Regulation (2011:931) On Planning For Prioritization Of Critical Electricity Users

Original Language Title: Förordning (2011:931) om planering för prioritering av samhällsviktiga elanvändare

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Introductory provision

section 1 of this regulation provides for the planning and

preparation of surfaces to control electricity to socially important

electricity users in a situation where the transfer of electricity needs

restricted or discontinued in accordance with Chapter 8. section 2 of the electricity Act (1997:857).

Provisions on the limitation and the interruption of transmission of electricity

see Regulation (1994:1806) if system responsible for electricity.

Responsibility for the planning and method

section 2 of the Swedish Energy Agency (the Agency) has a

overall responsibility for planning for prioritization of

socially important electricity users are carried out and that such

documentation referred to in § 1.

The Agency shall, in consultation with the Agency for

public safety and emergency preparedness, and business administration Swedish power grids

(Swedish power grids), as well as other relevant actors, responsible for

to further develop and follow up method for planning and

the design of the document for planning work.

The County Board shall, on request, provide the Energy Authority

data for further development and monitoring method

planning and design of a document referred to in the second

paragraph. Regulation (2013:282).

section 3 of the County Administrative Board, on the basis of their geographic e g responsibilities

for emergency preparedness, within its geographical area, discharge the

functions required by this regulation. As part of the

krisberedskaps work to government departments participate in


Planning work

section 4 of the Swedish Energy Agency, every four years, take the initiative to

planning and development of such a basis referred to in paragraph 1.

The County Board shall, every four years to coordinate the planning and

compiling the dossier from the national, regional and

local stakeholders involved in the planning.

§ 5 in the compilation of the dossier, the following order

apply between different priority classes.

1. Electricity users who already in the short-term (hours) have large

importance for life and health.

2. Users that are already in the short-term (hours) have large

importance for society's functionality.

3. Users of electricity which in the longer term (days) are of great importance

for life and health.

4. Users of electricity which in the longer term (days) are of great importance

for society's functionality.

5. Electricity users representing big financial values.

6. Users that are important for the environment.

7. Electricity users who have great importance for the social and

cultural values.

8. other electricity users.

Plants are crucial for electricity supply function should

not be included in the dossier.

The design must be taken into account in that area rotating

disconnection may be used in the long-running limitations or

interruption of the transmission of electricity.

section 6 is repealed by Regulation (2013:282).

Submission of dossiers

7 § länsstyrelsen, every four years, submit the

dossier that has been compiled in accordance with §§ 4 to 6 to regional

and local nets concessionaires and to Swedish

power networks.

If users have added or removed after the

documentation referred to in the first subparagraph have been submitted and this has

essential for a disconnection situation

the County Administrative Board, but no more than once a year, shall submit a

revised data for regional and local

nets concessionaires and to Swedish power grids.

Regulation (2013:282).


section 8 of the energy authority may provide for

1. method for planning,

2. How is the document for planning will be designed,

3. how the dossier referred to in paragraph 1 shall be prepared, and

4. priority classes and concepts according to § 5.

Transitional provisions


1. this Regulation shall enter into force on 1 August 2011.

2. The provision in paragraph 4, first sentence, that the energy authority

should take the initiative in planning and preparation of the dossier,

shall apply for the first time in 2011.