Royal Decree 900/2015, Of 9 October, Which Regulates The Administrative, Technical And Economic Conditions Of The Modes Of Supplying Of Electricity With Consumption And Production With Consumption.

Original Language Title: Real Decreto 900/2015, de 9 de octubre, por el que se regulan las condiciones administrativas, técnicas y económicas de las modalidades de suministro de energía eléctrica con autoconsumo y de producción con autoconsumo.

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I the directive 2009/28/EC, of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 April 2009 on the promotion of the use of energy from renewable sources and for amending and repealing directives 2001/77/EC and 2003/30/EC, establishes the obligation to streamline and speed up the administrative procedures of authorization and connection to electric power transmission and distribution networks urging to establish simplified authorisation procedures. Also regulates the general lines that should govern access to networks and operation in relation to renewable energy taking into account their future development.

The Royal Decree 1699 / 2011, on 18 November, which regulates the connection to network of electric energy of small power production facilities, establishes in its second additional provision the obligation to regulate the supply of electrical energy produced in the interior of the network by a consumer for his own consumption.

Likewise, in the Royal Decree-Law 13/2012, 30 March, which is transposing directives in the field of electricity and gas markets and in the area of electronic communications which measures for the correction of deviations by mismatches between the costs and income from gas and electric sectors modified the definitions of producer and consumer subjects referred to in article 9 of the Law 54/1997 27 November, in the Electricity Sector, to enable the Government to establish for certain consumers unique modes of supplying to promote individual production of electricity for consumption in the same location, detailing the regime of rights and obligations arising from them.

Royal Decree-Law 9/2013, of 12 July, which adopt urgent measures to ensure financial power system stability, created in the Ministry of industry, energy and tourism administrative registry of consumption of electric power for adequate tracking of consumers to supply with consumption patterns and those associated with production facilities that are connected on the inside of your network or through a direct line It will contain information relating to consumers and its associated facilities.

The law 24/2013, of 26 December, the Electricity Sector, in its article 9, defines consumption as the consumption of electric power generation facilities connected within a network of consumers or through a direct line of power associated with a consumer and distinguishes several forms of consumption.

The regulation contained in the aforementioned law 24/2013, December 26, relating to the subsistence, aims to ensure an orderly activity, compatible with the need to ensure the technical and economic sustainability of the electricity system as a whole. In this sense, articles provides, in General, the obligation of facilities of consumption contribute to financing costs and system services in the same amount as the rest of the consumers. However, is foreseen in article 9.3 and the ninth transitional provision, exceptions for cases in which consumption involves a reduction in costs for the system and temporarily until December 31, 2019, for existing cogeneration facilities.

Finally, the cited article 9.3, editorially given by Royal Decree-Law 9/2015, July 10, on urgent measures to reduce the tax burden borne by the taxpayers of the tax on physical persons income and other measures of an economic nature, provides that, exceptionally and provided to ensure security and sustainable economic and financial system and with the conditions that the Government Regulation reduction of tolls, charges and costs for certain categories of consumers in low-voltage supply with consumption mode may be. In any case, both the installed generation and the contracted maximum power consumption shall not exceed 10 kW.

This exception responds to the objective of lower administrative burdens, of management and costs associated with small power consumers who decided to backflush electric power and is justified by the contribution to the momentum of the economy and the improvement of competitiveness posed by this reduction in prices for electric consumers. All this is guaranteed the economic and financial sustainability of the electrical system.

En_virtud_de the above, this Royal Decree establishes the regulation of administrative, technical and economic conditions of the modes of supplying of electric power consumption defined in paragraphs a), b), c) of article 9(1) of the law 24/2013, on December 26, which are that technologically currently exist. Article 9(1). d) relative to any other form of consumption of electrical energy from an installation of electric power generation associated with a consumer, is reserved for those new technologies that may arise and that will require a regulatory development, prior to its effective implementation. This however, in the meantime, if it came into existence some installation, shall comply with administrative, technical and economic requirements regulated by Royal Decree.

The concept of consumption encompasses a full range of modalities of consumption of energy generated at the local level from generation facilities connected inside the consumer network or through a direct line, well with this energy total consumption or existence of surplus production plant that could escape to the networks.

II the activity of production of electrical energy has been characterized by a scheme of generation centralized, unidirectional and complemented by measures of incentive and control on the performance of the demand.

In recent years the emergence of new concepts and developments, generation and control systems will allow the gradual evolution of this model to other distributed, usually of small power electricity generation, where begin to integrate effectively into the network as an element of efficiency, production and management, and not just as a simple connection to the delivery of the produced electrical energy.

Distributed generation presents the system benefits, primarily in regard to reduction of losses from the network in the cases where generation facilities are near the point of consumption and reduce energy flows across the network, assuming in addition a minimization of the impact of the electrical systems in your environment.

Distributed generation, however, does not reduce the costs of maintenance of the networks of transport and distribution and other costs of the electrical system should be covered with revenues of the electrical system, causing, in some cases, investment costs in networks to meet the needs arising from such distributed generation.

International, this Royal Decree regulates the economic conditions of application the modalities of consumption defined in paragraphs a), b), c) of article 9(1) of the law 24/2013, December 26, determining the application both access tolls and charges associated with the cost of the system.

The law in relation to consumption, aims to ensure an orderly activity, compatible with the need to ensure the technical and economic sustainability of the electricity system as a whole. In this sense, the articles of this law establishes the obligation of facilities of consumption contribute to financing costs and system services in the same amount as the rest of the consumers. In a simplified way, the electrical consumers paid in bills three economic concepts: the cost of the networks, the rest of the system costs (essentially remuneration cosmopolitan to renewables, cogeneration and waste), additional fee for plants not peninsular electric systems and annuity of the deficit and energy (including the backup of the system).

So consumers who carry out subsistence pay tolls for access to the networks of transport and distribution as a contribution to the coverage of the costs of such networks and will be paid by the actual use that is made of them, i.e. by the contracted power and measured power point border associated with it.

Charges will apply to all consumers as a contribution to other electrical system costs that are mainly used to cover the amounts corresponding the specific remuneration regime of the activity of generation from renewable energy sources, cogeneration of high efficiency and waste, the remuneration of the extra-cost of production in the electrical systems in the non-peninsular territories , and the annuities corresponding to the deficit of the electric system, with corresponding interests and adjustments. These costs of energy policy decisions, should be financed by the consumers connected to the electric system, in solidarity.
In addition, it is necessary to take into account the price that consumers pay when they purchase their electricity on the market, is intended to cover a number of costs that are intended to both repay the support required by the system to ensure the balance between generation and demand on the horizon daily and in real-time as the necessary capacity for that balance in the medium and long term.

In the case of a consumer who might be welcomed to a subsistence mode, when your network is connected to the system, this will benefit from the support that provides you with the whole electric system even when you are guaranteeing electricity produced by your installation of generation associated, contrary to what would happen if this consumer is electrically isolated from the system.

This is without prejudice, as it is derived from the provisions in article 9.3 and the transitional provision ninth Law 24/2013, on December 26, of exemptions for cases in which consumption involves a reduction in costs to the system and for small consumers, and temporarily until December 31, 2019, for existing cogeneration facilities to the entry into force of the aforementioned law.

In this context, the Government must reconcile the development of small scale generation, linked to electricity consumption, minimizing the impact to the whole of the electric system and establishing the minimum control tools that allow the Administration to direct the development of this novel mechanism.

The implementation of small-scale electrical energy generation facilities intended for consumption will mean an additional challenge in terms of its integration in the system and the management of networks. Unlike in the case of larger installations, these smaller facilities can be found embedded in the interior of the supply points and, although they are identified in the administrative register of subsistence, may be practically invisible system operator and distribution system operators. Therefore, it will be necessary to carry out a continuous monitoring of the impact of these facilities have on the operation of the system to simultaneously develop the right tools that enable its progressive safe integration.

Furthermore, the technological and commercial development of renewable energy at present and the planned for the future is allowing the reduction of investment costs. In this context, electrical energy from renewable sources represents a choice of interest for users much higher that most closely match their profiles of consumption and generation. In this sense, it allows the installation of storage systems which will make it possible to carry out a more efficient management of energy, with the only limitations derived from the rules of safety and industrial quality.

It is thus moving towards a system of distributed generation by means of sale of surplus and instant consumption to boost individual power production installations of low power, for consumption in the same location, in cases that are efficient for the whole of the electrical system.

In addition, in the electrical systems of the non-peninsular Territories this development is particularly interesting from an economic point of view since the cost of generation in the same exceeds several times the cost of generation in peninsular power system, by which the implementation of these facilities expected will reduce the cost of generation in those systems.

III on the other hand, the previous law 54/1997, of 27 November, in the Electricity Sector, contained in its article 9, the self-construction subject of electric power, which was the natural or legal person generating electricity essentially for his own use. Autoproductores subjects of the extinct special regime had the right to incorporate their surplus energy to the system, which would receive the remuneration regime.

Royal Decree-Law 7/2006, of 23 June, laying down urgent measures in the energy sector, by which amended the Law 54/1997, of 27 November, eliminating the self-construction subject and equating the rights and obligations of the producers on the one hand and consumers on other subjects.

Since the adoption of the Royal Decree 661/2007, 25 may, which regulates the activity of production of electrical energy in special regime cogeneration facilities have been able to sell system all net electrical power produced, acquiring the associated consumer, the necessary energy for its production process.

However, law 24/2013, of 26 December, electricity sector has expressly, in article 9, the consumption of electric power and forwards to a regulatory development. Thus, by this Royal Decree is the regulation of the administrative, economic and technical conditions for connection to the network of facilities which will accept any form of consumption of electric energy. However installations of cogeneration and its associated consumer, although they share a connection to the network infrastructure, continue to being able to choose between the sale of all the net energy generated or placement to subsistence production mode, when they fulfil the requirements established in the present Royal Decree.

This regulation of the technical conditions for connection of the installations of cogeneration and its associated consumer, implies the effective repeal of the first additional provision of the Royal Decree 1565 / 2010 of 19 November, which regulate and modify certain aspects relating to the activity of production of electrical energy in special regime; existing temporarily in accordance with the ninth transitional provision of Royal Decree 413/2014, on 6 June, which regulates the activity of production of electrical energy from renewable energy sources, cogeneration and waste.

For its part, the doubts raised about the validity of article 6.6 of the Royal Decree 1164 / 2001 of 26 October, establishing rates for access to the networks of transport and distribution of electric power, with the disappearance of the self-construction subject, make it necessary to be expressly repeal article for greater legal certainty and its entry into force was postponed to avoid possible economic damage in those facilities that followed by applying the established regime in the same.

On the other hand, comes to the modification of the Royal Decree 2019 / 1997, of 26th December, which organizes and regulates the market of electric energy production, for recognition as a central counterparty of purchases and sales of the daily market of production to the market operator, providing it with the necessary tools for their performance. All this, for the application of provisions in the proposal of the (EU) Commission Regulation which establishes a guideline on the allocation of capacity and management of congestion, development of legislation in compliance with Regulation (EC) No. 714/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 July 2009 on conditions for access to the network for cross-border trade in electricity.

Finally, a number of amendments are introduced in the Real Decree 1110 / 2007, of 24 August, which approves the unified regulation of measurement of the electrical system, and the Royal Decree 1699 points / 2011, 18 November, necessary to adapt the rules to the new modes of consumption. Additionally updated terminology used in those provisions modified and added new points boundaries.

In accordance with the requirements of article 5(2) of the law 3/2013, 4 June, creation of the National Commission of markets and competition, this Royal Decree has been subject to mandatory report by the National Commission of markets and competition, who, for the elaboration of his report, has taken into account the observations and comments of the Advisory Council of electricity.

Also, has been the mandatory processing of audience through publication in the «Official Gazette» dated 6 June 2015.

By virtue, on the proposal of the Minister of industry, energy and tourism, with the prior approval of the Minister of finance and public administration, in accordance with the Council of State and after deliberation by the Council of Ministers at its meeting of October 9, 2015, have: title I object and scope article 1. Object.

The Royal Decree aims at the establishment of administrative, technical and economic for modes of consumption of electrical power defined in article 9 of the law 24/2013, on December 26, conditions in the Electricity Sector.

Article 2. Scope of application.

1 provisions of this Royal Decree is applicable to installations connected within a network, even if they do not pour power networks of transport and distribution at any moment, welcome any modalities of consumption of electric power to), b), and (c)), defined in article 9 of the law 24/2013, December 26 , of the electric power industry.
2. is excepted from the application of this Royal Decree to isolated installations and generation groups used exclusively in the event of an interruption of power from the power supply in accordance with the definitions of article 100 of the Royal Decree 1955 / 2000 of 1 December, which regulates the activities of transport distribution, marketing, supply and installations of electricity authorisation procedures.

Article 3. Definitions.

1 a the effects of this Royal Decree, means: to) hourly consumption: net time consumption of electric power generation facilities connected within a network of a consumer or a producer which are shared facilities for connection to the network or connected through a hotline.

(b) associated consumer: consumer at a point of delivery or installation that share infrastructure in connection with transport or distribution with a producer or which is linked to it by a direct line or that have connected to your internal network production registered in the administrative register of production facilities, consume or no energy from the production facility.

(c) auxiliary services timetable consumption: NET schedule of electric power consumed by the auxiliary services of generation measured in the measurement of the net generation device.

(d) demand: power received from the transport and distribution network.

(e) hourly demand: schema net balance of power received from the transport and distribution network.

(f) time associated with consumer demand: schema net balance of power received from the network of transportation or distribution not for consumption of the auxiliary services of the production installation.

(g) surplus electricity: electric energy generated in the interior of a consumer network or by a producer who shared facilities for connection to the mains with a consumer or a Kingdom through a direct line with a consumer and producer poured to the transport and distribution networks.

(h) time energy consumption: total net hourly energy consumed by the consumer associated with a production plant.

(i) net time energy generated: gross energy generated less the consumed by the auxiliary services in a period of time.

(j) isolated installation: one in which there is at no time physical capacity of electrical connection with the network of transportation or distribution either directly or indirectly through an installation or self-employed. Facilities that are disconnected from the network using switches or equivalent devices shall not be considered isolated to the effects of the application of this Royal Decree.

(k) connected to the network installation: the installation of generation connected within a network of consumers, that shared infrastructure of network connection with a consumer that is attached to this through a hotline and has or may have, at some point, electrical connection with the network of transport or distribution.

Facilities that are disconnected from the network using switches or equivalent devices shall be deemed facilities connected to the network for the purposes of the application of this Royal Decree.

In the course of production facilities connected to the interior of a consumer network, deemed that both facilities are connected to the network when either the receiver installation either the installation of generation is connected to the network.

(l) direct line: line that relate to the direct link of a production facility with a consumer and complying with the requirements set out in the regulations.

(m) application of charge power: power required by the installation of the consumer in a tariff period.

(n) installed power: defined in article 3 and the eleventh additional provision of Royal Decree 413/2014, 6 June, which regulates the activity of production of electrical energy from renewable energy sources, cogeneration and waste.

(n) internal network: electrical installation consisting of drivers, switchgear and equipment necessary to give service to a reception facility which does not belong to the distribution network.

For the purposes of this Royal Decree, means everything when production facilities listed in the administrative register of electrical energy production facilities are connected inside the consumer network when this share infrastructure in connection with transport or distribution by the producer.

(o) auxiliary production services: defined in article 3 of the unified rules of measurement points of the electrical system, approved by Royal Decree 1110 / 2007 of August 24.

(p) discharge schedule: schedule net balance of electrical energy generated by an installation of generation connected to the interior of a consumer network and poured into electrical system.

2 energies and powers set out in the preceding paragraph shall be calculated, for the purposes of billing and settlement, in accordance with Annex I.

Title II classification, requirements of the facilities and quality of service.

Article 4. Classification of modes of consumption.

1 a the effects of this Royal Decree establishes the following classification of modes of consumption: to) mode of subsistence type 1: corresponds to the mode of supply with consumption defined in article 9.1. to) of the aforementioned law 24/2013, on December 26.

In the case of a consumer in a single point of delivery or installation, on your network in one or more installations of generation of electricity for own consumption and that were not given high in the corresponding register as production facility. In this case there will be a single subject than those provided for in article 6 of the law 24/2013, of 26 December, the Electricity Sector, which will be the subject of consumer.

(((b) mode of subsistence type 2: corresponds to consumption patterns defined in article 9(1). b) and 9.1. c) of the law 24/2013, on December 26.

In the case of a consumer of electric power at a point of delivery or installation, which is associated with one or several production facilities duly registered in the administrative register of electrical energy production facilities within its network-connected or who share a connection with this infrastructure or connected via a hotline. In this case there will be two subjects than those provided for in article 6 of law 24/2013, of 26 December, the subject of consumer and producer.

2. the point of delivery or installation of a consumer shall comply with the requirements established in the rules of application for consideration as such.

3. in no case a generator can connect to the interior of several consumer network.

Article 5. General requirements to qualify for a mode of subsistence.

1 subjects with the mode of subsistence type 1 shall comply with the following requirements: to) the contracted consumer power shall not exceed 100 kW.

(b) the sum of installed power generation will be equal to or less than the contracted consumer power.

(c) the holder of the point will be the same as the of all the consumption equipment and facilities connected to their network.

(d) installations of generation and supply point shall comply with the technical requirements contained in the regulations of the electricity sector and on the regulation of quality and safety that find application. In particular those laid down in the Royal Decree 1699 / 2011, on 18 November, which regulates the connection to electric power of small power production facilities. For the purpose, exclusive of the implementation of the aforementioned Royal Decree 1699 / 2011, 18 November, the installations of generation of the mode of subsistence type 1 will be considered production facilities.

2 production facilities under the mode of subsistence type 2 must comply, depending on their technical specifications, the following: a) the sum of the installed power of production facilities will be equal to or less than the contracted consumer power.

b) in the event that there are several production facilities, the owner of all and each one of them must be the same person or entity.

(c) production facilities must meet the technical requirements contained in the rules of the electricity sector and on the regulation of quality and safety resulting them from application, in particular the Royal Decree 1955 / 2000, from December 1, the Royal Decree 1699 / 2011, dated 18 November, for production facilities included in its scope and the Royal Decree 413/2014 , 6 June, which regulates the activity of production of electrical energy from renewable energy sources, cogeneration and waste.
(d) when production facilities share infrastructures of transport or distribution network connection or connect the interior of a consumer network will respond jointly and severally liable for non-compliance with the precepts contained in Royal Decree accepting the consequences of disconnection of the cited point, in application of the existing rules, could lead to any of the parties including the impossibility of selling power producer and the perception of the remuneration which would have corresponded to him or the impossibility of the consumer's purchasing power and the perception of the fee, if any, apply to you. The company distributor or carrier will not have any legal obligation on network connection facilities which are not owned. The access contract which the consumer, directly or through the trading company, subscribes with the distribution company, will pick up the forecast contained in this section.

3 will be considered consumers holders of production facilities by the consumption of its ancillary generation services.

4 where by failure to meet technical requirements there are dangerous installations or when it has manipulated the measuring equipment, the distribution company may proceed to the interruption of supply, in accordance with article 87 of the Royal Decree 1955 / 2000 of December 1.

5 be installed elements of accumulation in consumption facilities regulated by Royal Decree, when they have the protections set out in the rules of safety and industrial quality applied and are installed in such form to share measurement device that recorded the net generation or measurement device that recorded the hourly energy consumption.

Article 6. Quality of service.

1. in relation to the incidents caused the network of transport or distribution facilities benefiting from some consumption patterns defined in this Royal Decree shall apply provisions in law 24/2013, on December 26, and its implementing regulations and particularly in in Real Decree 1699 / 2011 , 18 November, for installations included in its scope and the Royal Decree 1955 / 2000 of 1 December, which regulates the activities of transport, distribution, marketing, supply and installations of electricity authorisation procedures. In addition, to these same effects generation facilities connected the interior of a consumer network, benefiting from the mode of subsistence of type 1, will be considered within the regulation provided for in chapter III of the Royal Decree 1699 / November 18, 2011.

2. the company distributor or carrier will not have any legal obligation on the quality of service by incidents arising from faults in the connecting facilities shared by the producer and the consumer.

3. the access contract which the consumer, directly or through the trading company, subscribes with the distribution company, will collect expressly set out in paragraph 1.

Title III legal regime of article 7 consumption patterns. Procedure of connection and access in modes of consumption.

1. in order to benefit from any of the forms of subsistence regulated in the present Royal Decree, consumers must request a new connection or modify the existing distributor in the area or, where appropriate, carrier even though they were not pouring energy transport and distribution networks at any moment from the installation of generation installed on your internal network or with which shares the network access infrastructure.

2 shall apply to installations of generation of the mode of subsistence type 1 the procedure of access established in chapter II of the Royal Decree 1699 / November 18, 2011.

However this to consumers with a mode of subsistence type 1 who have contracted a power exceeding 10 kW and proving that they have a device that prevents the dumping instant power to the distribution network shall be exempt from the payment of access and connection studies referred to in article 30 of the Royal Decree 1048 / 2013 , 27 December, which establishes the methodology for the calculation of the remuneration of the activity of distribution of electric power and the payment of the rush of generation rights provided for in article 6 of the Royal Decree 1699 / November 18, 2011.

3. for production of the mode of subsistence type 2 installations, procedure and access will be regulated in the Real Decree 1699 / 2011, dated 18 November, for installations included in their scope of application. The rest of the production facilities will be the provisions of the Royal Decree 1955 / 2000 of December 1 and its implementing regulations. In addition to the direct lines it will be of application in article 42 of the law 24/2013 on December 26, and its implementing regulations.

4. for the purposes of toll access and electricity supply contract will be applicable with the specific rules of the electricity sector in this matter.

Article 8. Contracts of access in modes of consumption.

1. in order to benefit from any of the forms of subsistence regulated in the present Royal Decree, consumer must sign a contract with the company access distributor directly or through the trading company, or modify the existing ones, in accordance with the applicable regulations, to reflect this fact.

2. Additionally, in subsistence mode type 2, the holder of a production facility must sign a contract of access with the company distributor for their production services directly or through the trading company, or modify the existing ones, in accordance with the applicable regulations, to reflect this fact.

The date of signup or modification of the contract access to the consumer, in accordance with paragraph 1, and of the auxiliary services of the producer shall be the same.

Still the above, subjects can formalize a contract of joint access to auxiliary services of production and the associated consumption, if they meet the following requirements: to) production facilities connected to the interior of the consumer network are included in the scope of the Royal Decree 1699 / 2011, of 18 November.

(b) the sum of the installed power of production facilities does not exceed 100 kW.

(c) the consumer and production facilities-holders be the same natural or legal person.

((d) the measure established in article 13.2 configuration available. b).

3. the time of permanence in the chosen mode of subsistence will be as a minimum of one year from the date of signup or modification of the contract or contracts for access as laid down in the preceding paragraphs, renewable automaticamente.4. The provisions of this article shall apply even if producer not pour power networks at any moment.

Article 9. Tolls for access to the networks of transport and distribution of application to electric power producers.

In the mode of subsistence type 2, the owners of production facilities, by the discharge schedule defined in article 3, shall comply with access tolls set out in the Royal Decree 1544 / 2011, on 31 October, establishing tolls for access to the networks of transmission and distribution electric power producers must meet.

Article 10. Contracts for the supply of energy in the modes of consumption.

Played host to a mode of consumption consumer and producer, in the form of subsistence type 2, for auxiliary services of generation, can acquire energy well as direct consumers in the market of production, or by a marketer. In the latter case the supply contract may be in free market or any of the manner laid down in Royal Decree 216/2014, 28 March, which establishes the methodology of calculation of voluntary prices for small consumer of electric power and its legal system of recruitment.

Contracts, where appropriate, sign with a marketing company must expressly reflect the mode of subsistence which is welcomed and comply with the minimum requirements established in the regulations, even if not is pour energy networks at any moment.

Title IV requirements, measurement and management of the energy chapter I requirements general measure in the form of subsistence article 11. Requirements of measurement facilities benefiting from the modalities of consumption.

1. the measuring points of the facilities under the modalities of consumption shall comply with the requirements and conditions established in the unified rules of measurement points of the electrical system approved by the Royal Decree 1110 / 2007, 24 August, and the regulations in force in the field of measurement and safety and industrial quality, meeting the requirements necessary to enable and ensure the correct measurement and billing the circulated.
2. the measuring equipment will be installed in the corresponding Interior networks, in the closest points possible to the border point, and will have capacity of at least time resolution measurement.

The net energy generated is defined in the unified rules of measurement points of the electrical system, approved by Royal Decree 1110 / 2007 of August 24.

Measures of the teams will be elevated to the voltage level of the point border affecting them, if necessary, by the relevant losses. You may apply different loss coefficients in measures affected for the same losses.

With the exception of generation ancillary services and, where appropriate facilities of accumulation, in circuit linking generation with its measuring equipment installation not can insert any item of consumption.

3 responsible for the reading of each point border will be those set forth in the unified regulation of electrical measurement points.

Subsistence type 1 mode, responsible for the reading of all measuring equipment will be the Distributor, as Manager of the border points reading of consumer.

In any case, the reading Manager has obligation to proceed readings of measurements of power which they are entitled, and, where appropriate, the control of power and excesses of reactive power, as well as the realization of hourly net balances and start-up measure in accordance with the regulations in force at the disposal of the participants.

For the exercise of their functions responsible for reading may access all measurement data of those equipment necessary to perform the hourly net balances.

In cases in which action on a measurement point is available shall apply the provisions of article 31 of the unified regulation of measurement points of the electrical system approved by the Royal Decree 1110 / 2007 of August 24.

Article 12. Custom measurement installations under the mode of subsistence type 1.

1. the measuring equipment of facilities benefiting from subsistence type 1 mode will have the same precision and requirements of communication that corresponds as border type of consumer.

Measuring equipment installed at border points of consumer type 5 will be integrated into systems of TeleManagement and telemetry of its manager of reading.

Measuring equipment installed at border points of consumer type 4 will be integrated into the TeleManagement and telemetry of its manager of reading systems for extent type 5 points in article 9.8 of the unified regulation of measurement points of the electrical system approved by the Royal Decree 1110 / 2007 of August 24. They must meet in addition to the system of telemetry and remote management specifications, all the requirements laid down in that regulation and implementing rules for the points of measurement type 4 and 5, which is more demanding in each case.

In the case of measurement of consumer points type 3 must have remote communication devices established for the measurement of consumer type 3 points.

2 consumer subjects with this mode of consumption will benefit from the necessary measuring equipment for billing prices, rates, fees, tolls and other costs and system services that you may apply. For this purpose they must have a measurement device that recorded the net energy generated from the installation of generation and other border measurement independent at the point of installation equipment. A measurement device that recorded the consumed energy total by the associated consumer is optionally available. The net energy generated shall be defined in the unified rules of measurement points of the electrical system, approved by Royal Decree 1110 / 2007 of August 24.

Article 13. Custom measurement installations under the mode of subsistence type 2.

1. the measuring equipment of facilities in the form of subsistence type 2 will have the same classification in relation to the accuracy of their equipment and communication requirements. Such classification shall be equal to the most demanding of which correspond to the different measurement points separately.

As regards measure type 5 points, they be integrated into systems of TeleManagement and telemetry of its manager of reading.

In the case of measurement of consumer-type points 4 shall comply with the requirements of the unified regulation of measurement points of the electrical system approved by the Royal Decree 1110 / 2007 of August 24 and detailed rules for the points of measurement type 4 and 5, which is more demanding in each case.

In the case of points of measurement type 3 must have devices of remote communication of characteristics similar to those established for the measurement type generation 3 points.

2 subjects with the mode of subsistence type 2 will have the necessary measuring equipment for billing prices, rates, charges or tolls that are of application in accordance with the following: to) general subjects to the mode of subsistence type 2 must have: 1 a team of bi-directional measurement that measure net generated energy.

2. A measurement device that recorded the consumed energy total by the associated consumer.

3 optionally, a bi-directional measuring equipment located at the border point of the installation.

((b) if the sum of the installed powers of plants connected in the interior of the consumer network is not exceeding 100 kW and the consumer subject and holders of production facilities are the same natural or legal person alternately to the provisions of paragraph a) previous subjects must have: 1 a team of bi-directional measurement that measure net generated energy.

2. A bi-directional measuring equipment located at the border point of the installation.

3 optionally, a measurement device that recorded the consumed energy total by the associated consumer.

(c) despite the above, in the case of the subjects with the mode of subsistence type 2 linked by direct lines measuring equipment necessary for billing prices, rates, charges or tolls resulting from application, must be such that toll access to networks of transport and distribution on the power and energy demand of network can be applied the fees associated with the cost of the electrical system are applied above all consumption regardless of their origin and the other system services charge applies on the self-consumed power.

Chapter II management of the electric energy produced and consumed article 14. Economic surplus and consumed energy regime.

1. the energy acquired by consumers played host to the mode of subsistence type 1 will be hourly demand for energy.

Consumers welcomed the mode of subsistence type 2 must purchase the energy corresponding to the time associated with consumer demand.

The holder of the production facility played host to the mode of subsistence type 2 must purchase the energy corresponding to the time consumption of auxiliary services defined in article 3.

2. to the consumer to any means of subsistence tolls for access to transmission and distribution networks, will be you application fees associated with the system costs and charges for other services of the compliant system establishes the V. title

3. so you can feel is economic consideration for the discharge of energy into the grid, installation should be welcome to subsistence type 2 mode.

The producer played host to the mode of subsistence type 2 shall receive for poured hours defined in article 3 the corresponding economic compensations, according to laws in force. For installations with specific compensation arrangements, shall apply, where appropriate, on such hourly landfill. Power factor regulation will take place and will be obtained by making use of the production plant measuring equipment.

4. However, in the event that the owner of the point played host to a subsistence mode, temporarily not available a supply contract in force with a marketer in free market and non-consumer direct market, will happen to be provided by the trader's reference to the last resort tariff that corresponds by the time demand (, in accordance with article 15(1). b) the Royal Decree 216/2014, 28 March. In these cases, if there is poured hours of installation of associated generation this will happen to be assigned to the electrical system without any economic consideration linked to such transfers.

Article 15. Settlement and billing in the mode of subsistence.

1 consumers with any means of subsistence that acquire their energy directly in the production market cleared its power in accordance with the regulations of liquidation of the market.

2. consumer subjects who acquire their energy through a marketing company cleared its power in accordance with what has been agreed between the parties monthly based on actual readings of time resolution, without prejudice to the provisions of article 14.4.
3 shall the Distributor to check of the tolls for access to networks, the fees associated with costs electrical system that correspond to him, as well as charges by other system services, pursuant to article 9.3 of the law 24/2013, on December 26.

In the event that the consumer has contracted access to networks through a marketer, the marketer will be consumer billing toll access to networks and charges, as well as the charge by other system services, breakdown of these concepts in the Bill. The marketer will give the collected amounts the target laid down in the regulations.

In the case of direct consumer market, these consumers assume charges which, if any, apply them in accordance with the applicable regulations.

4 the liquidation of poured hours of farmers with subsistence mode type 2 applies for the general rules of the production activity.

Title V application of tolls of access to transmission and distribution networks and the modalities of consumption article 16 charges. Tolls for access to the networks of implementation modalities for self-consumption.

1. the conditions of access to networks and the conditions of application of tolls for access to transmission and distribution networks are which may apply in accordance with the Royal Decree 1164 / 2001 of 26 October, establishing rates for access to the networks of transport and distribution of electrical energy without prejudice to the characteristics laid down in this article.

2 to determine the components of the turnover of the tolls for access to transmission and distribution networks hosted mode of subsistence consumer type 1 shall apply the following criteria: a) for the determination of the term of turnover of power of the tolls for access to networks, control of the contracted power will take place at the border point with distribution networks.

(b) for the determination of the term of active billing power to consider will be the hourly demand for energy.

(c) to determine, where appropriate, term billing of reactive energy meter installed at the border point of installation is used.

3 to determine the components of the turnover of the tolls for access to consumer associated with patients with a form of subsistence type 2 that have the measuring equipment referred to in article 13.2. to) shall apply the following criteria: a) for the determination of the term of turnover of power from access tolls, control of the power demand will be considering the following : 1 when the auxiliary services timetable consumption is greater than zero: i. power demanded of the associated consumer control will depend on the power of the consumer associated with using for this purpose the team that recorded the hourly energy consumption.

II. control of demand generation ancillary services consumption power will be on the power of such auxiliary services of generation, using for this purpose, the team that recorded the net generated energy.

2nd when the net hourly energy generated is greater than zero power demanded of the associated consumer control will be: i. at the point border installation, if available at the point of measurement device that recorded power measures necessary for correct invoicing according to the applicable regulations, or ii. On the power of the consumer associated, using for this purpose the team that recorded the hourly energy consumption.

(b) for the determination of the term of active billing power to be considered will be: 1 for the invoicing of the associated consumer energy corresponding to the time associated with consumer demand.

2. for the turnover of the auxiliary consumptions of generation, the energy corresponding to the time consumption of auxiliary services.

(c) to determine, in their case, the billing term reactive power will be used: 1 for billing of consumers associated the team that recorded the hourly energy consumption.

2. for the billing of the auxiliary consumption of generation, the equipment that records the net generated energy.

4 to determine the components of the turnover of the tolls for access to the associated consumer and auxiliary services of generation of patients with a form of subsistence type 2 that have the measuring equipment referred to in article 13.2. b) shall apply the criteria laid down in paragraph 2.

5 to determine the components of the turnover of the tolls for access to the associated consumer and auxiliary services of generation of patients with a form of subsistence type 2 that have the measuring equipment referred to in article 13.2. c) apply the criteria laid down in paragraph 3, with the particularities that apply them in relation to the measuring equipment used.

Article 17. Charges associated with the cost of the electric system.

1 result to consumers from any of the forms of subsistence application associated charges to the cost of the system corresponding to the supply point and established by order of the Minister of industry, energy and tourism, consent of the delegate Commission of the Government for Economic Affairs, in accordance with article 16 of the law 24/2013 26 December, taking into account the particularities referred to in this article.

Such charges shall be regarded as income of the system in accordance with the provisions in article 13 of the law 24/2013, on December 26.

2 for the determination of constituents of billing of the charges associated with the costs of the electric system in the case of the mode of subsistence type 1, it applies in General as follows: to) the application of fixed charges will depend on power application of charges.

(b) the application of variable charges will be held on the energy corresponding to the sum of hourly demand and time consumption defined in article 3.

In the case of the energy corresponding to the time consumption shall be deducted from the variable charge the corresponding amount in each period to the losses of the voltage level of toll access application to supply networks.

3 for the determination of constituents of billing of the charges associated with the costs of power system subjects with a mode of subsistence type 2 that have the measuring equipment referred to in article 13.2. to), applies the following: to) the power that apply fixed charges will be: 1 for the associated consumer billing power charges application, using for this purpose equipment that records the hourly energy consumption.

2. for billing of ancillary services of generation, the power of the auxiliary services of generation, that of auxiliary services timetable consumption greater than zero, using for this purpose the team that recorded the net generated energy.

(a) the application of variable charges will be held on the following powers: 1 for billing of consumers associate, on the energy corresponding to time the associated consumer demand and time consumption defined in article 3.

In the case of the energy corresponding to the time consumption shall be deducted from the variable charge the corresponding amount in each period to the losses of the voltage level of toll access application to supply networks.

2. for the turnover of the auxiliary services of generation, the energy corresponding to the time consumption of auxiliary services.

4 for the determination of constituents of billing of the charges associated with the costs of power system subjects with a mode of subsistence type 2 that have the measuring equipment referred to in article 13.2. b), shall apply the criteria set out in paragraph 2 above.

5 for the determination of constituents of billing of the charges associated with the costs of power system subjects with a mode of subsistence type 2 that have the measuring equipment referred to in article 13.2. c), shall apply the criteria laid down in paragraph 3, with the particularities that apply them in relation to the measuring equipment used.

6. subject to the provisions of article 9.3 of the law 24/2013, on December 26, reductions may establish by regulation by the Government in certain terms of the fees associated with the cost of the system in systems not Peninsular and for certain categories of consumers in low-voltage supply with consumption mode.

Article 18. Charge by other system services.

1. by order of the Minister of industry, energy and tourism, prior agreement of the delegate Commission of the Government for Economic Affairs, the corresponding charge amount will be determined by other services of the system, which is defined as payment to be made by the backup feature the whole electrical system carried out to enable the application of consumption, as established in article 9.3 of the law 24/2013 , on December 26.
This charge will be calculated considering the estimated price, in each period, other mainland demand for electrical services.

2. revenues obtained in application of the charge by other system services will go to cover the costs of the services of system setting under the terms established.

3. amendments and updates to the other system services charge will apply to all consumers with the various forms of consumption, regardless of the date in which the access and supply contracts have subscribed.

4 cargo will be the customer received any form of consumption applicable for other services of the system envisaged in this article that applies to the time consumption for energy.

5. subject to the provisions of article 9.3 of the law 24/2013, on December 26, reductions may be regulations by the Government on charges for other services of the system in not peninsular systems and for certain categories of consumers in low-voltage supply with consumption mode.

Title VI registration, inspection and regime sanctioning article 19. Administrative register of electrical energy consumption.

1. the administrative registry of consumption of electric power provided in article 9.4 of the law 24/2013, of 26 December, the Electricity Sector, shall be governed in terms of its organisation and functioning as provided in this title.

2. the management of the register referred to in the preceding paragraph shall be the Directorate-General of energy policy and mining of the Ministry of industry, energy and tourism.

3. the administrative register of electrical energy consumption purpose shall be control and appropriate follow-up of consumers with any of the forms of consumption of electric energy.

4 the registry will contain two sections: to) consumers with the mode of subsistence of type 1 whose contracted power is less than or equal to 10 kW shall be entered in the first section.

(b) in the second section shall be consumers with the mode of subsistence of type 1 whose contracted power exceeds 10 kW and consumers with the mode of subsistence of type 2.

Article 20. Administrative registration of consumption of electric energy.

All consumers with any of the forms of consumption of electricity must request the administrative registration of consumption of electric energy. This obligation shall not apply to the isolated facilities.

However the foregoing, distributors must be reported annually to the General Directorate for energy and mines and the National Commission of markets and competition any change in status of a consumer that were connected to the electrical system and modify the connection to enable their isolation.

Article 21. Procedure of the administrative register of electrical energy consumption.

1. subject to the provisions of law 11/2007, of 22 June, electronic access of citizens to public services, the registration procedure can be made by electronic means.

2. the registration will be done by the owner of the point, which is the obligated subject, within a maximum period of one month from the conclusion or modification of the access contract in accordance with the provisions of article 8, and must be accompanied by the responsible declaration under article 71.bis of the law 30/1992, of 26 November Legal regime of public administrations and common administrative procedure and the form of annex II.

In the case of consumers with the mode of subsistence type 1, the contractor may make the application for registration on registration, on behalf of the owner of the point, on whom will fall, in any case, the obligation to be registered in the register.

3 received the above documentation shall be auto-enrollment in the administrative register of consumption of electric power, registry Manager will take reason for registration, without prejudice to the functions of supervision and control that apply to you.

In any case, registration Manager may ask the person concerned anytime the necessary documentation to evidence compliance with the requirements established in the regulations and verification of the data provided.

Article 22. Modification and cancellation of the registration.

1. any act involving the modification of any of the data contained in the communication of registration or in the original responsible Declaration, shall be communicated by the interested party within a maximum period of one month from the date thereof, enclosing the corresponding responsible Declaration.

2. the cancellation of entries in the register will occur at the request of the interested party or ex officio in cases of cessation of activity and lack of referral of the documents and data required in this title.

Instruction of the corresponding procedure that will be after hearing the person concerned will be required to proceed with the cancellation of the registration office.

Cancellation of registration shall be notified to the company and, where appropriate, to the carrier. The company distributor shall notify the marketing company with which, in his case, has hired the supply.

Article 23. Advertising and data processing.

1. the register shall be public, free and your access will be governed by the provisions of article 37 of the law 30/1992, of 26 November, legal regime of public administrations and common administrative procedure. Stakeholders have access to the data contained in the register.

The National Commission of markets and competition, the system attendant, the market operator, autonomous communities and the cities of Ceuta and Melilla to the facilities located on their territory and distributors and carriers to facilities connected to their networks will have access to the information contained in the register referred to in this title.

2. the treatment of the personal data entered in the register of regulated under this title shall be submitted to the provisions of the organic law 15/1999, of 13 December, of protection of personal data.

Subjects bound to communicate information to this registry will be responsible for its accuracy and topicality, without prejudice to the responsibilities that may arise from your breach.

3. persons having access to data that held this record in the performance of their duties shall be obliged to keep secret for them, will be fully responsible for ensuring the confidentiality of the information in accordance with the organic law 15/1999, of 13 December, of protection of data of a Personal nature, and may not use it for purposes other than to his activity as a market operator , operator of the system, supplier or carrier, as appropriate, without prejudice to information obligations imposed by law at all times.

Article 24. Inspection of the implementation of the modalities of consumption.

1. the General Administration of the State, where appropriate in collaboration with the competent bodies of the autonomous communities, may carry out plans of inspection of the application of the economic conditions of the supplies subject to the modalities of consumption, including, where appropriate, the electricity sold to the system. Also, monitoring programmes may be carried out.

2. with respect to the possible cases of fraud and other anomalous situations shall apply as provided in the law 24/2013, on December 26, and its implementing regulations.

Article 25. Sanctioning regime.

1 failure to comply with the provisions of this Royal Decree shall be punished pursuant to Title X of the law 24/2013, of 26 December, the Electricity Sector.

2 a limitation, constitute very serious offence typified in article 64.43 referred law, the following conduct: a) the breach of the obligation to register.

(b) when a facility connected to the network perform a consumption of energy that does not meet the requirements of the rules laid down in this Decree.

(c) the application of a procedure with economic impact other than referred to in the present Royal Decree for the modalities of types 1 and 2.

(d) failure to comply with the technical requirements referred to in article 5 by a facility connected to the network when this causes incidents in transportation or distribution network.

3 a limitation, constitute serious infringement typified in article 65.35 Law 24/2013, on December 26, the following conduct: to) failure to comply with the technical requirements referred to in article 5 by a facility connected to the mains even if this does not cause issues in the transport and distribution network.

(b) incorrect application of modalities and their associated economic regimes foreseen in this Royal Decree.

First additional provision. Cogeneration facilities associated with a consumer.
1 holders of cogeneration production and its associated consumer of heat and electricity facilities exclusively share facilities for connection to the network of transportation or distribution, which will involve the following: a) the producer and the associated consumer that share the border point accept consequences than the disconnection of the cited point, in application of the legislation It could lead to any of the parties, including the impossibility of producer selling power to the system and the perception of the remuneration which would have corresponded to him or the impossibility of the consumer's purchasing power.

(b) the company distributor or carrier will not have any legal obligation on the installation. In addition, the company distributor or carrier will not have nor any legal obligations concerning the quality of service by incidents arising from faults in the above-mentioned installation of connection.

2. holders of cogeneration of electricity production facilities may choose to sell all its net energy generated, or qualify for subsistence patterns type 2 in the conditions laid down in this Decree. The permanence in a mode of sale of energy must be at least one year.

To these effects holders of production facilities of cogeneration with right to the perception of the specific compensation arrangements shall inform the body responsible for the settlements at the beginning of the activity, in the case of new installations, or within a month since there is any change in the mode of sale of the collected in the previous paragraph.

3. holders of production facilities for cogeneration of electricity and its associated consumer who choose to sell all its net energy generated, must have independent access contracts for the consumption of auxiliary of the cogeneration facilities and associated consumer.

Holders of the installations of cogeneration of electricity and its associated consumer who choose to benefit from a mode of consumption must comply with the provisions of this Royal Decree.

4 holders of production facilities of cogeneration of electricity who choose to sell all its net energy generated must have: to) a team of bi-directional measurement that measure the net energy generated.

(b) a measurement device that recorded the hourly energy consumed by the associated consumer.

The net energy generated shall be defined in the rules unified points of measurement approved by Royal Decree 1110 / 2007 of August 24.

Measures of the teams will be elevated to the voltage level of the point border affecting them, if necessary, by the relevant losses. You may apply different loss coefficients in measures affected for the same losses.

5. holders of production facilities of cogeneration of electricity who choose to benefit from subsistence type 2 mode, shall comply with the requirements and configuration of measurement set out in articles 11 and 13.

The owners of installations of cogeneration of electricity who choose to benefit from subsistence type 1 mode, shall comply with the requirements and configuration of measurement set out in articles 11 and 12.

6. exceptionally, the holders of the production facilities of cogeneration with administrative authorization of construction to the entry into force of this Royal Decree proving technical or physical inability to adapt its configuration of measurement to the provisions in paragraph 4 or 5, may apply to the Directorate-General of energy policy and mines the authorization to use a singular configuration of measurement within a maximum period of four months from the entry into force of the present Royal Decree.

For this purpose, the owners of the facilities must provide together with the application: to) the documentation that accredits the technical or physical inability to adapt its configuration of measurement to the General conditions.

(b) a certificate signed by the Manager of the reading of consumption in which revealed that the proposal of measurement configuration is suitable for the obtaining of the necessary measures for the correct billing.

(c) a certificate signed by the head of the border point reading from generation to which revealed that the proposal of measurement configuration is suitable for the obtaining of the necessary measures for the settlement.

(d) proposal for term to adapt installation to the proposal of singular configuration of measure that in no case may exceed nine months.

To that end, reading makers should submit the certificates referred to in paragraphs b) and c) previous until 40 days have elapsed since they requested them by the owners of the facilities.

By a decision of the Secretary of State for energy was may be approved schemes type to authorize, as well as additional documentation to contribute together with the request for authorization to use a singular configuration of measurement.

The Directorate-General for energy and mines shall authorize the use of a measurement configuration when certifying the technical or physical inability to adapt the measurement configuration to the General conditions and certificates of border points reading of consumer and production managers to declare that the proposal of measurement configuration is suitable for the obtaining of the necessary measures.

The resolution of the Directorate-General for energy and mines which, where appropriate, authorize the use of a measurement configuration will determine the maximum period for the adaptation of the installation to the same.

The period to resolve and to notify the authorization to use a singular configuration of measurement shall be six months.

Responsible for reading must be reported to the Directorate-General for energy and mines, with a monthly basis, the list of installations that do not have suitable your configuration of measurement in the period laid down in the resolution of authorization.

7. those responsible for the reading of the facilities has been granted that permission for the use of a unique configuration of measurement may obtain data for invoicing and settlement of energy from mathematical operations of the installed measuring equipment records but in no case may charged energy or power values other than those defined in the present Royal Decree.

In no event will be authorized to perform power control on the point border if there is a team of border measure at this point.

(a) for the sale of all generated net energy option, the measures necessary for the correct billing and settlement will be: 1 the producer will sell the net hourly energy generated.

2nd production plant holder to buy, for its generation services, auxiliary services timetable consumption.

3rd the associated consumer will acquire the hourly energy consumption.

The application of tolls for access to networks and, where applicable, charges consumer associate and ancillary services of generation will be all that apply, in accordance with the applicable regulations, the producer and consumer subjects that do not carry out subsistence: 1 associated consumer access tolls apply as established below : i. the power of the associated consumer control will depend on the power of the consumer associated, using for this purpose the equipment that records the hourly energy consumption.

II. the variable term of tolls shall apply on the hourly energy consumed by the associated consumer.

III. for billing, in his case, the term of reactive power will be used counter which records the hourly energy consumption.

2nd generation ancillary services access tolls shall apply in accordance with the provisions below: i. power control will depend on the power of such auxiliary services of generation, using for this purpose, the team that recorded the net energy generated.

II. the variable term of access tolls will apply on time consumption of auxiliary services.

III. for billing, in his case, the term of reactive power will be used counter which records the net energy generated.

(b) subjects covered by a form of subsistence type 2 applies to the following: 1 the measures necessary for the correct billing and settlement of energy are as follows: the time associated with consumer demand, time dumping and auxiliary services timetable consumption.

2nd billing for tolls for access to transmission and distribution networks and the necessary measures shall be those laid down in paragraph 3 or 4 of article 16, as appropriate.

In no event will be authorized to perform power control on the point border if there is a team of border measure at this point.

3rd application of charges will be in accordance with title V.

4th Additionally, for facilities to regime specific remuneration should be measured the net hourly energy generated.
8. for the purposes of the very serious offence criminalized in article 64.18 of law 24/2013, on December 26, the breach of the obligations laid down in paragraphs 4 or 5 the breach of obligations of request of authorization to use a singular configuration of measurement within the time limits provided for in paragraph 6, as well as its adaptation in the deadline established in resolution of authorization in the quoted paragraph 6 It will be considered a breach by the makers of the point of measurement of the obligation to dispose of equipment for measurement and control and other devices which have been established by law, so that to prevent or alter the correct measurement and billing.

In addition, failure to comply with the obligations laid down in paragraphs 3, 4 and 5 will be cause for suspension of the subject of market condition and, where appropriate, the cancellation of the registration in the register of specific remuneration arrangements in a State of exploitation, remains of application provided for in article 49 of the Royal Decree 413/2014 , 6 June, which regulates the activity of production of electrical energy from renewable energy sources, cogeneration and waste.

Second additional provision. Discharges to the network of electric power to consumers who implement systems of savings and efficiency.

1 connected high voltage electricity consumers carrying out an activity whose by-product is the generation of electricity and that, due to the implementation of a system of energy saving and efficiency, that is any means of generating electricity no battery or energy storage system, have in certain moments of electricity that it can not be consumed at your own facility (they may exceptionally be authorized by the Directorate General of energy policy and mining of the Ministry of industry, energy and tourism, to pour that energy to the grid always that fulfil the following conditions: to) who present a certificate of the administrator of the network to which they are accredited of having obtained the permissions of access and connection to pour power in accordance with the provisions of the applicable regulations in the field of access to transport networks connected and distribution.

(b) they presented a draft of the measures of saving and efficiency to take indicating the incidence in their consumption of electrical energy. You will not be considered systems of energy saving and efficiency, for the purposes of this provision, those that include the installation of a generator or a battery or electrical energy storage system.

2 supply and network access toll will be invoiced on the hourly demand and the power demanded, pursuant to article 9 of the Royal Decree 1164 / 2001 of 26 October and these effects using the counter at the border point of the installation. The hourly demand may not be in any case negative.

Other prices that may apply in accordance with the regulations in force, or the charges are invoiced on energy demand and on all the demanded power registered on the counter located at the border point of the installation.

The consumer must pay for surplus electric power charge by other system services in accordance with article 18 of the present Royal Decree.

Third additional provision. Mandates to the system operator and the market operator.

1. in the period of three months from the entry into force of this Royal Decree, the system operator shall send to the Secretary of State for energy a proposal for modification of the procedures and operation of the electricity system in its case, of the complementary technical instructions to the unified rules of measurement points of the electrical system, approved by Royal Decree 1110 / 2007 , 24 August, whose content is necessary to adapt to the changes introduced by the present Royal Decree.

2. in the period of two months from the entry into force of this Royal Decree, the market operator shall submit to the Ministry of industry, energy and tourism for approval a proposal for rules on the market daily and Intraday of production, to adapt to the amendments to Royal Decree 2019 / 1997, of 26th December, which organizes and regulates the electricity production market laid down in the first final provision of this Royal Decree.

Fourth additional provision. Poured from self-consumption facilities schedule.

1. by order of the Minister of industry, energy and tourism the mechanism allowing for integration of dumping any schedules from establishments of consumers subject to the mode of subsistence type 1, so as to ensure the minimum cost for the whole of the electrical system will be established.

For these purposes, the hourly discharges from facilities of consumers with the mode of subsistence type 1 will be measured by those in charge of reading and made available to the system operator on the terms to be determined in the rules of development of the present Royal Decree.

2. with the aim of encouraging the proper sizing of facilities from generation to consumption associated facilities of consumers with the mode of subsistence type 1, by order of the Minister of industry, energy and tourism may define mechanisms or the requirement of devices that limit the discharges from these facilities.

Fifth additional provision. Production facilities of electric power with power rating not exceeding 100 kW, connected to voltage not higher than 1 kV, either to the distribution network or to the inside of a consumer network.

Under cover of the provisions of paragraph 3 of article 53 of the law 24/2013, on December 26, production plants of electricity with power rating not exceeding 100 kW, connected directly to a voltage not exceeding 1 kV network, either distribution or to the inside of a consumer network, are excluded from the prior administrative authorisation and construction administrative authorisation regime laid down in paragraphs 1.a) and 1.b) of the mentioned article 53.

Sixth additional provision. Observance of rights of extension of generation.

In case of termination of the contract of a generation or the closure of the installation, extension of generation rights will remain in force for the installation for which were paid during a period of three years for low-voltage and five years for high-voltage.

Seventh additional provision. Reduction of the variable charge for energy autoconsumida for consumers subject to a form of subsistence in the electrical systems of the non-peninsular territories.

1. to consumers located in the electrical systems of the non-peninsular territories with all the forms of subsistence, shall apply the fees associated with the cost of the system matching and charges for other services of the system in accordance with provisions of this additional provision.

2 the fixed charges in accordance with shall apply to these consumers in the first transitional provision of this Royal Decree.

The transient application self-consumed power variable charge should be calculated with a reduction from the estimate in the Mainland system, in accordance with the following formulation: 2.1 if PEi:-PEp ≤ 0, apply charges prices by category of access tolls referred to in paragraph 3(b) of the first transitional provision of this Royal Decree.

(2.2 If PEi:-PEp > 0, shall apply to the following: to) if (CTA toll, period + Tv toll, period) ≤ (PEi:-PEp), the price of cargo to supply the isolated CTATNP-i system, toll, period will take a zero value.

(b) if (CTA toll, period + Tv toll, period) > (PEi:-PEp), the price of the fee to apply to the supply in the isolated CTATNP-i system, toll, period is obtained by discounting the prices of the charges referred to in paragraph 3b of the first transitional provision of this Royal Decree or, where appropriate, regulations that replace it according to the following: CTATNP-i, toll , period = CTA toll, period + Tv toll, period - (PEi:-PEp) being: PEi: ratio between the estimate of retribution by variable costs of annual generation and estimation of demand in central electrical insulated bar i, expressed in €/ MWh.

PEp: Annual estimation of the price of mainland daily market, expressed in €/ MWh.

CTATNP-i, toll, periodoi: transient variable charge for energy autoconsumida in isolated power system i according to the toll of access of supply in each tariff period, expressed in €/ MWh.

CTA toll, period: transient variable self-consumed power fee referred to in paragraph 3.b) of the transitional provision of this Royal Decree or, where appropriate, regulatory serving, expressed in €/ MWh.
TV toll, period: variable term of each toll access and tariff period, expressed in €/ MWh. Until the approval of the methodology of fees associated with the cost of the planned system in article 16 of the law 24/2013, shall be calculated as the difference between the variable term of access tolls set out in the order EIT/2444/2014 and the term of variable fees associated to the cost of the system referred to in paragraph 3.b).1 ° of the first transitional provision of this Royal Decree.

3. the charges for application in every electrical system isolated the entry into force of this Royal Decree shall be those included in annex III.

These prices may be reviewed by order of the Minister of industry, energy and tourism, prior agreement of the delegate Commission of the Government for Economic Affairs.

The eighth additional provision. Technical and economic conditions of certain generation facilities connected within the network of a consumer or to share connection to the network infrastructure with an associated consumer.

1. without prejudice to provisions in the third transitional provision and the additional first additional provision, those holders subjects of generation facilities connected within the network of a consumer or to share connection to the network infrastructure with an associated consumer which do not comply with the requirements and conditions provided for type 1 and 2 in this Royal Decree for modalities must adapt their facilities to pour all the net energy generated to the network and acquire all the energy consumption, without sharing power infrastructure according to the sectoral rules.

2 while in develop, holders and facilities that carry out a form of consumption of electricity referred to in subparagraph (d)) of article 9(1) of the law 24/2013, of 26 December, the Electricity Sector, must comply with the requirements and administrative, technical and economic conditions regulated in this Royal Decree for the mode of subsistence type 2.

Ninth additional provision. Monitoring and evaluation of the development of modalities for self-consumption.

1. the distribution companies must send to the National Commission of markets and competition, in the first quarter of each year, information concerning the number of access contracts in each mode of consumption during the previous year, including information on the contracted power associated with them, as well as power generation installed in the internal network , annual hourly demand, annual and, where appropriate, the annual schedule discharge time consumption. The Directorate-General for energy and mines may access such information for what this Committee will provide you electronic access that allows querying the information under conditions that maintain the security, confidentiality and integrity of the information.

The National Commission of markets and competition will be public on its website the information relating to the number of contracts in each of the modes of subsistence subscribed to date, added by company Distributor, community or city autonomous and, where appropriate, technology.

2. the Ministry of industry, energy and Tourism shall inform the delegate Commission of the Government for Economic Affairs with a periodicity, at least triennial on the evolution of consumption in Spain. This report, which will be published on the website of the Ministry of industry, energy and tourism, will include information relating to the implementation of subsistence, their modalities and evolution of technology, ways to promote distributed generation and the economic impact of any reduction of tolls, charges and costs be recognized or could be established.

For this purpose, the National Commission of markets and competition shall forward a report which will be drawn up in collaboration with all the sectors concerned, which will include information relating to the implementation of self-consumption, its modalities as well as the ways to promote distributed generation, always guaranteeing the sustainability of the electrical system, which will form part of its content data about the economic impact of any reduction in tolls charges and costs be recognized or could be established.

Tenth additional provision. No increase in spending.

The measures included in this standard will be served with ordinary budgetary allocations and may not expect endowments or remuneration of other staff costs increase.

First transitional provision. Transitional economic system of application for self-consumption.

1 until you are approved the fees associated with the cost of the system, as provided for in article 16 of the law 24/2013, of 26 December, the Electricity Sector, developing of tolls for access to the transport and distribution networks and charges associated with the cost of the system of subjects from any of the forms with personal consumption will be invoiced in accordance with this transitional provision.

2. prices of tolls for access to the networks of transport and distribution, and fees associated with the cost of the system of consumers referred to in the aforementioned article 16 and the fourteenth transitory provision of the law 24/2013, on December 26, will be the prices of access tolls set out in article 9 of the EIT/2444 order/2014 from December 19, which determine tolls of access to electric power by 2015 or standard that replaces it.

A_efectos_de determination of components of turnover of these access tolls shall apply the following rules: a) to determine the components of the turnover of the tolls for access to the consumer received subsistence type 1 mode, the billing will be calculated considering control of power, the demand time and, where applicable, the term of reactive power , at the border point of the installation.

((b) to determine the components of the turnover of the tolls for access to the associated consumer and auxiliary services of generation of patients with a form of subsistence type 2 that have the measuring equipment referred to in article 13.2. to), access tolls be invoiced considering the following: 1 for the determination of the term of access tolls power billing , the defendant power control will be: i. when auxiliary services timetable consumption is greater that zero power demanded of the associated consumer control will be using for this purpose the team that recorded the hourly energy consumption and control of demand generation ancillary services consumption power will take place about the power of these ancillary generation services using for this purpose, the team that recorded the net generated energy.

II. when the hourly net energy generated is greater than zero, the power demanded of the associated consumer control will take place at the point border installation, if there is, at this point, measuring equipment that recorded power measures needed for correct invoicing according to the applicable regulations, or on all the power of the associated consumer using for this purpose the team that recorded the hourly energy consumption.

2nd for the determination of the term of active power, the power to invoice billing shall be: i. for the associated consumer billing, energy corresponding to the time associated with consumer demand.

II. for the turnover of the auxiliary consumptions of generation, the energy corresponding to the time consumption of auxiliary services.

3rd for the determination of turnover, in your case, the term of reactive power will be used: iii. Billing associated with consumer equipment that records the hourly energy consumption.

IV. for the billing of the auxiliary consumption of generation, the equipment that records the net generated energy.

((a) to determine the components of the turnover of the tolls for access to the associated consumer and auxiliary services of generation of subjects with the mode of subsistence type 2 that have the measuring equipment referred to in article 13.2. b), turnover of associated consumer access tolls and services auxiliary generation is calculated considering the demand power control , the demand time and, where appropriate, the term border reactive power at the point of installation.

(((b) to determine the components of the turnover of the tolls for access to the associated consumer and auxiliary services of generation of patients with a form of subsistence type 2 that have the measuring equipment referred to in article 13.2. c) apply the criteria laid down in paragraph (b)), with the particularities that apply them in relation to the measuring equipment used.

3 in addition to the previous access tolls, shall apply temporarily charges associated to the costs of the system and the charge by other services of the system in accordance with the provisions below: to) apply fixed depending on power charges, in €/ kW, which price shall be as follows for each category of access tolls : NT access fixed charge (€/kW) toll period 1 period 2 period 3
Periodo 4





Periodo 5





Periodo 6






BT





2.0 A (Pc ≤ 10 kW)





8,989169





 





 





 





 





 






2.0 DHA (Pc ≤ 10 kW)





8,989169





 





 





 





 





 






2.0 DHS (Pc ≤ 10 kW)





8,989169





 





 





 





 





 






2.1 A (10 < Pc ≤ 15 kW)





15,390453





 





 





 





 





 






2.1 DHA (10 < Pc ≤ 15 kW)





15,390453





 





 





 





 





 






2.1 DHS (10 < Pc ≤ 15 kW) 15,390453 3.0 to (Pc > 15 kW) 32,174358 6,403250 14,266872 AT 3.1 (1 kV to 36 kV) 36,608828 7,559262 5,081433 0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 6.1A (1 kV to 30 kV) 22,648982 8,176720 9,919358 11,994595 14,279706 4,929022 6.1B (30 kV to 36 kV) 16,747077 5,223211 7,757881 9,833118 1 2,118229 3,942819 6.2 (72,5 kV 36 kV) 9,451587 1,683097 4,477931 6,402663 8,074908 2,477812 6.3 (72,5 kV to 145 kV) 9,551883 2,731715 3,994851 5,520499 6,894902 1,946805 6.4 (greater than or equal to 145 kV) 3,123313 0,000000 1,811664 3,511473 4,991205 1,007911 mode for both the mode of subsistence type 1 type 2 application of such fixed charges will be held on the difference between power charges application defined in article 3 and the power to billing purposes of access tolls. In all cases this null difference shall be considered when the value is negative.

(a) a term of variable charge, in €/ kWh, which will apply on time consumption during the transitional period referred to in paragraph 1 of this provision and is referred to as transient self-consumed power fee. Self-consumed power transient charge price shall be as follows for each category of access tolls: i) until 31 December 2015: toll of transient energy self-consumed (€ / kWh) fee access period 1 period 2 period 3 period 4 period 5 period 6 2.0 (PC ≤ 10 kW) 0,046750 2.0 DHA (Pc ≤ 10 kW) 0,060789 0,008510 2.0 DHS (Pc ≤ 10 kW) 0,061561 0,008869 0,008449





 





 





 






2.1 A (10 < Pc ≤ 15 kW)





0,058445





 





 





 





 





 






2.1 DHA (10 < Pc ≤15 kW)





0,071727





0,017885





 





 





 





 






2.1 DHS (10 < Pc ≤ 15 kW)





0,072498





0,020765





0,013707





 





 





 






3.0 A ( Pc > 15 kW)





0,025270





0,017212





0,011127





 





 





 






3.1A(1 kV a 36 kV)





0,019485





0,013393





0,014197





 





 





 






6.1A (1 kV a 30 kV)





0,015 678 0,014733 0,010559 0,011786 0,012535 0,008879 6.1B (30 kV to 36 kV) 0,015678 0,012426 0,010005 0,011173 0,012139 0,008627 6.2 (72,5 kV 36 kV) 0,016967 0,014731 0,010716 0,010965 0,011264 0,008395 6.3 (72,5 kV to 145 kV) 0,019326 0,015950 0,011343 0,011092 0,011221 0,008426 6.4 (greater than or equal to 145 kV) 0,015678 0,011674 0,010005 0,010372 0,010805 0,008252 ii) From 1 January 2016: toll access transient self-consumed power (€ / kWh) fee period 1 period 2 period 3 period 4 period 5 period 6 (Pc ≤ 10 kW) 2.0 0,049033 2.0 DHA (Pc ≤ 10 kW) 0,063141 0,008907 2.0 DHS (Pc ≤ 10 kW) 0,063913 0,009405 0,008767 2.1 to (10 < Pc ≤ 15 kW) 0,060728





 





 





 





 





 






2.1 DHA (10 < Pc ≤ 15 kW)





0,074079





0,018282





 





 





 





 






2.1 DHS (10 < Pc ≤ 15 kW)





0,074851





0,021301





0,014025





 





 





 






3.0 A ( Pc > 15 kW)





0,029399





0,019334





0,011155





 





 





 






3.1A(1 kV a 36 kV)





0,022656





0,015100





0,014197





 





 





 






6.1A (1 kV a 30 kV)





0,018849





0,016196





0,011534





0,012518





0,013267





0,008879 6.1B (30 kV to 36 kV) 0,018849 0,013890 0,010981 0,011905 0,012871 0,008627 6.2 (72,5 kV 36 kV) 0,020138 0,016194 0,011691 0,011696 0,011996 0,008395 6.3 (72,5 kV to 145 kV) 0,022498 0,017414 0,012319 0,011824 0,011953 0,008426 6.4 (greater than or equal to 145 kV) 0,018849 0,013138 0,010981 0,011104 0,011537 0,008252 this term of variable charge consists of the corresponding components to : 1 the variable fees associated with the cost of the system minus the corresponding losses, payments by capability, and 3rd 2nd other system services, distinguishing between: those associated with the services of adjustment of the electricity system, with the exception of the cost of detours, management of the demand of interruptibility service partners and associates to the remuneration of the system operator and market operator.
The values of each of these components for the purpose of billing and settlement are those listed in annex IV of this Royal Decree, without prejudice to the review of each of them in accordance with the provisions in the law 24/2013, of 26 December, the Electricity Sector and its implementing regulations.

The application of these charges will be handled for the form type1 as type 2, on the energy corresponding to the time consumption defined in article 3.

However the above, consumers with the mode of subsistence type 1 connected at low voltage whose contracted power is less than or equal to 10 kW will be exempt from the payment of the transitional fee self-consumed power provided in this section.

4 the company shall check of access tolls and transient fixed and variable charges defined in paragraphs 2 and 3 of this provision, differentiating each of the terms.

Revenues obtained in implementation of these charges shall be regarded as taxable income of the system for the purposes of the provisions of the Royal Decree 2017 / 1997 of 26 December.

The body responsible for the liquidations will differentiate these income the amounts corresponding to the remuneration of the operator and market operator system, capacity payments, those associated to the management of the demand of interruptibility service and services of adjusting the system, aiming to the market operator heading corresponding to remuneration and to the system operator the remaining items.

The above operators shall take into account the amounts transferred by the body in charge of settlements at the time of the corresponding liquidation in accordance with the following: to) system operator: i. relating to the capacity payments, given the treatment provided for in the applicable regulations.

II. the amounts associated with the management of the demand of interruptibility service will be used to cover this cost.

III. the amounts associated with setting services will be assigned to demand in proportion to their consumption in central bars.

IV. will be the amounts destined to cover the remuneration of the system operator the treatment provided for in the applicable regulations.

(b) the market operator: will give the amounts destined to cover the remuneration of the market operator the treatment provided for in the applicable regulations.

5. the turnover of tolls for access to transmission and distribution networks and charges of the consumers that, both under additional provision second are authorized to make discharges to the network of electric energy as those who had obtained such authorization under the twelfth additional provision of the Royal Decree 1955 / 2000 of December 1 (, it will be the following: to) network access tolls be invoiced by applying prices of tolls for access to transmission and distribution networks and charges consumers laid down in article 9 of the EIT/2444 order/2014, of 19 December, establishing tolls of access to electric power by 2015 or standard that replaces it.

These prices will be applied on all the demanded power defined in the Royal Decree 1164 / 2001 of 26 October registered on the counter located at the border point of installation and on the hourly demand. The hourly demand may not be in any case negative.

b) variable charge referred to in 3.b) will apply on the surplus electric power.

6. the prices established in this provision may be reviewed by order of the Minister of industry, energy and tourism.

Second transitional provision. Cogeneration plants with authorization of exploitation.

Categories cogeneration facilities to) and c), and groups b.6), b.7) and b.8) provided for in article 2 of Royal Decree 413/2014, 6 June, that the entry into force of this Royal Decree have authorization of exploitation or equivalent document, are exempted from the requirement referred to in to) of article 5(2).

Third transitional provision. Adequacy of facilities that make consumption of electrical energy to the entry into force of the Royal Decree.

1. without prejudice to paragraph 4, electricity consumers that the entry into force of this Royal Decree were consuming electricity in any of forms including in the type 1 and 2 for self-consumption, will benefit from within six months to adapt to the present Royal Decree and communicate your administrative registration of consumption of electrical energy in the mode that corresponds.

2. without prejudice to paragraph 4, those producers that the entry into force of this Royal Decree are generating energy in the form of subsistence type 2, will have six months to adapt to the provisions of this Royal Decree.

3. facilities that the entry into force of this Royal Decree have access into force contract, must adapt their contracts of access as provided for in articles 8 and 9 and shall be exempt from making a new request for access to the network pursuant to article 7.

4. holders of the installations of cogeneration of electricity and its associated consumer having the entry into force of this Royal Decree administrative authorisation for construction will benefit from within nine months from the entry into force of this Royal Decree to adapt its configuration of measurement as provided in paragraph 4 or 5 of the first additional provision or four months to request , where appropriate, the authorization for the application of singular configuration of length indicated in paragraph 6 of that provision.

In addition, those facilities which had obtained a permission of singular configuration of the extent of the first additional provision of the Royal Decree 1565 / 2010, Nov. 19, or the first additional provision of the unified rules of measurement points of the electrical system approved by the Royal Decree 1110 / 2007 24 August, means that such a configuration has the authorization referred to in paragraph 6 referred in the first additional provision.

Fourth transitional provision. Temporary exemptions from the fees associated with the costs of the system and the charge by other system services.

Pursuant to the ninth transitional provision of the law 24/2013, December 26: 1. production plants of electricity with cogeneration that the entry into force of this law were registered with finality in the administrative register of facilities under the Ministry of industry electric power production , Energy and tourism meeting performance requirements collected in the Royal Decree 661/2007, of May 25, which regulates the activity of production of electrical energy and remain in compliance with the same, will exempt for the self-consumed power of payment of the fees associated with the costs of the electrical system and cargo by other system services until December 31, 2019 , and in particular the payment of the fees associated with the costs of the system and the charge by other system services provided for in the transitional provision of this Royal Decree primera.3.

(2 consumers of electricity, which had been the subject of authorization to the twelfth additional provision of the Royal Decree 1955 referred to the entry into force of the Act / 2000, dated 1 December, prior to June 1, 2013, will be exempt from the obligation to pay for the surplus electric power variable fee established in section 5.b) of the first transitional provision in accordance with provisions in the second additional provision of this Royal Decree, until 31 December 2019.

Fifth transitional provision. Billing of consumers with a mode of consumption that do not have effectively integrated remote management accountants.

Supplies consumers with a mode of consumption, whose border points are classified as type 4 or 5 and their measuring equipment are not effectively integrated in the system of remote management of its manager of reading, will be read and billed at two-monthly intervals and will not to apply existing profiles for the rest of consumers. Time measurements of these consumers will be obtained through reading by means of portable terminal reading (TPL).

Sixth transitional provision. Adaptation of systems and processes for billing of the new economic regime of application for self-consumption.

Agents participating in the billing and payment of charges set out in the new economic system for self-consumption, will benefit from within six months from the entry into force of this Royal Decree for the adaptation of the systems and processes associated with those functions.

Seventh transitional provision. Calculation of the number of equivalent hours of operation of the cogeneration facilities until the adequacy of your custom settings.
1. temporarily, and for the purposes of the calculation of the number of equivalent operating hours regulated in article 21 of Royal Decree 413/2014, on 6 June, which regulates is the activity of production of electrical energy from renewable energy sources, cogeneration and waste, holders of the cogeneration facilities may be given on to the authority responsible for the liquidation According to the procedure and model this set, a responsible statement that communicates the energy generated in bars of central in the annual periods in which it has earned specific remuneration arrangements.

The body responsible for the liquidation shall publish on its website model responsible statement and the above mentioned procedure, within a maximum period of one month from the entry into force of this Royal Decree.

The responsible declaration shall be subject to provisions of article 49 of Royal Decree 413/2014, 6 June.

2. the provisions of the preceding paragraph shall apply only until the facilities meet the requirements relating to the measuring equipment set out in paragraphs 4 and 5 of the first additional provision of this Royal Decree and, in any case, after the end of the period to adapt their configurations of measure in the transitional provision of Royal Decree tercera.4.

3. for those facilities that accept the provisions of section 6 of the first additional provision, set out in paragraph 1 shall apply only until the end of the period of adaptation of the installation to the proposal of measurement configuration provided in the resolution of the Directorate-General of energy and mines of authorization to use a singular configuration of measurement provided that such a request has been filed within the period laid down in the transitional provision tercera.4.

4. in those cases in which have not fulfilled the above requirements to the completion of periods of adjustment in the terms provided in paragraphs 2 and 3, for the purposes of the calculation of the number of equivalent operating hours regulated in article 21 of Royal Decree 413/2014, of June 6, apply power sold in the market values communicated by those in charge of reading.

Eighth transitory provision. Adaptation of contracts of access tolls.

Without prejudice to the provisions of point (b)) of the single repealing provision, toll access contracts may be subject to the provisions in article 6.6 of the Royal Decree 1164 / 2001 of 26 October, establishing rates for access to the networks of transport and distribution of electric power, the period of two months as from the entry into force of this Royal Decree.

Ninth transitional provision. Administrative registration of autoconsumption of electricity to their full empowerment through electronic.

Until the full empowerment of the administrative registry of consumption of electric power by electronic means, the owners of the facilities which, pursuant to Title VI of the present Royal Decree, are forced to the same registration, must submit the communication provided for in article 21 through the places listed in article 38.4 of law 30/1992 of 26 November, legal regime of public administrations and common administrative procedure, directed to the Directorate General for energy policy and mining of the Ministry of industry, energy and tourism.

Tenth transitional provision. Elements of accumulation.

Without prejudice to the provisions in the complementary technical instruction ITC-BT-52 «installations with special-purpose approved by the Royal Decree 1053 / 2014, from 12 December, for the infrastructure to recharge electric vehicles, to the approval of the standard of safety and industrial quality that defines the technical conditions and protection of the accumulation elements installed in facilities under the modalities of consumption of electrical power defined in article 9 of the law» 24/2013, December 26, elements of accumulation will be installed so that share measure and protection with the installation of generating equipment.

Repealing provision. Repeal legislation.

Repealing many provisions of equal or lower rank are opposed to provisions in the present Royal Decree, and in particular: to) the twelfth additional provision (discharges to the network of electric power to consumers who implement systems of saving and efficiency) Royal Decree 1955 / 2000 of 1 December, which regulates the activities of transport distribution, marketing, supply and installations of electricity authorisation procedures.

(b) paragraph 6 of article 6 of the Royal Decree 1164 / 2001 of 26 October, establishing rates of access to transport and electricity distribution networks.

(c) the first additional provision of the unified rules of measurement points of the electrical system approved by the Royal Decree 1110 / 2007 of August 24.

(d) articles 4.3 and 18.3 of the Royal Decree 1699 / 2011, on 18 November, which regulates the connection to electric power of small power production facilities.

First final provision. Modification of Royal Decree 2019 / 1997, of 26th December, which organizes and regulates the electricity production market.

Royal Decree 2019 / 1997, of 26th December, which organizes and regulates the electricity production market, is to be re-worded as follows: one. Amending paragraph 3 of article 25, which happens to have the following wording: «3. the market operator will act as central counterparty of purchases and sales of the daily market of production and will require the corresponding guarantees, all of this in the terms and conditions set forth in the rules of the market. " In playing this role, the market operator is to be lodged in the obligations of purchases and sales, becoming in each purchase transaction seller and buyer each transaction.»

Two. A new paragraph 4 is introduced in article 25, with the following wording: «4. system operator can pay directly or indirectly obligations of payment and collection rights defined in paragraphs 1 and 2, and may require the corresponding guarantees.» If the liquidation made it directly, it shall notify to the owner of the account that have to perform payments vendors who corresponds the payment and the amount to satisfy each one of them. This function can be done indirectly via third parties.»

Second final provision. Modification of the unified rules of measurement points of the electrical system approved by the Royal Decree 1110 / 2007 of August 24.

The unified rules of measurement points of the electrical system, approved by Royal Decree 1110 / 2007 August 24, is to be re-worded as follows: one. Amending paragraph 1, 2 and 4 of article 3 which are written as follows: ' 1. connection point: the concrete network location where facilities corresponding to different activities, areas of distribution or owners are linked. "

The modalities of production with consumption connection point will be the place where linking the shared facilities of the consumer and the producer with transportation or distribution network.

2 border point: to) the connection point of a producer with transportation or distribution network.

(b) the point of connection of a consumer with transportation or distribution network.

(c) the connection point of the transport with the distribution network.

(d) the point of connection of networks of transport of different ownership.

(e) the point of connection of networks of distribution of different ownership.

(f) international interconnections.

(g) the point of connection of the networks of the peninsular territory with no peninsular.

The modalities of production with consumption the consumer subject and the producer subject will share its border point.»

«4. responsible for measuring point: the owner of the point of measurement and the installations of electric power where the measurement point is located.» Equipments and installations of measurement in accordance with the provisions of this regulation and its development provisions has the obligation to keep and maintain in perfect working.

The modalities of production with consumption the consumer subject and the producer subject liable jointly and severally both the measuring equipment used for its billing and shared facilities to the network connection.»

Two. Add the following paragraph at the end of article 6 with this wording: «the determination of the measuring points in those facilities benefiting from a mode of consumption will be which is established in the regulations governing administrative, technical and economic conditions of the modes of supplying of electricity with consumption and production with consumption.»

3. Amending article 12(1) which is drawn up as follows: «(1. Serán responsables de la instalación de medida y de sus equipos: a) the producer subject is responsible for the installation and equipment measuring the net power generated by a power generation.»
At the connection points of several production facilities or distribution networks, all holders of these production units will be jointly and severally responsible for global measurement point. A partner with the operators and competent authorities shall be appointed by agreement between them.

(b) the consumer is responsible for the installation and equipment that measured their consumption.

In the case of consumers with any of the modalities of supply with consumption, the consumer subject is responsible for all the equipment installed for the correct billing of this mode.

(c) the system operator is responsible for the installation and equipment measuring the energy exchanged in international interconnections.

(d) the distribution company is responsible for the installation and equipment measuring energy exchanged in points border their network with the transport network.

(e) the modalities of production with consumption or those selling power options in which several subjects share measuring equipment, holders of production facilities and the holder of the associated delivery point liable jointly and severally all the measurement points. A partner with the operators and competent authorities shall be appointed by agreement between them.

(f) in all other cases, responsibility for installation and measuring equipment shall correspond to the subject which normally purchased energy.»

Four. Added a paragraph in the article 13.3 with this wording: "in those configurations of measure where there are measuring equipment that must be accessible to several managers reading, responsible for the measuring equipment must ensure responsible for read access to that computer. Prior express agreement between the parties, may be substituted for access to one of the managers of the defense team provided that said reading Manager can access the necessary information for the performance of its functions.»

Third final provision. Modification of the Real Decree 1699 / 2011, on 18 November, which regulates the connection to electric power of small power production facilities.

The Royal Decree 1699 / 2011, on 18 November, which regulates the connection to network of electric energy of small power production facilities, is to be re-worded as follows: one. Add a new paragraph in article 8.2: «the owner of the installation will be exempt from the verification referred to in the preceding paragraph if refers to the distribution company Certified Installer company proving compliance with provisions of the regulation low-tension, approved by Royal Decree 842/2002, of August 2nd «, or, in your case, the compliance with provisions in the Real Decree 337/2014, of 9 may, which approve the regulation on technical conditions and guarantees of safety in high-voltage electrical installations and their complementary technical instruction ITC - RAT 01-23, duly completed by the competent autonomous community.»

Two. Amending article 11.4, which is worded as follows: ' 4. with the exception of the auxiliary services of generation and, in his case accumulation facilities, in circuit that connects the production with its measuring equipment installation not can insert any item of consumption.»

3. Amending article 13.3, which is worded as follows: «3. production facilities connected to an internal network may not exceed the capacity available at the point of connection to the network distribution and power linked to existing extension rights attached to the supply. "

The above notwithstanding the particularities of connection of co-generation facilities laid down in sectoral legislation.»

Four. Added a new subparagraph in paragraph 1 of annex I: ' for the purposes of determination of the nominal maximum available connection in this section will be deemed void power generation facilities of consumers covered by a form of subsistence type 1 that are connected to the network of less than or equal to 1 kV voltage and that have been credited with device preventing the instant energy discharge to» distribution network.»

Fourth final provision. Modification of the Real Decree 1955 / 2000 of 1 December, which regulates the activities of transport, distribution, marketing, supply and installations of electricity authorisation procedures.

Amending paragraph 1 of the thirteenth additional provision of the Royal Decree 1955 / 2000 of 1 December, which regulates the activities of transport, distribution, marketing, supply and authorization procedures for installations of electric power, which is worded as follows: "1. for all generation facilities which are not within the scope of the Royal Decree 1699 / 2011» , on 16 November, the cost of necessary new installations from the border point to the point of connection to the network of transportation or distribution, the transformation in the lines of the company carrier or distributor of the same level of tension to the point of connection, if necessary, the repowering of affected transformer company carrier or distributor of the same level of tension to the point of connection will be carried out by the applicant.

The company carrier or distributor must send to the promoter of the generation installation a technical specifications and a budget. For the remission of these documents, the carrier or distributor will have a period of one month from the date on which this company has evidence of acceptance by the promoter of the installation of generation of connection point proposed by the company carrier or Distributor.

Documents set out in this section must be broken down in the following way: to) technical specifications: 1 works of reinforcement, adaptation, adaptation or reform of facilities of the network transport or distribution existing in service, provided that these are necessary to incorporate the new facilities.

The work detailed in this section will be made by the carrier or distributor to be the owner of these networks and for reasons of safety, reliability and quality of the supply.

2. works necessary for the connection of the installation of generation to the point of connection to the distribution network, if he has expressly requested by the promoter of the generation facility.

The works referred to in this section may be carried out at the request of the applicant by any legally authorised installer company or by the company carrier or Distributor.

The distribution company it shall expressly in the specification of technical requirements that these facilities may be performed well by the Distributor or by an enabled installer who must carry out the installation according to the conditions set forth in the mentioned list of technical, technical conditions and safety regulations and with those established by the company and approved by the competent authority.

(b) budget: budget 1 detailed according to the breakdown, collected in the technical specification work for reinforcements, adaptations, adaptations or reforms of facilities of transportation or existing service distribution network, necessary to incorporate into the new facility.

2. budget detailed according to the breakdown, collected in the technical specifications of works necessary for the connection of the installation of generation to the point of connection to the network of transportation or distribution, if he has expressly requested by the promoter of the generation facility.

At the specific request of the promoter of the installation of generation, the carrier or distributor shall submit a budget in these facilities which should be separate from the budget referred to in paragraph 1 above. As in the case of the specification of technical requirements, the company it shall expressly in the budget that these facilities can be performed well by the Distributor or by an enabled installer who must carry out the installation according to the conditions set forth in the mentioned statement of technical requirements technical conditions and safety regulations and the established by the company and approved by the competent authority.

In the event that the applicant decides that the company carrier or distributor run works must notify expressly to it within the period of three months counted from the receipt of the budget.

Equally, if the applicant decides to go any other contractor legally authorized which executed the work carrier or distributor within the period of three months must inform the company counted from the receipt of the budget.»

Fifth final provision. Regulatory development and modifications of the contents of the annex.
1 authorizes the Minister of industry, energy and tourism to dictate how many provisions are necessary for the development of this Royal Decree and to modify the content of annex I and, after agreement of the delegate Commission of the Government for economic issues, the annexes III and IV.

2 empowers the Secretary of State for energy to modify the content of its annex II.

Sixth final provision. Skill-related title.

The present Royal Decree is issued under cover of the provisions of article 149.1.13. ª and 25.ª of the Spanish Constitution, which attributes to the State the exclusive competence to determine the bases and coordination of the general economic activity planning and the foundations of the regime of mining and energy, respectively.

Seventh final disposition. Entry into force.

This Royal Decree shall enter into force the day following its publication in the "Official Gazette".

Given in Madrid, on October 9, 2015.

PHILIP R.

The Minister of industry, energy and tourism, JOSE MANUEL SORIA LOPEZ annex I calculation of the energies and powers for the purpose of billing and settlement energies and powers for the purpose of billing and settlement defined in article 3 shall be calculated in accordance with below: 1. hourly consumption: when he is available measuring equipment installed at the border point is obtained as the difference between the net hourly energy generated and the time dumping and when measuring equipment in point border, if the hourly energy consumption exceeds, in absolute value, net time energy generated is not available, time consumption will be the value of the net time energy generated and if less time consumption will be the value of the hourly energy consumption. In any case it be null when the value is negative.

2. auxiliary services timetable consumption: is obtained by the time net balance of energy obtained from the records of incoming and outgoing energy recorded by the measuring equipment that measures the net generated energy, wherever such net balance time consumer. For the purposes of determining the time consumption of auxiliary services, these will be deemed invalid where the hourly net balances are not consumers.

3. demand: determines the row of border installation located at the point counter incoming power.

4. hourly demand: is determined as the time net balance of power taken from the net retrieved from the records of incoming and outgoing energy measured by the measuring equipment installed at the border point, or, if there is such equipment, as the time difference between the hourly energy consumption less the net hourly energy generated , when the net hourly energy generated is greater than zero, or as the sum of the hourly energy consumption more time consumption of auxiliary services, that auxiliary services timetable consumption greater than zero. In all cases shall be considered a null time demand when the value is negative.

5 time associated with consumer demand: when the energy generated net time is greater than or equal to that zero corresponds to the hourly demand defined in the previous section, and, when the time consumption of auxiliary services is greater than zero, with the hourly energy consumption defined in paragraph 7.

6. electric energy surplus: is determined from the record of outgoing energy of the counter located at the point border installation.

7 time energy consumption: is determined from the time net balance of energy obtained from the records of incoming and outgoing energy measured by the measuring equipment installed in the circuit of consumption which records total consumed energy by the associated consumer or, if there are such equipment, as the sum of hourly demand and time consumption , when the time consumption is greater than zero, or as the difference of hourly demand and time consumption of auxiliary services, when auxiliary services timetable consumption is greater than zero. In all cases shall be deemed an hourly energy consumption null when the value is negative.

8. generated net hourly energy: get through the net schedule obtained from the records of incoming and outgoing energy of the measuring equipment that measures the energy generated net, wherever such net balance schema generator. For the purpose of determining net hourly energy generated, this will be deemed void when the net balance schema generator.

9 power application of charges is determined: a. when available a measurement device in the circuit of consumption that register the total associated consumer energy consumption power application of charges will be the power that would be billing purposes of toll access during a tariff if the demanded power control using this measurement and control equipment.

b. when the previous team is not available, power application of charges will be: 1 when all generation facilities are unmanaged, power application of charges will be the power that would be billed for the purpose of implementation of access tolls at a tariff if the demanded power control using the measurement and control located at the border point.

2nd in the rest of cases, power application of charges will be the sum of the power that would be billed for the purpose of implementation of access tolls at a tariff if the demanded power control using equipment measure and control the point at border more maximum power of generation in the tariff period.

These effects will be considered unmanaged generation facilities installations of wind and photovoltaic technology without elements of accumulation.

In all cases a power void charges application shall be considered when the value is negative.

10 discharge timetable: determined from the time net balance of poured energy into the grid retrieved from the records of incoming and outgoing energy of the measuring equipment installed in the point border or, if there is such equipment, as the time difference between the generated net hourly energy less the hourly energy consumption. In both cases he deemed null when the value is negative.

Annex II communication models of the registration data in the register of personal consumption and responsible statement 1. Exclusive model of communication of registration for consumers to type 1, contracted power consumption mode is less than or equal to 10 kW.






Data of the owner of the owner of the supply point point.





 






ID of the owner.





 






Address of the holder (registered office).





 






Municipality/Postal Code of the holder.





 






Holder province.





 






Country.





 






Phone number of the owner.





 






E-mail of the holder.





 








Data from the point of supply supply CUPS.





 






Contracted power.





 






Direction.





 






Municipality/Postal code.





 






Province.





 






Further details of location.





 






Cadastral reference of parcel/construction.





 






Phone number of the point.





 






Email contact of the supply point.





 






Company to which it is connected.





 








The installation of generation data.








Technology of generator and fuel used.





 






Installed power of the equipment (KW).





 






Data of the installation of accumulation (only if available) installed power output (kW).





 






Details of the representative presenting the communication (only if the communication is submitted by a representative) company representative (if any).





 






NIF from the company representative.





 






User representative of the company or of the holder.





 






NIF the user representative.





 






Address (including postal code).





 






Phone.





 






Email address.





 








Electrical certificate of the installation of self-consumption identification/file number of the autonomous communities.





 








Date and signature date.





 






Signature of the holder of the supply point.





 






Signature of representative users.





 
2. communication of registration model for consumers with the mode of subsistence type 1, contracted more power to 10 kW and for consumers with the mode of subsistence type 2.






Mode of subsistence consumption type:.





Type 1 (over 10 kW) or type 2.








Data of the owner of the owner of the supply point point.





 






ID of the owner.





 






Address of the holder (registered office).





 






Municipality/Postal Code of the holder.





 






Holder province.





 






Country.





 






Phone number of the owner.





 






E-mail of the holder.





 








Data from the point of supply supply CUPS.





 






Contracted power.





 






Maximum power available from the installation of consumption.





 






Direction.





 






Municipality/Postal code.





 






Province.





 






Further details of location.





 






Cadastral reference of parcel/construction.





 






Phone number of the point.





 






Email contact of the supply point.





 






Company to which it is connected.





 






Kind of the point of measurement in accordance with RD 1110 / 2007.





 








Details of the installation of generation technology of generator and fuel used.





 






Kind of the point of measurement in accordance with RD 1110 / 2007.





 






Installed power of the equipment (KW).





 






Gross power of the generator equipment (kW).





 






Net power (kW) generator equipment.





 






Code CIL (if applicable).





 






Data of the installation of production (only for modes of subsistence type 2) number of administrative registration of production facilities of the Ministry of industry, energy and tourism-dependent electric power.





 






Date of final commissioning report.





 








Data of the installation of accumulation (only if available) the accumulation system technology.





 






Installed power (kW) output.





 






Maximum storable energy (kWh).





 






Details of the representative presenting the communication (only if the communication is submitted by a representative) company representative (if any).





 






NIF from the company representative.





 






User representative of the company or of the holder.





 






NIF the user representative.





 






Address (including postal code).





 






Phone.





 






Email address.





 








Electrical certificate of the installation of self-consumption identification/file number of the autonomous communities.





 








Date and signature date.





 






Signature of the holder of the supply point.





 






Signature of representative users.





 





3. statement responsible for cardholder data model: Declaration: I declare under my responsibility, for the purposes of the communication of registration in the register of self-consumption that installations of generation and consumption whose data I communicate together with this Declaration met the necessary requirements in the law 24/2013, of 26 December, the Electricity Sector and its implementing regulations and have the certificate of the contractor's compliance with the provisions of the REBT Low voltage, approved by Royal Decree 842/2002, of August 2, or, where appropriate, in compliance with provisions in the Real Decree 337/2014, of 9 may, which approve the regulation on technical conditions and guarantees of security in high voltage electrical installations and their ITC-RAT 01 complementary technical instructions to 23 duly completed by the competent autonomous community.

Also manifest that I have documentation that accredits compliance with the above requirements, and I promise to keep them for the period of time during which perform a consumption of electric power and to notify the facts involving a change in them, assuming the legal responsibilities in case of breach, falsehood or omission.

Date and signature annex III transient charges by application to the isolated power systems 1 self-consumed power. Electrical systems in the autonomous community of the Canary Islands and the cities of Ceuta and Melilla: the prices of each transient variable charges self-consumed power of application to all electrical systems isolated from the non-peninsular territory of the autonomous community of the Canary Islands and the cities of Ceuta and Melilla shall take zero for each category of access tolls and periods of time.

2. electrical system of the autonomous community de les Illes Balears.

1. prices of each transient variable charges for application to electrical system Majorca-Minorca self-consumed power will be the following: toll access fee transient self-consumed power (€ / kWh) Majorca-Minorca period 1 period 2 period 3 period 4 period 5 period 6 2.0 (PC ≤ 10 kW) 0,017335 0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 2.0 DHA (Pc ≤ 10 kW) 0,033181 0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 2.0 DHS (Pc ≤ 10 kW) 0,033066 0,000000 0,000000





0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 2.1 to (10 < Pc ≤ 15 kW) 0,029031 0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 2.1 DHA (10 < Pc ≤ 15 kW) 0,044118 0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 2.1 DHS (10 < Pc ≤ 15 kW) 0,044004 0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 3.0 to (Pc > 15 kW) 0,000423 0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 3.1 (1 kV to 36 kV) 0,000000 0,000000





0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 6.1A (1 kV to 30 kV) 0,006949 0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 6.1B (30 kV to 36 kV) 0,003656 0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 6.2 (72,5 kV 36 kV) 0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 0,000000 2. Prices of each transient variable charges for application to the electric system Ibiza Formentera self-consumed power shall take zero for each category of access tolls and periods of time.

Annex IV components of transient cargo by the term of office transitional self-consumed power by self-consumed power shall consist of the following components:
(a) component of variable fees associated with the cost of the system, estimated from variables defined in the EIT/2444 order tolls terms/2014 discounting toll access to transmission and distribution networks and losses corresponding to each toll access and tariff period. Prices will be as follows: toll access component of variable charge (€ / kWh) associated to the cost of the system period 1 period 2 period 3 period 4 period 5 period 6 (Pc ≤ 10 kW) 2.0 0,033367 2.0 DHA (Pc ≤ 10 kW) 0,047227 0,000000 2.0 DHS (Pc ≤ 10 kW) 0,047999 0,000000 0,000144 2.1 to (10 < Pc ≤ 15 kW) 0,045062 0,000000





 





 





 





 






2.1 DHA (10< Pc ≤ 15 kW)





0,058165





0,009375





 





 





 





 






2.1 DHS (10< Pc ≤ 15 kW)





0,058936





0,011896





0,005402





 





 





 






3.0 A ( Pc > 15 kW)





0,007116





0,004244





0,003569





 





 





 






3.1 A ( 1 kV a 36 kV)





0,003807





0,001496





0,006713





 





 





 






6.1A (1 kV a 30 kV)





0,000000





0,003466





0,000554





0,002411





(0,003160 0,001395 6.1B (30 kV to 36 kV) 0,000000 0,001159 0,000000 0,001798 0,002764 0,001142 6.2 (72,5 kV 36 kV) 0,001288 0,003464 0,000711 0,001589 0,001889 0,000910 6.3 (72,5 kV to 145 kV) 0,003648 0,004684 0,001338 0,001717 0,001846 0,000941 6.4 (greater than or equal to 145 kV) 0,000000 0,000408 0,000000 0,000997 0,001430 0,000768 b) component of payment capacity, whose prices are as follows (: i) until 31 December 2015: those provided for in the transitional provision of Royal Decree-Law 9/2015, July 10, on urgent measures to reduce the tax burden borne by taxpayers of the tax on physical persons income and other measures of an economic nature.

(ii) starting from January 1, 2016: those provided for in article 5 of Royal Decree-Law 9/2015, July 10.

(c) components associated with other system services: * component * price (€ / kWh) * pay market operator * 0,000025 * payment system operator * 0,000109 * interruptibility service * 0,001951 * adjustment services * 0,005400