Notice on payment of regulatory treatment in accordance with the law on heat supply
Pursuant to § 23 (c) (1) and (3) and section 26 (a) (1). 1 and 2, of the law on the heat supply of the basic regulation. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 347 of 17. May 2005, as amended by Act No. 520 of 7. June 2006, shall be based on:
§ 1. Energy supervisory costs to perform supervisory tasks in accordance with the law on Energy heat supply or rules issued in accordance with the law and the costs associated with the establishment and operation of an approved private appellate (Appeals Board in the field of energy) relating to the ratio of heating area, should be covered by the companies
1) that owns the plant for the production of heat,
2) whose main employment is energy production or waste incineration,
3) whose combined supply of heat ab work in the previous calendar year at least have provided 100 TJ, adjusted for degree days, and
4) as the Danish energy regulatory authority oversees.
(2). Payment shall be made by the companies referred to in paragraph 1, per TJ of heat delivered ab work, adjusted for degree days. Used the following tariffs:
1) 1. January 2007 – 31. December 2008 us $ 96.57 per TJ.
2) 1. January 2009 – 31st. December 2009 us $ 112.29 per TJ.
(3). The delivered heat is calculated on the basis of the company's annual reporting of energy consumption and production for the Danish Energy Agency energy producer census.
(4). After the end of a calendar year shall draw up Energy Agency a statement of the amount that they included companies must pay for the following year. There are charged too much for the Danish energy regulatory authority under section 1, paragraph 2, to offset this in later deposits under this Ordinance, in so far as the payment for the Danish energy regulatory authority is expected to exceed the long-term average costs for Energy supervisory treatment of cases on hot area, see. State Budget Guidance.
(5). After the expiry of a financial year prepare Appeals Board in the field of energy a final accounting, including a statement of costs associated with administration, etc. There are charged too much for the Appeals Board in the field of energy in accordance with section 1, paragraph 2, to offset this in later deposits under this Ordinance, in so far as the payment to the Board of appeal in the energy sector is expected to exceed the long-term average costs to the Appeals Board in the energy area's treatment of cases on hot area.
§ 2. The DEA will charge under section 1.
(2). The payment from the companies mentioned in § 1, paragraph 1, shall be made annually on the basis of the previous calendar year's alerts, see. section 1, paragraph 3. The amount will be charged in 3. quarter and shall be paid not later than 30 days after the account is issued.
(3). If the rate of payment is changed after the amount is charged, in accordance with article 3. (2) and § 1, paragraph 2, the difference shall be paid together with the next collection.
(4). There shall be no sales tax on amounts payable under section 1. However, this does not apply in respect of the payment, as according to section 1, paragraph 1, shall be used to cover the costs associated with the establishment and operation of the Appeals Board in the field of energy. In the recovery will specify how large a portion of the payment that is sales tax.
(5). Paid the amount charged is not filed in due time, the payment of interest pursuant to renteloven.
§ 3. Decisions taken pursuant to this order cannot be appealed to any other administrative authority.
§ 4. The notice shall enter into force on 16 September. December 2009 and has effect from 1 January. January 2009.
(2). Executive Order No. 361 of 19. April 2007 on payment of regulatory treatment in accordance with the law on heat supply shall be repealed.
Climate-and Energiminsiteriet, the 10. December 2009 Lykke Friis/Ib L