Regulation On Security Of Electricity Supply In A Supply Crisis

Original Language Title: Verordnung zur Sicherung der Elektrizitätsversorgung in einer Versorgungskrise

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Electricity Security Regulation in a Supply Crisis (Electricity Protection Regulation-EltSV)

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Date of expend: 26.04.1982

Full quote:

" Electricity security ordinance of 26. April 1982 (BGBl. 514), as last amended by Article 3 (47) of the Law of 7. July 2005 (BGBl. 1970) "

:Last modified by Art. 3 (47) of the G v. 7.2005 I 1970

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(+ + + Text evidence from: 1.5.1982 + + +)
(+ + + For application, see § § § 1). 6 + + +) unofficial table of contents

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On the basis of § 1 (1) and (3), § 2 (3), § 3 (1) and (3), and § 16 No. 2 Point (a) of the Energy Security Act 1975 of 20. December 1974 (BGBl. 3681), which is by law of 19. December 1979 (BGBl. 2305), the Federal Government, with the approval of the Federal Council, decrees: Non-official table of contents

§ 1

(1) To cover of the vital need for electricity, the competent authorities may issue dispositions as load balancer
to companies and businesses that create, forward, or distribute electrical energy, via
the creation, reference, transformation, redirection, redirection, dispatch, release, usage, import, and export of electrical energy,
the storage, delivery and use of fuels;
to consumers about the dispatch, the reference and use of electrical energy, as well as the exclusion of electrical energy and
to enterprises of the commercial economy via the Manufacture, maintenance, supply, transfer and use of means of production to the extent that such means of production are used for the supply of electrical energy and natural gas, as well as the works of undertakings in the commercial sector Industry for the maintenance, repair, production and modification of structures and technical equipment used for the supply of electrical energy and natural gas.
(2) The load distributors may be companies and businesses that are Generate, transmit or distribute electrical energy, and make available to consumers, within a specified period, to amend existing contracts of the content referred to in paragraph 1, or to new contracts of that content if the desired conduct cannot be achieved or is not implemented in good time by applying existing contracts. In the case of a service, the normal fee or, in the absence of such a service, an appropriate fee shall be fixed; for the other terms and conditions of the contract, the same shall apply. If such a contract does not come into effect within the time limit, the burden-distributors may provide it with the justification.(3) Load distributors may only issue dispositions to the extent that they are strictly necessary in order to eliminate or mitigate the risk or disturbance of the vital supply of electrical energy. Existing contracts and the intended purpose of own installations should be taken into account as far as possible.(4) The disconnection of a supply area is only permissible if a reduction in the power or other measures is not sufficient to prevent or correct a network breakdown that goes beyond the supply area. In this connection, the coverage of electricity demand for the fulfilment of public and other tasks of vital importance to the population must be reduced as little as possible. The disconnection shall not exceed 4 hours and shall be publicly disclosed immediately in a suitable manner. The operating time between two lock times must not be shorter than the previous lock time. Where there is a need for repeated shutdowns, a timetable shall be drawn up and shall be publicly disclosed immediately in a suitable manner.(5) The dispositions are to be limited in time, insofar as their duration does not already result from their content. They shall become ineffective as soon as this Regulation is repealed or inapplicable. The same shall apply to contracts concluded on the basis of an order provided for in the first sentence of paragraph 2 or which have been justified by a disposition provided for in the third sentence of paragraph 2. Contracts which have been amended on the basis or at the disposal of paragraph 2 shall be restored with their original content. Non-official table of contents

§ 2

Companies and businesses that use plants to generate electrical energy with a total power of more The Federal Network Agency for Electricity, Gas, Telecommunications, Post and Railways as well as the Federal Network Agency for Electricity, Gas, Telecommunications, Post and Railways shall be obliged to supply all or part of their service to the network of public supply. competent body to report in two copies, up to the tenth of each month, in accordance with the annex to this Regulation. The Federal Network Agency for Electricity, Gas, Telecommunications, Post and Railways and the competent authority in accordance with the law of the country may request these notifications at shorter intervals if this is necessary to ensure the security of the energy supply. Non-official table of contents

§ 3

is an administrative offence within the meaning of Section 15 (1) (1) of the Energy Security Act 1975, who intentionally or negligent
a fully-accessible disposition according to § 1 para. 1, or
a message in accordance with § 2 is not correct, not complete or not in good time.
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§ 4

Managing Authority within the meaning of § 16 No. 2 (a) of the Energy Security Act 1975 is the Federal Network Agency for Electricity, Gas, Telecommunications, Swiss Post and Railways. unofficial table of contents

§ 5

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§ 6

(1) This Regulation shall enter into force on the day after the announcement.(2) It shall not be applied until the Federal Government has established
by Regulation, that the energy supply within the meaning of Section 1 (1) or Section 2 (3) of the Energy Security Act 1975 is at risk or is disturbed, and
the applicability of Ordinance.
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Asset (to § 2)

Site of the original text: BGBl. I 1982, 516
(Company) (date)

in accordance with § 2 of the Electricity Protection Regulation
of the 26. April 1982 (BGBl. I p 514)
for month ......................... 19 ......

1.1 Available gross power ................ MW
1.2 Expected maximum load of power plants ................ MW
1.3 Required Reserve ................ MW
1.4 Free Performance (Height) ................ MW
1.5 Free Performance (Art) ................ MW
1.6 Fuel supply of free power for ................ Days

2.1 Fuel inventory
2.1.1 Hard coal ....... 10 (high) 3t SKE accordingly ....... Days
2.1.2 heating oil, heavy ....... 10 (high) 3t SKE accordingly ....... Days
2.1.3 heating oil, light ....... 10 (high) 3t SKE accordingly ....... Days
2.1.4 Work content
of the annual storage .................. GWh

2.2 Monthly fuel consumption
2.2.1 Hard coal .............. 10 (high) 3t SKE
2.2.2 Heating oil, heavy .............. 10 (high) 3t SKE
2.2.3 heating oil, light .............. 10 (high) 3t SKE
2.3 Fuel supply difficulties