Law For The Development Of Renewable Energy

Original Language Title: Gesetz für den Ausbau erneuerbarer Energien

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Law for the development of renewable energies (renewable energy Act - EEG 2014) EEG 2014 copy date: 21.07.2014 full quotation: "renewable-energy law of July 21, 2014 (BGBl. I S. 1066), most recently by article 1 of the law of June 29, 2015 (BGBl. I S. 1010) is changed" stand: last amended by art. 1 G v. 29.6.2015 I 1010 for details on the stand number found in the menu see remarks footnote (+++ text detection from) : 1.8.2014 +++) (+++ application cf. §§ 10, 24, 26, 37, 38, 50, 51, 52, 55, 57, 60, 61, 62, 64, 65, 66, 67, 70, 72, 73, 76, 78, 79, 81, 85, 87, 100, 101, 103, 104 +++) (+++ to the non-application d. sections 14 & 15 cf. section 17 d para 6 EnWG 2005 +++) (+++ to the non-application d. § 31 cf. § 13 para 3 FFAV +++) (+++ to the application d. § 32 para 1 sentence 1 cf.)
(§ 7 para 3 sentence 3 AusglMechV 2015 +++) (+++ to the application d. section 60, paragraph 2, sentence 1 and paragraph 4 see)
(§ 7 para 4 AusglMechV 2015 +++) (+++ to the application d. § 61 paragraph 5 sentence 2 to 4 cf.)
(Section 9, paragraph 5, sentence 4 AusglMechV 2015 +++) (+++ to the application d. Article 66, paragraph 5, sentence 2 see)
(Section 3 para 3 sentence 3 AusglMechV 2015 +++) (+++ to the application d. § 72 para. 1 No. 2 see)
(§ 9 para 4 No. 3 AusglMechV 2015 +++) as article 1 of the G v. 21.7.2014, the G was I 1066 decided by the Bundestag. It according Article 23 set 1 of this G on the 1.8.2014 into force.

Table of contents table of contents Part 1 General provisions § 1 purpose and goal of the Act section 2 principles of law § 3 expansion path section 4 scope of § 5 definitions § 6 asset register section 7 legal obligations part 2 connection, acceptance, transmission and distribution section 1 General provisions article 8 connection § 9 technical specifications § 10 execution and use of the connection of § 11 acceptance, transmission and distribution section 2 capacity expansion and power management § 12 expansion of network capacity § 13 damages § 14 power management § 15 hardship scheme section 3 costs § 16 power connection § 17 capacity § 18 contractual agreement part 3 financial support section 1 General eligibility rules article 19 support claim for power article 20 exchange between sale forms section 21 procedure for the exchange of section 22 commencement of delivery and duration article 23 calculation of promotion section 24 reduction promotion with negative prices § 25 the support duty violations section 26 General provisions to lower the promotion section 27 reduction of funding for electricity from hydropower, landfill gas, sewage treatment plant gas, mine gas and geothermal § 28 reduction of funding for electricity from biomass section 29 reduction of funding for electricity from wind energy at country § 30
Reduction of funding for electricity from wind energy at sea section 31 reduction of funding for electricity from solar radiation energy § 32 support for electricity from several systems article 33 set-off section 2 sponsored direct marketing § 34 market premium section 35 conditions the market premium section 36 remote control section 3 feed-in tariff section 37 feed-in tariff for small systems § 38 feed-in tariff in exceptional cases § 39 common provisions for the feed-in tariff section 4 special funding provisions (saved) § 40 hydropower section 41 landfill gas § 42 sewage gas § 43 firedamp § 44 biomass § 45 digestion of bio-waste section 46 fermentation of manure §  47 common provisions for electricity from biomass and gases section 48 geothermal § 49 country § 50 wind energy wind power on see § 51 solar radiation energy section 5 special promotion regulations (flexibility) § 52 support claim for flexibility section 53 flexibility surcharge for new plants § 54 flexibility bonus for existing installations section 6 special funding provisions (tenders) § 55 tender support for ground-mounted plants part 4 of section 1 balancing mechanism nationwide compensation article 56 passing on the transmission system operators article 57 compensation between network operators and transmission system operators section 58 compensation between transmission system operators section 59 marketing by the transmission system operators §  60 EEG assessment for electricity utilities § 61 EEG assessment for final consumers and equity provider § 62 subsequent corrections section 2 special compensation section 63 principle article 64 Stromkostenintensive company section 65 railways section 66 submission and decision effect section 67 converting companies section 68 withdrawal of decision, information, right section 69 participation and accountability part 5 transparency section 1 notification and disclosure requirements of section 70 principle section 71 operator § 72 operators section 73 transmission system operators section 74 electricity supply undertakings section 75 testing section 76 information of the Federal Network Agency § 77 2 electricity labelling and double marketing ban § 78 section public information electricity labelling according to EEG assessment §  79 origin section 80 double marketing ban part 6 legal protection and administrative procedures of article 81 Clearinghouse § 82 consumer protection § 83 of interim legal protection section 84 use of Lake water road § 85 tasks the Federal Network Agency § 86 penalty provisions of § 87 fees and expenses part 7 regulation appropriations, reports, transitional provisions section 1 Regulation appropriations § 88 authority to issue regulations to tender support for ground-mounted plants § 89 regulation authority for generating electricity from biomass article 90 regulation authorization to sustainability requirements for biomass § 91 authority to issue regulations on the compensation mechanism § 92 authority to issue regulations to origin article 93 regulation authorization to the asset register section 94 regulation appropriations to the special compensation section 95 more regulation appropriations § 96
Common provisions section 2 reports § 97 experience report (§ 98) monitoring report § 99 tender report section 3 transitional provisions § 100 general transitional provisions § 101 transitional provisions for electricity from biogas § 102 transitional provision to switch on tenders section 103 transitional and hardship provisions to the special compensation § 104 further transitional provisions attachments attachment 1: height the market premium Appendix 2: reference yield attachment 3: conditions and level of flexibility premium plant 4: electricity costs or trade-intensive industries part 1 General provisions article 1 purpose and goal of the Act (1) purpose this law it is , in particular in the interest of climate - and environmental protection sustainable development of energy supply to enable to reduce the economic costs of energy supply through the inclusion of long-term external effects, to conserve fossil energy resources, and to promote the development of technologies for the production of electricity from renewable energy sources.
(2) in order to achieve the purpose of paragraph 1, this law aims to increase the proportion of electricity generated from renewable energy sources in gross electricity consumption continuously and cost-effectively to at least 80 percent by the year 2050. To do this, this proportion should be: 1. 40 to 45 percent by the year 2025 and 2. 55 to 60 percent by the year 2035.
(3) the objective referred to in paragraph 2 sentence 2 number 1 also serves to increase the share of renewable energy in the total gross up to at least 18 percent by 2020.

Section 2 principles of the law (1) electricity produced from renewable energy sources and from mine gas is to be integrated into the electricity supply system. The improved market and grid integration of renewable energy sources to contribute to a transformation of the entire energy supply system.
(2) electricity produced from renewable energy sources and from mine gas will be marketed directly for the purpose of market integration.
(3) financial support for electricity from renewable energy sources and from mine gas to be concentrated more on low-cost technologies. It is also the medium - and long-term perspective of costs to consider.
(4) the costs for the financial support of electricity from renewable energy sources and from mine gas to be distributed appropriately taking into account the polluter pays principle and energy aspects.
(5) the financial support and their height will be determined 2017 for electricity from renewable energy sources and from mine gas at least through invitations to tender. For this purpose, experiences with a competitive determine of the amount of financial support collected initially for electricity from greenfield installations. In moving to tenders, player diversity in electricity production from renewable energy sources is to be maintained.
(6) the invitations to tender to be opened throughout Europe under paragraph 5 to an extent of at least 5 percent of the annually installed power insofar as 1 an international agreement, the cooperation measures in the sense of articles 5 to 8 or article 11 of Directive 2009/28/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 April 2009 to promote the use of energy from renewable sources and amending and subsequent repealing of directives 2001/77/EC and 2003/30 /. EC (OJ OJ L 140 of the 5.6.2009, p. 16) can be implemented, 2. the promotion is carried out according to the principle of reciprocity and 3 demonstrated the physical import of the current.

§ 3 expansion path the objectives according to section 1, paragraph 2, sentence 2 shall be achieved by 1 an increase in the installed capacity of wind turbines on land around 2 500 megawatts per year (net), 2 an increase in the installed capacity of wind turbines at sea on a total of 6 500 megawatts in 2020 and 15 000 MW in 2030, 3.
an increase of installed capacity for the production of electricity from solar radiation energy to 2 500 megawatts per year (gross) and 4 an increase of installed capacity for the production of electricity from biomass to up to 100 megawatts per year (gross).

§ 4 scope this law applies to equipment, if and for as long as the generation of electricity in the country including the German exclusive economic zone.

Article 5 definitions for the purposes of this Act or any device for the generation of electricity from renewable energy sources or from mine gas; 1 'plant' considered the plant facilities, the cached energy that comes, record and convert 2. "operator", in electric energy, exclusively from renewable energy sources or firedamp who regardless of the property uses the plant for the production of electricity from renewable energy sources or from mine gas, 3. "tender" an objective, transparent, free of discrimination and competitive procedure for determining the amount of financial support, 4. "Rated power" a plant the quotient from the sum of the kilowatt hours generated during the calendar year and the total of full time hours of the respective calendar year minus the full hours prior to the first generation of electricity from renewable energy sources or from mine gas through the system, and after the final closure of the system, 5. "balance circuit" a balancing group according to § 3 number 10a of the energy industry Act, 6 "Balance group contract" a contract pursuant to section 26 paragraph 1 of the power grid access regulations, 7 "biogas" gas, which is produced by anaerobic digestion of biomass, 8 "Biomethane" bio-gas or other gaseous biomass that is been processed that and fed into the natural gas grid, 9 'direct marketing' the sale of electricity from renewable energy sources or from mine gas to third parties, unless the current is consumed in close spatial proximity to the system and not through a network who by the operator with the direct marketing of electricity from renewable energy sources or from mine gas charge or commercial takes electricity from renewable energy sources or from mine gas routed, 10 'direct marketing entrepreneur', , without being as far as final consumers of this flow or network operators, 11 "Energy or environmental management system" a system, the meets the requirements of DIN EN ISO 50 001, issue December 20111, or a system within the meaning of Regulation (EC) No 1221/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 November 2009 on the voluntary participation by organisations in a Community eco-management and environmental audit and repealing Regulation (EC) no 761 / 2001 , as well as the decisions of the Commission 2001/681/EC and 2006/193/EC (OJ OJ L 342 of December 22, 2009, p. 1) in the currently valid version, 12 "self-sufficiency" of the consumption of electricity, which is a natural or legal person in the immediate spatial related to the electricity system itself consumed, if by it is taken not by a network and this person that operates power generation plant itself, delivers 13 'electricity supply undertaking' any natural or legal person, the electricity to final consumers, 14 "renewable energy" a) hydro power including the shaft , Tidal, salt gradient and flow energy, b) wind energy, c) solar radiation energy, d) geothermal energy, e) energy from biomass including biogas, bio-methane, landfill gas and sewage gas, as well as the biodegradable share of waste from households and industry, 15 "funding" the payment of the network operator to the system operator on the basis of the claims under article 19 or article 52, 16 'open-space plant"each plant for generating electricity from solar radiation energy , not in, to or on a building or an other constructional plant, the primarily for purposes other than generating electricity from solar radiation energy has been built, attached 17th covered "Building" complex, which can be accessed by people each independently usable, and is primarily intended to protect people, animals or things, 18 "Builder" any technical equipment , the mechanical, chemical, thermal or electromagnetic energy converts any substance directly into electrical energy, 19 "manure", the manure is within the meaning of Regulation (EC) no 1069/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 October 2009 laying down health rules for animal by-products not intended for human consumption and repealing Regulation (EC) No. 1774/2002 (OJ L 300 from November 14, 2009, p. 1), by the directive 2010/63/EC (OJ L 276 of 10, p. 33) is has been modified, 20 "origin" an electronic document that serves exclusively to final consumers within the framework of the current labelling according to § 42 paragraph 1 number 1 of the energy industry Act to prove that produced a certain percentage or a certain amount of electricity from renewable energy sources, 21 "Commissioning" the initial commissioning after making their technical operation exclusively with renewable energy or firedamp; the technical operational readiness requires that the plant firmly in the place intended for permanent operation and permanently with the equipment required for the production of AC was installed the replacement of the generator or other technical or structural parts for the first time does not cause a change in the timing of the commissioning, 22 "installed capacity" a plant the active power, which can technically provide the plant during normal operation without temporal constraints without prejudice to short-term minor deviations, a 23 "CHP" CHP plant within the meaning of article 3, paragraph 2 the power heat coupling Act, 24 'final consumer' any natural or legal person , the electricity consumed, 25 "month market value" retroactively calculated in accordance with Appendix 1 actual monthly average of energy-specific market value of electricity from renewable energy sources or from mine gas on the spot market of the power exchange EPEX spot SE in Paris for the price zone Germany/Austria in cents per kilowatt hour, 26 "network" the totality of interconnected technical facilities for the acceptance, transmission and distribution of electricity for the General supply , 27 "Network operator" each operator of a network for the General supply of electricity, regardless of the voltage level, 28 "railway" every company, the railways for the purpose of passenger or freight vehicles such as railways, maglev trains, trams or after their construction and operation similar to rails or the infrastructure required for the operation of these vehicles operates any gas that is not renewable energy, 29 "storage gas" , but is generated for the purpose of the caching of renewable electricity exclusively under usage of electricity produced from renewable energy sources, 30 "electricity from combined heat and power" power within the meaning of § 3 paragraph 4 of the power heat coupling law, 31 "transmission system operator" of the rule responsible operators of high - voltage and high-voltage grids that serve the supra-regional transmission of electricity to downstream networks, 32. "transformation" each conversion of company after the transformation Act or any transfer of all assets of a company or part of the enterprise in the way of singular succession , 33. "environmental Verifier shall" any person or organisation, who searched the Umweltauditgesetz in the amended environmental verifier or environmental expert organisation must act as "any unincorporated association or legal person who has furnished business that is operated with the participation of general economic traffic sustainably with its own profit over a type and size in commercial manner company 34.", 35th "Wind turbine on land" every plant for the generation of electricity from wind energy , which is no wind turbine at sea, 36. "wind power plant on Lake" every facility for the generation of electricity from wind energy, which measured seaward side; built on Lake at a distance of at least three nautical miles from the coastline of regarded as coast line in the card number 2920 German North Sea coast and adjacent waters, issued in 1994, XII., as well as in the card number 2921 German Baltic Sea coast and adjacent waters, issued in 1994, XII., federal maritime and hydrographic Agency on a scale of 1:375 0002 represented coastline, 37. "residential" every building that predominantly after its intended use living is used, including living, retirement and nursing homes and similar facilities.
1 official note: to archive terms secured enshrined at the Beuth Verlag GmbH, 10772 Berlin, and in the German national library.
2 official note: to obtain from the federal maritime and hydrographic Agency, 20359 Hamburg.
Footnote (+++ § 5 No. 21: application cf. Article 100, paragraph 1 No. 10 2(2)(a) +++) (+++ § 5 No. 21 first half-sentence: to the application see § 100 para 2 sentence 1 +++) § 6 asset register (1) which established the Federal Network Agency for electricity, gas, telecommunications, post and railways (Bundesnetzagentur) and operates to register a directory where the plants are (register of installations). In the asset register are to collect and to provide information that are required to 1.
the integration of electricity from renewable energy and coal mine gas in the electricity supply system to promote, 2. According to section 3 to review the principles according to § 2 paragraph 1 to 3 and the expansion path, the lowering of the promotion after the sections 28, 29 and 31 to implement 3., 4. to facilitate the nationwide compensation of current removed from, as well as financial support and 5. facilitating the fulfilment of national, European and international reporting obligations to the expansion of renewable energies.
(2) operators must submit to the system registry in particular: 1 your personal details and your contact data, 2. plant, 3. the energy carrier, from which the electricity is generated, 4. installed the performance of the system, 5 indicating whether a funding advantage is to be taken for the electricity generated at the plant.
(3) to the better traceability of the expansion of renewable energies, the system registers of the public is made available. The information of registered systems are with the exception of the information referred to in paragraph 2 number 1 on the website of the register of installations published and updated at least monthly.
(4) the details including the submission of further information and the disclosure of the information stored in the asset register with network operators and third parties determines a legal regulation according to article 93. By regulation according to article 93 can be controlled also, that the tasks of the plant register completely or partially by the total asset register of the Federal Network Agency pursuant to § are to meet 53 b of the energy industry Act.

According to this law from the conclusion of a contract make their obligations subject to § 7 legal obligations (1) operators may.
(2) by the provisions of this Act must be adhered to without prejudice to article 11, paragraph 3 and 4 not at the expense of the operator or the operator. This does not apply § contractual agreements to the § 5 to 55, 70, 71, 80 and 100 as well as the regulations adopted on the basis of this Act, the 1 subject to a court settlement in the sense of § 794, paragraph 1 are number 1 of the code of civil procedure, 2 number 1 are the result of a process carried out by the parties in the proceedings with the clearing agent according to section 81, paragraph 4, sentence 1 or 3. a decision of the Federal Network Agency according to § 85 meet.
Part 2 connection, acceptance, transmission and distribution section 1 General provisions article 8 (1) operator installations for the generation of electricity from renewable energy sources and from mine gas must connect immediately as a priority at the point to its network, which is suitable in terms of the voltage level and has the shortest in the air distance to the plant site, if not this or another network has a technically and economically more favourable PCC; When assessing the economically more favourable junction point, the costs incurred directly by the mains are taken into account. One or more plants with an installed capacity of no more than 30 kilowatts located on a plot with existing grid connection, the junction point of the property with the network deemed best junction point.
(2) operators may choose another link point this or another in terms of the voltage level of suitable network, unless the resulting costs of the operator are not negligible.
(3) the operator must not ensured assign notwithstanding another link point 1 and 2 of the annex from paragraphs, unless the purchase of electricity from article 11, paragraph 1 would be the affected plant at this point.
(4) the obligation on power supply is also when the purchase of electricity is only possible by optimizing, enhancing or extending the network according to § 12.
(5) operators must provide one willing to feed immediately after receipt of a network connecting desiring a precise timetable for the processing of network port desire. In this schedule must be given, 1 in which steps the power desire is edited and what information must provide the one willing to feed operators out of their area of responsibility, so that the network operator to determine the join point, or their plans to perform 2. According to § 12.
(6) operators must one willing to feed upon receipt of the required information immediately, at the latest but within eight weeks, the following provide: 1 a timetable for the immediate production of mains with all necessary steps, 2. all information, the applicant for the examination of the join point require, as well as at the request of network data required for a network assessment, 3. a comprehensible and detailed estimate of the costs caused by the power plant operators; This cost estimate includes only the costs caused by the technical production of the network connection, and not the cost of allowing the use of foreign land for the laying of the power supply cable, 4. in particular the information necessary for the performance of the duties under section 9, subsection 1 and 2.
Affect the right of operators according to § 10 paragraph 1 even, if the operator has submitted pursuant to sentence 1 number 3 the cost estimate.

§ 9 technical specifications (1) plant operators and operators of CHP plants must their plants with an installed capacity of more than 100 kilowatts with technical equipment equip, with which the operator at any time the Injectability in network congestion by remote control can reduce 1 and 2 can retrieve is feeding.
The obligation pursuant to sentence 1 is also considered met if several systems, which use similar renewable energies and are connected to the network via same link point, are equipped with a common technical facility, with the operator at any time the entire feed-in power when network congestion by remote control can reduce 1 and 2 can retrieve the entire feed of the plants.
(2) operators of installations for the production of electricity from solar radiation energy 1 with an installed capacity of more than 30 kW and a maximum of 100 kilowatts must the obligation referred to in paragraph 1 sentence 1 number 1 or paragraph 1 sentence 2 No. 1 meet, 2 with an installed capacity of more than 30 kilowatts a must) the obligation in paragraph 1 set 1 number 1 or paragraph 1 sentence 2 No. 1 meet or b) at the junction point of their facility with the network limit the maximum active power feed to 70 per cent of the installed capacity.
(3) several plants for the production of electricity from solar radiation energy apply regardless of ownership and solely for the purpose of determining the installed capacity within the meaning of paragraphs 1 and 2 as an attachment, if 1 they are located on the same plot of land or building, and 2. they are been taken within twelve consecutive calendar months in operation.
Giving rise to liability under paragraph 1 or 2 for a plant operator only through the building of plants of a different operator, may require the replacement of the resulting costs of this.
(4) as long as a network operator number 4 not submitted the information according to § 8, paragraph 6, sentence 1, the legal consequences referred to in paragraph 7 in violation of paragraph 1 or 2 shall not access, if 1 the plant operators or the operators of CHP plants in writing or electronically to transmit of the required information according to § 8, paragraph 6, sentence 1 number 4 urged the operators and 2 plants with technical devices are equipped , are suitable, the plants on and turn off, and to process a communication signal of a receiving device.
(5) operators of installations for generating electricity from biogas must ensure that the production of biogas 1 a fermentation rest camp to building at the site of the biogas production is technically gastight covered, 2. at least 150 days is the hydraulic retention time in gas-tight and connected to a gas collecting new system referred to in point 1 and 3 additional gas consumption facilities are used to prevent a release of natural gas.
Set is 1 number 1 and 2 do not apply when only manure is used for the production of biogas. Set 1 number 2 is also not applicable, if for the electricity produced at the plant of claim is made according to § 19 in conjunction with article 45.
(6) operators of wind farms on land, taken before January 1, 2017, in operation, must ensure meet the needs of the system services regulation at the junction point of their facility with the network.
(7) the legal consequences of violations of paragraphs 1, 2, 5, or 6 set up plants for their electricity production basically is entitled to financial support according to § 19, according to § 25 paragraph 2 No. 1. In other systems the plant operator claims become void on priority acceptance, transmission and distribution pursuant to section 11 for the duration of the breach of paragraphs 1, 2, 5, or 6; In this case, operators of CHP plants lose their claim to payment of the supplement according to section 4, paragraph 3, of the power heat coupling law or, if one does not exist, their entitlement to priority network access according to § 4 paragraph 4 of the power heat coupling law.
(8) the obligations and requirements pursuant to the § § 21c, 21 d and 21e of the energy industry Act and the regulations adopted on the basis of § 21i clause 1 of the energy industry Act remain unaffected.
Footnote (+++ § 9 para 1 sentence 2: application cf. § 104 paragraph 1 sentence 1 +++) (+++ § 9 para 4: application cf. § 100 para 1 No. 10 alia e +++) § 10 execution and use of the connection (1) operators may connect of the equipment as well as the establishment and operation of measuring facilities including the measurement of the network operator or a competent third person can make. The provisions of §§ 21 b shall apply until 21 h of the energy industry Act and the regulations adopted on the basis of section 21i of the energy industry Act, for metering point operation and measurement.
(2) the execution of the port and other equipment necessary for the security of the network must comply with the necessary in some cases technical requirements of the system operator and § 49 of the energy industry Act.
(3) in the case of the feed-in of electricity from renewable energy sources or firedamp, § 18 paragraph 2 of the low voltage connection Regulation apply accordingly to is for the benefit of the operator.

§ 11 acceptance, transmission and distribution (1) operators have to subject to § 14 the entire electricity from renewable energy sources or from mine gas which is sold, immediately mainly physically remove, transfer and distribute in the form of a sale pursuant to § 20 paragraph 1. The operator submits the claim according to § 19 in conjunction with article 37 or article 38 the duty from set 1 includes also the commercial acceptance. The obligations pursuant to sentences 1 and 2, as well as the obligations set 2 of the power heat coupling law pari passu according to § 4, paragraph 1, sentence 1 and paragraph 4.
(2) paragraph 1 shall apply accordingly if the is connected to the network of the operator or a third party, that is not operator, and the current by means of commercial financial disclosure in a network is offered.
(3) the obligations referred to in paragraph 1 do not exist as far as plant operators or direct marketing entrepreneurs and operators exceptionally contractually agree without prejudice to § 15 for a better integration of the system in the network, to depart from the acceptance priority. Application of contractual arrangements pursuant to sentence 1 is to make sure that giving priority to electricity generated from renewable energies appropriately taken into account and the maximum amount of electricity from renewable energy sources is taken off the total.
(4) also the obligations do not exist pursuant to paragraph 1, insofar as this is permitted by the regulation of the compensation mechanism.
(5) meet the obligations for priority acceptance, transmission and distribution in relation to the receiving operator who is not transmission system operators, 1 the upstream transmission system operators, 2. the nearest domestic transmission system operators, if no domestic transmission network is operated on the levy authorized operator network, or 3. especially in the case of the disclosure referred to in paragraph 2 each other network operators.
Footnote (+++ § 11 ABS. 5: application cf. section 57 paragraph 2 sentence 2 +++) (+++ § 11 para 5 No. 2: to apply cf. section 57 paragraph 3 sentence 2 +++) section 2 capacity expansion, and power management § 12 extension network capacity must (1) operator at the request of one willing to feed immediately optimize their networks according to the State of the art, strengthen and develop in order to ensure the acceptance, transmission and distribution of electricity from renewable energy sources or firedamp. This claim also to the operators of upstream networks with a voltage up to 110 kilovolts, to which the plant is not directly connected, if this is necessary to ensure the acceptance, transmission and distribution of electricity.
(2) the obligation extends to all technical equipment necessary for the operation of the network, as well as in the property of the operator or transferred his property connection systems.
(3) the operator must not to optimize its network, strengthen, and extend as far as this is economically not justified.
(4) the obligations under article 4, paragraph 1, the power heat coupling Act and article 12 paragraph 3 of the energy industry Act remain unaffected.

Article 13 compensation (1) violated the operator his obligation in article 12 paragraph 1, applicant can demand compensation of damages incurred. Obligation to pay damages will not occur if the operator is not responsible for the breach of duty.
(2) If facts are available, giving rise to the assumption that operator has not complied with his obligation in article 12, paragraph 1, operators may request information from the network operator in whether and to what extent the operator optimizes the network, strengthened, and expanded.

§ 14 power management (1) carrier may without prejudice to their duty according to § 12 exceptionally to your network directly or indirectly connected systems and cogeneration, with a facility to reduce remote control of the feed-in power when network congestion within the meaning of article 9, paragraph 1, sentence 1 number 1, sentence 2 number 1 or 2 1 or 2 letter a number are equipped, rules, as far as 1 otherwise in the scope of the network including the upstream network a network bottleneck caused , 2. giving priority to electricity produced from renewable energy sources, mine gas and combined heat and power is respected, if not other power generators to the grid must be, to the safety and reliability of the electricity supply system to ensure, and 3 they have retrieved the data available on the power supply in the respective region of the network.
For the control of installations pursuant to sentence 1, plants within the meaning of article 9, paragraph 2 are only subordinated compared to the other systems to regulate. In addition, network operators must ensure that total decreased the maximum possible amount of electricity from renewable energy sources and combined heat and power.
(2) network operators must notify operators of plants according to article 9 paragraph 1 not later than on the day before, otherwise without delay of the time expected, the extent and the duration of the scheme, provided that the implementation of the action is predictable.
(3) operators must of measures pursuant to paragraph 1 without delay about the actual dates, the respective amount, the duration and the reasons of the scheme teach affected and submit proof of the necessity of the measure at the request of four weeks. The records must enable a competent third person, without the necessity of the action fully understand; more information for this purpose 1 last half sentence are set in particular in the case of a request pursuant to sentence referred to in paragraph 1 present 3 collected 1 number. Network operators can teach by way of derogation only once a year 1 operators pursuant to article 9 paragraph 2 in connection with paragraph 3 set on the measures referred to in paragraph 1, as long as the total duration of these measures of 15 hours has not exceeded per facility in the calendar year; This information must be made until January 31 of the following year. § 13 paragraph 5 sentence 3 of the energy industry Act remain unaffected.
Footnote (+++ § 14: to the non-application see section 17 d para 6 EnWG 2005 +++) § 15 hardship scheme (1) is the supply of electricity from a plant for the production of electricity from renewable energy, mine gas or combined heat power due to a power shortage in the sense of § 14 paragraph 1 reduced, the network operator to whose network the system is connected, must be by derogation from section 13, paragraph 4, of the energy industry Act for 95 percent of the lost revenue plus the additional expenses the operators concerned by the measure and compensate minus the saved expenses. Exceed the lost revenue pursuant to sentence 1 in an annual 1 percent of revenue this year, are to compensate operators affected by the scheme from this date to 100 percent. The operator in its network, the reason for the regulation is according to § 14, must replace the network operator to whose network the system is connected, the cost for the compensation.
(2) the network operator can bring the costs pursuant to paragraph 1 in determining the network charges in approach, as far as the measure was necessary and he has not to represent them. The operator has to represent them as far as he has exhausted all possibilities to optimize, enhance and extend of the network in particular.
(3) damage claims from plant operators against the network operator shall remain unaffected.
Footnote (+++ § 15: to the non-application see section 17 d para 6 EnWG 2005 +++) section 3 costs § 16 mains connection (1) the costs of connecting plants generating electricity from renewable energy sources or from mine gas at the PCC after the plant operator is § 8 paragraph 1 or 2, as well as the necessary measuring devices for the acquisition of supplied and related current.
(2) the operator assigns the plants according to § 8 paragraph 3 another link point, he must bear the resulting costs.

§ 17 capacity bear the cost optimization, the reinforcement and expansion of the network of the operators.

§ 18 contractual agreement (1) operator can as a result of the agreement pursuant to section 11, paragraph 3, bring costs incurred to the proven extent in the determination of net pay in approach, as far as these costs in terms of section 1 or section 2 paragraph 1 are economically reasonable.
(2) the costs subject to testing efficiency by the regulatory authority in accordance with the provisions of the Energy Act.
Part 3 financial support section 1 General eligibility rules article 19 eligibility claim for power (1) operators of plants in which used exclusively renewable energy or coal mine gas, for electricity produced in these plants against the network operator a claim 1 on the market premium according to § 34, if they market the power directly and the system operator the right left, to mark this power as "Power from renewable energy sources or from mine gas" (sponsored direct marketing) , or 2 on a feed-in tariff to section 37 or section 38, when they provide the current operator, and insofar as this is exceptionally approved by way of derogation from article 2, paragraph 2.
(2) on the expected payments pursuant to paragraph 1 reductions in reasonable amounts are every month to the 15th calendar day of the previous month.
(3) the claim is not payable pursuant to paragraph 1 and the claim accounted for monthly deductions referred to in paragraph 2, as long as operators have not met their obligations for data transmission for the respective previous year according to § 71.
(4) the entitlement referred to in paragraph 1 is when the stream before feeding into the grid is been cached. In this case, the claim refers to the amount of electricity which is fed from the intermediate store on the net. The funding amount is determined according to the amount of financial support that the operator would have to pay under paragraph 1 for a feed of current into the grid without caching to the system operator. The entitlement referred to in paragraph 1 in a mixed usage of renewable energy sources and store gases.
Footnote (+++ section 19 para 2 and 3: the application see § 52 para 2 +++) article 20 exchange between capital forms (1) operators may change with each plant only to the first calendar day of the month between the following forms of sale: 1 funded direct marketing, 2. an other direct marketing, 3. the feed-in tariff to section 37 and 4 feed-in tariff shall (2) system operator pursuant to § 38. the in their facilities generated electricity percentage on different forms of disposal referred to in paragraph 1, point 1 , 2 or 3 divided. In this case, they have to comply the percentages shown at any time.
(3) without prejudice to paragraph 1, operators can at any time 1 switch their direct marketing business or 2 full or pro-rata to third parties sell the power, if they use the electricity in close spatial proximity to the plant and the power is not routed through a network.
Footnote (+++ § 20: application cf. Article 100, paragraph 1 No. 10 alia c +++) article 21 procedure for the exchange of (1) plant operators must inform operator a change between the forms of disposal pursuant to § 20 paragraph 1 before the beginning of the previous calendar month. Change number 4 in the form of disposal pursuant to § 20 paragraph 1 or from this out, they can share with notwithstanding a change operator from set 1 up to the fifth working day of the previous month.
(2) in the case of the communications referred to in paragraph 1 the plant operator must also specify: 1. the disposal form is changed according to § 20 paragraph 1, in which, 2. when a change in a direct marketing according to § 20 paragraph 1 number 1 or 2 the balancing group which the current directly marketed to be associated and 3 a percentage distribution of the flow on different forms of disposal pursuant to article 20, paragraph 2 the percentages , is assigned to which the current forms of the sale.
(3) if the Federal Network Agency number 3 has made a determination pursuant to section 85, paragraph 3, the set procedure and format must use paragraphs 1 and 2 for plant operator for the transmission of messages to.
Footnote (+++ § 21: to the application see section 100 paragraph 1 No. 10 alia c +++) section 22 commencement of delivery and duration is financial support to pay for the period of 20 calendar years the year of commissioning of the system. Beginning of the period pursuant to sentence 1 is the date of commissioning of the system, unless otherwise specified in the following provisions.
Footnote (+++ § 22: to the application see § 26 para 1 sentence 3 +++) § 23 calculation of promotion (1) the amount of the claim to financial support is determined according to the fair as a basis for calculating values for electricity from renewable energy sources or from mine gas for this purpose. To fair value is the amount for determining the market premium or the feed-in tariff for electricity from renewable energy sources or from mine gas to be according to the paragraphs 40 to 51 or 55 in cents per kilowatt hour.
(2) the height of at fair values for electricity, which is sponsored by the ratings or the installed capacity of the plant in relation to determine 1st a financial promotion for electricity from solar radiation energy each pro rata according to the installed power of the plant in relation to the threshold to be applied and 2nd in a financial promotion in all other cases each pro rata according to the rated power of the system.
(3) in the fair's values, the sales tax is not included.
(4) the amount of the entitlement to financial support decreases 1 accordance of § 24 at negative prices, 2. in accordance with articles 25, 47 paragraph 4 or the number I. 5 of annex 3 for a violation of a provision of this law, 3. in accordance with sections 26 to 31, due to the degressive design of financial support, 4. in accordance with article 37, paragraph 3 or in article 38 paragraph 2 when requesting a feed-in tariff , 5 in accordance with of article 47 paragraph 1 sentence 2 for the specified share of from biogas for the amount of electricity generated in a given calendar year or 6 in accordance with article 55 paragraph 3 for electricity from greenfield installations.

Article 24 reduction promoting negative prices (1) if the value of hours contracts for the price zone Germany/Austria on the spot market of the power exchange EPEX spot SE in Paris is negative on at least six consecutive hours, reduced themselves to legend value according to § 23 paragraph 1 sentence 2 for the entire period, where the contracts of hours without interruption are negative, on zero.
(2) if the electricity in a month of calendar, where the conditions laid down in paragraph 1 are met at least once, and in the feed-in remuneration according to section 38, the plant operator must be the network operator of data transmission according to § 71 give number 1 the electricity, he in the period has fed that, where the contracts of hours without interruption have been negative. otherwise, the claim reduced according to § 38 in this calendar month by 5 percent per calendar day in which this period is situated wholly or in part.
(3) that are paragraphs 1 and 2 do not apply to 1 equipment, before January 1, 2016, in operation have been taken, 2 wind turbines with an installed capacity of less than 3 MW or other installations with an installed capacity of less than 500 kilowatts, which apply respectively § 32 paragraph 1 sentence 1 according to, 3. demonstration projects.

Article 25 the support duty violations (1) the map value according to § 23 paragraph 1 sentence 2 decreases to zero, 1 as long as plant operators the information necessary for the registration of the system not in accordance with the regulation according to article 93 have submitted 2 as long and as far as system operator of a facility registered pursuant to the regulation according to article 93 have transmitted an increase of the installed capacity of the plant not in accordance of the regulation according to article 93 , 3. If operators breach of section 20, paragraph 2, sentence 2, 4. as long as in plants according to article 100, paragraph 2, sentence 2 according to article 100, paragraph 2, sentence 3 not is satisfied.
Sentence 1 number 3 shall apply until the end of the third calendar month following the termination of the offence against section 20, paragraph 2, sentence 2.
(2) the map value according to § 23 paragraph 1 sentence 2 decreases on the market value of the month, 1 as long as operators against article 9, paragraph 1, 2, 5, or 6 are, 2. If operators have submitted the change between the different forms of sale according to § 20 paragraph 1 not in accordance with the section 21 operator, 3. as long as system operator which is produced in the plant power operator under § 19 paragraph 1 number 2 available to make , violation of section 39 paragraph 2, but at least for the duration of the entire calendar month in which such a violation has occurred, 4. If broken plant operators against the obligations regulated in section 80, 5. as far as the construction or the operation is used the system to fulfill the role of public buildings on the basis of a national regulation according to § 3 paragraph 4, number 1 of the renewable energies heat Act and if the plant is not CHP plant.
The reduction applies 1 number 2 until the end of the calendar month following the termination of the infringement, and in the case of the theorem in the case of the set six calendar months following 1 number 4 for the duration of the infringement, plus the.
Footnote (+++ § 25: application cf. § 100 para 1 No. 3 +++) § 26 General provisions to lower the promotion (1) are the values to be without prejudice to sections 100 and 101 of the calculation of financial support to use 1 for electricity generated by plants for generating electricity from solar radiation energy, which are accepted, before September 1, 2014 in operation 2.
for electricity generated by plants for the generation of electricity from geothermal energy and power from wind turbines at sea, taken before January 1, 2018, in operation, and 3 for electricity from other plants, which have been taken before January 1, 2016, in operation.
You have to consider also the calculation of the financial support for electricity generated by plants taken from the dates referred to in sentence 1 in operation, with the proviso that the values to be reduced in accordance with the paragraphs 27 to 31, 37 (3) and article 38, paragraph 2, sentence 1. The values to be calculated at the time of commissioning are each to apply for the entire duration of funding pursuant to § 22.
(2) the publications, for the application of sections 28, 29, 31 and the number I. 5 of Appendix 3 are required, including publication under sections 28, 29 and 31 applicable to fair values regulates the decree which according to article 93, where each calendar month up to the end of the following month in accordance with this regulation must be published for: 1. for installations for the production of electricity from biomass : a) the sum of the installed capacity of the plants that are in this period have been registered taken into operation as (gross extension), b) the amount of installed capacity, which first used after 31 July 2014 in plants in operation, have been taken prior to August 1, 2014 in operation, 2 for wind turbines on land: a) the sum of the installed capacity of the equipment , which taken have been registered in this period than in operation, b) the sum of the installed capacity of the plants which shut down have been registered in this period as final, and c) the difference between the values according to the letters a and b (NET extension), 3 for installations for the production of electricity from solar radiation energy the sum of installed capacity, which in this period than in operation taken registered have been (gross extension).
(3) the values to be are rounded according to the calculation pursuant to paragraph 1, in conjunction with the sections 27 to 31 on two places after the comma. For the calculation of the amount to fair value on the basis of a renewed adjustment pursuant to paragraph 1, in conjunction with the sections 27 to 31 are the unrounded values of the previous adjustment to be based.
Footnote (+++ § 26: application cf. Article 100, paragraph 1 No. 10 alia b +++) (+++ § 26 para 3 sentence 1: the application cf. Article 38 paragraph 2 sentence 2 +++) § 26 para 2 No. 2 input set italics: due to obvious mistake the word "Wind turbines" was replaced by "Wind turbines" § 27 reduction of funding for electricity from hydropower, landfill gas, sewage treatment plant gas, mine gas and geothermal energy (1) the values to be reduced from the year 2016 year to 1 January for 1 hydropower according to § 40 0.5 percent , 2. landfill gas under section 41 to 1.5 percent, 3. sewage gas according to § 42 1.5 per cent and 4 mine gas according to § 43 by 1.5 percent.
(2) to create values for electricity generated from geothermal pursuant to § 48 are reduced from the year 2018 to 1 January to 5.0 per cent per year.
Footnote (+++ § 27: to the application see section 100 paragraph 1 No. 10 alia b +++) § 28 reduction of funding for electricity from biomass (1) the gross growth of plants for the production of electricity from biomass should not exceed 100 megawatts of installed capacity per year.
(2) to fair values according to sections 44 to 46 decrease from the year 2016 respectively to the 1 January, 1 April, 1 July and 1 October one year at fair values applicable 0.5% compared with the previous three calendar months.
(3) the reduction referred to in paragraph 2 increased to 1.27 percent, if the published number 1 (a) pursuant to section 26 paragraph 2 exceeds gross additions of plants for the production of electricity from biomass in the entire reference period pursuant to paragraph 4 the target referred to in paragraph 1.
(4) period is the period following the last calendar day of the 18th month and before the first calendar day of the fifth month, which precedes a date referred to in paragraph 2.
Footnote (+++ § 28: apply cf. § 100 para 1 No. 10 alia b +++) § 29 reduction of funding for wind energy on land (1) the target corridor for the net addition of wind turbines on land is 2 400 to 2 600 megawatts per year.
(2) to fair values according to § 49 decrease from the year 2016 respectively to the 1 January, 1 April, 1 July and 1 October one year at fair values applicable 0.4 per cent compared with the previous three calendar months.
(3) the reduction of in fair value referred to in paragraph 2 is increased when the published number 2(c) according to § 26 paragraph 2 net additions of wind turbines on land during the entire period pursuant to paragraph 6 the target corridor referred to in paragraph 1 1 to up to 200 megawatts, on exceeds 0.5 percent, 2. to more than 200 megawatt exceeds 0.6 percent, 3. to more than 400 megawatt exceeds , to 0.8 percent, 4. to more than 600 megawatt exceeds that exceeds 1.0 percent or 5 to more than 800 megawatts, to 1.2 percent.
(4) the reduction of in fair value referred to in paragraph 2 is decreased if the published number 2(c) according to § 26 paragraph 2 net additions of wind turbines on land during the entire period under paragraph 6 the target corridor referred to in paragraph 1 1 to up to 200 megawatts falls below, to 0.3 percent, 2. to more than 200 megawatts falls below to 0.2 percent or 3 to more than 400 megawatts falls below , to zero.
(5) the reduction of in fair value referred to in paragraph 2 is reduced to zero and increase to fair values according to § 49 compared to be applicable in the previous three months, when according to § 26 paragraph 2 published number 2(c) net additions of wind turbines on land during the entire period under paragraph 6 the target corridor according to paragraph 1 1 to more than 600 megawatts falls below , by 0.2 percent or 2 to more than 800 megawatts falls below, by 0.4 percent.
(6) reference period is the period following the last calendar day of the 18th month and before the first calendar day of the fifth month, which precedes a date referred to in paragraph 2.
Footnote (+++ § 29: application cf. Article 100, paragraph 1 No. 10 alia b +++) § 30 reduction of funding for electricity from wind energy at sea (1) for electricity from wind energy at sea are reduced to fair values 1 to § 50 paragraph 2 a) January 1, 2018, up 0.5 cents per kilowatt hour, b) to the 1 January 2020 to 1.0 cents per kilowatt hour and c) from the year 2021 to January 1 to 0.5 cents per kilowatt hour per year , 2. According to § 50 paragraph 3 to the 1 January 2018 to 1.0 cent per kilowatt hour.
(2) for the application of paragraph 1 the time of operational readiness of the wind power plant on Lake is derogation from § 26 paragraph 1 sentence 2 and 3 pursuant to section 17e, paragraph 2, sentence 1 and 4 of the energy industry act decisively, if the network connection to the mandatory completion date pursuant to section 17 d paragraph 2 sentence 5 of the energy industry Act has been completed.

Article 31 reduction of funding for electricity from solar radiation energy (1) the target corridor for the gross growth of plants for the production of electricity from solar radiation energy is 2 400 to 2 600 megawatts per year.
(2) the values to be decreased 0.5% compared to the values to be applicable in the previous calendar month according to § 51 from 1 September 2014 monthly to the first calendar day of the month. The monthly reduction pursuant to sentence 1 increases or decreases to the 1 January, 1 April, 1 July and 1 October of each year in accordance with paragraphs 3 and 4 (3) increases the monthly reduction of in fair value referred to in paragraph 2 sentence 2 If number 3 published pursuant to article 26, paragraph 2 gross additions of plants for the production of electricity from solar radiation energy during the entire period under paragraph 5 the target corridor referred to in paragraph 1 to 1 up to 900 Megawatt exceeds, exceeds 1.00 percent, 2. to more than 900 megawatts, exceeds to 1.40 percent, 3. to more than 1,900 megawatts, exceeding 1.80 percent, 4. more than 2 900 megawatts, exceeds to 2.20 percent, 5. by more than 3 900 MW, exceeds it to 2.50 percent or 6 to more than 4 900 megawatts, to 2.80 percent.
(4) the monthly reduction of in fair value referred to in paragraph 2 sentence 2 reduced when published pursuant to section 26 paragraph 2 No. 3 gross additions of plants for the production of electricity from solar radiation energy during the entire period under paragraph 5 the target corridor referred to in paragraph 1 1 up to 900 megawatts falls below, to 0.25 percent, 2. to more than 900 megawatts falls below , below zero or 3 to more than 1,400 megawatts, to zero; the values to be increased according to § 51 to the first calendar day of each quarter once by 1.50 percent.
(5) period is the period following the last calendar day of the 14th month and before the first calendar day of the month preceding a date referred to in paragraph 2.
(6) if the amount of installed capacity supported by equipment for generating electricity from solar radiation energy first exceeds 52 000 megawatts, the values to be reduced according to paragraph 51 on the first calendar day of the second calendar month following to zero crossing. Funded plants are all plants for generating electricity from solar radiation energy, 1 which have been registered in accordance with the regulation according to article 93 as a funded system, 2.
for the amended site and the installed capacity according to section 16 paragraph 2 sentence 2 of the renewable energies Act in the December 31, 2011, pursuant to article 17, paragraph 2 number 1 (a) of the renewable energies Act number 1(a) of the renewable energy law in force on 31 July 2014 to the Federal Network Agency have been transmitted in the version applicable March 31, 2012 or according to § 17 paragraph 2 or 3. prior to January 1, 2010 in operation; taken the total of installed capacity is appreciated by the Federal Network Agency, taking into account the messages in their photovoltaic registration portal and data of transmission system operators and the Federal Statistical Office.

§ 32 support for electricity from multiple attachments (1) several plants apply irrespective of ownership and solely for the purpose of the determination of the claim under § 19 for the generator used last in operation as a plant, if 1 they are located at the same site, or else in the immediate vicinity, they produce similar renewable electricity, 2. 3 generated electricity according to the provisions of this Act in relation to the rated power or the installed capacity of the plant in them is supported financially and 4. they are been taken within twelve consecutive calendar months in operation.
Notwithstanding sentence 1 several facilities regardless of ownership and solely for the purpose of the determination of the claim are equal according to § 19 for the generator used last in operating a facility, if they produce electricity from biogas with the exception of Biomethane and biogas is from same biogas production plant.
(2) without prejudice to paragraph 1 sentence 1 several facilities according to § 51 para 1 are equal number 2 and 3 regardless of ownership and solely for the purpose of determining the claim according to § 19 for the generator used last in operating a facility, if they have been built 1 within the same municipality, which is responsible for the adoption of the development plan and 2 24 consecutive calendar months at a distance of up to 2 kilometers into the air. , measured from the outer edge of each system, put into operation.
(3) plant operators can settle on a common measuring electricity from several plants that employ similar renewable energy or firedamp. In this case, the installed capacity of each individual plant is decisive for the calculation of promotion subject to paragraph 1.
(4) is priced electricity from multiple wind turbines over a common measuring system, is contrary to paragraph 3 the allocation of the amounts of electricity to the wind turbines in the ratio of the respective reference yield.
Footnote (+++ § 32 para 1: application cf. § 52 para 2 +++) (+++ § 32 para 1 sentence 1: the application see § 24 para 3 No. 2, § 37 para 4, § 61 para 2 No. 4 +++) (+++ § 32 para 1 sentence 1: the application see § 7 para 3 sentence 3 AusglMechV 2015 +++) (+++ § 32 para 3 and 4: the application cf. Article 72, paragraph 1 No. 2 +++) § 33 set-off (1) set-off of claims of the plant operator according to § 19 with a request of the system operator may only be , as far as the claim is undisputed or legally ascertained.
(2) the set-off prohibition § 23 paragraph 3 of low voltage connection regulation does not apply to claims arising from this Act are expected to be up.
Footnote (+++ § 33: to the application see § 52 para 2 +++) (+++ § 33 par. 1: the application cf. Article 57 par. 5 sentence 3 +++) section 2 market premium can sponsored direct marketing article 34 (1) plant operators for electricity from renewable energy sources or from mine gas, they number 1 directly market according to § 20 para 1, which actually fed, has been removed by a third party, network operators require a market premium.
(2) the height of the market premium is calculated produced. Calculated retroactively based on the values calculated for the respective calendar month after attachment 1 footnote (+++ § 34: application cf. § 100 para 1 No. 10 alia c +++) § 35 conditions the market premium entitlement to payment of the premium of the market only exist if 1 for the current no avoided network charge is made according to § 18 paragraph 1 sentence 1 of mains charge regulation claim, 2. the electricity in a plant is generated , the remote control within the meaning of article 36, paragraph 1, and 3. the current in a financial or capital circle is accounted for, in which only the following electricity is accounted for: a) electricity from renewable energy sources or from mine gas, number 1 is directly marketed in the form of disposal article 20, paragraph 1, or b) stream that not covered by 3(a) and is responsible for its setting in the balance sheet or capital district by the operator or the direct marketing business.
The requirement must be met before the beginning of the second calendar month following start-up pursuant to sentence 1 number 2.
Footnote (+++ § 35: application cf. Article 100, paragraph 1 No. 10 alia c +++) (+++ section 35, sentence 1 No. 2: the application cf. Article 100, paragraph 1 No. 5 +++) section 36 were remote control (1) are remote control within the meaning of section 35, sentence 1 number 2, if the operator 1 keep the technical facilities, which are required, so a direct marketing business owner or any other person, to the electricity is sold , at any time a) each is feeding can retrieve and b) the Injectability can reduce by remote control, and 2 grant authority over the direct marketing business owner or other person, the power will be sold to that, that at any time a) the respective is feed to retrieve and b) to reduce which is required and excluded not after regulatory approval has been shown for a needs-based feed-in of electricity feed-in power remote-controlled to an extent.
Set is also met when shared technical facilities are provided for several systems, which are connected via same link point to the network, which at any time call the entire supply of plants of direct marketing entrepreneurs or the other person and the entire feed-in power of the plants can reduce remote control 1 point 1.
(2) for systems, where according to § 21 c of the energy industry Act to build measurement systems within the meaning of section 21 of the energy industry Act are, that meet the requirements according to section 21e of the energy law, the retrieval of is feeding and the remote controlled reducing the feed must be pursuant to paragraph 1 of the measuring system; § 21 g of energy law be observed. As long as the installation of a measuring system is possible not technically within the meaning of § 21 c paragraph 2 of the energy industry Act, transmission techniques and routes of transmission are permitted, taking into account the relevant standards and recommendations of the Federal Office for security in information technology, which correspond to the State of technology at the plant; § 21 g of energy law be observed. Sentence 2 is to apply accordingly for installations where for any other reason there is no requirement for the installation of a measuring system according to § 21 c of the energy industry Act.
(3) the use of equipment referred to in paragraph 1 sentence 1 number 1, as well as the power to that referred to in paragraph 1 set 1 number 2 the direct marketing business owner or the other person is admitted, may according to § 14 does not restrict the right of the carrier to the power management.
Footnote (+++ section 36: application cf. § 100 para 1 No. 10 alia c +++) section 3 feed-in tariff section 37 feed-in tariff for small installations (1) plant operators can for electricity from renewable energy sources or from mine gas, they provide number 3 operator according to article 20, paragraph 1, of this network operators require a feed-in tariff.
(2) the entitlement of a feed-in tariff is 1 for electricity generated by plants that were taken before January 1, 2016, in operation and have an installed capacity of more than 500 kilowatts, and 2 for power from plants that were taken after December 31, 2015 in operation and have an installed capacity of more than 100 kilowatts.
(3) the amount of the feed-in tariff is calculated from at fair values and the articles 20 and 32, where at fair values before the reduction according to the sections 26 to 31 1 0.2 cents per kilowatt-hour for electricity within the meaning of §§ 40-48 are to pull off and to deduct 2. 0.4 cents per kilowatt-hour for electricity within the meaning of sections 49 to 51 are.
(4) regardless of the ownership structure and solely for the purpose of determining the installed capacity referred to in paragraph 2 is to apply article 32 paragraph 1 sentence 1 according to.
Footnote (+++ section 37: to the application see section 100 paragraph 1 No. 6 +++) § 38 feed-in tariff in exceptional cases (1) plant operators can for electricity from renewable energy sources or from mine gas, they provide number 4 operator according to article 20, paragraph 1, of this network operators require a feed-in tariff.
(2) the amount of the feed-in tariff is calculated from the fair's values and the articles 20 and 32, where the values to be decrease after the reduction after the sections 26 to 31 to value to be 20 per cent compared to article 26, paragraph 3, sentence 1. At fair values determined pursuant to sentence 1 is to apply section 26 paragraph 3 sentence 1 according to.

Section 39 common provisions for the feed-in tariff
(1) the entitlement to a feed-in tariff for electricity, which has actually been removed pursuant to section 11 by a network operator.
(2) operators, the operator power after article 20 paragraph 1 number 3 or number 4 available make, must from this point and for this period basically a claim according to § 19 is the total power produced in this plant, 1 for the operator, 2 which is not in the immediate vicinity of the plant is consumed and 3rd is routed through a network , provide. You may not participate with this plant in the balancing energy market.
Section 4 special promotion regulations (divisions) section 40 (1) hydroelectric power for electricity from hydropower the to value to 1 and including a rated power of 500 kilowatts is 12.52 cents per kilowatt-hour, 2-including a rated power of 2 MW 8.25 cents per kilowatt hour, 3-including a rated output of 5 megawatts 6.31 cents per kilowatt hour, 4-including a rated power of 10 MW 5.54 cents per kilowatt hour , 5 including a rated capacity of 20 megawatt 5.34 cents per kilowatt-hour, 6-including a rated capacity of 50 megawatts 4.28 cents per kilowatt hour, 7 from a rated power of more than 50 megawatts 3.50 cents per kilowatt hour.
(2) the entitlement to financial support also for power consists of plants, which were taken before 1 January 2009 in operation, if increased after 31 July 2014 are authorised exercise measure the performance of the system. Sentence 1 is not regulated education measures to apply when increased capacity by at least 10 percent. The claim pursuant to sentence 1 or 2 from the closure of the operation for a period of 20 years plus the remaining remaining part of the year in which the education measure has been completed.
(3) for electricity from water power, produced in plants referred to in paragraph 2 with an installed capacity of more than 5 megawatts, an entitlement to financial support only for the power, pursuant to paragraph 2 attributable to set 1 or 2 of the performance boost. If the plant had installed capacity including 5 MW before August 1, 2014, the claims under the existing scheme is for the electricity, which corresponds to the share of this performance.
(4) the financial support referred to in paragraph 1 claim 1 in the spatial context with a pre-existing or a dam to be built primarily for purposes other than the production of electricity from hydropower or 2 without continuous lateral control only if the system has been built completely or partially.
Footnote (+++ § 40 paragraph 1: to apply see § 100 para 1 No. 10 alia b +++) § 41 landfill gas for electricity generated from landfill gas is the to value to 1 and including a rated power of 500 kilowatts 8.42 cents per kilowatt hour and 2-including a rated output of 5 megawatts 5.83 cents per kilowatt hour.
Footnote (+++ section 41: application cf. Article 100, paragraph 1 No. 10 alia b +++) § 42 sewage gas for electricity from sewage gas the to value to 1 and including a rated power of 500 kilowatts is 6.69 cents per kilowatt hour and 2-including a rated output of 5 megawatts 5.83 cents per kilowatt hour.
Footnote (+++ section 42: application cf. § 100 para 1 No. 10 alia b +++) § 43 (1) coal mine gas for electricity from coal mine gas is the to value to 1 and including a rated power of 1 MW 6.74 cents per kilowatt-hour, 2-including a rated output of 5 megawatts from 4.30 cents per kilowatt hour and 3 a rated power of over 5 MW 3.80 cents per kilowatt hour.
(2) the entitlement referred to in paragraph 1 only if the mine gas comes from mines of active or abandoned mines.
Footnote (+++ § 43: application cf. § 100 para 1 No. 10 alia b +++) § 44 biomass for electricity from biomass in the regulation of the biomass is the to value to 1 and including a rated power of 150 kW 13,66 cents per kilowatt-hour, 2-including a rated power of 500 kilowatts 11,78 cents per kilowatt hour, 3-including a rated output of 5 megawatts 10.55 cents per kilowatt hour and 4-including a rated power of 20 MW 5.85 cents per kilowatt hour.
Footnote (+++ § 44: application cf. Article 100 para. 1 No. 10 alia b +++) § 45 digestion, biogas is used by bio-waste (1) for electricity generated by plants where, by anaerobic digestion of biomass in the regulation of biomass with a share of separately collected organic waste within the meaning of the waste key number 20 02 01, 20 03 01 and 20 03 02 of number 1 of annex 1 of the regulation on organic waste during the calendar year by averaging at least 90 percent by mass is obtained , is the to value to 1 and including a rated power of 500 kilowatts 15,26 cents per kilowatt hour and 2-including a rated capacity of 20 megawatt 13.38 cents per kilowatt hour.
(2) the entitlement to financial support is only when the facilities for the anaerobic digestion of organic waste are directly connected with a device for the subsequent composting of solid digestate and the following extinct fermentation residues be recycled.
Footnote (+++ § 45: to the application see section 100 paragraph 1 No. 10 alia b +++) § 46 fermentation of manure for electricity generated by plants where biogas is inserted which has been won by anaerobic digestion of biomass within the meaning of regulation of biomass, the value to be 23,73 cents per kilowatt hour, and 3 for the production of biogas if 1 the at the site of the biogas production plant to produce electricity, 2. the installed capacity at the site of the biogas production plant is no more than 75 kilowatts in the respective calendar year average is a proportion is used of manure with the exception of poultry manure and poultry dry feces of at least 80% by mass.
Footnote (+++ § 46: application cf. Article 100 para. 1 No. 10 alia b +++) § 47 common provisions for electricity from biomass and gases (1) entitlement to financial support for electricity from biogas consists of electricity that is produced in plants with an installed capacity of more than 100 kilowatts, only for the portion of the amount of electricity generated in a given calendar year, which corresponds to a rated power of the system by 50 percent of the value of the installed capacity. For the excess portion of the amount of electricity produced in the calendar year entitlement to financial support in the form of sale number 1 to zero and the sale forms according to § 20 paragraph 1 decreases according to § 20 paragraph 1 number 3 and 4 on the market value of the month.
(2) the entitlement to financial support for electricity from biomass is also only 1 if the plant operator with a copy of a feedstock diary with information and documents about type, quantity and unit, as well as origin of the substances the evidence leads, which biomass and in what extent storage gas or coal mine gas are employed, 2. as far as plants, in which bio-methane is used, generating the electricity from combined heat and power, , and 3. If liquid biomass is used in plants, for the share of electricity from liquid biomass, which is necessary for starting, ignition and supporting combustion; liquid biomass is biomass, which is liquid at the time of entry into the burning or combustion chamber.
Vegetable oil methyl ester is to see to the extent than biomass, which is necessary for the starting, ignition, and supports combustion.
(3) to be entitled to financial support for electricity from biomass to sections 44, 45 or section 46 is from the first calendar year following its initial use, annually until February 28 to prove a year each for the preceding calendar year: 1. the fulfilment of the conditions referred to in paragraph 2 sentence 1 number 2 after to rules of technology; accepted compliance with the recognized rules of the technology is believed to have if the requirements of the work community for warmth and heat sectors - AGFW - e. V. of issued worksheet FW 308 "Certification of CHP - determination of CHP stream" in its up-to-date version; detected Evidence must be provided by presenting an opinion of an environmental verifier with a licence for the area of electricity production from renewable energies or for the area of heat supply; instead of proof after the first half set can for mass-produced CHP plants with an installed capacity of up to 2 megawatts appropriate documentation of the manufacturer provided, from which emerge the thermal and electrical performance as well as the current code, 2. the share of electricity from liquid biomass referred to in paragraph 2 sentence 1 number 3 by submitting a copy of a feedstock diary.
For first time use of the claim according to § 19 in conjunction with article 44 or article 45, also the suitability of the system for compliance with the conditions within the meaning of sentence is 1 number 1 by a report of an environmental verifier with a licence for the area of electricity production from renewable energies or for the area of heat supply to prove.
(4) the right to financial support for electricity from biomass decreases in the respective calendar year total to the value "MWEPEX" referred to in point 2.1 of annex 1 to this Act, if the requirements are not established pursuant to paragraph 3.
(5) the entitlement to financial support for electricity from biomass section 45 or section 46 cannot be combined with section 44.
(6) for a natural gas network removed from gas is as landfill gas, sewage treatment plant gas, coal mine gas, Biomethane or storage gas, 1. so far as the amount of extracted gas in the Wärmeäquivalent at the end of a calendar year is the amount of landfill gas, sewage treatment plant gas, coal mine gas, Biomethane or storage gas, which is been entered elsewhere in the territorial scope of this Act into the natural gas network, and 2. If for the entire transport and distribution of gas from its manufacturing or production , its feeding into the natural gas network and its transport into the natural gas grid are been used until its removal from the natural gas network of mass balancing systems.
(7) the entitlement to financial support for electricity from bio-methane according to section 44 or 45 § there is also if the bio-methane before its removal from the natural gas network on the basis of the energy yield of the feedstock used for generating bio methane balance sheet is divided into use substance-related subsets. The Accounting Division in on-site fabric subsets including the mapping of the feedstock to the respective subset of is to document number 2 in mass accounting pursuant to paragraph 6.
(8) as far as evidence with a copy of a feedstock diary is lead paragraphs 2 or 3, the not required for the proof of personal information in the feedstock Diary by the operator are black.
Footnote (+++ § 47: application cf. Article 100, paragraph 1 No. 10 alia b +++) (+++ § 47 para 6 No. 2: to apply see § 101 paragraph 2 No. 2 +++) (+++ § 47 para 7: application cf. Article 100, paragraph 1 No. 4 +++) § 48 geothermal energy for electricity from geothermal energy is the to value to 25.20 cents per kilowatt hour.
Footnote (+++ section 48: application cf. § 100 para 1 No. 10 alia b +++) § 49 wind energy on land (1) for electricity from wind turbines on land is the map value 4.95 cents per kilowatt-hour (baseline).
(2) by way of derogation from paragraph 1, the value to be is 8.90 cents per kilowatt hour (initial value) in the first five years from the commissioning of the plant. This period shall be extended by one month per 0,36 per cent of the reference yield, the yield of the plant 130 per cent of the reference yield is less than. In addition, the period is extended by a month, 0.48 per cent of the reference yield to the yield of the plant 100 per cent of the reference yield falls below. Reference yield is the calculated yield of the reference system in accordance with the annex 2 to this Act.
(3) for plants with an installed capacity up to including 50 kilowatts is assumed for the calculation of the duration of the initial remuneration, that their income is 75 per cent of the reference yield.
Footnote (+++ paragraph 49: to the application see § 100 para 1 No. 10 alia b +++) § 50 wind energy at sea (1) for electricity from wind turbines at sea is the to value to 3.90 cents per kilowatt-hour (baseline).
(2) by way of derogation from paragraph 1, the value to be is 15.40 cents per kilowatt hour (initial value) in the first twelve years from the commissioning of the wind turbine at sea. The period pursuant to sentence 1 is extended for each of twelve nautical miles and beyond full nautical mile, the plant of the coastline according to § 5 number 36 second half-sentence is away to 0.5 months and for each a water depth of 20 meters beyond full meters water depth to 1.7 months. The water depth is going to determine chart zero.
(3) if has been taken before January 1, 2020 the wind turbine at sea in operations or made their ready for operation under the conditions of article 30, paragraph 2, the value to be is cents per kilowatt-hour by way of derogation from paragraph 1, in the first eight years from the commissioning of the plant 19.40 if actioned the plant operator before start-up of the plant operator. In this case claims become void under paragraph 2 sentence 1, while entitlement to payment 2 with the proviso as to apply rate is referred to in paragraph 2, that the initial value is 15.40 cents per kilowatt hour in the period of the extension.
(4) the period the feed from a wind energy plant on Lake is more than seven consecutive days not possible, because the line is completed in a timely manner or disturbed after section 17 d paragraph 1 sentence 1 of the energy industry Act and the operator is not responsible for this extended paragraphs 2 and 3, starting with the eighth day of the disruption of financial support after , to the period of disorder. Sentence 1 shall not apply insofar as the operator of a wind turbine at sea takes compensation according to section 17e, paragraph 1 or paragraph 2 of the energy industry Act claim. The wind power plant on Lake, the operator does the compensation pursuant to section 17e paragraph 2 of the energy industry Act claim, entitlement to promotion paragraphs 2 and 3 for the period of delay will be reduced after.
(5) paragraphs 1 to 4 apply not to wind farms at sea, which construction has been approved after December 31, 2004 in an area of the German exclusive economic zone or the territorial sea, which has been explained according to § 57 in conjunction with § 32 paragraph 2 of the federal nature conservation act or the national law to a protected parts of nature and landscape. Sentence 1 shall apply up to the protected status for such areas, named the Federal Ministry for environment, nature conservation, construction and nuclear safety of the European Commission as sites of Community importance or European ornithological.
Footnote (+++ § 50: to the application see § 100 para 1 No. 10 alia b +++) § 51 solar radiation energy (1) for electricity generated by plants for generating electricity from solar radiation energy the to legend value subject to paragraphs 2 and 3 down including a installed capacity of 10 megawatts 9,23 cents per kilowatt hour, taking into account the attenuation or boost pursuant to § 31, if the plant 1 in , is mounted on a building or any other building system or and was constructed in the building or the other complex primarily for purposes other than generating electricity from solar radiation energy, 2. an area has been built, for a proceeding under section 38, sentence 1 of the building code has been carried, or 3 in terms of an approved development plan within the meaning of section 30 of the Federal building code has been built and a) the development plan prior to September 1, 2003 set up and later changed with the purpose has been, to build a plant for the production of electricity from solar radiation energy, b) the zoning of sections 8 and 9 of the building Ordinance expelled prior to 1 January 2010 for the area where the plant has been built, a commercial or industrial area in the sense, even if the setting has been changed after January 1, 2010, at least with the purpose , a plant for the production of electricity from solar radiation energy to build, or c) the zoning has been erected September 1, 2003 at least also with the purpose of the construction of a plant for the production of electricity from solar radiation energy in or changed and is the system aa) located on surfaces, which are length of motorways or railways, and the plant at a distance up to 110 meters , have been measured from the outer edge of the paved roadway, built, bb) is on land, which at the time of the decision on the establishment or amendment of the development plan were already sealed, or cc) from commercial, traffic, wohnungsbaulicher or military use is on conversion areas and these areas at the time of the decision on the establishment or amendment of the development plan is not legally binding as a nature reserve within the meaning of article 23 of the federal nature conservation act or a National Park within the meaning of article 24 of the federal nature conservation Act have been set.
(2) for electricity generated by plants for generating electricity from solar radiation energy, which are exclusively in, at or on a building or a noise-protection wall, is the value to be, respectively, taking into account the attenuation or boost pursuant to § 31, 13.15 cents per kilowatt-hour installed 1 including a power of 10 kilowatts, 12.80 cents per kilowatt-hour installed 2 including a power of 40 kW , 3. to including an installed capacity of 1 megawatt 11,49 cents per kilowatt hour and 4 including a installed capacity of 10 megawatts 9,23 cents per kilowatt hour.
(3) for equipment for generating electricity from solar radiation energy, which are attached, that is not a residential building and outdoors according to § 35 of the building code was built, in, on, or on a building, paragraph 2 is to apply only if 1 has been proven before April 1, 2012 a) is been for the building of the construction application or the request for consent provided or reimbursed the display of construction of , b) in the case of a non-licensable construction, which is to bring under its building regulations law of the competent authority agrees, is done for the building the required notice to the authority or c) in the case of other construction of non-licensable, in particular approval, notification and procedures free with the construction of the building started is, 2 that is building in the spatial functional related to a farmstead built after March 31, 2012, an agricultural or forestry operation or 3.
the building of permanent groom serves animals and has. been approved by the Building Authority
In addition, paragraph 1 is to apply number 1.
(4) installations for the production of electricity from solar energy, installations for the production of electricity from solar radiation energy due to a technical defect, replace damaged or stolen in the same site, by way of derogation from § 5 number 21 up to the amount of the performance of equipment for generating electricity from solar radiation energy at the time in operating installed before the replacement in the same site taken to watch , the replaced equipment in operation have been taken to. Claims become void on promotion for the equipment replaced pursuant to sentence 1 final.
Footnote (+++ § 51: application cf. § 100 para 1 No. 10 alia b +++) section 5 special promotion regulations (flexibility) § 52 support claim for flexibility (1) operators have against a network operators eligible for financial support in accordance with sections 53, 54 or article 55 for the deployment of installed capacity, if for the electricity generated at the plant basically also a claim to financial support to the renewable energies act as amended by relevant to the system is; This claim remains unaffected.
(2) § 19 paragraph 2 and 3, article 32, paragraph 1, and article 33 shall apply accordingly.
Footnote (+++ § 52: to the application see section 100 paragraph 1 No. 10 alia d +++) § 53 flexibility surcharge for new plants (1) the claim according to § 52 is for providing flexible capacity in plants for the production of electricity from biogas plant with an installed capacity of more than 100 kilowatts 40 euro per kilowatt of installed capacity per year (flexibility surcharge).
(2) a claim to an additional flexibility exists only if the plant operator for the in article 47 paragraph 1 a funding percentage of the amount of electricity generated in a given calendar year according to § 19 in conjunction with article 44 or article 45 claim and this claim is not reduced according to § 25.
(3) the flexibility supplement can be required for the duration of the funding pursuant to § 22.
Footnote (+++ article 53: to the application see § 100 para 1 No. 10 alia b +++) § 54 premium flexibility for existing plants operators of installations for generating electricity from biogas, which are accepted, according to the applicable 31 July 2014 commissioning term prior to August 1, 2014 in operation can in addition to a sale of the flow in the forms of disposal pursuant to § 20 paragraph 1 a premium for providing additional installed capacity for a needs-based electricity generation (flexibility premium) require number 1 and 2 from the network operator. The claim is 130 euros per kilowatt of flexibly deployed additional installed capacity per year, if they fulfil the conditions referred to in point I of annex 3 pursuant to sentence 1. Is determined the amount of the premium of the flexibility referred to in point II of system 3. footnote (+++ § 54: application cf. § 100 para 1 No. 10 alia d +++) section 6 special funding provisions (tenders) § 55 tender support for ground-mounted plants (1) the Federal Network Agency must determine the financial support and their amount for electricity from ground-mounted plants deploy installed power from greenfield installations according to § 52 in accordance with legal regulation according to § 88 in the context of invitations to tender or according to § 19. The Federal Network Agency discloses the tenders in accordance with the Decree according to § 88.
(2) a claim for a grant in the case of the tender is if 1 the plant operator has permission to support, within the framework of the invitation to tender in accordance with the Legislative Decree according to § 88 for the plant by Supplement granted or later binding is allocated to the system, 2 built the plant in terms of an approved development plan within the meaning of section 30 of the Federal building code , at least with the purpose has been raised or changed to build 3 from the commissioning of the plant fed the entire electricity into the grid generated during the eligibility period according to article 22 in the plant and not even consumed and 4 that article 51 paragraph 1 and the conditions of the regulation according to § 88 are fulfilled other conditions laid down in this law with the exception of the requirements for a facility for the generation of electricity from solar radiation energy.
(3) for electricity from ground-mounted plants set 2 of calendar month following operation have been taken from the first day of the seventh on the first announcement of an invitation to tender referred to in paragraph 1, the value to be decreased according to § 51 para 1 number 2 and 3 to zero. Paragraphs 1 and 2 are not to apply for electricity from greenfield installations, which have been taken before the date referred to in sentence 1 in operation.
(4) the Federal Network Agency publishes the result of invitations to tender including the amount of financial support, which respectively the surcharge has been granted in accordance with the Legislative Decree according to § 88. The Federal Network Agency the allocation of a funding authorization to a facility within the meaning of paragraph 2 tells number 1 including the amount of financial support the concerned operators in accordance with the Decree according to § 88.
Footnote (+++ article 55: application cf. Article 100, paragraph 1 No. 10 alia b +++) part 4 of section 1 balancing mechanism nationwide compensation article 56 passing the transmission system operator must immediately to the upstream transmission system operators share: 1 which according to § 19 para 1 number 2 current and 2 for the entire current financially funded according to § 19 para 1 rewarded the right, this power as "power from renewable energy sources ", promoted to the renewable energies Act" to mark.

Article 57 compensation between network operators and transmission system operators (1) upstream transmission system operators need to network operators that after paid article 19 or article 52 financial subsidies in accordance with the part 3 refund.
(2) transmission system operators shall reimburse 50 per cent of the necessary costs operators caused them through an efficient retrofitting of facilities for the generation of electricity from solar radiation energy, if the network operator on the basis of the retrofit system stability regulation are required. § 11 paragraph 5 shall apply accordingly.
(3) operators have avoided network charges according to § 18 of mains fee regulation, that number 1 of power supply fees regulation not to plant operators are granted and were determined according to § 18 paragraph 2 and 3 of the electricity fee regulation, according to article 18, paragraph 1, sentence 3 of the upstream transmission system pay off. § 11 paragraph 5 is number 2 apply mutatis mutandis.
(4) the payment is according to the paragraphs 1 to 3 close. On the payments, monthly discounts in reasonable amounts are payable.
(5) a transmission network operator pays the carrier a higher than funding provided in part 3, he must reclaim the additional amount. The entitlement is limited to expiry of December of 31 of the second supply following calendar year; the obligation expires pursuant to sentence 1 in that regard. Sentences 1 and 2 are in the ratio of network operators advancing on and plant operators apply mutatis mutandis, except when the payment obligation arises from a contractual agreement. Article 33 paragraph 1 is claims pursuant to sentence 3 not to apply.

Article 58 compensation between transmission system operators (1) transmission system operators must 1 the details of the different scope and the time course of which save financially funded electricity volumes pursuant to § 19, 2nd that store information about the payments from financial aid according to article 19 or article 52, 3. that immediately with each other for the time being offset electricity quantities referred to in point 1, 4. monthly deductions in reasonable amounts paid to the payments referred to in point 2 and 5. the quantities of electricity referred to in point 1 and the payments referred to in point 2 after proviso of Paragraph 2 account.
In the storage and accounting of payments after set, the balances on the basis of section 57, paragraph 4 are 1 number 2, 4 and 5 to be based.
(2) transmission system operators shall determine the amount of electricity accepted and financially supported by article 19 or article 57 and referred to in paragraph 1 provisionally, offsetting them in the preceding calendar year according to § 11 or § 56 including the amount of electricity for which they have received the right to mark the stream as "Electricity from renewable energies or pit gas", and the proportion of this amount to the total amount of electricity each year until July 31 , supplied the electricity supply undertakings in the area of the respective transmission system operator in the preceding calendar year to final consumers.
(3) transmission system operators, who had to take larger amounts than this average, are entitled to acceptance and compensation against the other transmission system operators according to the articles 19 and 52, until that network operators take off electricity, which corresponds to the average value. Transmission system operators, which, relative to the entire electricity supply companies in the area of the respective transmission system operator in the preceding calendar year have supplied electricity to pay a higher proportion of funding according to article 57, paragraph 1, or to replace a higher proportion of the costs pursuant to article 57, paragraph 2, as it corresponds to the average of all transmission system operators, are entitled to reimbursement of financial support or costs against the other transmission system operators , until the cost burden of all transmission system operators equals the average value.

Section 59 marketing by the transmission system operators transmission system operators must itself or jointly according to § 19 para 1 No. 2 tempered power non-discriminatory, transparent and in accordance with the regulations of the compensation mechanism market the.

Section 60 renewable energy levy for utility companies (1) transmission system operators can by electricity utilities that supply electricity to final consumers, the costs for the necessary expenses proportionately to the power supplied by the electricity supply companies to their final consumers require after deduction of the revenue and in accordance with the compensation mechanism Regulation (renewable energy levy). It is irrefutably assumed that amounts of energy, emitted from a balancing group listed in the transmission system operator of physical outlets, and for which no balance circle sharp message of an electricity supply company is according to § 74, were supplied by the holder of the respective balance circuit to final consumers. The proportion is to determine that each electricity supply companies for each kilowatt-hour delivered by him to a final consumer bears power same costs. Monthly deductions to reasonable shall be payable on the payment of the renewable energy levy.
(2) objection to claims of transmission system operators to payments referred to in paragraph 1 shall entitle payment postponement or refusal of payment only, as far as the serious possibility of an obvious error. A set-off against claims referred to in paragraph 1 is not allowed. In the case of arrears of more than a discount request transmission system operators may terminate the balance group contract compared to the electricity supply company if the payment of in arrears despite reminders and threat of termination three weeks after notice of termination is not fully done. The threat of termination can be connected to the reminder. Movements 1, 3, and 4 are for the reporting of energy quantities according to section 74 shall apply mutatis mutandis, that the deadline for the reporting of information after notice of termination of six weeks.
(3) for electricity that is delivered or taken for the purpose of caching on an electrical, chemical, mechanical or physical power storage, the of transmission system operators is not valid for paragraphs 1 or 2 on payment of renewable energy levy after, energy solely to back feeding electricity into the grid is taken from the current store. Sentence 1 is to apply for electricity, which is used for generating storage gas, which is fed into the natural gas grid, if the storage gas number 1 and 2 to generate electricity used, taking into account the requirements according to article 47 paragraph 6 and the power actually fed into the grid. The claim of transmission system operators on payment of the EEG assessment according to paragraphs 1 and 2 shall not apply also to electricity that is delivered to operators to compensate for property-related losses as energy of loss of power fee regulation according to § 10.
(4) electricity supply undertakings, which are not complied with its obligations relating to the payment of the renewable energy levy referred to in paragraph 1, must pay interest on this money due according to § 352 paragraph 2 of the commercial code as of entry of the due date. Sentence 1 is to apply accordingly if the due date could not occur because the electricity supply undertaking not or not timely reported the amounts of electricity it supplied contrary to section 74 the transmission system operator; solely for the purpose of calculating interest on the debt for the payment of the renewable energy levy on the electricity Communicator according to § 74 to is in this case a year at the latest on 1 January of the following year due to consider.
Footnote (+++ section 60, paragraph 2, sentence 1 and paragraph 4: the application see § 7 para 4 AusglMechV 2015 +++) § 61 EEG assessment for final consumers and self catering (1) transmission system operators can demand by final consumers for the power supply the following shares of renewable energy levy according to article 60, paragraph 1: 1 30% of electricity consumed after 31 July 2014 and before January 1, 2016, 2. 35 percent for electricity , which is used after December 31, 2015, and before January 1, 2017, and 3. 40 per cent for electricity consumed from 1 January 2017.
Increases to 100 percent of the renewable energy levy, the value pursuant to sentence 1 if 1 the power generation plant neither a system in accordance with § 5 number 1 is still a CHP plant which is highly efficient in the sense of § 53a paragraph 1 sentence 3 of the energy tax Act and reached a monthly or annual efficiency by at least 70 per cent according to § 53a (1) sentence 2 number 2 of the energy tax Act, or 2. the equity provider his obligation according to § 74 to 31 May of the following year has not fulfilled.
The transmission system operator may require final consumers also for the other consumption of electricity not supplied by an electricity supply business, according to article 60, paragraph 1 100 per cent of renewable energy levy. The provisions of this Act for electricity utilities are on final consumers, who are the sentences 1 to 3 to the payment obligation, apply mutatis mutandis.
(2) claims become void under paragraph 1 own supplies, 1 as far as the current in the secondary and auxiliary equipment of a power generation plant for the generation of electricity in the technical sense is consumed (power consumption), 2 If the in-house provider is neither directly nor indirectly connected to a network, 3. If the equity provider itself fully supplied with electricity from renewable energy sources and for the power from its plant , which he consumes itself, takes no financial support after part 3 in claim, or 4 when electricity from power plants with an installed capacity of no more than 10 kilowatts, consumed for no more than 10 megawatt-hours even current calendar year; This is from the power generation plant for a period of 20 calendar years the year of commissioning; Article 32, paragraph 1, sentence 1 shall apply accordingly.
(3) claims become void pursuant to paragraph 1 also in installations, 1st and 3rd when the final consumers operates the electricity generation plant as auto-producers, 2. as far as the final consumer consumes the power itself if the current is not routed through a network, unless the electricity is consumed in spatial connection to the electricity generation plant.
A stock plant is a power generation plant after the numbers 1 each power generation plant, 1 that the final consumers prior to August 1, 2014, as auto-producers in compliance with the requirements of sentence 1 has operated, 2nd that before 23 January 2014 after the Federal Immission Control Act has been approved or accepted in accordance with any other provision of federal law, after August 1, 2014, the electricity generated has and is been used before 1 January 2015 in accordance with the requirements of sentence 1 or 3. or 2 in the same site renewed, extended or replaced, unless, the installed capacity has been enhanced through the renewal, extension or replacement by more than 30 percent.
(4) for installations, which have been taken already before September 1, 2011 operational paragraph 3 is to apply with the stipulations that 1 paragraph 3 not applicable 1 number 3 is set and 2. paragraph 3 is set to apply only 2 number 3, if a) the requirements of paragraph 3 sentence 1 No. 3 are met or b) the entire electricity system before January 1, 2011, in the ownership of the final consumer was , which takes the privilege pursuant to paragraph 3 in the claim, and the power generation plant on the premises of the final consumer was built.
(5) for the review of the obligation by equity providers of renewable energy levy transmission system operators can can transmit the following data, insofar as this is necessary: 1 by the main customs offices data on auto-producers and in-house catering, if and insofar as this is allowed in the current tax law, or in a regulation adopted on the basis of the current tax law, 2. the Federal Office of Economics and export control over the data the equity supplier according to § 8 paragraph 1 the power heat coupling Act in amended and 3rd by the operators of downstream networks contact details of self catering and more info about the self-sufficiency including the power consumption of own suppliers connected to its network.
The transmission system operator can match automatically with the data according to § 74 set 3 data pursuant to sentence 1 number 2 and 3. The data collected pursuant to sentence 1 may be used exclusively so that their unauthorized disclosure is excluded. You are to delete 1 number 1 or the match immediately after completion of the review pursuant to sentence pursuant to sentence 2.
(6) power, for the transmission system operators may require the payment of the EEG assessment referred to in paragraph 1 must be measured by the final consumers through calibrated measuring equipment.
(7) power must be taken into account in calculating the self produced and consumed electricity volumes pursuant to paragraphs 1 to 6 relative to each 15-minute interval (fact), only up to the amount of aggregate private consumption. A measurement of is feeding is required only if it is not already technically ensured that production and consumption of electricity are simultaneously. Other provisions require a measurement of is feeding, remain unaffected.
Footnote (+++ § 61: to the application see § 78 para 6 +++) (+++ § 61 para 5 set 2 to 4: application cf. § 9 par. 5 sentence 4 AusglMechV 2015 +++) (+++ § 61 para 7: application cf. Article 104 para 3 sentence 1 +++) subsequent correction (1) during the next settlement are § 62 to take into account changes in the amount of billable electricity or financial aid, arising for the following reasons : 1 from recoveries on the basis of article 57 paragraph 5, 2nd out of a final court decision in the main proceedings, 3 from the transmission and the comparison of data according to article 61, paragraph 5, 4. proceedings conducted between the parties to the proceedings with the clearing agent according to section 81, paragraph 4, sentence 1 number 1, 5. a decision of the Federal Network Agency according to article 85 or 6 from an enforceable title , which is only happened after the settlement according to § 58 paragraph 1.
(2) deviations from the amount of electricity that underlie a final statement according to § 74, result from the accounting for consumption of electricity suppliers to final consumers are to take into account these changes during the next settlement. section 75 shall apply accordingly.
Footnote (+++ § 62: to the application see section 70 sentence 2 +++) section 2 special compensation section 63 principle request limited to prevent the Federal Office of Economics and export control of acceptance points based 1 pursuant of article 64 the renewable energy levy for electricity consumed by power-intensive companies themselves, the contribution of these enterprises to the renewable energy levy in a mass to keep, is compatible with its international competition, and their migration abroad , and 2. in accordance with the section 65 are the renewable energy levy for electricity consumed by railways itself to get the intermodal competitiveness of the railways, as far as this each does not undermine the objectives of the Act and the limit with the interests of all electricity consumers is consistent.
Footnote (+++ § 63: application cf. Article 66, paragraph 1 and article 103, paragraph 1 input set, para 1 No. 6, para. 2 input set, para. 2 No. 3, para 5 input sentence and paragraph 7 set 3 +++) article 64 Stromkostenintensive is (1) in a company, to assign an industry according to annex 4, limiting occurs only if it can prove that and to what extent 1 in the last completed business year according to article 60, paragraph 1 or article 61 subject to pay-as-you-go and even used electricity to a supply point , associate is at the company after Appendix 4, amounted to more than 1 gigawatt-hour, 2. the electricity intensity a) at a company that is an industry according to annex 4 to map list 1, amounted to at least the following value: aa) 16 per cent for the limitation in the calendar year 2015 and bb) 17 per cent for the limitation from the calendar year 2016 , b) in the case of a company that is an industry according to annex 4 to map list 2, has to be at least 20 percent and 3 a the company certified energy or environmental management system or, if the company in the last financial year has consumed less than 5 gigawatt hours of electricity, an alternative system for improving energy efficiency according to § 3 operates the top compensation efficiency system regulation in force at the time of the end of the last completed fiscal year.
(2) renewable energy levy is limited in the acceptance places, where associate is a company according to annex 4, for the power the company there in the limitation period itself consumed, as follows: 1. the renewable energy levy is for the current content up including 1 gigawatt-hour not limited (deductible). This deductible will be paid at the limit year first.
2. the renewable energy levy is limited to 1 gigawatt-hour to 15 per cent of renewable energy levy determined in accordance with article 60, paragraph 1 for the share of electricity.
3. is the amount of renewable energy levy payable referred to in point 2 in total all limited decrease places of the company on more than the limited following share of gross value added, which has made the company the arithmetic average of the last three completed financial years: a) 0.5 per cent of gross value added, unless the electricity intensity of the company amounted to at least 20 percent, or b) 4.0 percent of the gross value, as long as the electricity intensity of the company amounted to less than 20 percent.
4. the limit according to paragraphs 2 and 3 is only so far that the renewable energy levy to be paid by the company for the current proportion of 1 gigawatt-hour is not lower than the following value: a) 0.05 cents per kilowatt hour to decrease places where companies with a serial number 130, 131 or 132 according to annex 4 to associate is, or b) 0.1 cents per kilowatt-hour to other inspection bodies;
the excess referred to in point 1 shall remain unaffected.
(3) the conditions referred to in paragraph 1 and gross value added, that referred to in paragraph 2 are number 3 for the boundary decision must be based (based on limit), as follows to demonstrate: 1. the conditions laid down in paragraph 1 number 1 and 2 and the basis of limitation referred to in paragraph 2 by a) the electricity supply contract and the utility bills for the last complete financial year, b) the information of provided in the last three completed financial years by an electricity supply company or even produced and even consumed as well as routed electricity volumes and c) the certificate of an auditor, an audit firm, a sworn auditor or book audit firm on the basis of the audited annual financial statements according to the specifications of the commercial code for the last three completed financial years; the certificate shall contain the following information: aa) indicated for the purpose of the operation and to the operating activity of the company, bb) information on the amount of electricity the company that supplied or even generated and were even consumed including by electricity supply undertakings in which, without limitation for these quantities of electricity renewable energy levy payable would have been, and cc) all components of gross value added.
on the certificate, § 319 paragraph 2 to 4 are to apply section 319 (b) paragraph 1, article 320, paragraph 2 and § 323 of the commercial code according to; the certificate is to demonstrate that the data contained therein with reasonable certainty are free of material misstatement and deviations; When assessing the gross value added, a materiality threshold of 5 percent is sufficient, d) proof of the classification of the company by the statistical offices of the countries in the application of the classification of economic activities of the Federal Office of statistics, output 20083, and the consent of the company, that the Federal Office of Economics and export control of the statistical offices of the countries the classification of company registered with them and its permanent establishments submit may be , 2 for the conditions referred to in paragraph 1 number 3 with a valid DIN EN ISO 50001-certificate is a valid registration or renewal decision the EMAS Registry regarding the registration in the EMAS register or a valid proof of the operation of an alternative system for improving energy efficiency; § 4 paragraph 1 to 3 of top compensation efficiency system regulation in force at the time of the end of the last completed fiscal year is to be applied accordingly.
(4) companies, newly established after June 30 of the previous year, can number 1 in the first year after the re-establishment over a shortened fiscal year transmit data by way of derogation from paragraph 3, in the second year after the founding data for the first complete financial year and in the third year after the founding data for the first and second closed fiscal year. For the first year after the founding, the boundary decision subject of revocation is issued. After completion of the first financial year, a subsequent review of the application requirements and the scope of limitation is carried out by the Federal Office of Economics and export control on the basis of the data of the last financial year. Paragraph 3 is to apply the rest accordingly. Newly established companies are only those who for the first time take up their activities under creating essentially new assets; they may not be caused by conversion. Newly created business assets is, if above the ground - and capital further assets of the investment or current assets purchased, rented or leased. It is irrefutably assumed that the founding date is the date, where power for production purposes is taken for the first time.
(5) paragraphs 1 to 4 are independent parts of a company that is an industry to associate list 1 of annex 4 apply mutatis mutandis. An independent Division exists only when a partial operation with its own location or a delimited by the other companies at the site operating with the essential features of a company is, the Division at any time as legally independent companies could conduct its business, significantly with external third party achieved its revenues and has a distinct decrease function. For the independent company of its own balance and an its own profit and loss account are in corresponding application of the commercial code applicable to all merchants to set up. Pursuant to sentence 3, the balance sheet and the profit and loss account are to consider in appropriate application of paragraphs 317 to 323 of the commercial code.
(6) for the purposes of this paragraph, 1 is "Supply point" the sum of all spatially and physically related electrical equipment including the own supply systems of a company located on a self-contained premises and are connected to the network via one or more collection points; It must have its own electricity meter at all sampling points and proprietary equipment supply, 2. "gross value added" gross value added of at factor cost of the company according to the definition of the Federal Statistical Office, professional series 4, number 4.3, Wiesbaden 20074, without deduction of the personnel costs for temporary employment relationship; the effects caused by previous boundary decisions remain in the calculation of gross value added is not taken into consideration, and 3 "electricity intensity" the ratio of the relevant electricity including electricity costs subject to allocation to § 61 itself consumed electricity volumes to the arithmetic average of the gross value added in the last three completed financial years of the company; Here the relevant electricity costs are calculated by multiplying the arithmetic means of the electricity consumption of the company in the last three completed financial years, or the standard power consumption, determined in accordance with a regulation according to § 94 No. 1, with the average price of electricity for businesses with similar power consumption, in accordance with a regulation according to § 94 to put the number 2; the effects caused by previous boundary decisions remain in the calculation of the intensity of electricity costs not taken into consideration.
(7) for the attribution of companies to the sectors according to annex 4, the date of the end of the last completed fiscal year is decisive.
3 official note: to obtain from the Federal Statistical Office, Gustav-Stresemann-ring 11, 65189 Wiesbaden; to obtain through www.destatis.de.
4 official note: to obtain from the Federal Statistical Office, Gustav-Stresemann-ring 11, 65189 Wiesbaden; to obtain through www.destatis.de.
Footnote (+++ § 64: to the application cf. § 103 par. 1 input set, para. 1 No. 6, para. 2 input set, para. 2 No. 3, para. 3 sentence 2, paragraph 4 sentence 2, para 5 input sentence and paragraph 7 set 3 +++) (+++ § 64 para. 1 No. 3: the application cf. § 103 par. 1 No. 1 +++) (+++ § 64 para 2 & 3 No. 1: to apply cf. 103 par. 1 No. 2 and para. 2 No. 1 +++) (+++ § 64 para. 3 No. 1 2(2)(a) to c & para) 4: to the application see section 65 paragraph 3 sentence 2 F. 21.7.2014 +++) (+++ § 64 para. 3 No. 1 2(2)(a) to c: to the application cf. Article 65 paragraph 6 F. from 22.12.2014 +++) (+++ § 64 para 4: application cf. § 65 para 5 S 1 F. from 22.12.2014 +++) (+++ § 64 para. 3 No. 1 alia c: to the application see section 66 paragraph 1 sentence 2 +++) (+++ § 64 para 4 sentence 1 to 4) : To the application cf. Article 67 paragraph 1 sentence 2 +++) (+++ § 64 paragraph 6 No. 1 last half sentence: application cf. § 103 par. 1 No. 3 +++) (+++ § 64 paragraph 6 No. 3: the application cf. § 103 par. 1 No. 4 and para. 2 No. 2 +++) section 65 railways (1) If a railway is the limit of the renewable energy levy only unless they can prove that and to what extent in the last financial year the amount of power that is even used on the relevant acceptance point was immediately consumed for operation in the railway transport and excluding the back-fed energy were at least 2 gigawatt hours.
(2) for a railway, the renewable energy levy for the entire electricity immediately used the company for the operation in the railway transport sector itself, is limited, excluding the back-fed energy of concerned decline to 20 per cent of renewable energy levy determined in accordance with article 60, paragraph 1.
(3) by way of derogation from paragraph 1, railways, can if and as far as they took part in a procurement procedure for railway services in the rail transport or will participate, in the calendar year preceding the start of trial operation, the predicted electricity consumption for the calendar year in which the operation will be included, prove on the basis of the requirements of the procurement procedure; the limitation is carried out pursuant to paragraph 2 only for the railway, which was awarded the contract in the contract award procedure. The railway, which was awarded the contract, can demonstrate 1 in the calendar year of the recording of the operation, they predicted electricity consumption levels for the following calendar year on the basis of the requirements of the procurement procedure and after the recording of the operation ongoing in the first calendar year the sum of the actual electricity consumption for the previous calendar year 2 and the predicted electricity consumption levels for the remaining calendar year; the forecast must be made on the basis of the requirements of the procurement procedure and previous actual power consumption.
(4) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 railways for the first time are providing a rail service in the long-distance passenger services or in rail freight transport, can demonstrate 1 in the calendar year preceding the start of trial operation the predicted electricity consumption for the calendar year in which the operation will be included, the projected power consumption levels for the following calendar year and after the recording of the operation ongoing in the first calendar year the sum of the actual electricity consumption for the previous calendar year 3 and the predicted electricity consumption for the 2nd in the calendar year of the recording of the operation rest of the current calendar year.
The boundary decision is issued subject to the investigation. It can be lifted upon review or changed. The subsequent review of the application requirements and the scope of limitation is carried out after completion of the calendar year for which the boundary decision acts, by the Federal Office of Economics and export control on the basis of the data from the completed calendar year.
(5) without prejudice to paragraphs 3 and 4, shall apply § 64 paragraph 4 in accordance with. It is believed irrebuttably that the moment of the operation is the time of the founding.
(6) § 64 paragraph 3 number is 1 letter a to c apply mutatis mutandis.
(7) for the purposes of this paragraph, 1 "supply point" the sum of the points of consumption for operation in the railway traffic of the company and 2 "recording of the operation" is the initial consumption of electricity for driving operating purposes.
Footnote (+++ section 65: application cf. Article 66 and article 103, paragraph 1 input set, para 1 No. 6, para. 2 input set, para. 2 No. 3, para 5 input sentence and paragraph 7 set 3 +++) section 66 application and decision effect (1) the application for section 63 in conjunction with § 64 including the certificates according to § 64 paragraph 3 number is 1 (c) and paragraph 2 respectively as at 30 June to one year (material deadline) for the following calendar year. Set is 1 apply mutatis mutandis to requests under section 63 in conjunction with § 65 including the certificates according to § 64 paragraph 3 number 1) (c. a request must be accompanied by the other documents referred to in the sections 64 or 65 pursuant to sentences 1 and 2.
(2) from the application in 2015, the application must be made electronically via the portal established by the Federal Office of Economics and export control. The Federal Office of Economics and export control is authorized, exemptions from the obligation pursuant to sentence 1 by General decree that disseminate is in the Federal Gazette, to set binding for electronic applications.
(3) by way of derogation from paragraph 1 sentence 1 applications by newly founded companies can to § 64 paragraph 4 and requests from railways according to section 65 paragraph 3 to 5 to 30 September provided a year for the following calendar year.
(4) the decision is taken with effect against the applicant person, the electricity supply company and the rule responsible transmission system operator. It is each for the calendar year following the application year.
(5) the claim of the responsible of the loss concerned rule transmission system operator on payment of EEG assessment compared to the relevant electricity supply undertakings is limited in accordance with the decision of the Federal Office for Economics and export control. The transmission system operators have to take into account this limitation at the compensation according to § 58. A change of the transmission system operator responsible of the loss concerned rule or of the relevant electricity supply company, takes place during the validity period of the decision the beneficiary must notify immediately the transmission system operator or the electricity supply company and the Federal Office of Economics and export control.
Footnote (+++ § 66: application cf. Article 100, paragraph 1 No. 10 alia b, § 103 par. 1 input set, para. 1 No. 6, para. 2 input set, para. 2 No. 3, para. 3 sentence 2, paragraph 4 sentence 2 and paragraph 5 input sentence and section 103, paragraph 7, sentence 3 +++) (+++ § 66 paragraph 5 sentence 2: application cf. § 3 para 1 sentence 3 AusglMechV 2015 +++) section 67 was conversion of company (1) the applicant company in his last three completed financial years preceding the application or in converted the next period of time until the end of the material deadline, so the applicant company for the determination of the eligibility requirements can access only the data of the company prior to its conversion, if the economic and organisational unit of this company almost entirely has been preserved after the conversion in the applicant company. Otherwise, it is section 64 paragraph 4 sentence 1 to 4 according to to apply.
(2) if the applicant or beneficiary company is converted, so it has to indicate this in writing without delay to the Federal Office of Economics and export control.
(3) its economic and organizational unit passes through the transformation of a company receiving almost completely on another company, the Federal Office of Economics and export control transmits the boundary decision on this at the request of the other company. The obligation of the applicant company to pay the renewable energy levy determined in accordance with article 60, paragraph 1 is only then, when the Federal Office of Economics and export control rejected the request for transmission of the boundary ruling. In this case, the obligation to pay the renewable energy levy determined in accordance with article 60, paragraph 1 begins with the conversion becoming effective.
(4) that are paragraphs 1 and 3 on separate parts of the company and on railways according to to apply.
Footnote (+++ section 67: application cf. § 103 par. 1 input set, para. 1 No. 6, para. 2 input set, para. 2 No. 3, para 5 input sentence and paragraph 7 sentence 3 +++) § 68 withdrawal decision, information, right (1) is the decision under section 63 to take effect for the past if it becomes known that the conditions there were no when they were granted after the sections 64 or 65.
(2) for the purpose of assessing the legal prerequisites are the staff of the Federal Office for Economics and export control and its representative authorized to demand to see the business documents within normal business hours and to check during normal business hours to enter operation and business premises, and the associated land of beneficiary persons by the natural persons acting for the beneficiaries for the examination required information. The natural persons acting for the beneficiary must provide the required information and submit the documents for inspection. Information of committed the information on such questions, may refuse the answers themselves or in Article 383 paragraph 1 number 1 to 3 would expose designated nationals of the risk of criminal prosecution or proceedings of civil procedure under the law on administrative offences.
Footnote (+++ § 68: application cf. § 103 par. 1 input set, para 1 No. 6, para. 2 input set, para. 2 No. 3, para. 3 sentence 2, paragraph 4 sentence 2, para 5 input sentence and paragraph 7 set 3 +++) § 69 participation and accountability of companies and railways, apply for a decision under section 63, or have received, need to evaluate and update the sections 63 to 68 by the Federal Ministry of economy and energy , the Federal Office of Economics and export control or their agents involved. You must grant request: 1 information on all quantities of electricity itself consumed by them, including those that collected from the boundary decision are to lay a foundation for the development of efficiency requirements, 2. information about possible and implemented efficiency measures, in particular measures that were highlighted by the operation of the energy - environmental management system or an alternative system to improve the energy efficiency , 3 information on all components of the electricity costs of the company, insofar as this is necessary for the determination of average electricity prices for companies with similar power consumption, and 4 more information which are required to evaluate and update the sections 63 to 68.
The Federal Office of Economics and export control can shape the kind of disclosure pursuant to sentence 2 closer. Operating and trade secrets must be preserved.
Footnote (+++ § 69: application cf. § 103 par. 1 input set, para 1 No. 6, para. 2 input set, para. 2 No. 3, para. 3 sentence 2, paragraph 4 sentence 2, para 5 input sentence and paragraph 7 set 3 +++) part 5 transparency section 1 notification and publication obligations § 70 principle system operators, network operators and electricity companies must each other for the nationwide equalisation according to sections 56 to 62 required data , in particular in paragraphs 71 to 74 referred data, immediately make available. section 62 shall apply accordingly.

§ 71 operator plant operators must the carrier 1st to February 28th a year provide all data required for the final of the previous year and 2nd biomass plants according to sections 44 to 46 the type and quantity of feedstock, as well as details of heat usages and technologies according to article 45, paragraph 2 or article 47, paragraph 2, sentence 1 number 2 or manure used to share according to § 46 No. 3 in the manner prescribed for the verification according to § 47 send.
Footnote (+++ § 71 No. 2: to apply see § 100 para 1 No. 10 alia b +++) § 72 operators (1) network operators who are not transmission network operators, must their upstream transmission system operators 1 the following information immediately, when available, summarized report: a) the actually carried out financial support for electricity from renewable energy sources and from mine gas or for providing capacity according to the funding provisions of the renewable energies act as amended applicable to the respective system , b) the messages received by the plant operators pursuant to section 21 paragraph 1, each separately for the different forms of sale according to § 20 paragraph 1, c) replacement in the form of sale according to § 20 paragraph 1 number 4 in addition to the information referred to in b the energy from the power in the relevant appendix generates, the installed capacity of the plant, as well as the duration, since the relevant plant already uses this form of sale , d) the cost of the retrofit pursuant to section 57 paragraph 2 in connection with the system stability regulation, the number of retrofitted systems and the information received from them according to § 71 and e) the required for the nationwide compensation disclosures, 2 to May 31 a year by means of form templates, which transmission system operators on its website makes available, in electronic form the final bill for the previous year both for each individual system as well as summary present; Article 32, paragraph 3 and 4 shall apply accordingly; until May 31 a year is proof of the reimbursable costs according to article 57, paragraph 2, sentence 1 the upstream transmission system operators to submit; subsequent changes of the approaches are immediately inform the transmission system operators and to consider at the next billing.
(2) for the determination of to match energy quantities and payments financial support referred to in paragraph 1 are in particular required 1 providing the voltage level at which the system is connected, 2. the level of avoided network charges pursuant to section 57 paragraph 3, 3 indicating to what extent the carrier has decreased the amounts of energy from a downstream network, and 4.
Indicating to what extent the operator has made the energy quantities referred to in point 3 to final consumers, network operators or electricity supply undertakings or consumes itself.
Footnote (+++ § 72: application cf. § 73 para 1 +++) (+++ article 72, paragraph 1 No. 2: to apply see sections 9 para 4 No. 3 AusglMechV 2015 +++) (+++ § 72 para 2: application cf. § 73 para 2 sentence 2 +++) section 73 is TSO (1) for transmission system operators § 72 according to apply subject to the proviso that the details and the final according to article 72 paragraph 1 for systems which are directly or indirectly according to § 11 paragraph 2 on its network-connected , must be published without prejudice to § 77 paragraph 4 on its Internet site.
(2) transmission system operators have also the electricity supply undertakings for which they are responsible to rule until July 31 to submit one year the final bill for the EEG assessment of the previous year's. Article 72, paragraph 2 shall apply accordingly.
(3) the transmission system operators must continue to publish the data for the calculation of the market premium in accordance with the annex 1 number 3 to this Act in the form of non-personal and the actual annual average of market value for electricity from solar radiation energy ("MWSolar(a)").
(4) transmission system operators, who make use of their right under article 60, paragraph 2, sentence 3, must inform all network operators in their network, the balancing group has physical outlets, of the termination of the balance area agreement.

§ 74 electricity company electricity supply undertakings need to electronically inform the amount of energy delivered to final consumers their rule responsible transmission system operators and present the final statement for the previous year by May 31. As far as the supply of balancing groups is carried out, the quantities of energy must be communicated balance circle sharp. Sentence 1 is self catering according to apply; Electricity from installations, for which pursuant to article 61, paragraph 3 and 4 no levy is compulsory, and electricity from power generation plants within the meaning of article 61, paragraph 2 excluded number 4, the installed capacity of the own production plant 10 kilowatt and the even power consumption does not exceed 10 megawatt-hours per calendar year. Transmission system operators make immediately, at the latest nationwide uniform procedures for the fully automated electronic transmission of the data pursuant to sentence 2 available from 1 January 2016, which comply with the requirements of the Federal Data Protection Act.
Footnote (+++ § 74: application cf. Article 60 par. 2 and section 76 para 1 +++) § 75 testing the aggregate accruals of the operator according to article 72, paragraph 1 number 2 must by a chartered accountant, an accounting firm, a sworn auditor or a book review society are examined. In addition, the network operators and electricity companies may require that the calculation according to the sections 73 and 74 in template are inspected by an auditor, an audit firm, a sworn auditor or a book audit firm. In the examination are taken into account: 1 Court jurisprudence, 2nd the decisions of the Federal Network Agency according to § 85 and 3. the decisions of the clearing agent in section 81, paragraph 4, sentence 1 number 1 or 5.
For the checks pursuant to sentences 1 and 2 are 319 paragraph 2 to 4, to apply section 319 (b) paragraph 1, article 320, paragraph 2 and § 323 of the commercial code according to.
Footnote (+++ § 75: application cf. § 62 para 2 sentence 2 and section 103, paragraph 6, sentence 2 +++) section 76 information of the Federal Network Agency (1) operators have the information that they receive under section 71 of the plant operators, pursuant to article 72, paragraph 2 No. 1 and the calculation according to article 72, paragraph 1 number 2 as well as article 73 paragraph 2 including the data required for their review to the end of the respective periods of the Federal Network Agency in electronic form provide the information; 74 the first half set in terms of the information is apply mutatis mutandis for electricity supply companies and equity providers.
(2) as far as the Federal Network Agency form templates provides that network operators, electricity utilities and system operators must transmit the data in this form. The data referred to in paragraph 1 with the exception of expenses for electricity purchases provided the Federal Ministry of economy and energy of the Federal Network Agency for statistical purposes as well as the evaluation of the Act, and the reporting to the §§ 97 to 99 available.

§ 77 information to the public (1) operator and electricity supply companies must publish on their Internet pages: 1 the information according to the paragraphs 70 to 74, immediately after they are sent, and 2. a report on determining the data communicated by them to the paragraphs 70 to 74, immediately after September 30 of the year.
You must provide the information and the report to the end of the following year. Article 73, paragraph 1 shall remain unaffected.
(2) the transmission system operators must the electricity volumes pursuant to section 57 paragraph 1 financially supported and marketed according to § 59, as well as the information publish number 1 letter c according to article 72, paragraph 1 in accordance with the compensation mechanism regulation on a common website, non-personal form.
(3) the information and the report must enable a competent third person without the financial incentives and the delivered quantities of energy fully to understand more information.
(4) information, which will be published on the basis of the regulation according to article 93 in the Internet, must be published by the network operators.
Section 2 electricity labelling and double marketing ban § 78 electricity labelling in accordance with the renewable energy levy (1) electricity supply undertakings received in return for the payment of the renewable energy levy according to article 60, paragraph 1 the right to identify power as "Renewable energy," promoted to the renewable energies Act. Property of the current is compared to final consumers within the framework of the current labelling in accordance with paragraphs 2 to 4 and of section 42 of the energy industry Act to expel.
(2) the percentage designated pursuant to paragraph 1 over their final consumers is calculated as a percentage by the renewable energy levy, who actually paid the electricity company for the amount of power delivered to their final consumers in a year, 1 with the EEG-ratio pursuant to paragraph 3 is multiplied by 2 is then divided by the entire amount of power delivered to their final consumers this year and 3rd then is multiplied by one hundred.
The proportion of designated pursuant to paragraph 1 is immediate part of the delivered electricity and can be not separately or further marketed.
(3) the EEG ratio is the ratio of the sum of the current amount for the last calendar year a grant was taken according to § 19 claims, to the total revenue obtained by the transmission system operators from the renewable energy levy for the quantities of electricity to final consumers supplied by the electricity supply undertakings in the last calendar year. The transmission system operators publish the quotient of EEG in non-personal form for each preceding calendar year on a common Internet platform in uniform format by 31 July of each year.
(4) the share of energy sources to be number 1 and paragraph 3 of the energy industry act pursuant to § 42 paragraph 1 are with the exception of the portion for "Electricity from renewable energies," promoted to the renewable energies Act correspondingly for the respective final consumers to the referred to in paragraph 1 to reduce the percentage to be assigned.
(5) electricity supply undertakings demonstrate out to calculate the sentences 3 and 4 "energy mix for business privileged under the renewable energies Act" a separate, to final consumers, their required is limited to §§ 63 to 68, in addition to the overall mix of energy sources to pay the renewable energy levy. The shares are to have number 1 of the energy industry act in this energy mix according to § 42 paragraph 1. The share in percent for "Renewable energy," promoted calculated according to the renewable energies Act by way of derogation from paragraph 2, by the renewable energy levy, who actually paid for the amount of power supplied in a year to the respective final consumers the electricity supply undertaking, 1 with the EEG-ratio pursuant to paragraph 3 is multiplied by 2 then is divided by the total amount of electricity supplied to the respective final consumers and 3rd then is multiplied by one hundred.
The shares of the other to be energy sources are number 1 of energy law according to § 42 paragraph 1 correspondingly to reduce the respective final consumers the percentage calculated pursuant to sentence 3.
(6) for self catering, who must pay the renewable energy levy according to § 61, are to apply paragraphs 1 to 5 shall accordingly, that their own power is proportionally as promoted "Electricity from renewable energy sources," according to the renewable energies Act.

Section 79 origin (1) which is the competent authority plant operators guarantees of origin for electricity from renewable energy sources from, number 2 in any other way directly marketed pursuant to § 20 paragraph 1. The competent authority transmits and validated origin. Issue, transfer and cancellation take place electronically and in accordance with the origin regulation. The proof of origin must be protected against abuse.
(2) the competent authority recognizes foreign guarantees of origin for electricity from renewable energy sources in accordance with the origin regulation upon request. Set 1 is only for guarantees of origin to apply the minimum requirements laid down in article 15 paragraph 6 and 9 of Directive 2009/28/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 April 2009 to promote the use of energy from renewable sources and amending and subsequent repealing of directives 2001/77/EC and 2003/30/EC (OJ OJ L 140 of the 5.6.2009, p. 16) meet. Power, for which a proof of origin is recognised pursuant to sentence 1, considered current, number 2 in any other way directly marketed pursuant to § 20 paragraph 1.
(3) the competent authority shall establish an electronic database, where the exhibition, recognition, transfer and cancellation of guarantees of origin are registered (registers of origin).
(4) the competent authority within the meaning of paragraphs 1 to 3 is the Federal Environmental Agency.
(5) the proof of origin are not financial instruments within the meaning of § 1 paragraph 11 of the Banking Act or § 2 paragraph 2 b of the securities trading act.

Section 80 repeatedly sold double marketing ban (1) electricity produced from renewable energy sources and from mine gas as well as in a gas network may fed a landfill or sewage gas and gas from biomass, otherwise let or sold contrary to article 56 to a third person. Electricity from renewable energy sources or from mine gas may not be sold in particular in several forms of disposal pursuant to § 20 paragraph 1 or several times in the same form according to § 20 paragraph 1. As long as operators sell electricity from its investment in the form of a sale pursuant to § 20 paragraph 1, no claims from another form of disposal pursuant to § 20 paragraph 1. The marketing as balancing energy is to be regarded in the context of direct marketing rather than multiple sale or other transfer of power.
(2) plant operators who take a financial support according to § 19 for electricity from renewable energy sources or from mine gas in claim, can't give further guarantees of origin or other evidence proving the origin of electricity, for this power. A plant operator passes a proof of origin or other evidence which proves the origin of electricity, electricity from renewable energy sources or from mine gas, no financial support is allowed for this power according to § 19 in claims.
(3) as long as emission reduction units can be created within the framework of a joint project implementation according to the project mechanisms Act for the emission reductions of the plant, the claim must be asserted for the electricity from the plant according to § 19.
Part 6 legal protection and administrative procedures of article 81 is clearing agent (1) this law set up a clearing house. On behalf of the Federal Ministry of economy and energy is powered by a legal person of private law.
(2) the clearing agent is responsible for issues and disputes 1 on the application of articles 5, 7 to 55, 70, 71, 80, 100 and 101 and the regulations adopted on the basis of this Act, 2. for the application of the provisions which have complied with the provisions referred to in paragraph 1 an amended this Act prior to August 1, 2014, 3. for the application of § 61 , as far as investments are concerned, and 4 to measure the current for the operation of a plant supplied or consumed.
(3) the tasks of the Clearing House are: 1 avoiding disputes, and 2. the settlement of disputes.
In carrying out these tasks, the rules on the protection of personal data and protection of operating or business secrets, as well as decisions of the Federal Network Agency must be observed according to § 85. In addition to the principles of Directive 2013/11/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 may 2013 over the alternative resolution of consumer disputes, and amending Regulation (EC) No 2006 / 2004 and directive 2009/22/EC (OJ L 165 of the 18.6.2013, p. 63) be considered in the appropriate application.
(4) the clearing agent can perform 1 procedures between the parties to the proceedings to the avoidance or settlement of disputes between the parties on their joint application; Article 204, paragraph 1 is number 11 of the Civil Code apply mutatis mutandis; the procedures can be carried also as arbitration procedures within the meaning of the tenth book of the code of civil procedure if the parties have made an arbitration agreement, or at their request giving 2nd opinions for ordinary courts, in which these disputes are sub judice.
The parties to proceedings may be plant operators, direct marketing entrepreneurs and operators. Their right to call the ordinary courts, remains unaffected.
(5) the clearing agent can perform to avoid disputes also procedures for resolving questions about the case, if this request at least a plant operator, a direct marketing company, a network operator or an association and there is a public interest in answering these questions. Are organizations, whose statutory responsibilities of the question is concerned, to participate.
(6) the performance of duties under paragraphs 3 to 5 is carried out in accordance with the rules of procedure, providing the clearing agent itself. The procedure must contain also regulations, as an arbitration procedure is performed by the Clearinghouse. Adoption and amendments of the rules of procedure require the prior consent of the Federal Ministry of economy and energy. The performance of duties under paragraphs 3 to 5 of each is subject to the prior consent of the parties to the procedure.
(7) the clearing agent must perform priority and accelerated the paragraphs 3 to 5 the post-migration. She can set deadlines for the parties to the proceedings and proceedings for insufficient involvement of parties to the proceedings.
(8) the performance of duties under paragraphs 3 to 5 is not a legal service in the sense of § 2 paragraph 1 of the legal services act. A liability of the operator of the clearing agent for damage to property, arising from the performance of duties, is excluded; This does not apply to intent.
(9) the clearing agent must publish annually after the paragraphs 3 to 5, on its Internet site, non-personal form an activity report on the performance of duties.
(10) the clearing agent may charge fees to cover the expenses for actions pursuant to paragraph 4 of the parties to the proceedings in accordance with its rules of procedure. To in paragraph 5 are carried out free of charge procedure. For other actions affecting with the paragraphs 3 to 5 related tasks after, the clearing agent may charge fees to cover the expense.

Article 82 consumer protection the sections 8 to 14 of the Act against unfair competition shall apply for violations of sections 19 to 55.

Section 83 equitable relief (1) at the request of the system operator can control the court competent for the main thing before construction of the plant, taking into account the circumstances of the case by restraining order that the debtor referred to in articles 8, 11, 12, 19 and 52 claims inform, connect the system for the time being, optimize its network immediately, strengthen or expand, the power take off and as cheap and just must pay amount to be as down payment for the financial support.
(2) the interim injunction may be issued even if you are not conditions referred to in the articles 935 and 940 of the code of civil procedure.

§ 84 use of Lake Water Street as long as plant operators a financial support according to § 19 claim take, can free of charge using the German exclusive economic zone or the territorial sea for the operation of the plants.

Subject to other tasks, transferred the task to monitor that network operators rules 1 only systems according to § 14, they are entitled to their regulation, 2. the transmission system operators market the current financially funded according to the articles 19 and 57 according to § 59 in connection with the compensation mechanism regulation, in regulations on the basis of this Act the renewable energy levy correctly identify § 85 tasks the Federal Network Agency (1) which has Federal Network Agency , set, publish and calculate the electricity supply companies and are been considered that only the financial support to the articles 19 to 55 will be calculated in particular the transmission system operators and this the activities according to section 57, paragraph 4, 3. are the data according to § 76 and released according to § 77, 4. the identification of the current funded under this Act only in accordance with the § 78 is.
(2) for the performance of duties referred to in paragraph 1 number 2 controls may be carried in case of justified suspicion for plant operators, utility companies and network operators. The right plant operators or operators, to call the ordinary courts or to initiate proceedings before the Clearinghouse under section 81, paragraph 4, shall remain unaffected.
(3) the Federal Network Agency can, taking into account the purpose and objective according to § 1 provisions according to article 29, paragraph 1 of the energy industry Act meet 1 technical facilities according to § 9 para 1 and 2, in particular to the data formats, 2. within the scope of § 14, a)
Order in which the various systems affected by a measure pursuant to § 14 and CHP plants are regulated, b) according to which criteria the operator must decide on this sequence, c) which power plants number must remain 2 also at application of a feed management on the network according to section 14, paragraph 1, sentence 1 to ensure the safety and reliability of the electricity supply system, 3. for the processing of changing according to § 21 , in particular to the procedures, deadlines and data formats, 4. to detect of the remote control according to article 36, in particular to the procedures, deadlines and data formats, and 5 to take account of electricity from solar radiation energy, himself is the consumption, the publication obligations under article 73 and in the calculation of the monthly market value of electricity from solar radiation energy according to annex 1 number 2.2.4 to this law, each particular calculation or estimation of the amounts of electricity.
(4) for the performance of duties of the Federal Network Agency according to this law and the regulations issued on the basis of this Act, the provisions of the part are 8 of the energy industry Act except to apply section 69 (1) sentence 2 and paragraph 10, of sections 91, 92 and 95 to 101, as well as in section 6.
(5) the Federal Network Agency pursuant to paragraph 4 decisions of the Chambers of the decision. Sentence 1 shall apply not for decisions relating to the tendering of financial subsidies according to § § 59, paragraph 1, sentence 2 and 3, paragraph 2 and 3 and section 60 of the energy industry Act are according to apply 55 and the Ordinance on the basis of § 88..

§ 86 penalty provisions (1) any person is, who intentionally or negligently 1 contrary to article 80, paragraph 1, sentence 1 sold electricity or gas, leaves or sold, 2. an enforceable order according to § 69 set 2 contravenes, 3. an enforceable order according to § 85 paragraph 4 in conjunction with article 65, paragraph 1 or paragraph 2 or article 69, paragraph 7, sentence 1 or contravenes paragraph 8 sentence 1 of the energy industry act or 4. a legal regulation) according to article 90 paragraph 3 , b) after section 92 number 1, c) according to § 92 number 3 or number 4, d) according to article 93 number 1, 4 or no. 9 or an enforceable order on the basis of such a decree is contrary to, as far as the legal regulation for a specific offence refers to this fine provision.
(2) the offence can number 4 letter a, c and d with a fine in the cases of paragraph 1 up to fifty thousand euro and in other cases a fine punishable up to two hundred thousand euros.
(3) managing authority within the meaning of article 36, paragraph 1, number 1 of the code of administrative offences is 1 the Federal Network Agency in cases of paragraph 1 number 1, 3 or number 4 letter d, 2. the Federal Office of Economics and export control in the cases of paragraph 1 number 2, 3. the Federal Agency for agriculture and food in the cases of paragraph 1 number 4 letter a and 4. the Federal Environmental Agency in the cases of paragraph 1 number 4 letter b or letter c. § 87 are fees and expenses (1) for official acts according to this Act and the regulations based on this law, as well as for the use of origin evidence based and plant-based fees and expenses charged; also the overhead can be considered, each generated by the supervision authority. With regard to charging for official acts pursuant to sentence 1 is the administrative expenses Act of 23 June 1970 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 821) which on 14 August 2013 amended to apply. The provisions of amended by sections 2 and 3 of the administrative expenses Act of August 14, 2013 are apply mutatis mutandis for the use of origin evidence based and plant-based.
(2) the chargeable offences and the rates are by Decree without approval of the Federal Council. This can fixed rates, in the form of one-time fees, or frame rates provided and reimbursement of expenses also by way of derogation governed by administrative law. The Federal Ministry of economy and energy is authorized to the adoption of the law. Can spread this authorization by Decree without the consent of the Federal Council on a federal authority, as far as fulfils these tasks on the basis of this Act or a regulation to the articles 88, 90, 92 or article 93. The Ministry of food and agriculture in agreement with the Federal Ministry of finance, the Ministry of economy and energy and the Federal Ministry for environment, nature conservation, construction and nuclear safety to adopt the Ordinance for official acts of the Federal Agency for agriculture and food in connection with the recognition of systems or with the recognition is derogation from sentence 3 and monitoring an independent inspection body empowered to the biomass electricity sustainability Ordinance.
Part 7 regulation appropriations, reports, transitional provisions section 1 Regulation appropriations § 88 authority to issue regulations to tender support for ground-mounted plants (1) is the Federal Government authorized by Decree without the consent of the Federal Council in the scope of application of article 55 to provide 1 to process and content of calls for proposals, in particular a rules) to be written at a total performance to install megawatt or electrical work in megawatt hours, b) to the Division of the annual tender set into subsets, and to the determination of minimum and maximum sizes of lots , c) establishing minimum and maximum amounts for the financial support for electrical work or for the provision of installed power, d) to the pricing, the number of bidding rounds and the expiration of tender notices, e) Byway of derogation from article 51 § 55 paragraph 2 to determine number, 2 surfaces on which plants constructed can be or 2. on further requirements according to § 55 paragraph 2, number 4 , in particular: a) the attachment size to limit and regulate the summary of facilities by way of derogation of article 32, paragraph 1 and 2, b) requirements to make serving the network or system integration of the equipment, c) derogations to the articles 19 to 39 and 55 paragraph 2 number 2 to meet 3 requirements for participation in the tender, in particular a) to provide minimum requirements for suitability of the participants , b) requirements for the planning and approval status of projects to make, c) requirements for the type to the form and content of collateral, which is payable by all participants in tenders or only in the case of contract award, to ensure that start-up and to ensure the operation of the system, and the corresponding provisions for the partial or full repayment of this collateral, d) to set , as participants in the calls for proposals must demonstrate adherence to the requirements after the letters a to c, 4th to the types, especially to regulate the form and the content of the procurement procedures in the framework of a call for tenders and the criteria for the contract award, 5. the nature, the form and the content of the financial support granted through a surcharge, that a) financial support for electrical work per kilowatt hour , is to pay for the deployment of installed capacity in euro per kilowatt, or a combination of both variants also by way of derogation from the provisions in articles 19 to 39, b) funding permission granted by Supplement regardless of redress third parties against the tender or the contract award will remain 6 to a reimbursement for the creation of not accepted bids, 7 requirements are intended to ensure the operation of the plants , in particular if a plant not late is been put into operation or is not operated on a sufficient scale, a) to provide for an obligation to pay money, and to regulate the amount of which and the conditions for the payment b) criteria for exclusion of tenderers in future calls for tenders and c to fix) to provide the possibility to revoke the privileges of funding allocated in the context of invitations to tender after a certain period or to change, and then again to forgive , or the duration or amount of support after predefined period change, 8 to the nature, the form and the content of publications of notices of invitations to tender, the tender results and the required notice to the operator, 9 to the portability of funding permissions one of the commissioning of the plant and its mandatory assignment to a facility, especially a) to the period to be observed - and formal requirements and duties of notification , b) to the circle of legitimate persons and the to these requirements, 10 for the information to be transmitted to the numbers 1 to 9 and the protection of personal data provided in this context.
(2) the Federal Government is empowered by Decree without the consent of the Federal Council in the scope of application of article 55, and derogation from the scope of this law for electricity from ground-mounted plants have been built in another Member State of the European Union, on the implementation of article 2, paragraph 6 1 to regulate, that is entitled to funding under this Act, if a) the system operator has a funding authorization , which has been granted in the framework of a call for tenders by Supplement, b)
from the opening of the plant the entire power generated during the eligibility period in the system not even consumed, c) is ensured, that the actual impact of the electricity generated in the plant on the German electricity grid or on the German electricity market is comparable to the impact of current at a power supply in the Federal territory would have, d) with the Member State of the European Union , in which the system is to be established, a treaty or a management agreement has been completed, in which the other requirements to be entitled to financial support, the procedure as well as the content and the scope of financial support with the Member State of the European Union have been fixed, and this international agreement or this administrative agreement the principle of mutual cooperation in promoting , the exclusion of the double promotion and takes into account a reasonable cost and benefit distribution between Germany and the other Member State, e) are fulfilled the other conditions laid down in this Act or the regulation under paragraph 1 with the exception of the conditions laid down in article 51, paragraph 1, insofar as no deviating provisions in the Ordinance have been taken on the basis of paragraphs 2 to 5, 2 to make corresponding arrangements referred to in paragraph 1 number 1 to 10 , in particular a) by way of derogation from §§ 19, 34, 35 number 3, the §§ 37 to 39 regulated requirement of actual feed into the network in the Federal territory to make arrangements, which ensure that even without a feed into this network, the funded amount of electricity has a comparable with the feed in the Federal territory actual effect on the German electricity grid or on the German electricity market , as well as the conditions and the procedures for the detection, b) regulations to the affected claim opponents is still committed to the payment of financial support, the corresponding costs and the conditions of entitlement to financial support in derogation from §§ 19, to provide for 23 to 26 c) regulations relating to the extent of the financial support and the pro-rata funding of the electricity generated by this law and by the other Member State of the European Union to provide , 3. by article 6 paragraph 2, section 55, paragraph 4, to make different arrangements for notification and disclosure requirements of sections 70 to 72 and 75 to 77 as well as the regulation according to article 93, to meet different 4. paragraphs 8 to 18 rules of network and system integration, regulations be provided to take into account such as the systems for the calculation of the target corridor according to § 31 para 1 are 5. , 6 of the sections 56 to 61 to meet different regulations to the cost bearing obligations and offset of the cost of the financial support of the facilities nationwide, to provide 7 to prevent schemes other than article 81 or the competence of the Federal Network Agency regulations alternative dispute resolution through the clearing house and by § 85.
(3) for the implementation of the international treaty, or of the management agreement referred to in paragraph 2 number 1 letter d is the Federal Government authorized by Decree without the consent of the Federal Council for operators of ground-mounted plants that have been built in the country and are entitled to financial support in a conveyor system of another Member State of the European Union, notwithstanding sections 19 to 55 the amount of financial support or the Elimination of the entitlement to financial support pursuant to this Act to fix 1 , if there is a claim for support from another Member State, 2. by way of derogation to regulate compensation by section 15.
(4) the Federal Government is authorized by Decree without consent of the Federal Council in the scope of application of article 55 1 by way of derogation from paragraphs 1 and 2 and § 55 not the Federal Network Agency, but another legal person of under public law with the tenders to entrust or to an appropriate extent to hire a legal entity of private law, and for this purpose to regulate details, the Federal Network Agency to empower 2. , taking into account the purpose and objective according to § 1 definitions article 29, paragraph 1, of the energy industry Act to tenders for rules including the actual design of the rules referred to in paragraph 1 number 1 to 10 and paragraph 2.

§ 89 regulation authority for generating electricity from biomass (1) which is the Federal Government authorized by Decree without the consent of the Federal Council in the scope of § § 44 until may 46 to regulate 1. what substances are considered biomass and 2. what technical procedures for generating electricity to be applied.
(2) the Federal Government is also authorized to fix number 2 requirements for a mass balance system for traceability of gas removed from a natural gas network by Decree without the consent of the Federal Council within the scope of article 47 paragraph 6.

Article 90 regulation authorization to sustainability requirements for biomass the Federal Ministry for environment, nature conservation, construction and nuclear safety is authorized to regulate that the entitlement to financial support for current liquid or adsorption only consists of biomass fixed, if the biomass used to generate electricity meets the following requirements in consultation with the Federal Ministry of economy and energy and the Ministry of food and agriculture by Decree without the consent of the Federal Council 1. : a) certain environmental and other requirements for a sustainable farming and adopted by growing in claim areas, in particular to the protection of natural habitats from grassland with great biological diversity within the meaning of Directive 2009/28/EC and from land with high carbon stock, b) certain environmental and social demands on a sustainable production, c) a particular greenhouse gas reduction potential which must at least be reached in power generation , 2. the requirements referred to in point 1 including the requirements for determining the greenhouse gas reduction potential after number 1 letter c to regulate, set 3, such as plant operators complying with the requirements of paragraphs 1 and 2 must be; to demonstrate This includes an a regulations) to the content, the form and the period of validity of this evidence including rules for the recognition of evidence, which according to the law of the European Union or of another State as proof of the fulfilment of the requirements referred to in point 1 recognized were, b) integrating systems and independent control bodies in the verification and c) to the requirements for the recognition of systems and independent supervisory authorities, as well as measures for its monitoring including required information , Insight -, sampling and instruction rights and the right of the competent authority or an independent supervisory authorities, to enter land, business, operating and storage rooms and means of transport, while the business or operating time as far as this for the monitoring or control is required, the Federal Agency for agriculture and food items to entrust to 4, which ensure compliance with the requirements regulated in the Decree according to paragraphs 1 to 3 , especially with closer determine of the requirements regulated under the Ordinance on the basis of paragraphs 1 and 2, as well as with the performance of tasks referred to in point 3.

(§ 91 authority to issue regulations for the compensation mechanism for the Federal Government is authorised for the further development of the nationwide equalisation mechanism by Decree without going to consent of the Federal Council, 1 that specifications can be made to the marketing of the current funded under this Act including a) the ability to apply the compensation payments and transaction costs by providing financial incentives or to participate in transmission system operators on the gains and losses in marketing, b) the monitoring of marketing , c) requirements for the marketing, account management, and discovery of the renewable energy levy including publication and transparency requirements, deadlines, and transitional arrangements for financial compensation, 2. that and the conditions under which the transmission system operator can be entitled, a) plant operators contractual arrangements to meet with, which are considering a dining priority of optimize the marketing of electricity; This includes taking into account the costs arising from such agreements in the framework of the compensation mechanism, as long as they are economically appropriate, b) plants, which are taken after December 31, 2015 in operation, can sustained negative price cut to rules, 3 that the transmission system operators are obliged to run a common transparent EEG account especially for allocation of sale proceeds, the transaction costs and the compensation payments , 4. transmission system operators may be required to determine the estimated costs and revenues including a liquidity reserve for the following calendar year and transfer of the balance of the EEG account for the following calendar year on the basis of the forecast quantities of electricity from renewables and coal mine gas a nationwide uniform renewable energy levy and publish in the form of non-personal, 5.
that the tasks of the transmission system operators can be transferred wholly or in part to third parties which have been identified in the context of a tendering or other objective, transparent and non discriminatory procedure;. This includes the necessary adjustments to the arrangements of direct marketing, as well as the necessary adjustments of the specific compensation arrangements for energy-intensive companies and railways regulations for the carried out for this process including the tender of for services provided by the transmission system operators within the framework of the nationwide compensation or the EEG power quantities as well as the possibility to regulate the performance of duties by a third party by way of derogation from that by the transmission system operators, 6 , the scheme to the subsequent possibility of correction, the powers of the Federal Network Agency, the transmission and disclosure requirements as well as the renewable energy levy on the advanced compensation mechanism, 7 that in the case of § 61 the renewable energy levy for electricity from plants or other power generation facilities by way of derogation from paragraphs 60 and 61 to the operator must, be paid on its network, it is connected to the unit, and this operator passes the payment on the transmission system operators; It claims to payment of the renewable energy levy may be credited up also by way of derogation of article 33 paragraph 1 with claims on a financial support and it can be regulated, a) when payments on the renewable energy levy or charges paid and b) as adjusted for the notification and disclosure requirements also by way of derogation from paragraphs 70 to 76.

§ 92 authority to issue regulations to origin the Federal Ministry of economy and energy is authorised by Decree without the consent of the Federal Council 1 to regulate the requirements on a) the exhibition, transfer and cancellation of origin according to § 79 paragraph 1, b) recognition, transfer and cancellation of guarantees of origin are issued before the commissioning of the origin verification registry, as well as c) the recognition of origin pursuant to article 79, paragraph 2 , 2. the content to set the shape and the validity of guarantees of origin, 3 is the procedures for the issuance, recognition, to regulate transfer and cancellation of guarantees of origin as well as determine how applicants while 1 must demonstrate compliance with the requirements referred to in point to regulate 4. the structure of the origin certificate register according to § 79 paragraph 3 and to set what information on the registers of origin must be submitted and who to the delivery obligation; This includes provisions on the protection of personal data, 5. by way of derogation to regulate that origin financial instruments within the meaning of § 1 paragraph 11 of the Banking Act or § 2 paragraph 2 are b of the securities trading act to regulate 6 by way of derogation from article 78 in the context of the current marking the expulsion of power for a grant pursuant to § 19 claim; taken by § 79 paragraph 5 Here also the issuing of guarantees of origin for this power can in particular by way of derogation from article 79 paragraph 1 lays down the transmission system operators, 7 different one of § 79 paragraph 4 a legal person of under public law with the tasks according to § 79 paragraph 1 to 3, in particular with the establishment and operation of the origin verification registry as well as with the exposure, recognition, to entrust the transfer or cancellation of guarantees of origin including the enforcement of administrative acts, pursuant to or in an appropriate scope legal person of private law to reproductions and to do this, the details, including the legal and technical supervision by the Federal Environmental Agency, to regulate.

§ 93 regulation authorization to the asset register of the Federal Ministry of economy and energy is entitled to the design of the plant register according to § 6 legal regulation without going to consent of the Federal Council: 1. the information according to § 6 paragraph 2 and other data submitted to the register of installations must be including the requirements for the type, the formats, the scope and the treatment; include in particular information over the further information: a) the self-sufficiency through the plant, b) the date of installation, c) technical properties of the plant, d) the network, to which is connected the unit, who further information must submit 2. referred to in point 1, in particular whether plant operators, network operators, public authorities or other persons for the transmission are required, 3. the procedure for the registration of facilities including the deadlines as well as the control , that must be the registration by plant operators by way of derogation from article 6 paragraph 2 with a third party who is obliged to submit to the system registry, 4. review the data stored in the system registry including this required cooperation duties by plant operators and network operators, 5. that change the forms of disposal by way of derogation from article 21, paragraph 1 to notify the register of installations are, including the deadlines for data transmission, as well as provisions concerning the format and procedures , 6. that information with the information of the origin verification registry are matched according to § 79 paragraph 3 or with other registers and records, established or created a) on the basis of this Act or a regulation it adopted, b) on the basis of energy law or a decree adopted this or setting or c) under the Act against restrictions on competition or a decree adopted this or setting , as far as the provisions of applicable for these registers and records a matching does not preclude 7 that information the operators of installations requiring a permit with the data of the competent approval authority are matched, 8; publishes the registered information in the Internet Here, a high degree of transparency is aiming for; taking due account of the data protection This further regulations according to § 26 paragraph 2 with the required publications to verify the extension of plants for the production of electricity from biomass, wind turbines on land and equipment for the production of electricity from solar radiation energy as well as to sections 28, includes 29 and 31 applicable to fair values, 9 the obligation of the network operator, each is feeding of plants, that are registered in the system registry and the technical equipment within the meaning of article 9, paragraph 1 paragraph 2 are equipped , to retrieve and transmit, including deadlines, as well as the requirements for the type, the formats, the scope and the processing of the data to be submitted, 10 this information on the asset register the ratio to the transmission and disclosure obligations according to articles 70 to 73. This may in particular be regulated, to what extent information which are collected and published in the asset register must be delivered from the time of its publication stopped after the sections 70 to 73 and published, 11 nature and extent of passing the information to a) operators to carry out their tasks according to this Act and the Energy Act, b) public bodies to carry out their tasks in connection with the expansion of renewable energies , c) third parties, insofar as this is necessary for carrying out the tasks referred to in b, or if there is a legitimate interest in the information for the publication is not sufficient to number 8; Information number 1 may not be further according to § 6 paragraph 2 to a third party, the authorization of the Federal Network Agency, setting according to § 29 of the energy industry Act to regulate 12: a) details, which are to transmit plant operators or operators, as required by article 6, paragraph 1, sentence 2, b) that by way of derogation by a legislative decree referred to in point 1 certain information no longer must be submitted , as far as these are no longer required according to § 6 paragraph 1 sentence 2; excluded from this are the information according to § 6 paragraph 2, c) nature and scope of expanded access to information in the asset register for certain groups of people to improve the market and network integration, 13 rules on the protection of personal data in connection with the information to be transmitted to the numbers 1 to 11, in particular education, information and deletion obligations, 14 the transfer of the plant register according to § 6 paragraph 4 in the overall asset register according to § 53 b of the energy industry Act including the required arrangements for the transfer of the registered information as well as to the The duties according to § 6 paragraph 1 sentence 2 by the total asset register.

§ 94 regulation appropriations to the specific compensation arrangements the Federal Ministry of economy and energy is authorized to rules 1 to setting efficiency requirements that apply paragraph 3 are notably to define power efficiency reference values, which represent the State of advanced power-efficient production technologies, or other performance requirements in the calculation of standardized electricity consumption in the context of calculating the cost of electricity intensity according to § 64 paragraph 6 specifications by means of an Ordinance without the consent of the Federal Council , so that can be used not actual power consumption, but the standardised power consumption at the current cost for this purpose a can)
Intermediate consumption will be considered by enterprises through investment in advanced production technologies were made, or b) findings of the information concerning the operation of energy or environmental management systems or alternative systems to improve energy efficiency by the company pursuant to section 69 set 2 number 1 and 2 are used to set 2. What average electricity prices according to § 64 paragraph 6 number 3 for the calculation of electricity intensity of a company must be based and calculated as this electricity prices; (this may in particular: a) electricity prices for different groups of companies with similar power consumption or consumption patterns are formed, which reflect the current market realities, and b) available statistical data be used electricity prices in the industry in the Appendix 4 to record 3 industries or to take out of this, as soon as and as far as this is necessary for an alignment to the European Commission's decisions.

§ 95 more regulation appropriations if the Federal Government also authorized by Decree without the consent of the Federal Council, 1 the calculation procedure for the compensation according to § 15 para 1 to regulate, to regulate, in particular a pauschaliertes procedure for the determination of each lost revenue and expenditures, as well as a proof procedure for settlement in each case, 2. that when requesting the feed-in tariff according to § 38 a) plant operators the power from its plant in derogation of article 19, paragraph 1 number 2 a third party available need to , b) the claim according to § 38 paragraph 1 against the third party aims, provided the current which referred to a available, c) the third is determined according to the letters a and b in the context of a tendering or other objective, transparent and non discriminatory procedure and is entrusted with the implementation of § 38 here in particular the issuing authority as well as requirements for the application of the procedure, requirements for the third parties responsible for the implementation of section 38, the conditions, the equipment for the use of the section 38 must meet, the conditions and implementation of section 38 and requirements to the amount of financial support in the framework of article 38 be determined 3. for the calculation of the market premium referred to in point 1.2 of Appendix 1 to this law for electricity generated by plants , after on 31 July 2014 applicable commissioning term prior to August 1, 2014 in operating, been taken to regulate the height of increase of each fair value "AW" by way of derogation from article 100, paragraph 1 for stream that directly marketed from plants, which for the first time, took the market premium claim already before the entry into force of this Act after the coming into force of this Act number 8 Here, different values for different energy sources or for marketing on different markets or also negative values can be set to regulate provisions for the identification and application of the reference yield 5. requirements on wind turbines for improving the grid integration (System Services) to regulate, in particular a 4 in addition to Appendix 2) for wind turbines on land requirements aa) on the behavior of the systems in the event of a fault, bb) on the attitude of voltage and reactive power deployment , cc) dd on the frequency attitude,) ee on the detection techniques,) on the reconstruction of the supply and ff) expand existing wind farms and b) for wind turbines on land, already taken before January 1, 2012 in operating requirements aa) bb on the behavior of the systems in the event of a fault,) cc on the frequency attitude,) dd on the detection techniques,) supply reconstruction and ee) for retrofitting of old plants existing wind parks , 6. a system for the direct marketing of electricity from renewable energy to final consumers to introduce, where this power as "Renewable electricity" can be identified in particular to regulate: a) requirements that must be met by plant operators and electricity companies, to take part in this system This includes in particular aa) requirements on the supply portfolio of the participating utility companies to minimum shares electricity from plants that generate electricity from wind or solar radiation energy, bb) obligations to invest in new equipment for the production of electricity from renewable energy sources or to payments into a fund financed equipment for the generation of electricity from renewable energy sources;
These requirements may include quantities of electricity from countries of the European Union and provide as additional requirement that it is ensured that the actual impact of the electricity generated in the plant on the German electricity grid or on the German electricity market is comparable with the impact of current at a power supply in the Federal territory would have, b) requirements for payments of participating electricity supply companies to the transmission system operator or operators as a condition of participation in this system , c) Byway of derogation from § 78 regulations as part of the current mark, stating that current number 1 is directly marketed according to article 20, paragraph 1, must be marked as "Renewable electricity", d) by way of derogation from article 79 exhibition of guarantees of origin for this system sold power, e) the procedure for the verification of compliance after the letter a to d and, if necessary , Amendments or variations to the rules specified in this law, in particular, to reporting, labelling and disclosure requirements of the electricity utilities and transmission system operators, f) arrangements, for electricity supply companies no or a reduced obligation to pay the renewable energy levy is, as far as this company adequately participate by paying the average cost of electricity from renewable energy, strengthening is promoted by this law, the financing of investments eligible under this Act and the amount of renewable energy levy for other electricity utilities does not increase as a result , including also rules, according to which the electricity supply undertakings may be required to other payments, in a Fund, g) supplementary or deviating regulations with regard to claims for compensation between transmission system operators as well as between electricity suppliers and network operators, to ensure a reasonable cost transmission of electricity supply undertakings participating in this system.
It should be noted that an unlimited obligation to financial support for electricity from renewable energy sources, which has been generated outside the Federal territory may not be justified by the introduction of this system also.

§ 96 common provisions (1) the regulations on the basis of §§ 89, 91 and 92 shall require the approval of the Bundestag.
(2) if the regulations require the approval of the Bundestag referred to in paragraph 1, this agreement of which may be subject to that its amendments are adopted. The legislature accepts the changes, a new decision by the Bundestag is not required. Has the Bundestag not deals after a period of six weeks from receipt of the order with her, § considered 89 and 91 in the case of its agreement to the unmodified Ordinance given.
(3) the appropriations for the adoption of legal regulations on the basis of sections 91 to 93 can be transferred to a federal authority by Decree without the consent of the Federal Council and in the case of sections 91 and 92 with the consent of the Bundestag. The regulations, which are adopted on this basis by the federal authority, need not the consent of the Federal Council or the Parliament.
Section 2 reports § 97 experience report the Federal Government evaluated this Act and shall submit the Bundestag until 31 December 2018 and then every four years an experience report. The Federal Network Agency, the Federal Office of Economics and export control and the Federal Environment Agency support the Federal Government in the creation of the review.

Article 98 monitoring report (1) the Federal Government the Bundestag up to 31 December 2014 and then annually reported 1 the status of the expansion of renewable energies and achieving the goals according to § 1 paragraph 2, 2. the fulfilment of the principles to § 2, 3. the stand of the direct marketing of electricity from renewable energy, 4. the development of self-sufficiency in the sense of § 61 and 5. the challenges , resulting from paragraphs 1 to 4.
(2) the Federal Government shall submit a proposal for a redesign of the previous scheme in good time before achieving the objective specified in article 31, paragraph 6, sentence 1.
(3) the Federal Government reviewed article 61, paragraph 3 and 4 until the year 2017 and timely submit a proposal for a redesign of the previous scheme.

§ Reported 99 tender report the Federal Government by 30 June 2016 at the latest the Bundestag about the experience with tenders in particular pursuant to article 55. The report contains also recommendations 1 to determine of financial support and their height through calls for proposals in regard to article 2, paragraph 5, sentence 1 and 2 to the quantity of electricity volumes for the achievement of the objectives according to § 1 paragraph 2 to write out required or installed services.
Section 3 transitional provisions
Section 100 general transitional provisions (1) for electricity from cogeneration installations, which have been taken, according to the applicable 31 July 2014 commissioning term prior to August 1, 2014 in operation are the provisions of this Act apply with the proviso that 1 instead of section 5 paragraph 21 is § 3 to apply number 5 of the renewable energies act as amended on 31 July 2014, 2. section 9, paragraph 3 and 7 force paragraph 6(3) and 6 of the renewable energies Act in 31 July 2014 Version is applied, is to apply 3 section 25 with the following stipulations: a) the remuneration of the renewable energy law in the version relevant for the respective installation and b takes the place of at fair value according to § 23 paragraph 1 sentence 2) for operators of installations for generating electricity from solar radiation energy, which are accepted after December 31, 2011, in operating paragraph 1 is to apply set 1 , as long as the system operator of the plant not according to § 17 paragraph 2 number applicable 1(a) of the renewable energies Act in 31 July 2014 version-funded facility within the meaning of article 20 a version applicable in paragraph 5 of the renewable energies Act in 31 July 2014 registered and the location and the installed capacity of the plant not to the Federal Network Agency by means of the form specifications provided by you sent.
4. instead of sections 26 to 31, 40 paragraph 1, paragraphs 41 to 51, 53 and 55, 71 number 2, being the sections 20 and 20b to apply 23 to 33, 46 number 2, as well as appendices 1 and 2 of the renewable energies act as amended on 31 July 2014, § 33 c to apply paragraph 3 of the renewable energies act as amended on 31 July 2014 according to is; exception from this rule is to apply article 47 paragraph 7 only for systems according to which are accepted after the commissioning concept applicable 31 July 2014 after December 31, 2011, in operation, 5. to apply section 35, sentence 1 number 2 from 1 April 2015 is to apply 6 § 37 according to second half-sentence, 7 for electricity generated by plants for the production of electricity from hydropower with the exception of article 37, paragraph 2 and 3 , which before 1 January 2009 in operation have been taken, instead of article 40, paragraph 2, § 23 of the renewable energies act as amended on 31 July 2014 to apply is if the measure under section 23 paragraph 2 sentence 1 of the renewable energies act as amended on 31 July 2014 before 1st August 2014 has been completed, 8 number 1.2 of Appendix 1 to the proviso is , increasing the value of each-to-be "AW" a) for electricity produced before 1 January 2015 aa) of wind energy and solar radiation energy to 0.60 cents per kilowatt hour, if the system remote in the meaning of § 3 of the management regulation of November 2, 2012 (BGBl. I S. 2278) is, and in addition to 0.45 cents per kilowatt hour, bb) from hydropower, landfill gas, sewage treatment plant gas, mine gas , Biomass and geothermal energy up 0.25 cents per kilowatt hour, b) for electricity produced after 31 December 2014 aa) of wind energy and solar radiation energy to 0.40 cents per kilowatt-hour; the map value for electricity, which after 31 December 2014 and before 1 April 2015 produced, increased only by 0.30 cents per kilowatt hour, if the plant is not remote controllable within the meaning of section 36, or bb is contrary to the first half-sentence) from hydropower, landfill gas, sewage treatment plant gas, coal mine gas, biomass and geothermal energy to 0,20 cents per kilowatt-hour, 9 Article 66, paragraph 2 No. 1 , Paragraph 4, 5, 6, 11, 18, 18a, 19 and 20 of the renewable energies act as amended on 31 July 2014 is, 10 for electricity generated by plants that have been included for the force on December 31, 2011 operation term before January 1, 2012, in operation of derogation and without prejudice to the numbers of 3, 5, 6, 7 and 8 article 66, paragraph 1 number 1 to 13 , Paragraph 2, 3, 4, 14, 17 and 21 of the renewable energies act as amended on 31 July 2014 is, first half-sentence does not apply on general application of amended by applicable provisions of the renewable energies Act in the December 31, 2011 is in article 66, paragraph 1, as well as the following stipulations apply: a) instead of § 5 number 4 is to apply article 18 paragraph 2 of the renewable energies Act in force on December 31, 2011 according to and instead of § 5 number 21 is § 3 5 apply the renewable energies Act in force on December 31, 2011; exception from this rule is for systems that have been renewed prior to January 1, 2009, according to § 3 paragraph 4 of second version applicable half-sentence of the renewable energy law in December 31, 2008 to apply section 3, paragraph 4 of the renewable energies Act in force on December 31, 2008 exclusively for this renewal, b) instead of § 9, § 6 of the renewable energies Act in force on December 31, 2011 without prejudice to article 66, paragraph 1 is number 1 to 3 of the renewable energies Act in 31 July 2014 Amended with the following stipulations apply: aa) section 9, paragraph 1, sentence 2 and paragraph 4 shall apply accordingly, bb) article 9 paragraph 8 shall apply, and cc) infringements shall apply article 16 paragraph 6 of the renewable energies Act in force on December 31, 2011 according to, c) instead of sections 26 to 29, 32, 40 paragraph 1, paragraphs 41 to 51, 53 and 55 , 71 number 2 are the sections 19, 20, 23 to 33 and 66 and the equipment to apply 1 to 4 of the renewable energies Act in the December 31, 2011 applied as in force, d) instead of article 66, paragraph 1 number 10 the §§ 20 apply sentences 1 and 2 of the renewable energies act as amended on 31 July 2014, 21, 34 to 36 and annex 1 to this Act subject to the proviso , that by way of derogation from article 20 paragraph 1 number 3 and 4 the feed-in tariff in accordance with the renewable energy law in the version relevant for the respective installation is authoritative and that when calculating the market premium according to § 34 on the value is the level of pay in cents per kilowatt hour, for directly marketed electricity in the concrete plant in the case of a compensation under the compensation provisions of the renewable energy law in the relevant for the respective installation version actually incurred could, e) instead of article 66, paragraph 1 amended the articles 52 and 54 and annex 3 are number 11 of the renewable energies Act in the on 31 July 2014 to apply.
(2) for electricity generated by plants, the 1. applicable term of putting into operation prior to August 1, 2014 in operation taken are after on 31 July 2014 and electricity exclusively from renewable energy sources or firedamp produced 2 prior to August 1, 2014 at any time, section 5 applies to number 21 first half-sentence. Notwithstanding sentence 1 of the force on 31 July 2014 term of commissioning applies to installations pursuant to sentence 1, using only bio-methane, when that employed bio-methane comes from August 1, 2014 for generating electricity exclusively from gas processing plants, which have injected Biomethane into the natural gas grid before January 23, 2014 for the first time. To be entitled to financial support for electricity from a plant pursuant to sentence 2 is to prove that prior to its initial operation only with bio-methane another facility in accordance with the regulation according to article 93 final closed has been registered, the 1 before 1 August 2014 exclusively with bio-methane was operated and 2 has at least same installed capacity as the facility pursuant to sentence 2 set is 2 on plants apply mutatis mutandis , which use only bio-methane that comes from a gas treatment plant, which the Federal Immission Control Act according to is in need of approval and has been approved before 23 January 2014 and that has fed a Biomethane into the natural gas grid before January 1, 2015, for the first time if the plant has been operated before January 1, 2015, with bio-methane from a different gas processing plant is the installation being operated for the first time after 31 December 2014 exclusively with bio-methane, is sentence 3 to apply accordingly.
(3) for electricity generated by plants which are accepted after 31 July 2014 and before 1 January 2015 in operation, paragraph 1 shall apply if the after the Federal Immission Control Act requiring approval systems or to any other provision of federal law require for their operation of a marketing authorisation and approved before 23 January 2014, or have been admitted.
(4) for electricity generated by plants which are accepted after the commissioning concept applicable to December 31, 2011 before January 1, 2012, in operation, is reduced for each calendar month in which plant operators partially or obligations under a retrofit to ensure system stability due to a decree not complied with paragraph 3a and section 49, paragraph 4, of the energy industry act after the expiry of the period laid down in the Ordinance or the by the operators in accordance with the Legislative Decree are according to § 12 , 1 the claim on the market premium or the feed-in tariff for installations, have a technical facility according to section 9, paragraph 1, sentence 1 number 2 or sentence 2 number 2 are equipped, on zero, or 2. the entitlement of a feed-in tariff for equipment, resulting in a calendar year does not have a technical facility according to section 9, paragraph 1, sentence 1 number 2 or sentence 2 number 2 are equipped , to one-twelfth.
(5) number is 3.1 sentence 2 of Appendix 1 does not apply before January 1, 2015.

§ 101 transitional provisions for electricity from biogas
(1) for electricity generated by plants for generating electricity from biogas, which are accepted for the commissioning term force on 31 July 2014 prior to August 1, 2014, in operating the remuneration decreases power, to a calendar year which reached maximum rated capacity of the plant is exceeded prior to August 1, 2014 August 1, 2014 according to the provisions of the renewable energies Act in the respectively applicable for the system version for each kilowatt hour , to the market value of the month; for plants generating electricity from biogas, approved before 1 January 2009 in operation, the compensation claim reduced accordingly after paragraph 8(1) of the renewable energy law of July 21, 2004 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 1918) as amended in accordance with the first half-sentence on December 31, 2008. Maximum rated power within the meaning of sentence 1 is the highest rated power of the plant in a calendar year since the date of its commissioning and derogation before 1 January 2014th of sentence 2 shall apply the value decreased by 5 per cent of the performance of the system as highly rated power, if so determined is greater than the actual maximum rated power pursuant to sentence 2 installed on July 31, 2014.
(2) for electricity generated by plants that have been taken, according to the applicable on 31 December 2011 commissioning term before January 1, 2012, in operation 1 the claim to boost the bonus for electricity generated from renewable raw materials according to § 27, paragraph 4 is number 2 in conjunction with Annex 2 number VI.2.c to the renewable energies act as amended August 1, 2014 to December 31, 2011 only , if electricity 5 to the version current biomass regulation of 31 July 2014 used mainly landscape material including landscape maintenance grass in the sense of annex 3 number, 2. is article 47 paragraph 6 number 2 to apply for electricity that is produced after July 31, 2014.
(3) for installations which are accepted after December 31, 2011 and before August 1, 2014 in operation, the biomass regulation is also after 31 July 2014 in its amended on 31 July 2014 to apply.

§ 102 transitional provision on the transition to tenders after the financial support within the meaning of § 2 paragraph 5 on tenders has been posted to a claim according to § 19 para 1 for plant operators from 1st is also without a funding authorization received a tender wind turbines at sea, which have received a unconditional commitment of network connection or connection capacities according to section 17 d, paragraph 3, of the energy law and have been taken before the 1 January 2021 in operation before 1 January 2017 , 2. installations for the production of electricity from geothermal energy, which for the first time according to article 51, paragraph 1, of the Federal Mining Act for the exploration have received an authorisation before January 1, 2017 and before the 1 January 2021 in operation have been included, or 3 any other plants, according to the Federal immission Protection Act requiring approval or require for their operation of a licence after any other provision of federal law and approved before 1 January 2017 or approved and before January 1, 2019, in operation been taken; This does not apply to operators of ground-mounted plants.

§ 103 transitional and hardship provisions to the special compensation arrangements (1) for applications for the limit by 2015 are the sections 63 to 69, with the following stipulations apply: 1. Article 64 paragraph 1 is number 3 for companies with a power consumption of less than 10 gigawatt-hours in the last completed business year not to apply, if the company can prove the Federal Office of Economics and export control that it was within the deadline unable , to obtain a valid certificate according to § 64 paragraph 3 number 2.
2. § 64 paragraph of 2 and 3 number 1 has the proviso apply, that instead of the arithmetic mean of the gross value of the last three completed fiscal years only the gross value added number 2 of the last completed fiscal year of the company can be based according to § 64 paragraph 6.
3. § 64 paragraph 6 number 1 last half sentence is not applicable.
4. § 64 paragraph 6 is number 3 with the provision to apply, that the electricity intensity 2 is the ratio of the company in the last financial year costs borne by actual electricity including electricity costs subject to allocation to § 61 itself consumed electricity volumes to the gross value added at factor cost of the company referred to; Electricity costs for not subject to allocation to § 61 itself consumed electricity volumes can be considered, insofar as these were replaced subject to assessment amounts of electricity in the last completed business year permanently according to article 60, paragraph 1 or article 61; the certificate according to § 64 paragraph 3 number 1(c) must include all components of the electricity costs borne by the company.
5. by way of derogation of article 66, paragraph 1, sentence 1 and 2 an application can be made once until September 30, 2014 (material deadline).
6. in addition, the sections 63 to 69 shall apply, except that applications 2015 final are taken for the limit year until expiry of the 31 July 2014.
(2) for requests for the limit year 2016 are sections 63 to 69, with the following stipulations apply: 1 number 1 § 64 paragraph 2 and 3 is subject to the proviso to use that instead of the arithmetic mean of the gross value of the last three completed financial years also the arithmetic mean of the gross value added number 2 of the last two completed fiscal years of the company may be based according to § 64 paragraph 6.
2. § 64 paragraph 6 is number 3 with the provision to apply, that the intensity of cost of electricity is the ratio of the company in the last completed business year costs borne by actual electricity including electricity costs subject to allocation to § 61 itself consumed electricity volumes to the gross value added at factor cost of the undertaking referred to in point 1; Electricity costs for not subject to allocation to § 61 itself consumed electricity volumes can be considered, insofar as these were replaced subject to assessment amounts of electricity in the last completed business year permanently according to article 60, paragraph 1 or article 61; the certificate according to § 64 paragraph 3 number 1(c) must include all components of the electricity costs borne by the company.
3. in addition, the sections 63 to 69 shall apply.
(3) for companies or independent parts, that 2014 have number 14 of the renewable energies act as amended on 31 July 2014 for the limit year as companies manufacturing according to § 3 an infringement decision of limitation after the sections 40 to 44 of the renewable energies act as amended on 31 July 2014, the Federal Office of Economics and export control the renewable energy levy for the years 2015 to 2018 according to the sections 63 to 69 limited so , that the renewable energy levy for a company is not more than twice the amount in cents per kilowatt-hour in a limit year which was itself consumed current at the limited acceptance places of the company in the financial year preceding the application year each in accordance with the applicable for this year limitation notice to pay. Sentence 1 shall apply accordingly for companies or independent parts of the company, which for the limit year 2014 an infringement decision of the limit and do not meet the conditions laid down in article 64, because they are allocated to a sector to list 1 of the annex 4, but their power costs less than 16 percent for the 2015 limit or less than 17 percent off the limit year is 2016, if and to the extent that the company or the independent company of establishes , that his electricity costs; amounted to number 3 in connection with paragraphs 1 and 2 of this paragraph at least 14 percent within the meaning of § 64 paragraph 6 In addition, the §§ 64 shall apply 66, 68 and 69.
(4) for companies or independent parts of the company, number 14 of the renewable energies Act on 31 July 2014 amended for the limit year 2014 through an infringement limitation decision pursuant to sections 40 to 44 of the renewable energies act as amended on 31 July 2014 have and 2. the conditions laid down in § 64 of this Act do not meet the 1 as companies manufacturing according to § 3 , because they a) are allocated to any industry according to annex 4, or b) are allocated to a sector to list 2 of the annex 4, but its energy cost intensity is less than 20 percent, limited the Federal Office of Economics and export control at the request of the renewable energy levy for the current proportion of 1 gigawatt-hour on 20 percent of renewable energy levy determined in accordance with article 60, paragraph 1, if and to the extent that the company or the independent company of proves , that his energy cost intensity be number 3 in connection with paragraphs 1 and 2 of this clause within the meaning of § 64 paragraph 6 at least 14 percent. Sentence 1 is also to apply for separate parts of the company, that by way of derogation from sentence letter a or b therefore do not qualify 1 number 2 according to § 64 of this Act, because a company associate of annex 4 is to list 2. In addition, paragraph 3 and the sections 64, 66 shall apply according to 68 and 69.
(5) for railways, which have no limit decision for the limit year 2014, are the sections 63 to 69 for the submission of the limit for the second half of the year 2014 with the requirements to apply, that 1 the EEG assessment for the entire electricity that has used up the company immediately for the operation in the railway transport sector itself, is limited to 20 per cent pursuant to section 37, paragraph 2 of the renewable energies Act in the renewable energy levy on applied as in force July 31, 2014 for the year 2014 , 2. the request under section 63 in conjunction with § 65 including the certificates according to § 64 paragraph 3 number 1(c) until 30 September 2014 is (material deadline) and 3 the decision retroactively to July 1, 2014, with a period of validity until 31 December 2014 becomes effective.
(6) the transmission system operators are only entitled to payment a renewable energy levy of 0.05 cents per kilowatt hour against electricity supplier for the generated outside the rule of responsibility of a transmission system operator for the supply of railways, injected directly into the electric supply and consumed immediately for driving rail electricity volumes (railway power plant power) for the years 2009 to 2013. The claims are as follows: 1. for railway power plant power, which in the years 2009 to 2011 has been consumed as of 31 August 2014, 2. for railway power plant power, which has been consumed for January 31, 2015 in 2012 and 3 for railway power plant power, which has been consumed in the year 2013 2015 electricity supply undertakings need to 31 October their transmission system operators immediately the calculation for the years 2009-2013 for the railway power station power present; section 75 shall apply accordingly. Electricity supply companies may refuse for railway power plant electricity they have supplied before 1 January 2009, after section 37 paragraph 1 sentence 1 of the renewable energies Act in force on December 31, 2011 and according to § 14 paragraph 3 sentence 1 of the renewable energies Act in force on July 31, 2008 the loss and compensation.
(7) limiting choices after the sections 63 to 69 for companies to associate an industry with the current number of 145 or 146 to Appendix 4 are, are subject to, that the European Commission the second act for the amendment of the renewable energies Act of June 29, 2015 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 1010) aid law approved. The Federal Ministry of economy and energy makes known the day of notification of State aid approval in the Federal Gazette. To limit the these companies the sections 63 to 69 are without prejudice to paragraphs 1 to 3, with the following stipulations apply: 1 requests for limitation years 2015 and 2016 can by way of derogation from article 66, paragraph 1, sentence 1 until 2 August 2015 (material deadline);
2. payments, which were made in a limit year prior to the effectiveness of the boundary decision, will be for payment of the deductible according to § 64 paragraph 2 No. 1 and considered for reaching the upper limit amounts according to § 64 paragraph 2 No. 3. As far as the payments number 3 go beyond the ceiling amounts according to § 64 paragraph 2, they remain unaffected by the boundary decision.

Section 104 is more transitional provisions (1) and CHP plants that were taken prior to August 1, 2014 in operation and a technical facility according to article 6, paragraph 1 or paragraph 2 number had to be equipped with 1 and 2 letter a of the renewable energies Act force on 31 July 2014, section 9 paragraph 1 sentence 2 from 1 January 2009 to be applied retroactively. Excepted from this are cases in which before the 9 April 2014 a dispute between operators and network operators has been decided pending or valid.
(2) amended article 39, paragraph 1 and 2 of the renewable energies Act in 31 July 2014 is on electricity, the electricity supply undertaking after 31 December 2013 and before August 1, 2014 to their entire final consumers have provided, to apply with the proviso that by way of derogation from article 39, paragraph 1 No. 1 of the renewable energies Act in 31 July 2014 amended this power there these requirements during the period after 31 December 2013 and prior to August 1, 2014 and at the same time in at least four months this period complies with article 39, paragraph 1 does not apply number of 1 second half-sentence of the renewable energies Act in force on 31 July 2014 version is.
(3) for own equipment supply, created exclusively power prior to August 1, 2014 with Blastfurnace gas, converter gas or coke oven gas (dome gases) formed from steel production, is article 61, paragraph 7 does not apply and the quantities of electricity, are accounted for as far as they fall under the exceptions to article 61 paragraph 2 to 4, retroactively as of 1 January 2014 a year. Natural gas is to see to the extent as dome gas where it is required for starting, ignition and support combustion.
(4) claims from plant operators to operators on funding according to article 19, paragraph 3 of the renewable energies act as amended on July 2, 2015 was reduced according to § 25 paragraph 2 sentence 1, are due before August 2nd, 2015.

Appendix 1 (to § 34) height the market premium (site: BGBl. I 2014, 1108 - 1109) 1 calculation of the market premium is 1.1 the purpose of this Annex: - "MP" the amount of the premium in the market according to § 34 paragraph 2 in cents per kilowatt-hour, - "AW" - the in value after the sections 40 to 55, taking into account articles 19 to 32 in cents per kilowatt-hour, "MW" month market value in cents per kilowatt hour.
1.2. the height of the market premium according to § 34 paragraph 2 ("MP") in cents per kilowatt-hour of directly marketed and actually injected current is calculated according to the following formula: MP = AW - MW produce a value in the calculation less than zero, "MP" with the value of the value is set by way of derogation from sentence 1 null.
2. calculation of the market value of the month "MW" 2.1 month market value when electricity from hydropower, landfill gas, sewage treatment plant gas, coal mine gas, biomass and geothermal energy according to the paragraphs 40 to 48 as is value "MW" in cents per kilowatt-hour in directly imported electricity from hydropower, landfill gas, sewage treatment plant gas, coal mine gas, create biomass and geothermal energy of the value "MWEPEX". This, "MWEPEX" the actual monthly average of hours contracts for the price zone Germany/Austria is spot SE in Paris in cents per kilowatt-hour of power exchange EPEX spot market.
2.2 month market value for electricity from wind energy, and solar radiation energy after the sections 49 to 51 2.2.1 energy specific month market value as value "MW" in cents per kilowatt-hour is to apply for directly imported electricity from wind power plants on land the value of "MWWind land", - wind turbines at sea and the value "MWWind Lake" - equipment for generating electricity from solar radiation energy the value "MWSolar".
2.2.2 wind energy on land "MWWind land" is the actual month average of the market value of electricity from wind turbines on land on the spot market of the power exchange EPEX spot SE in Paris for the price zone Germany/Austria in cents per kilowatt hour. This value is calculated as follows: 2.2.2.1 for every hour a month the average value of hour contracts on the spot market of the power exchange EPEX spot SE in Paris for the price zone Germany/Austria is multiplied with the amount of electricity generated in the hour after the online projections referred to in point 3.1 of wind turbines on land.
2.2.2.2 results for all hours this calendar month are summed.
2.2.2.3 this sum is divided by the amount of electricity generated in the entire calendar month after the online projections referred to in point 3.1 of wind turbines on land.
2.2.3 wind energy at sea "MWWind Lake" is the actual month average of the market value of electricity from wind turbines at sea on the spot market of the power exchange EPEX spot SE in Paris for the price zone Germany/Austria in cents per kilowatt hour. For the calculation of "MWWind Lake", the numbers are to apply 2.2.2.1 to 2.2.2.3 with the proviso, that is to use instead of electricity from wind turbines on land the energy from wind turbines produced after the online projections referred to in point 3.1 generated after the online projections referred to in point 3.1 on Lake.
2.2.4 solar radiation energy "MWSolar" is the actual month average of the market value of electricity from plants to generate electricity from solar radiation energy on the spot market of the power exchange EPEX spot SE in Paris for the price zone Germany/Austria in cents per kilowatt hour. For the calculation of "MWSolar", the numbers are to apply 2.2.2.1 to 2.2.2.3 with the proviso, that is to use instead of electricity from wind turbines on land the electricity from plants for generating electricity from solar radiation energy generated after the online projections referred to in point 3.1 generated after the online projections referred to in point 3.1.
3. release the calculation 3.1
Transmission system operators must publish the online extrapolation of the quantity of electricity actually generated from wind turbines on land, wind turbines Lake and installations for the generation of electricity from solar radiation energy in their zones of control in at least an hourly resolution created on the basis of a representative number of appropriate reference plants at any time immediately on a joint website in native format. For the creation of online extrapolation, reductions of the feed-in power of the system by the operator or as part of the direct marketing are not to take into account.
3.2 the transmission system operators must rounded for every calendar month until the end of the tenth working day of the following month on a joint website in uniform format and to three digits after the comma following publish data in non-personal form: a) the value of hours contracts on the spot market of the power exchange EPEX spot SE in Paris for the price zone Germany/Austria for each calendar day in hourly resolution , b) the value "MWEPEX" in accordance with point 2.1, c) the value of "MWWind land" in accordance with the point 2.2.2, d) the value "MWWind Lake" in accordance with the number of 2.2.3 and e) the value of "MWSolar" in accordance with 2.2.4. number 3.3 as far as the data referred to in point 3.2, not until the end of the tenth working day of the following month are available, are they non-personal form to announce immediately any , as soon as they are available.
Footnote (+++ Appendix 1: application cf. Article 100, paragraph 1 No. 10 alia d +++) (+++ annex 1 No. 1.2: application cf. Article 100, paragraph 1 No. 8 input set +++) (+++ annex 1 No. 3.1 set 2: to apply see § 100 para 5 +++) Appendix 2 (at paragraph 49) reference yield (site: BGBl. I 2014, 1110) 1.
A reference is a wind turbine of a given type, for which according to their performance curve measured by an authorized institution at the reference site is income of the reference yield calculated.
2. the reference yield is the current amount specific for each type of a wind power plant including the respective hub height, this type of establishment at the reference site would yield calculated on the basis of measured performance characteristic in five years of operation. The reference yield shall according to the generally accepted rules of technology to determine; compliance with the generally accepted rules of technology is thought, if the procedures, principles and calculation methods have been used which contain guidelines applied as wind turbines, part 5, where at the time of the reference yield estimation in force are wind energy and other renewable energies (FGW) 1 in the technical FGW e. V. - support society.
3. the type of wind turbine is determined by the type designation, the rotor area, the nominal power and the hub height as specified by the manufacturer.
4. the reference site is a site that is determined by a Rayleigh distribution with a mean annual wind speed of 5.5 metres per second at an altitude of 30 meters above the ground, a logarithmic height profile and a roughness length of 0.1 meters.
5. the performance curve is the relationship between wind speed and power output, regardless of the hub height, determined for each type of a wind turbine. The performance characteristic is according to the generally accepted rules of technology to determine; compliance with the generally accepted rules of technology part 2, the FGW2 in force at the time of the determination of the reference yield assumed, if the procedures, principles and calculation methods have been used that are contained in the technical regulations for wind turbines. As far as the power curve was determined according to a similar procedure prior to January 1, 2000, these can be used instead of performance curve determined pursuant to sentence 2, as far as within the territorial scope of this Act after December 31, 2001 no longer with the establishment of systems of the type is started, it applies.
6. for the measurement of the performance characteristics referred to in point 5, and for calculating the reference yields attachment types at the reference site to number 2 the institutions are entitled for the purposes of this Act, according to the technical guideline General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories (DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025), April 20003, according to State-recognized output of one or evaluated accreditation are accredited with the participation of public authorities.
7. in case of application of the reference yield for the determination of the extended period of the initial remuneration, the installed capacity to take into account is the performance, providing maximum allowed the investment approval for legal reasons after the Federal Immission Control Act, up to a maximum. Temporary reduction in power, in particular on the basis of a scheme of the system in accordance with § 14, are taken into account.
: 1 official note wind energy and other renewable energies, Oranienburger Straße 45, d-10117 Berlin are at the FGW e. V. - support society.
: 2 official note wind energy and other renewable energies, Oranienburger Straße 45, d-10117 Berlin are at the FGW e. V. - support society.
3 official note: to obtain the Beuth Verlag GmbH, 10772 Berlin.

Annex 3 (at paragraph 54) conditions and amount of the flexibility premium (reference: BGBl. I 2014, 1111 - 1112) I. conditions of flexibility premium 1 system operator may require the flexibility bonus a) if article 27a, paragraph 2 and article 27 c paragraph 3 of the renewable energies Act in 31 July 2014 applicable version for the entire no feed-in tariff in claim is included in the plant generated power and this power without prejudice to article 27, paragraph 3 and 4, basically a compensation claim after article 19 in conjunction with article 100, paragraph 1 which is not reduced according to § 25 in conjunction with article 100, paragraph 1, b) if the rated power of the equipment within the meaning of point II. 1 first indent is at least 0,2fache of the installed capacity of the plant, c) when the plant operator has provided necessary information concerning the mobilisation of the flexibility bonus in accordance with the regulation according to article 93 and d) if certified an environmental verifier with a licence for the area of electricity production from renewable energy sources , that the system for the demand-oriented operation required to the claim on the flexibility premium is technically suitable according to the generally accepted rules of technology.
2. the amount of the flexibility premium is calculated at. Is calculated for each additionally provided installed power in accordance with the number II. On expected payments are monthly deductions in reasonable amounts.
3. operator operator must beforehand inform initial recourse to the flexibility bonus.
4. the flexibility bonus is payable for a period of ten years. Beginning of the period is the first day of the second message referred to in point I. 3 of following calendar month.
5. the entitlement of the flexibility premium shall not apply to additional installed capacity that is, submitted from the first day of the second calendar month on the calendar month following, as increasing the installed capacity of the plant by 31 July 2014 in accordance with the regulation according to article 93 in which by the Federal Network Agency in accordance with article 26 paragraph 2 number 1 letter b in conjunction with the regulation according to article 93 published aggregate extension of additional installed capacity through increases in installed power after 31 July 2014 for the first time which exceeds the value of 1 350 megawatts.
II. definitions for the purpose of this annex is equal to the flexibility premium 1 - "PBem" the rated power in kW; in the first and the tenth calendar year of the mobilisation of the flexibility bonus is subject to the proviso to calculate ratings that only those in the calendar months of mobilisation of the flexibility bonus are generated kilowatt hours and only the full time hours of this calendar months taken into account; This applies "FP" only for the purposes of calculating the amount of the premium of flexibility, - "Pinst" installed the power in kilowatts, - "PZusatz" that provided additional installed power for demand-oriented production of electricity in kilowatt and the calendar year, - "fKor" the correction factor for the utilization of the system, - "KK" the capacity component for providing the additional installed capacity in euro and kilowatts, - the flexibility bonus according to section 54 in cents per kilowatt hour.
2. calculation 2.1 the amount of the premium of flexibility according to article 54 ("FP") in cents per kilowatt-hour of directly marketed and actually injected current will be calculated according to the following formula: 2.2 "PZusatz" is calculated using the following formula: PZusatz = Pinst - (fKor x PBem) it is "fKor" - Biomethane: 1.6 and, for biogas, which is not bio-methane: 1,1 by way of derogation from sentence 1 is to null value "PZusatz" set - , if the rated power is less than the 0,2fache installed capacity, - with the 0,5fachen value of the installed capacity "Pinst", if the calculation is that it is greater than the 0,5fache value of the installed capacity.
2.3 "KK" is 130 euro per kilowatt.
Footnote (+++ attachment 3: application cf. § 100 para 1 No. 10 alia e +++) Annex 3 No. I. 1 lit. b: IdF d. Article 4 No. 11 G v. 22.7.2014 I 1218 mWv 1.8.2014
Annex 4 (to sections 64, 103) electricity costs or trade-intensive industries (site: BGBl. I 2014, 1113 - 1120) serial number WZ 20081 code WZ 2008 - name (= a. n. g. not elsewhere classified) list 1 list 2 1 510 coal X 2 610 extraction of oil X 3 620 extraction of gas X 4 710 iron ore mining X 5 729 other NE - metal ore mining X 6 811 extraction of natural stone and natural stone , Lime, gypsum, chalk and slate X 7 812 extraction of gravel, sand, clay and kaolin X 8 891 mining of chemical and fertiliser means minerals X 9 893 extraction of salt X 10 899 mining and quarrying a. n. g. X of 11 1011 battles (without slaughtering of poultry) X 1012 12 battles of X of 13 1013 poultry meat processing X of 14 1020 fish processing X of 15 1031 potato processing X 1032 16 manufacture of fruit and vegetable juices X of 17 1039 other Processing of fruit and vegetables X of 18 1041 manufacture of oils and fat (without margarine and similar dietary fats) X of 19 1042 manufacture of margarine, etc.
Fats X of 20 1051 milk processing (without production of ice cream) X of 21 1061 milling and grain mill X of 22 1062 manufacture of starches and starch products X of 23 1072 manufacture of biscuits X of 24 1073 manufacture of pasta X of 25 1081 manufacture of sugar X of 26 1082 manufacture of confectionery (not biscuit) X of 27 1083 processing of coffee and tea, production of coffee substitute X of 28 1084 manufacture of condiments and sauces X 1085 29 manufacture of ready meals X of 30 1086 manufacture of homogenised and dietary food X of 31 1089 manufacture of other food products n.e.c..
 
X 32 1091 manufacture of feed for farmed animals X of 33. 1092 manufacturing feedingstuffs for other animals X of 34. 1101 manufacture of spirits X of 35. 1102 manufacture of wine from grape X of 36. 1103 manufacture of cider and other fruit wines X of 37. 1104 manufacture of Vermouth and other flavoured wine X of 38. 1105 manufacture of beer X of 39. 1106 X of 40. 1107 malt production of manufacture of soft drinks; Extraction of natural mineral waters 41. 1200 X tobacco X of 42 1310 preparation and spinning X of 43. 1320 textile weaving X of 44. 1391 manufacture of knitted and crocheted fabrics X of 45. 1392 manufacture of made-up textile articles (except clothing) X of 46. 1393 manufacture of carpets X of 47. 1394 manufacture of cordage X of 48. 1395 manufacture of non-woven fabric and products from it (without clothing) X of 49. 1396 manufacture of technical fabrics 50 1399 X manufacture of other textiles n.e.c..
 
X 51. 1411 manufacture of leather clothing X of 52. 1412 production of work and professional clothing X of 53. 1413 manufacture of other outerwear X of 54. 1414 manufacture of linen X of 55. 1419 manufacture of other clothing and apparel accessories n.e.c..
 
56. X 1420 manufacture of fur X of 57. 1431 manufacture of hosiery X of 58. 1439 manufacture of other wearing apparel of knitted and crocheted fabrics X of 59. 1511 manufacture of leather and leather pulp; Dressing and dyeing of fur X of 60th 1512 leather processing (without production of leather garments) X of 61. 1520 manufacture of shoes X of 62. 1610 sawing and planing of wood impregnation works X of 63. 1621 manufacture of veneer, plywood, fibreboard, and particle X of 64. 1622 production of parquet boards X of 65. 1623 manufacture of other structural parts, precast, construction elements and prefabricated buildings from wood X of 66. 1624 production of packaging materials , Storage containers and carriers from wood X of 67. 1629 wood manufacturing a. n. g., Cork, braiding and basketry (excl. furniture) X of 68. 1711 manufacture of wood and wood pulp X of 69. 1712 manufacture of paper and paperboard X of 70. 1721 manufacture of corrugated paper and paperboard and of containers of paper and paperboard X 71. 1722 from manufacture of household, hygiene and toilet products pulp , Paper and cardboard X of 72. 1723 manufacture of stationery and office supplies from paper and paperboard X of 73. 1724 production of wallpapers X of 74. 1729 manufacture of other products from paper and paperboard X of 75. 1813 - media prepress and X of 76. 1910 Coke X of 77. 1920 petroleum X of 78. 2011 production of industrial gases X of 79 2012 manufacture of dyes and pigments X of 80. 2013 manufacture of other inorganic basic substances and chemicals X of 81. 2014 manufacture of other organic basic substances and chemicals X of 82. 2015 manufacture of fertilizers and nitrogen compounds X of 83. 2016 manufacture of plastics in primary forms X of 84. 2017 manufacture of synthetic rubber in primary forms X of 85. 2020 manufacture of pesticides, pesticides and disinfectants X of 86 2030 manufacture of paints, printing ink and mastics X of 87. 2041 manufacture of SOAP and detergents, cleaning and polishing preparations X of 88. 2042 manufacture of perfumes and fragrances X of 89. 2051 manufacture of pyrotechnic products X of 90. 2052 manufacture of adhesives X of 91. 2053 manufacturing etheric oils X of 92. 2059 manufacture of other chemical products n.e.c..
 
X 93. 2060 manufacture of man-made fibres X of 94 2110 manufacture of pharmaceutical raw materials X of 95. 2120 manufacture of pharmaceutical specialities and other pharmaceutical products X of 96. 2211 manufacture and retreading of tyres X of 97. 2219 manufacture of other rubber products X of 98. 2221 manufacture of plates, sheets, tubes and profiles plastics X of 99. 2222 manufacture of packaging materials plastic X of 100 2223 manufacture of builders of plastics X of 101. 2229 manufacture of other plastic products X of 102. 2311 manufacture of flat glass
X 103. 2312 finishing and processing of flat glass X of 104. 2313 manufacture of hollow glass X of 105. 2314 manufacture of glass fibres and articles thereof X of 106. 2319 production, refining and processing of other glass, including technical glassware X of 107. 2320 manufacture of refractory ceramic materials and products X of 108. 2331 manufacture of ceramic wall and floor tiles and plates X of 109. 2332 manufacture of bricks and other building ceramics X of 110. 2341 manufacture of ceramic household and ornamental articles X of 111. 2342 manufacture by Sanitary ware X 2343 112. insulators and insulating parts of ceramic X of 113. 2344 manufacture of ceramic products for other technical purposes X of 114. 2349 manufacture of other ceramic products X of 115. 2351 X of 116. 2352-cement manufacture manufacture of lime and calcined gypsum X of 117. 2362 manufacture of plaster products for construction 118. 2365 X manufacture of fibre cement X of 119. 2369 manufacture of other products of concrete , Cement and plaster n.e.c..
 
X of 120. 2370 loading and processing of natural stone and natural stone n.e.c..
 
X 121. 2391 manufacture of abrasives and coated abrasives X of 122. 2399 manufacture of other products of non-metallic minerals a. n. g. X of 123. 2410 production of pig iron, steel and ferro-alloys X 124. 2420 manufacture of steel tubes, tube, pipe and pipe fittings from steel X of 125. 2431 production of bright steel X of 126. 2432 production of cold-rolled strip with a width of less than 600 mm X of 127. 2433 manufacture of cold profiles X of 128. 2434 production of cold drawn wire X of 129. 2441
Generation and first processing of precious metals X of 130. 2442 generation and first processing of aluminium X of 131. 2443 generation and first processing of lead, zinc and Tin X of 132. 2444 generation and first processing of copper X of 133 2445 production and first conversion of other non-ferrous metals X of 134. 2446 reprocessing of nuclear fuel X of 135. 2451 iron foundries X of 136. 2452 steel foundries X of 137. 2453 alloy foundries X of 138. 2454 non-ferrous metal foundries X of 139. 2511 manufacture of metal constructions X of 140. 2512 production of extension elements metal X of 141. 2521 manufacture of radiators and boiler for central heating X 142. 2529 manufacture of storage tanks, tanks, etc. containers from metal X of 143. 2530 production of steam boilers (without central heating boiler) X of 144. 2540 manufacture of weapons and ammunition X of 145. 2550 manufacture of forging, press -, drawing - and punching parts, rolled rings and powder metallurgy products X of 146. 2561 surface finishing and heat treatment X of 147. 2571 manufacture of cutlery and flatware from base metal X of 148. 2572 manufacture of locks and fittings of base metal X of 149. 2573 producing tools X of 150 2591 manufacture of casks, drums, cans, buckets, etc. containers metal X of 151. 2592 manufacture of packaging and closures of iron, steel and non-ferrous metals X of 152. 2593 manufacture of wire products, chain and springs X of 153 2594 production of screws and rivets X of 154. 2599 manufacture of other metal products n.e.c..
 
X 155. 2611 manufacture of electronic components X of 156. 2612 manufacture of assembled PCBs X of 157. 2620 manufacture of computers and peripheral equipment X of 158. 2630 manufacture of equipment and telecommunication equipment X of 159. 2640 manufacture of consumer electronics X of 160. 2651 manufacture of measuring, control, navigation etc. instruments and devices X of 161. 2652 manufacture of watches X of 162. 2660
Production of electromedical devices X of 163. 2670, irradiation and electrotherapy equipment manufacture of optical and photographic instruments and equipment X of 164. 2680 manufacture of magnetic and optical disks X of 165. 2711 manufacture of electric motors, generators and transformers X of 166. 2712 manufacture of electricity distribution and control apparatus X of 167. 2720 manufacture of batteries and accumulators X of 168. 2731 manufacture of fibre optic cables X of 169. 2732 manufacture of other electronic and electric wires and cables X of 170. 2733 manufacture of electrical installation material X 171.
2740 manufacture of electric lamps and lights X of 172. 2751 manufacture of electric domestic appliances X of 173. 2752 manufacture of non-electric domestic appliances X of 174. 2790 manufacture of other electrical equipment and equipment n.e.c..
 
X 175. 2811 manufacture of internal combustion engines and turbines (except engines for air - and road vehicles) X of 176. 2812 manufacture of hydraulic and pneumatic components and systems X of 177. 2813 manufacture of pumps and compressors n.e.c..
 
X 178. 2814 fixtures n.e.c. manufacturing.
 
X 179. 2815 manufacture of bearings, gears, gears and drive elements X of 180. 2821 manufacture of ovens and burners X of 181. 2822 manufacture of lifting and handling X of 182. 2823 manufacture of office machinery (excluding data processing devices and peripheral devices) X of 183. 2824 manufacture of hand tools with motor drive X of 184. 2825 manufacture of cold and air conditioning for the budget X of 185. 2829 manufacture of other non-sector-specific machinery n.e.c..
 
X 186 2830 manufacture of agricultural and forestry machinery X of 187. 2841 manufacture of machine tools for metalworking X of 188. 2849 manufacture of other machine tools X of 189. 2891 manufacture of machines for the metal production, mills and moulding machines X of 190. 2892 manufacture of mining, construction and civil engineering machinery X of 191. 2893 manufacture of machinery for the food and beverage production and tobacco processing X of 192. 2894 manufacture of machinery for the textile, apparel and leather production X of 193. 2895 manufacture by Machines for the paper and paperboard production 194. 2896 X manufacture of machinery for the processing of plastics and rubber X 195. 2899 manufacture of machinery for other specific industries a. n. g.
 
X 196. 2910 manufacture of motor vehicles and motor X of 197. 2920 manufacture of bodies, special bodies and trailers X of 198. 2931 manufacture of electrical and electronic equipment for motor vehicles X of 199. 2932 manufacture of other parts and other accessories for motor vehicles X 200th 3011 shipbuilding (without boat and yacht building) X of 201 3012 boat and yacht building X 202. 3020 railway X of 203 3030 air and spacecraft X 204. 3040 manufacture of military fighting vehicles X 205. 3091 manufacture of motorcycles X 206. 3092 manufacturing bicycles, as well as for handicapped drivers X 207. 3099 manufacture of other transport equipment n.e.c..
 
X 208. 3101 manufacture of Office and shop furniture X 209. 3102 manufacture of kitchen furniture X 210. 3103 manufacture of mattresses X 211. 3109 manufacture of other furniture X 212. 3211 manufacturing of coins X 213. 3212 manufacture of jewellery, gold - and silversmith (without imitation jewellery) X 214. 3213 manufacture of imitation jewellery X 215. 3220 manufacture of musical instruments X 216. 3230 manufacture of sports equipment X 217. 3240 manufacture of toys X 218. 3250 manufacture of medical and dental instruments and supplies X
219. 3291 manufacture of brooms and brushes X 220. 3299 manufacturing other products a. n. g. X 221. 3832 recovery selector materials X 1 official note: classification of economic activities of the Federal Office of statistics, 2008 Edition. To be obtained from the Federal Statistical Office, Gustav-Stresemann-ring 11, 65189 Wiesbaden; to obtain through www.destatis.de.