25.0

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Other biomass not elsewhere specified 23.1 23.5 24.0 24.4 24.7 25.0 25.0

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Liquid fuel oils, LPG 42.7 43.1 43.5 43.8 44.0 44.2 44.2

Biofuels 42.7 43.1 43.5 43.8 44.0 44.2 44.2

Biodegradable waste 23.1 23.5 24.0 24.4 24.7 25.0 25.0

Non-recoverable waste 23.1 23.5 24.0 24.4 24.7 25.0 25.0

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Gaseous natural gas 51.7 51.9 52.1 52.3 52.4 52.5 52.5

Gas from the refining/hydrogen 42.7 43.1 43.5 43.8 44.0 44.2 44.2

Coke oven, blast furnace

and other waste gases,

waste heat obtained 35.0 35.0 35.0 35.0 35.0 35.0 35.0

Biogas 40.1 40.6 41.0 41.4 41.7 42.0 42.0

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Note for table 1:



1 wood) with relative humidity up to 30% and fuel with the predominant share of noble wood.



7. For the calculation of primary energy savings shall apply harmonised

efficiency reference value as referred to in table 1 of this annex

in reference to the year of entry into service of the cogeneration unit. This

harmonised efficiency reference value shall apply for the period of ten

years from the year of putting into operation of the cogeneration unit. The year of the entry into

operation of the cogeneration unit shall mean the calendar year in which the

the production of electricity.



8. From the eleventh year of putting into operation of the cogeneration unit is

It's the harmonised efficiency reference value for separate production

electricity, which is referred to in section 7 shall apply for the cogeneration unit,

that is 10 years old. These harmonised efficiency reference value

shall apply for a period of one year.



9. In the case that a CHP unit was technically evaluated

(the modernization or reconstruction) and the investment cost of the her

technical improvements exceed 50% of the investment costs for new

comparable cogeneration unit shall be deemed for the purpose of section 7

calendar year of the first generation of electricity in the improved cogeneration

the unit for the year of its entry into service.



10. If a cogeneration unit uses only one type of fuel,

substitutes the value ÉTArpalE value directly from the table of étaripalE No. 1 in

of this annex. In the case of joint use of more types of fuel with

down the resulting harmonised efficiency reference value for

separate production of electricity as a weighted average, where individual

the amount of energy in the fuel.



n n

étarpalE = sum (Qpal, i * étaripalE)/SUM Qpal, i [%],

i=1 i=1

where:



Qpal, and shares power in the fuel of individual types of fuel consumed for the combined production of electricity

and heat [MWh]



étaripalE are harmonised efficiency reference values for separate production of electricity referred to in table 1 of the

in this annex for each type of fuel [%].



11. The harmonised efficiency reference value for separate production

electricity is increased by the correction factor for the climatic conditions in the delta

étartepE, which is the territory of the Czech Republic established in the amount of + 0.7%.



12. Correction factor for climatic conditions does not apply to

CHP units based on fuel cells.



13. The harmonised efficiency reference value for separate production

electricity shall be further adjusted, depending on the network losses that are directly

related to the voltage level of the connection of the cogeneration unit using the

the correction factor k connection voltage levels. If CHP


the unit delivers electricity to one voltage levels, substitutes for

the value of k value directly from the table of kinap No. 2 in this annex.



Table 2-connection voltage levels correction factors



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The voltage Value of the correction factor kinap connection voltage levels

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Electricity delivered to the transmission Electricity supplied for your own

or consumption or distribution system, direct line

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200 kV 1.000 0.985 >

100-200 kV 0.985 0.965

50-100 kV 0.965 0.945

0.4-50 kV 0.945 0.925

0.4 kV < 0.925 0.860

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In the case that the cogeneration unit supplied electricity to more voltage

levels, the correction factor connection voltage levels will be evaluated on the

the basis of the weighted average of supplied electricity.



n n

k = sum (a kinap * Ei)/SUM of Ei [-]

I = 1 i = 1

where:



EI are the individual shares of the quantities of electricity supplied to different voltage levels [MWh]



the values of the correction factor kinap voltage levels connection [-].



14. the resulting harmonised efficiency reference value for separate

the production of electricity for the calculation of primary energy savings, in point 1, the

determined according to the formula:



étarE = (étarpalE + delta étartepE) * k/100 [-].



15. Correction factors for climatic conditions and voltage levels

the connection will only apply to the harmonised reference values

efficiency for separate production of electricity.



16. the harmonised efficiency reference values for separate production

heat in the percentage related to the net calorific value of the fuel, temperature

environment of 15 ° c, atmospheric pressure of 1.013 bar (1 013 hPa), the relative

humidity 60%, the table 3 of this annex.



Table 3-harmonised efficiency reference values for separate

heat production as a percentage of



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Fuel type of media

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Steam/hot water to direct the exhaust gases

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étaripalV étaripalV

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Hard coal 88 80

Brown coal, lignite 86 78

Woodfuels ^ 1) 86 78

Agricultural biomass 80 72

Biologically and nerozložitelná

biodegradable component of municipal

and industrial waste 80 72

Other biomass not elsewhere specified 80 72

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Liquid fuel oils 89 81

Biofuels 89 81

Biodegradable waste 80 72

Non-recoverable waste 80 72

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Gaseous natural gas 90 82

Gas from the refining/hydrogen 89 81

Coke oven, blast furnace and

other waste gases, waste heat 80 72

Biogas 70 62

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Note to table 3:



1 wood) with relative humidity up to 30% and fuel with the predominant share of noble wood.



17. the resulting harmonised efficiency reference value for separate

heat production shall be determined according to the formula:



n n

étarV = sum (Qpal, i * étaripalV)/(sum of Qpal, i * 100) [-]

i=1 i=1

where:



Qpal, and shares power in the fuel of individual types of fuel consumed for the combined production of electricity and heat [MWh]



étaripalV are the harmonised efficiency reference values for separate production of heat listed in table 3 of this annex for each type of fuel [%].



Annex 3



MODEL APPLICATION FOR ISSUE OF A CERTIFICATE OF ORIGIN OF ELECTRICITY FROM HIGH-PERFORMANCE

KOMBINOVÉ COMBINED PRODUCTION



Annex 4



MODEL APPLICATION FOR THE ISSUE OF CERTIFICATES OF ORIGIN FOR ELECTRICITY FROM SECONDARY SOURCES



1) Commission implementing decision 2011/877/EC of 19 June 2000. December 2011,

establishing harmonised efficiency reference values for

separate production of electricity and heat in application of Directive of the European

Parliament and Council Directive 2004/8/EC and repealing Commission decision

2007/74/EC, as amended.