Law Requirements On The Federal Plan

Original Language Title: Law on the Federal requirements plan

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Federal Demand Plan Law (BBPlG)

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BBPlG

Date of issue: 23.07.2013

Full quote:

"Federal Requirements Planning Act of 23 June 2013" July 2013 (BGBl. I p. 2543; 2014 I p. 148, 271), which is defined by Article 11 of the Law of 21. July 2014 (BGBl. I p. 1066) "

:Modified by Art. 11 G v. 21.7.2014 I 1066
§ 1 iVm No. 33 of the Appendix is gem. Bek. v. 18.2.2014 I 148 entered into force on 8.1.2014
§ 1 iVm No. 29 of the Appendix is gem. Bek. v. 17.3.2014 I 271 entered into force on 7.3.2014

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Footnote

(+ + + Text proof: 27.7.2013 + + +)

The G was defined as article 1 of the G v. 23.7.2013 I 2543 of the Bundestag. It occurs gem. Article 5 (1) of this Act entered into force on 27 July 2013. § 1 iVm No. 29 and 33 of the annex to the Federal Requirements Planning Act shall enter into force on the date on which the strategic environmental assessment required by Section 14b (1) (1) of the Law on Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for the The project has been completed (see entry into force). Status). Non-official table of contents

§ 1 Subject matter of the federal demand plan

(1) For the projects listed in the annex to this law, which are the adjustment, Development and development of transmission networks for the integration of electricity from renewable energy sources, for interoperability of electricity networks within the European Union, for the connection of new power stations or for the prevention of structural bottlenecks in the transmission grid will be the energy necessity and the urgent need to ensure a safe and reliable network operation as a federal demand plan according to § 12e of the Energy Economics Act.(2) The projects referred to in paragraph 1 shall also include the installations necessary for the operation of power lines, including the necessary changes to the network links. The projects will start and end at the network link points. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Projects marked

(1) The projects marked "A1" in the Federal Demand Plan are in the The meaning of Article 2 (1) of the Network Acceleration Act Transmission Network. The projects identified in the Federal Demand Plan with "A2" are cross-border within the meaning of Article 2 (1) of the Network Development Acceleration Act (NetzausbauAccelerungsgesetz).(2) Projects marked "B" in the Federal Requirements Plan may be set up as pilot projects for low-loss transmission of high performance over long distances in accordance with Section 12b (1) sentence 3 (3) (a) of the Energy Economic Law and are operated. In order to test the use of underground cables for pilot projects as set out in the first sentence, they may be constructed and operated or modified on technically and economically efficient subsections as underground cables, if the requirements of Article 2 (2), first sentence, Point 1 or point 2 of the Energy Management Act. At the request of the authority responsible for the approval of the project, the pilot projects referred to in the first sentence shall be constructed and operated on technically and economically efficient sub-sections as underground cables, if the requirements of 2 (2), first sentence 1, point 1 or point 2 of the Energy Law on Construction of the Energy Law. The provisions of sentences 2 and 3 shall not apply to the extent that the project is to be constructed and operated or amended on the route of an existing or already approved high or maximum voltage supply line. Section 43, first sentence, points 3 and 4 of the Energy Economic Law remains unaffected.(3) The projects identified in the Federal Requirements Plan with "D" are to be constructed and operated as pilot projects for the use of high-temperature conductor ropes in accordance with § 12b (1) sentence 3 (3) (b) of the Energy Economic Law or to be operated by change. The authority responsible for the approval of the project may authorise the use of high-temperature conductor ropes in the case of projects of the Federal Requirements Plan, which do not fall under the first sentence, to the extent that this is technically and economically efficient. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Reporting obligation of the transmission system operators

(1) About the results of the pilot projects referred to in § 2 (2) and (3) The respective responsible operator of the transmission network of the Federal Network Agency shall submit experiences annually to the 3. A report on the technical feasibility, economic viability and environmental impact of the pilot projects will be presented in March. The first report is 3. The first sub-section of a pilot project will be presented in March of the second year after the first part of a pilot project has been(2) The report may be linked to the common network development plan pursuant to Article 12b (1) sentence 1 of the Energy Economic Law. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Legal protection

For the projects included in the federal requirements plan, § 50 (1) (6) of the Administrative court order. Non-official table of contents

Asset (to § 1 paragraph 1) Federal Requirements Plan

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2013, 2544-2545)
Projects for which there is the need for energy and the urgent need: Nr.VorhabenKenn-
drawing
1Maximum voltage line Emden-Borssum-Osterath; DC A1, B
2 High voltage line Osterath-Philippsburg; DC A1, B
3 Max-voltage line Brunsbüttel-Großgartach; DC A1, B
4 High voltage line Wilster-Grafenrheinfeld; DC A1, B
5 Max-voltage line Lauchstädt-Meitingen; DC A1, B
6 Max-voltage line Conneforde-Cloppenburg-Westerkappeln; rotary current rated voltage 380 kV A1
7 High voltage line Dolls-Stade-Sottrum-Wechold-Landesbergen; three-phase current rated voltage 380 kV
with the individual measures
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measure Dollern-Sottrum
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measure Sottrum-Wechold
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measure Wechold-Landesbergen
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8 High voltage line Brunsbüttel-Barlt-Heide-Husum- Niebüll-federal border (DK); rotation current rated voltage 380 kV
with the individual measures
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measure Barlt-heath
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measure Brunsbüttel-Barlt
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measure Heide-Husum
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measure Husum-Niebüll
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measure Niebüll-boundary DK
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9Maximum voltage line Hamm-Uentrop-Kruckel; rotary current rated voltage 380 kV-
10 High voltage line Wolmirstedt-Helmstedt-Wahle; Rotary current rated voltage 380 kV A1
11 Maximum voltage line Bertikow-Pasewalk; rotary current rated voltage 380 kV A1
12 Max. voltage line Vieselbach-Eisenach-Mecklar; rotary current rated voltage 380 kV A1
13 High voltage line Pulgar-Vieselbach; rotary current rated voltage 380 kV A1
14 Max voltage line Röhrsdorf-Remptendorf; rotary current rated voltage 380 kV A1
15 Max-voltage line point Metternich-Niederstedem; three-phase current rated voltage 380 kV-
16 Maximum voltage line Kriftel-Obererlenbach; rotary current rated voltage 380 kV-
17 Max. voltage line Mecklar-Grafenrheinfeld; rotary current rated voltage 380 kV A1
18 High voltage line Redwitz-Mechlenreuth-Etzenricht-Schwandorf; rotary current rated voltage 380 kV-
19 High voltage line Urberach-Pfungstadt-Weinheim -point G380-Altdecisionheim-Daxlanden, Kriftel-Farbwerke Höchst Süd; Turning current rated voltage 380 kV
with the individual measures
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measure Urberach-Pfungstadt-Weinheim
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measure Kriftel-Farbwerke Höchst Süd
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measure Weinheim-Daxlanden
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measure Weinheim-G380
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measure G380-Altdecisiheim
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measure Altdecisileheim-Daxlanden
A1
20 Maximum voltage line Grafenrheinfeld-Copper cell Large Garch; rotary current rated voltage 380 kV
with the individual measures
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measure Grafenrheinfeld-Kupferzell
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measure Großgartach-Kupferzell
A1
21 Top voltage line Daxlanden-Bühl/Kuppenheim- Eichstetten; Turning current rated voltage 380 kV D
22 Maximum voltage line Großgartach-Endersbach; rotary current rated voltage 380 kV-
23 Max. voltage line Herbertingen-Tiengen; rotary current rated voltage 380 kV-
24 High voltage line point Rommelsbach- Herbertingen; rotary current nominal voltage 380 kV-
25 Maximum voltage line point bead chains-point Niederwangen; rotary current rated voltage 380 kV A1
26 Max-voltage line Bärwalde-Schmölln; rotary current rated voltage 380 kV-
27 High voltage line Abzweig Welsleben-Förderstedt; Drehstrom nominal voltage 380 kV-
28 Maximum voltage line branch Parchim Süd-Neuburg; rotary current rated voltage 380 kV-
29 Maximum voltage line connection offshore wind park Kriegers Flak (DK) with connection offshore wind park Kriegers Flak (DK)-offshore wind farm Baltic 2 (Combined Grid Solution); DC, rotary current nominal voltage 380 kV B
30 High voltage line Oberzier-Bundesboundary (BE); DC B
31 Max voltage line Wilhelmshaven-Conneforde; rotary current rated voltage 380 kV-
32 Maximum voltage line federal border (AT)-Altheim with Abzweig Matzenhof-Simbach, Isar-Ottenhofen; rotational current rated voltage 380 kV
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measure branch Simbach
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measure Altheim-Bundesfrontier AT
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Action Isar- Ottenhofen
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33Maximum voltage line Schleswig-Holstein-Südnorwegen (NORD.LINK); DC B
34 Max. voltage line Emden Ost-Conneforde Süd; rotary current rated voltage 380 kV-
35 Maximum voltage line Birkenfeld-Mast 115A; rotary current Rated voltage 380 kV-
36 Maximum voltage line Vöhringen-Bundesboundary (AT) with branch Woringen-Memmingen; rotation current rated voltage 380 kV
with the individual measures
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Action Vöhringen-Memmingen
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measure point Woringen-Memmingen
A2
Labeling
A1 =
Cross-country line within the meaning of § 2 Paragraph 1
A2 =
Cross-border management within the meaning of § 2 paragraph 1
B =
Pilot Project for low-loss transmission of high power over long distances within the meaning of § 2 (2) sentence 1
D =
Pilot project for high-temperature conductor ropes in the The meaning of § 2 (3) sentence 1