Rs 730.01 Order Of 7 December 1998 On Energy (Oene)

Original Language Title: RS 730.01 Ordonnance du 7 décembre 1998 sur l’énergie (OEne)

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730.01 order on energy (OEne) of December 7, 1998 (Status January 1, 2016) the Swiss federal Council, view the art. 16, al. 1, of the Act of 26 June 1998 on energy (Act, LEne), in pursuance of the Federal law of 6 October 1995 on technical barriers to trade (THG), stop: Chapter 1 Definitions article 1. in the Ordinance, means: a. to e... .f. renewable energy: hydropower, solar energy, geothermal energy, ambient heat, wind energy, energy from biomass and waste biomass; g. waste heat: heat loss unavoidable in the State of the art, produced by the conversion of energy or chemical (including garbage incineration) processes except the heat of facilities with goals first and equivalents for the simultaneous production of electricity and thermal energy; h. combined heat and power: simultaneous production of power and heat from the process of transformation of fuel in gas turbines, turbines steam, combustion engines, the other thermal plants and cells fuels; i. energy expert : means to uniformly determine the consumption of energy of the facilities, vehicles and devices manufactured in series; j. target values of consumption: the numbers of specific energy consumption, determined during a technical procedure, that facilities, vehicles and donations should not exceed; k. pilot projects and facilities: the facilities, vehicles and devices as well as projects thereto which are used to test systems and collect new data technical or scientific; Mr. demonstration facilities and demonstration projects: facilities, vehicles and devices as well as projects which are used to test the market and allow especially the economic assessment of a potential marketing; n. private organizations: economic organizations, energy policy and energy technology, transport and consumer organizations and environmentalists; o organizations organizations. hybrid installation: installation using several renewable energy sources for producing electricity; p. put into circulation: for the first time in the Swiss market facilities, vehicles or devices produced in series, for consideration or free; the first offer of these facilities, vehicles or devices is assimilated to the circulation; q. provision: the later sale on the Swiss market, in a professional capacity, facilities, vehicles or devices produced in series; future supply of these facilities, vehicles or devices for their assignment in a professional capacity is considered to the provision.

Repealed by section 2 of the annex to the O of March 14, 2008 on the electricity supply, with effect from Jan 1. 2009 (2008 1223 RO).
New content according to point 2 of the annex to the O of March 14, 2008, on the supply of electricity, in force since Jan. 1. 2009 (2008 1223 RO).
New content according to point 2 of the annex to the O of March 14, 2008, on the supply of electricity, in force since Jan. 1. 2009 (2008 1223 RO).
Introduced by section 2 of the annex to the O of March 14, 2008, on the supply of electricity, in force since Jan. 1. 2009 (2008 1223 RO).
Introduced by chapter I of the June 24, 2009 (RO 2009 3473) O. New content according to section I of the O on October 19. 2011, in force since Jan. 1. 2012 (2011 4799 RO).
Introduced by section I of the O on October 19. 2011, in force since Jan. 1. 2012 (2011 4799 RO).

Chapter 1aMarquage and certification of the type of production and the origin of the electricity Section 1 Declaration art. marking 1aObligation a company which provides in Switzerland to final consumers in electricity (business subject to the obligation of marking) must communicate at least once a year to its final consumer the following information: a. share as a percentage of energy agents used on the amount of electricity supplied; b. origin electricity (domestic or foreign production); c. reference year; d. names of the company subject to the marking and service of this company to contact.

The data referred to in para. 1, let. a to c, are indicated either for all electricity supplied to all consumers end (the supplier mix), for each final consumer only for electricity has been provided (mix of the product). The company subject to the marking must apply the option chosen for all of its consumers.
She must keep electric accounts enter the data required to information according to para. 1, let. a to c.
Each business subject to the obligation of marking, that she has opted for the mix of the vendor or the product mix, publishes his mix of the provider and the total amount of electricity supplied to final customers, at the latest at the end of the following calendar year. The publication is done including through an Internet address common to all companies subject to the obligation of marking and freely accessible.

New content according to chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).
New content according to section I of the nov 5 O. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3683 RO).

Art. 1 b information Obligation any company (including producers) that delivers electricity to companies subject to the obligation of marking or suppliers to companies subject to the obligation of marking must provide the following information: a. quantity of electricity supplied; b. energy used to produce electricity; c. origin of electricity (domestic or foreign production).

The information provided for by para. 1 must be sent for each year at the latest at the end of April of the following year. Differing contractual agreements are reserved.
The company subject to the obligation to provide information shall keep an electric account enter the data required to information according to para. 1. new content according to chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).
New expression by clause I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO). This mod has been taken throughout the text.

Art. 1cExigences about electric accounting and marking of electricity the electricity accounting and the marking of electricity requirements are given in Appendix 4.
The federal Department of the environment, transport, energy and communications (DETEC) can adapt to international standards and including those of the European Union.

New content according to chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).

Section 2 certificate of the type of production and the origin of electricity art. 1dGarantie of origin anyone who produces electricity and injects it into the network can proceed to registration of the production facility by the conformity assessment laboratory accredited for this area (issuer). It can also carry out regular check of the current produced by the installation and to obtain the corresponding guarantees of origin.
For production including the power supply facilities is higher than 30 kVA, the registration of the facility of production and the current product as well as the guarantee of origin are required.
The guarantee of origin shall include at least the following: a. the quantity of electricity produced; b. energy agents used to produce this electricity; c. the period and place of production; d. the granting or not to the producer, compensation within the meaning of art. 7a of the Act and the amount of such compensation, if any.

The issuer must cancel the guarantee of origin to avoid any further use: a. If it is to be used for the marking of electricity within the meaning of art. 1a; (b) if it is established as a written document or electronic document; c. If it is transferred electronically from abroad; Oud. If it is established for electricity that the producer does not sell because it serves its own consumption.

Holders of guarantees of origin must announce to the issuer guarantees of origin which have to be cancelled.
The guarantee of origin issued for the renewable energy electricity referred to in art. 7a of the law cannot be the subject of trade or be transferred.
DETEC can set detailed requirements to address the original warranty and its period of validity. It may also exclude from the obligation referred to in para. 2 some types of production facilities that would otherwise face disproportionate costs; It can also set additional requirements for the purposes of harmonization with international standards.

New content according to chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).
New content according to section I of the October 23 O. in force since Jan. 1, 2013. 2014 (2013 3631 RO).
New content according to section I of the October 23 O. in force since Jan. 1, 2013. 2014 (2013 3631 RO).
New content according to chapter I of O on March 7, 2014, in effect since Apr 1. 2014 (2014 611 RO).

Introduced by section I of O on March 7, 2014, in force since April 1. 2014 (2014 611 RO).
New content according to section I of the October 23 O. 2013, let. a in effect since Jan. 1. 2014, let. b to d, in force since Jan. 1. 2015 (2013 3631 RO).
Introduced by section I of O from 23 oct. in force since Jan. 1, 2013. 2014 (2013 3631 RO).

Art. 1st Test Procedure the test procedure must be transparent and reliable, so as to avoid that the same amount of electricity be entered twice.
DETEC sets the test procedure.

New expression by clause I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO). This mod has been taken throughout the text.

Art. 1fObligation to announce the issuer shall announce in time recording of the installation of any producer of energy referred to in art. 7a of the Act to the person in charge of the balance group for renewable energies referred to in art. 24, al. 1, of the Ordinance of March 14, 2008, on the supply of electricity (Stromvv).
For installations of electricity producers referred to in art. 7A of the Act which must not be fitted with a measuring device of the load curve with automatic transmission of data under art. 8, al. 5, Stromvv, network managers are obliged to announce to the transmitter: a. the plant at the time of its commissioning data; (b) each quarter, the quantity of electricity produced.

Introduced by section 2 of the annex to the O of March 14, 2008, on the supply of electricity, in force since Jan. 1. 2009 (2008 1223 RO).
RS 734.71 art. 1gObligation to report and assessment the issuer shall communicate quarterly to the federal Office of energy (SFOE) in particular the quantities of electricity saved under art. 1 d broken down by technical production, by category and by power.
The SFOE evaluates these data. It may publish results for the data referred to in art. 1 d, al. 3, a general and anonymous form.

Introduced by section 2 of the annex to the O on March 14, 2008, on the supply of electricity (RO 2008 1223). New content according to chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).

Chapter 2circumstances of connection for fossil fuels and renewable energies referred to in art. 7 of the Act art. 2 General requirements energy producers referred to in art. 7 of the Act and network managers set conditions of connection (such as connection costs) by contract.
The network manager must pay: a. the surplus production in the case of a producer consuming itself a part of the energy produced at the place of production or yielding on the place of the production part of the energy produced in one or more third parties for purposes of consumption (self-consumption); b. the net production in the case of a producer selling any electricity.

Excess production is electricity actually injected into the network of the network manager. Net production corresponds to the electricity produced by the plant (gross output) under deduction of electricity consumed by the installation in the production (supply).
For the record, the energy to pay is either measured directly or calculated. If it is calculated, the calculation should be based on measured values.
Producers who want to change between the remuneration referred to in para. 2, let. a and b, must inform the network manager three months in advance.
The Ordinance of 15 February 2006 on measuring instruments and the corresponding implementing provisions of the federal Department of justice and police apply to measuring instruments used to measure electricity to compensate. The injected electricity should be raised using an etalone measuring instrument. The instrument of measurement and the availability of the measured data costs charged to the producer.
The producers referred to in art. 7 of the Act are required to take the necessary measures to avoid the disruptive effects of technical injection at their expense.
If the conditions provided for by para. 4 are met, the network managers are required to connect the installation of power production from the producer referred to in art. 7 of the Act with the injection point better technically and economically, so as to ensure the injection and the collection of energy. The costs of setting up the necessary service lines to the point of injection and any required processing costs are borne by the producer. The compensation for the costs of the necessary strengthening of the network is governed by art. 22, al. 3, Stromvv.

New content according to chapter I of O on March 7, 2014, in effect since Apr 1. 2014 (2014 611 RO).
Introduced by section I of O on March 7, 2014, in force since April 1. 2014 (2014 611 RO).
Introduced by section I of O on March 7, 2014, in force since April 1. 2014 (2014 611 RO).
Introduced by section I of O on March 7, 2014, in force since April 1. 2014 (2014 611 RO).
RS 941.210 sentence introduced by section I of O on March 7, 2014, in force since April 1. 2014 (2014 611 RO).
RS 734.71 art. 2A electricity produced on a regular basis and use of the heat produced electricity from fossil fuels to the senses of the art. 7 of the Act is deemed to be produced regularly when the amount of energy, the period and duration of injection a. are predictable in an appropriate Beach; forgotten the source. that they are of the contract between the concerned Network Manager and producer of energy.

Electricity generated from fossil fuels must be taken and remunerated if the overall usage rate of electricity and the heat used is at least 80%. The garbage incineration plants are exempt from this requirement.
The minimum requirements of the overall usage rate of renewable energy-powered facilities are governed by the provisions contained in appendices 1.4 and 1.5.
Hybrid systems must meet the strictest minimum requirement in appendices 1.4 and 1.5 for the energy agents used as overall system.

Art. 2b purchase price aligned market compensation at purchase prices aligned on the market is defined according to the cost savings of the network manager compared to the acquisition of an energy equivalent.

Art. 2 c hydroelectric plants the limit power of 10 MW for the hydroelectric plants referred to in art. 7, al. 1, of the Act relates to the raw power. Art. 51 of the Act of 22 December 1916 on the use of the hydraulic forces applied to its calculation.

RS 721.80 chapter 2aConditions of connection for electricity from renewables referred to in art. 7(a) of the Act Section 1 General provisions, significantly expanded or renovated facilities art. General 3Dispositions General requirements laid down in art. 2 and the limit of power for power plants defined in art. 2 c apply by analogy to the conditions of connection of electricity from renewables referred to in art. 7(a) of the Act (remuneration at cost price).

New content according to chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).

Art. 3aInstallations significantly expanded or renovated facility is deemed significantly expanded or renovated when: a. new investments made during the five years prior to commissioning represent at least 50% of the investments needed for a new facility; b. installation, deduction of the reductions in output as a result of the conditions imposed by the public authorities, produced at least as much electricity production to average five years of full operation prior to January 1, 2015 , and listen to me. the duration of use is passed to two thirds of the term which was intended as retribution by the appendices 1.1 to 1.5.

Installation is also deemed significantly expanded or renovated when electricity production or the use of electricity rate increases from the average of the five years of full operation prior to January 1, 2015, in accordance with the requirements of appendices 1.1 to 1.5. DETEC can redefine in the appendices the reference date decisive for the comparative period.
A facility shall not be significantly enlarged or renovated as it passes from fossil fuels to renewable fuels, without that there is new investment according to para. 1, let. a. new content according to chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).
New content according to section I of the Nov. 11 O. 2015, in force since Jan. 1. 2016 (2015 4781 RO).
New content according to section I of the Nov. 11 O. 2015, in force since Jan. 1. 2016 (2015 4781 RO).

Art. 3aSite


The SFOE fixed in recommendations the criteria to assess whether a site is appropriate pursuant to art. 7, art. 1, of the Act, including for small hydro and wind energy. He develops these recommendations in collaboration with the federal Office for the environment (FOEN) and the federal Office for spatial development (ARE) and consulted the cantons.

Introduced by chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).

Section 2 compensation, ecological value, capacity increases, procedures art. 3B costs of returns reference installations and compensation of the cost calculation of returns and compensation are based on the reference installations defined in appendices 1.1 to 1.5.
The rate of compensation for a given installation is calculated according to the terms in effect the year of construction. It remains unchanged for the duration of compensation; for installations referred to in appendices 1.1 and 1.5, it can vary annually according to the equivalent power or the use of the heat rate. Adaptations according to art. 3rd, al. 5, and according to Appendix 1.3 c. 3.2.2 are reserved.
The compensation is calculated on the basis of the rate of remuneration and electricity to pay according to art. 2, al. 2. the year of construction is the actual commissioning of the installation.
Is deemed the most efficient technology that featuring the best addition to the highest efficiency possible, taking account of sustainable use of materials to produce energy.
Compensation of hybrid systems is based on the compensation of employees energy agents, weighted according to their respective contributions to the energy content.

New content according to chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).
The reference has been adapted in application of art. 12 al. 2 of the Act of 18 June 2004 on official publications (RS 170.512).
Introduced by chapter I of the August 17, 2011 (RO 2011 4067) O. New content according to section I of the October 23 O. in force since Jan. 1, 2013. 2014 (2013 3631 RO).
New content according to chapter I of O on March 7, 2014, in effect since Apr 1. 2014 (2014 611 RO).

Art. 3bcouts not covered and the market price of the non-covered costs referred to in art. 7, art. 4, let. b and c, of the law correspond to the difference between the production costs of new facilities and the market price.
The market price decisive for the calculation of costs not covered is the average of spot (market) prices for the Swiss market. The average is formed on the basis of the hourly profile resulting from the injection to the balance group for renewable energy.
The SFOE calculates and publishes the determining market price every three months on the basis of the data of the corresponding quarter.

Introduced by the I of O ch. 5 nov. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3683 RO).

Art. 3 c Transmission of certificates of origin, compensation of the ecological added value energy producers referred to in art. 7a of the law are required to transmit to the person responsible for the balance group for renewable energy certificates of origin identified.
Compensation includes the ecological added value.

Art. 3dreduction annual and term of payment the annual reduction and duration of compensation are governed by appendices 1.1 to 1.5.
The rate of compensation for a facility with the year of commissioning after the year of entry into force of the terms is reduced by the cumulative reduction until the year of commissioning. This reduced rate of compensation remains unchanged for the duration of compensation, subject to any modification according to art. 3B, al. 1. the duration of compensation begins with effective commissioning and ends on 31 December of the last year of retribution. She also runs without compensation, when the installation is on the waiting list. It is not interrupted, not even in case of temporary abandonment under art. 6 or suite for a return after early termination of the right to compensation in accordance with art. 3i. new content according to chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).

Art. 3eAdaptation of the DETEC compensation checks periodically the cost calculation of returns and the compensation according to appendices 1.1 to 1.5 and adapts them in the event of substantial changes to the terms.
It takes into account including the profitability in the long term as well as the evolution of technology, the price of sources of primary energy, water-power royalties, the financial markets and, for systems with combined heat and power, the price of the heating energy. Long-term profitability is measured on the basis of long-term commercial potential and may be taken into account by means of a correction of the amount of the compensation or the annual reduction.
Adaptations of the calculation of the costs of returns and of compensation apply to the installations into service after the entry into force of those adaptations.
DETEC may provide for exceptions to the installations into service after the entry into force of adaptation when the producer received a positive decision before the entry into force of this adaptation.
DETEC may also include adaptation for facilities that are already in service, especially in order to avoid excessive gains, excessive losses or perverse effects. This provision also applies when a producer is already receiving compensation for installation.
It can also make adjustments according to the al. 1 and 3 to 5 this year. If following such an adaptation, divergent arrangements apply to the calculation during a calendar year, new facilities are subject to the key terms at the time of commissioning.
The new rate of compensation undergoes an annual reduction until the following year.

New content according to section I of the October 23 O. in force since Jan. 1, 2013. 2014 (2013 3631 RO).

Art. periodic 3fAugmentation of capacity for facilities photovoltaic the SFOE sets each year the increase in capacity of photovoltaic installations covered by the system of remuneration referred to in art. 7 a of the Act so that the growth is continuous.
It assesses the evolution of the costs, additional cost increases related to capacity increases and the difference compared with the maximum amount of the supplement referred to in art. 7, art. 4, let. b and c, of the law.

New content according to section I of the nov 5 O. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3683 RO).

Art. 3g ad and Procedures of decision from the national company of the transport network, anyone who wants to build a new facility must announce its project to the national society of the transport network. The announcement must include in particular: a. the documents referred to in appendices 1.1 to 1.5; (b) for the renovation and expansion of existing facilities, the data provided for in art. 3A. the date of the day on which the full announcement is filed to the post Switzerland is authentic.

The national society of the transportation system checks if the licensing conditions are likely to be met. Based on the price of the decisive market at the time of his decision, she also examines whether the project can fit into the increase in capacity referred to in art. 7, art. 2, let. d of the Act, or in the maximum amount of the supplements referred to in art. 7, art. 4, of the Act. It notifies the result of its review to the applicant by means of a decision. This decision has no ruling effect on authorization and concession granting procedures for the project. This element must be specified in the decision.
If it appears that the sum of compensation is likely to achieve the increase in capacity or the ceiling of the supplements, the SFOE communicates to the national society of the transport network that she should no longer make decisions.
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New content according to chapter I of O on March 7, 2014, in effect since Apr 1. 2014 (2014 611 RO).
Repealed by section I of O from 5 nov. with effect from Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3683 RO).

Art. 3gOrdre to take into account the date of announcement of a project is crucial for its consideration. If all the projects announced a same day cannot be taken into account, the national company of the transport network priority chooses those who present the most important power.
For projects not taken into account, the national transport network society is a waitlist for PV systems, and a waiting list for other production techniques. Projects are registered on the corresponding waiting list their date of announcement.
When resources are again available, the SFOE informs the national company of the transport network of the margin available to it in order to make decisions again.
When taking those decisions, the national society of the transport network takes into account: a. projects on the waiting list for photovoltaic installations, based on the announcement date; b. projects on the waiting list for other production techniques, in the following order:


1. the projects for which a notice of service or communication of the progress of the project or, for installations of small hydro and wind facilities, the second communication on the progress of the project, has been forwarded, no later than 31 October of the previous year, to national transport network society: based on the date of announcement 2. other projects: based on the announcement date.

New content according to section I of the nov 5 O. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3683 RO).

Art. 3gconsequence of the ad for PV systems if acting of the photovoltaic installations which, during the start-up, do not exceed a power that allows the operator to assert a right to single compensation (art. 6 (b), the announcement applies to compensation according to this chapter, and also for a single fee. Only one of the two remuneration is paid.
Operators can choose between compensation according to this chapter and a unique compensation do not have the obligation to assert this right of option (article 6b, para. 3) before the commissioning of the installation.

Formerly art. 3 g. introduced by section I of O on March 7, 2014, in force since April 1. 2014 (2014 611 RO).

Art. 3hNotification, commissioning the applicant must communicate the progress of the project to the national society of the transport network in the time stipulated by the appendices 1.1 to 1.5.
He must put installation into operation on schedule by appendices 1.1 and 1.5, notify the national company of the transport network and inform him that the issuer has registered installation.
The national society of the transport network communicates the rate of compensation to the applicant (art. 3b, al. 1).
The applicant must file the announcement referred to in para. 2 at the latest one month after commissioning. Without announcement, he cannot claim that the compensation to the market price.
If the applicant transfers the facility to a new owner, it must immediately inform the national company of the transport network. Otherwise, the remuneration is paid to the former owner.

New content according to chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).
New content according to section I of the October 23 O. in force since Jan. 1, 2013. 2014 (2013 3631 RO).
Introduced by section I of O from 23 oct. in force since Jan. 1, 2013. 2014 (2013 3631 RO).

Art. 3hNon-compliance with the obligation to notify and deviations from the data provided in the decision announcement loses its mandatory character when: a. the applicant is not the time of notification of the progress of the project or commissioning set out in appendices 1.1 to 1.5; b. the production technique has changed compared to the announcement; c. requirements for significantly expanded or renovated facilities referred to in art. 3, art. 1, let. a or c, are not met; d. the location of installation varies considerably from the data provided in the announcement; e. the maximum exemption permitted under para. 4 is outdated.

The national society of the transport network then revokes the decision, unless there is in the case of the al. 1, let. a, c, or d, circumstances that are not attributable to the applicant. If a delay (para. 1 let. a) cannot be met for reasons of the same order, national society of transport network may extend it on request.
If commissioning takes place in time and only the corresponding announcement has been omitted, the national society of the transport network can then renounce the revocation or return on already pronounced revocation.
DETEC examines whether and to what extent projects deviate, at the time of commissioning, data provided in the advertisement.
If it turns out that the requirements referred to in art. 7, art. 4, of the Act (partial ceiling) can no longer be met or that the charged supplement is no longer enough DETEC may fix the maximum derogations allowed for each technology, for facilities that will be newly announced.

Introduced by chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).
New content according to section I of the October 23 O. in force since Jan. 1, 2013. 2014 (2013 3631 RO).
Introduced by section I of O from 23 oct. in force since Jan. 1, 2013. 2014 (2013 3631 RO).

Art. 3i announcement of the project to the Manager of network if the project concerns new facilities under art. 7a of the law, the applicants must announce their project to network managers at the latest at the time of the announcement referred to in art. 3g, al. 1. the network managers know within 30 days if the technical conditions to inject electricity produced by the new installation are met, or how soon they will be likely.

Art. 3iVersement of compensation balance group for renewable energy Manager pays each quarter to producers the compensation that deserve them, regardless of their power supply. If the financial means of the Fund referred to in art. 3 k and the product of recompense to the price of the market by balance groups insufficient payment of remuneration, the remuneration is paid pro rata in the current year. The difference is paid the following year.
If the amount of compensation is not consistent with the actual production, the corresponding amount is claimed producer or enhanced during the subsequent payment period.

Introduced by chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).

Art. 3iRespect of minimum requirements the minimum requirements are governed by appendices 1.1 to 1.5.
If they are not met, the compensation is temporarily removed. Production of the plant is then paid to the corresponding market price (art. 3b, para. 2), with retroactive effect for the period of assessment concerned. The remuneration perceived overpayment must be repaid.
When again, the minimum requirements are met, the remuneration due is paid at the end of the calendar year without interest.
In circumstances that are not attributable to him, the producer may expose to the national society of the transport network measures it intends to take to ensure that minimum requirements are met again. The national society of the transportation network can allow a period appropriate to take measures, accompanied, where appropriate, of charges. Until the expiry of this period, the right to compensation remains, insofar as the charges are observed.
If, after the expiration of the time limit, the minimum requirements are not met during a period of assessment, the facility production is rewarded to the corresponding market price, with retroactive effect for the period following the expiry of the period. The remuneration perceived overpayment must be repaid.

Introduced by chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).
New content according to section I of the Nov. 11 O. 2015, in force since Jan. 1. 2016 (2015 4781 RO).

Art. 3iExigences facilities significantly expanded or renovated so significantly expanded or renovated facilities requirements under art. 3, art. 1, let. b, or 2, are not met during a calendar year, art. 3i, al. 2 and 3, shall apply by analogy.
In the event of circumstances that are not attributable to the producer and when measures are possible to ensure that requirements are respected again, art. 3i, al. 4 and 5, shall apply by analogy.
In such cases and if no action can be taken, the national society of transport network can continue to pay compensation for a period appropriate. This duration can be mounted to a fifth more than the duration of compensation. Production of the plant is then paid to the market price for the period during which the requirements are not met.

Introduced by chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).

Art. 3iExtinction of the right to compensation the right to compensation ends early when: a. minimum requirements are not met several times and by there production of the plant was rewarded at the market price for three consecutive calendar years for at least a period of assessment; (b) the minimum requirements are not met one year after the expiry of the period granted under art. 3i, al. 4; c. requirements for facilities significantly expanded or renovated under art. 3, art. 1, let. b, or al. 2, are not met from the commissioning or, when commissioning precedes the announcement of the decision, from the announcement of the decision, for at least two of the first four calendar years.

The national society of the transport network shall revoke the decision.
When a producer whose right to compensation ended wants to make a new announcement for its installation, it must demonstrate during the announcement that the minimum requirements and significantly expanded or renovated facilities requirements can be met in a sustainable manner.

Introduced by chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).
New content according to section I of the nov 5 O. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3683 RO).


Art. 3iModifications after commissioning a producer whose installation has been commissioning in accordance with art. 3 h and who receives compensation or who was placed on the waiting list must announce to the national society of the network to transport any expansion and renovations at the latest one month before commissioning. It should show all changes to be made to the existing installation.
The compensation will be adapted to the new global power from the commissioning of the expansion or renovation. It is calculated as follows: a. photovoltaics: on the basis of the average weighted power, determining rate of compensation during the first start-up and commissioning of the expansion or renovation; b. other technical production: on the basis of the rate of compensation is critical during the first commissioning , pursuant to art. 3B, al. 1. the compensation is not extended.
If a facility is expanded or renovated through new investments and that they exceed the threshold referred to in art. 3, art. 1, let. a, and the duration of use referred to in art. 3, art. 1, let. c, the producer may choose: a. to request compensation according to para. 2; forgotten the source. to make a new announcement for the project.

Introduced by chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).
New content according to section I of the October 23 O. in force since Jan. 1, 2013. 2014 (2013 3631 RO).

Art. 3iNouvelle ad if the producer chooses to make a new announcement for the project and that he receives a positive decision, the compensation is adapted to the new global power. The rate of compensation applied during the commissioning of the expansion or renovation is crucial. As of the date of this commissioning, the duration of compensation will again run for the whole installation.
If, initially, the producer receives no positive decision, the project is registered on the waitlist without right of priority. While the project is on the waiting list, the compensation is calculated according to art. 3i, al. 2. introduced by chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).

Section 3 Supplement referred to in art. 15B of the Act art. 3jMontant, redefinition, and picking the supplement referred to in art. 15b, al. 1, law amounts to 1.3 ct overall. per kWh.
DETEC calls on the federal Council to redefine the supplement when the calculations for these categories reveal that it is necessary to adapt overall of at least 0.05 ct. per kWh. Must indicate in the application the distribution expected supplement between each use category.
To calculate the costs not covered, referred to in art. 15b, al. 1, let. a, of the law, it should be taken into account on the part of the remuneration to be paid to producers under arts. 7A and 28 a of the Act that will likely not be covered by market prices, as well as enforcement costs.
To calculate the costs referred to in art. 15b, al. 1, let. b of the Act, to take into account the remuneration to be paid to producers under arts. 7 and 28 d, art. 4, of the Act, as well as enforcement costs.
To calculate the costs corresponding to the public tenders and securities-related losses, to take account of the art. 5 and 17 c. The share of the compensation to the owner of a hydropower plant supplement is governed by art. 17th. the national society of the transportation network will be charged the supplement referred to in para. 1 network at least once a quarter for all categories of assignment managers.

New content according to chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).
New content according to chapter I of O on June 24, 2015, in force since Jan. 1. 2016 (2015 2279 RO).
Introduced by chapter I of O on June 25, 2014, in force since Jan. 1. 2015 (2014 2229 RO).

Art. 3 k Fund supplements national transport network society holds a separate account for each use of the supplement category.
The funds deposited in this account are carriers of interest to the normal conditions of the market for risk-free investments.

New content according to chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).

Section 4Droit to a refund of the extra art. 3 the decisive period and object of law the existence or not of the right to reimbursement, devoted to a final consumer, always appreciates against a year ended; If entitlement to the refund, the supplement paid during the period of the current fiscal is refunded in whole or in part.

Art. 3 m target agreement a final consumer wishing to request a refund of the surcharge must develop a convention proposal for objectives with an authorized private organization referred to in art. 3O, al. 1, let. a, and submit it to the OFEN for review, no later than three months prior to the closing of the fiscal year for which he seeks reimbursement.
The objectives agreement is with the Confederation. It has a duration of at least ten years and starts on January 1. She must understand each exercise in its entirety for which a refund is requested.
The target agreement sets a goal of energy efficiency for each calendar year reporting. She is met: a. If energy efficiency consumer for the duration of the agreement objectives is not less than the energy efficiency target set for the year in question for more than two consecutive years and overall during more than half of the years; (b) if the final consumer spends, in accordance with the agreement on objectives, within a period of three years after acceptance of the application for refund at least 20% of the amount of the refund to additional measures aimed at increasing energy efficiency, which would be uneconomic without taking into account of such 20%; etc. If the end consumer shall report to the SFOE on time.

The SFOE can extend every time up to two years the time limit for the use of the amount of the refund referred to in para. 3, let. b. new content according to chapter I of the O on May 13, 2015, in force since June 1, 2015 (RO 2015 1415).

Art. 3n report under the convention of objectives the final consumer has until May 31 of the following year to pass to the SFOE report on the calendar year under review.
The report the calendar year data that are critical in the context of the agreement on objectives and compares them with the data of the previous year. It includes at least the following data: a. consumption of energy of the final consumer with a comparison of actual values and the reference values; b. the energy efficiency measures implemented and their effect; (c) the efficiency of the end consumer with a comparison of actual values and the reference values; d. measures correction planned, where the set for the reporting year energy efficiency target was missed and the reasons why This has not been achieved; e. the investments made in accordance with art. 3 m, al. 3, let. b. the SFOE may request additional data, insofar as they are necessary to verify compliance with the agreement on objectives.

Art. (3) Adaptation of the agreement objectives the SFOE reviews on request or ex officio the adaptation of the agreement objectives.
It examines adaptation in all cases: a. If the energy efficiency of the final consumer is at least 30% lower or higher than the energy efficiency target set for the year concerned; ETB. If a significant modification of the facts underlying the agreement objectives is at the origin of the deviation from the goal of efficiency, this change is not only of temporary nature, especially in the case of significant change the structure or the commercial activity of the final consumer.

The final consumer shall inform without delay the SFOE in case of modification of the facts underlying the agreement objectives.
A possible adaptation of the objectives agreement comes with retroactive effect at the beginning of the year where change has deployed its effects.

Art. 3O case of hardship consumers whose electricity costs represent less than 5% of gross value added are getting a partial refund of the supplement which they meet: a. If they meet the conditions of the right to the refund referred to in art. 15b, al. 2, of the Act; b. If they are subject to competition; etc. If they can prove that the supplement the disadvantage considerably from their direct competitors in Switzerland who receive a refund of the surcharge, or from direct foreign competition.

The evidence of disadvantage compared with foreign competition should come out of the equivalent current prices as a reference.
Consumers meeting the conditions referred to in para. 1 receive 30% of the supplement which they meet.
Moreover, the requirements of sections 4 and 4 has apply, with the exception of art. 3O, al. 1, 2 sentence.


Section 4aprocedure refund of the extra art. refund 3oDemande the application for refund of the surcharge shall be sent to the SFOE no later than six months after the close of the fiscal year for which the refund is requested.
She must have at least the following data and documents: a. evidence of gross value added of the last closed fiscal year; (b) the confirmation by an authorized expert-reviewer referred to in art. 4 of the law of 16 December 2005 on the supervision of the revision, gross value added has been calculated correctly; (c) the evidence of the last closed fiscal year electricity costs; (d) the evidence of the quantity of electricity drawn off during the last closed fiscal year and paid accordingly supplement.

New content according to chapter I of the O on May 13, 2015, in force since June 1, 2015 (RO 2015 1415).
SR 221.302 art. gross added 3oValeur and electricity costs gross value added corresponds to the total value of goods and services produced in a process of production and services, under deduction of all the payments in advance. Depreciation and financing costs are not the payments in advance.
Electricity costs are the costs charged to consumers for the use of the network, the power supply as well as for fees and services provided to the public authorities, without the supplement and the value-added tax.
Gross value added and costs of electricity to final consumers must be established on the basis of the individual accounts of the closed fiscal year subject to a regular control.
Insofar as there is obligation to draw up financial statements according to a standard according to art. 962 of the code of obligations (CO), gross value added has to be established according to the "recommendations on the presentation of the accounts (Swiss GAAP RPC)" of the Foundation for the recommendations related to the presentation of the accounts or another accounting standard recognized in accordance with art. 1, al. 1, of the Ordinance of November 21, 2012 on the recognized accounting standards.
Companies that do not meet the requirements of the ordinary review according to art. 727, al. 1, CO may, by derogation from the al. 3 and 4, calculate gross value added according to the tax returns related value-added for the full year. Confirmation of an authorized expert-reviewer is not required in this case.

New content according to chapter I of the O on May 13, 2015, in force since June 1, 2015 (RO 2015 1415).
RS 220 www.fer.ch SR 221.432 art. 3O the SFOE application decides if the final consumer is entitled to the reimbursement of the surcharge based on the refund claim and the report which provides information on compliance with the convention of objectives.
If it does not yet report providing sufficient information concerning the full exercise and if it appears that the respect for the target agreement is threatened, the SFOE can wait to have received and evaluated the next report before making a decision.

New content according to chapter I of the O on May 13, 2015, in force since June 1, 2015 (RO 2015 1415).

Art. If the SFOE annual 3oVersement approves the request for reimbursement, the amount of the refund is paid to the final consumer in a period of two months after the repayment decision, taking into account any amounts paid in respect of art. 3O. partial repayment, the amount is calculated in accordance with Appendix 5.1.
The amount of the refund is not paid.

New content according to chapter I of the O on May 13, 2015, in force since June 1, 2015 (RO 2015 1415).

Art. monthly 3oVersement the consumer can request a monthly payment for the current year with the SFOE. This request also applies to the following exercises. It must contain the information and documents referred to in art. 3O, al. 2, let. a, c, and d, as long as they have not already been forwarded with the refund claim.
In case of monthly payment, 80% of the supplement to be likely to be repaid during the year underway is paid. Monthly payments are calculated in accordance with Appendix 5.2.
The following payments are made within a period of 30 days after approval of the application: a. 80% of the supplement to be likely to be repaid for the last financial year ended; (b) the amount calculated in accordance with para. 2 for the months of the current fiscal year that are passed up to the approval of the application.

The SFOE may at any time adjust the amounts paid on a monthly basis: a. in the case of changing the settings on which their calculation is based; b. when electricity to final consumers during the current year diverges significantly from its power consumption during the last closed fiscal year.

In case of modification of the parameters referred to in para. 4, including the sequestering electricity, the consumer must inform without delay the SFOE.
The amounts referred to in paras. 2 and 3 are charged on the final amount of the refund. If the refund request reveals a difference between the effective right of the consumer to be refunded and the total of the amounts paid for the year concerned, the difference is either paid to the final consumer, be returned to the Fund referred to in art. 3 k in case of amounts unduly received. If the minimum amount referred to in art. 15b, al. 2, let. c of the Act is not reached, the SFOE requesting the return, the Fund referred to in art. 3 k, of all amounts paid for the year concerned. No interest is perceived.

New content according to chapter I of the O on May 13, 2015, in force since June 1, 2015 (RO 2015 1415).

Art. 3oDemande for the return of improperly received refunds if the final consumer does not respect completely the agreement objectives, the SFOE demand restitution, in favour of the Fund referred to in art. 3 k, of all amounts reimbursed for the duration of the agreement objectives. No interest is perceived.

Introduced by chapter I of the O on May 13, 2015, in force since June 1, 2015 (RO 2015 1415).

Art. private 3oOrganisations the SFOE charge appropriate private organizations of the following: a. the proposal development convention objectives with final consumers; b. the convention proposal of objectives; c. helps to the final consumer in the context of the preparation of the report in accordance with art. 3n; d. review of the data and the documents referred to in art. 3O, al. 2. the final consumers concerned are required to work with these private organizations; They provide them with the necessary documents and provide access to their facilities during the normal working hours.

Formerly art. (3) Section 5 duty to announce and report, evaluation art. 3 p Obligation to announce the balance group for renewable energy Manager must announce quarterly at the national society of the network of transport in particular the quantity of electricity and the remuneration to be paid to the producers, according to production technology, category and class power.
National Society of transport network communicates network managers the circumstances determining for the resumption and compensation for electricity.

Introduced by section I of O from 11 nov. 2015, in force since Jan. 1. 2016 (2015 4781 RO).

Art. 3Q report the national society of the transportation network must submit a report to the SFOE on a quarterly basis about the following points: a. administration of the Fund under art. 3 k; b. the data according to art. 3 p, al. 1; c. enforcement costs.

New content according to section I of the Nov. 11 O. 2015, in force since Jan. 1. 2016 (2015 4781 RO).

Art. 3rEvaluation and publication the SFOE evaluates the given data on the basis of the art. 1 g and 3 p, al. 1, and those of the ad, including: a. the number of installations by technology and by canton; b. the overall power and annual output c. payments by power concerned with compensation; d. categories of producers and their part in all of the paid remunerations; e. the location of facilities, production and the compensation paid to producers; f. enforcement costs.

It can also integrate projects on the waiting list in the assessments.
It regularly publishes the results. The projects on the waiting list are excluded.
He published the following data on facilities with compensation: a. producer name and installation location; (b) used energy agent; c. category and installation type d. power; e. production; (f) amount of the compensation; g. date of announcement; h. date of commissioning; i. duration of compensation.

The data relating to a 30 kW power facilities are published in anonymous form.

Introduced by chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).
New content according to section I of the Nov. 11 O. 2015, in force since Jan. 1. 2016 (2015 4781 RO).
New content according to section I of the Nov. 11 O. 2015, in force since Jan. 1. 2016 (2015 4781 RO).
New content according to section I of the Nov. 11 O. 2015, in force since Jan. 1. 2016 (2015 4781 RO).
Introduced by section I of O from 11 nov. 2015, in force since Jan. 1. 2016 (2015 4781 RO).

Introduced by section I of O from 11 nov. 2015, in force since Jan. 1. 2016 (2015 4781 RO).

Art. 3sRenseignements on the principle of transparency and data protection provisions apply to individual information.
Information may be disclosed to the applicants on the position of their project on the waiting list.
Information may be shared with the cantons on a project or across projects planned or carried out on their territory, apart from the fact that these projects receive compensation or are on the waiting list.
Information may be disclosed to the Commons on a specific facility or facilities as a whole, as long as they are in operation, located on their territory and independently because they receive compensation or are on the waiting list.
The cantons and municipalities treat the received data in a confidential manner. They are especially not allowed to use for planning facilities to be carried out: a. by themselves; b. by one of their institutions; OUC. by a company to which they are involved.

Fees may be levied for the information given.

Introduced by chapter I of the August 17, 2011 (RO 2011 4067) O. New content according to section I of the Nov. 11 O. 2015, in force since Jan. 1. 2016 (2015 4781 RO).

Section 6 public tenders subject to the rules of the competition art. 4Appels to tender the SFOE launches every year public tenders for temporary efficiency regarding consumption.
Efficiency measures should target the reduction, with an as good as possible, electricity consumption, cost-utility ratio including buildings, vehicles, devices or industrial companies and service as well as an acceleration of the placing on the market of new technologies.
Projects or programs may be submitted by private or public bodies.
Only the projects or programs that would not be achieved without aid are taken into account. Aid is not renewable.

New content according to chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).

Art. 4Conduite and the SFOE procedure sets each year the essential points of aid and the conditions of participation in the tender procedure. It may exclude the help areas and some applications. Moreover, it can especially to limit the amount of assistance by project or program and exclude the participation of the Confederation project.
He can appeal to the cantons and private enforcement agencies.
Art. 3g, al. 3, shall apply by analogy to the decision-making procedure.

Introduced by chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).

Art. 4putting measures and assistance payment is paid once the efficiency measures have been implemented. If they have not been on the proposed date, aid is reduced appropriately, as a general rule based on the efficiencies achieved from what was intended.
In the case of planned long-term projects and programs, payments can already take place until measures have been fully implemented. The condition is, however, the intermediate objectives set are achieved. If an intermediate goal is not reached, additional aid may be refused.
All recipients of assistance must make available the SFOE and the bodies responsible for execution the data necessary for the verification of the efficiencies and ensure access to the installations concerned.

Introduced by chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).

Art. 4Evaluation the SFOE carries out assessments, including: a. project and program managers; b. the brief description of the projects and the programs; c. electricity savings expected and realized; d. the effectiveness of costs (aid per kWh saved).

He publishes the results each year.

Introduced by chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).

Art. 5supplement the calculation of the supplement referred to in art. 15b, al. 1, let. b of the Act takes into account the foreseeable costs of aid and enforcement costs.

New content according to chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).

Chapter 2bRenonciation and renewals to the model of remuneration referred to in art. 7a of the law art. 6. the producers referred to in art. 7a of the law may waive the compensation of the injected current model for the end of a calendar year. They must to do comply with a period of notice of one month.
They have the ability to adhere to this model of compensation later. The balance group for renewable energy is required to take and pay for electricity from the beginning of the calendar year.
Producers seeking to adhere to the model of compensation provided in art. 7a of the law must announce themselves again at the latest three months before the end of a calendar year with the national company of the transport network. It shall notify them its decision at least two months before the end of the calendar year. For the rest, the provisions of the art. 3g, 3g and 3 h, al. 3, shall apply by analogy to the procedure.
Producers must inform the balance group concerned of their renewals at least one month before the end of the calendar year.
With regard to the facilities of the producers referred to in para. 2, compensation is based on the costs of returns during the year of construction.

New content according to section I of the nov 5 O. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3683 RO).

Chapter 2 c...

Art. 6 introduced by section 2 of the annex to the O on March 14, 2008, on the supply of electricity (RO 2008 1223). Repealed by no I of O of 17 August 2011, with effect from Jan 1. 2012 (2011 4067 RO).

Single 2dretribution chapter for new small photovoltaic installations art. 6B right to compensation and right of option only operators of photovoltaic plants of less than 30 kW power can claim a unique compensation under art. 7a of the law as far as the new installation or the installation significantly expanded or renovated was established in service after January 1, 2013.
Operators of facilities put into service between January 1, 2006 and December 31, 2012 may also qualify for a single fee, as long as they have announced their project before 31 December 2012 at the latest for compensation referred to in section 2A (compensation of injection according to art. 7A of the Act).
Operators of facilities with a power of 10 kW less than 30 kW can opt between the remuneration of the injection and a unique compensation. A 10 kW power facilities may only claim compensation only.

Art. 6 c Procedure with the national company of the transport network operators have announced a project under art. 3g announced the commissioning of their installation in the national company of the transport network and simultaneously transmit the documents referred to in the Appendix 1.8.
Operators can opt between the remuneration of the injection and a unique compensation (art. 6b, para. 3) exercise this right to permanently when they announce the commissioning of their installation.
The national society of the transport network communicates by way of decision, the amount of compensation unique to operators wishing to benefit from a unique compensation and eligible.
She quickly proceeds to the single compensation payment; the waiting list (art. 3g, para. 2 and 3) is irrelevant in this regard.
The amount of unique compensation does not earn interest.
Any requests for the return of the single compensation are governed by Appendix 1.8.

New content according to section I of the nov 5 O. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3683 RO).
Introduced by the I of O ch. 5 nov. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3683 RO).

Art. 6 d rate of the single compensation and adaptation unique compensation rates are based on Appendix 1.8.
DETEC rates periodically reviews and adapts them according to art. 7 a of the Act when: a. the reference installation costs have changed considerably; b. compared with all the available means (art. 15 b, para. 4, of the Act), the financial needs for the single remuneration or for commitments set out in art. 7A, 15A and 15A of the law changed so that you have significantly more or substantially fewer resources for unique retribution.

Art. 6eEvaluation and for the evaluation of data and information, the provisions of the art. 3R and 3 s are applicable by analogy.

Introduced by the I of O ch. 5 nov. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3683 RO).

Chapter 3 facilities, vehicles and equipment art. 7 energy expert facilities, vehicles and devices manufactured in series appearing in the appendices and whose energy consumption is not negligible are subject to the procedure of energy expertise.

DETEC can, in complying with harmonized international standards, and, as appropriate, national standards, and after consultation with the professional bodies recognized, fix: a. consumption values to be determined for each mode of operation; (b) the documents that the applicant must present to the energy expert c. methods of expertise, measurement and calculation; d. the technical requirements to satisfy the purpose of expertise; e. the content of the expert report; f. controls by the cantonal and federal authorities.

For each expertise, the competent services prepare a report (para. 2, let. e) to the address of the applicant.

New content according to section I of the Dec. 7 O. 2001, in force since Jan. 1. 2002 (RO 2002 181).
New content according to chapter I of the O from 10 nov. 2004, in force since Jan. 1. 2005 (RO 2004 4709).

Art. 8 repealed by no I of O from 10 nov. 2004, with effect from Jan 1. 2005 (RO 2004 4709).

Art. 9 repealed by no I of O on June 24, 2009, with effect from Jan 1. 2010 (2009 3473 RO).

Art. 10 requirements for energy efficiency, to the circulation and supply and requirements relating to energy efficiency, to the circulation to the provision of facilities and devices are attached in appendices 2.1 to 2.22.
Anyone who puts into circulation or provides facilities and devices referred to in the appendices referred to in para. 1 must: a. be able to present a statement of compliance certifying that the requirements laid down in appendices are met; b. keep available the technical documentation allowing the SFOE to verify whether the requirements laid down in appendices are met.

The declaration of conformity and the technical documentation must be formulated in an official language or in English. Technical documentation can be written in another language if the information necessary to enjoy it are given in an official language or in English.
The declaration of conformity and the technical documentation must be submitted for a period of 10 years after the production facility or unit. In the case of series production, the period begins to run when the last copy.
Requirements relating to energy efficiency, to the circulation and the provision laid down in appendices referred to in the al. 1 also apply to people who acquire devices concerned for their own use in a professional setting and facilities.

New content according to section I of the October 23 O. in force since Jan. 1, 2013. 2014 (2013 3631 RO).
New content according to chapter I of the O on May 13, 2015, in force since June 1, 2015 (RO 2015 1415).
New content according to chapter I of the O on June 25, 2014, in effect since August 1, 2014 (RO 2014 2193).
Introduced by section I of O from 23 oct. 2013 (2013 3631 RO). New content according to chapter I of the O on June 25, 2014, in effect since August 1, 2014 (RO 2014 2193).

Art. 11Indication of the specific energy use and marking anyone who puts into circulation or provides facilities, vehicles and devices subject to the procedure of energy expertise under art. 7, al. 1, must indicate the specific energy consumption and other characteristics in accordance with appendices 2.1 to 3.11.
The information provided must learn of uniform and comparable way on the consumption of energy and other resources as well as the utility for each mode of operation. The content, form and presentation of the signs (marking) requirements are set out in the appendices.
The indications from abroad will be recognized if they are comparable with those coming from Switzerland (art. 21, para. 2).

New content according to section I of the October 23 O. in force since Jan. 1, 2013. 2014 (2013 3631 RO).
New content according to chapter I of the O on June 25, 2014, in effect since August 1, 2014 (RO 2014 2193).

Chapter 3abatiment art. 11 has when they enact the provisions referred to in art. 9, al. 3, of the Act, the cantons are based on cantonal requirements harmonized.
Objectives agreements with large consumers must, to the extent possible, be harmonized between the cantons or Confederation.
When goals with big consumer agreements meet the requirements of the directive of 2 July 2007 on the measures freely granted to reduce energy consumption and CO2 emissions, or a big consumer is committed to the Confederation to reduce CO2 emissions in accordance with the Act on CO2, the SFOE realizes audits and monitoring.
Are especially known renovations of scope within the meaning of art. 9, al. 3, let. d of the Act: a. the full remediation of systems of heating and hot water; b. sanitation energy buildings with heating, when the counting is done by building and that the envelope of one or several buildings is reorganized to more than 75%.

Chapter 4 Promotion, risk coverage and compensation of remediation in the case of hydroelectric Section 1 measures art. 12 information and advice the cantons, communes and private organizations receive support when they organize events and develop publications for a purpose of information and advice. This support means that the efforts are part of the line of the energy policy of the Confederation and the cantons.
Together with the cantons and private organisations concerned, the SFOE is developing instruments of enforcement of the Act and this order, including the recommendations specifying: a. how calculate and set the compensation due for the injected energy (art. 7, para. 1 and 2, 7A, para. 2, and 28 a, para. 1, LEne); (b) the conditions of connection of energy producers referred to the art. 7, 7A and 28a of the law.

New content according to point 2 of the annex to the O of March 14, 2008, on the supply of electricity, in force since Jan. 1. 2009 (2008 1223 RO).

Art. 13 training and development training and development of the individuals responsible for tasks related to the Act and this order are the subject of support, including: a. through financial contributions to the activities organized by the cantons and municipalities or private organizations responsible for tasks which under the Act and this order; b. through activities (e.g. courses specialized seminars) set up by the SFOE.

The SFOE support, together with the cantons, associations and specialised institutes at all levels, training and the development of energy specialists, including in the following ways: a. development of a range of courses for the training and the development; (b) preparation of teaching materials; c. development of teachers; d. development and maintenance of an information system.

Support training and development on an individual basis (e.g. scholarships) is excluded.

Art. 14 research, development and demonstration the encouragement of basic research, applied research and the initial development of new technologies in the context of multiannual programmes is governed by arts. 23 to 25 of the law of 7 October 1983 the research.
Pilot facilities and demonstration and pilot and demonstration projects in the field of energy can benefit, after consultation with the canton concerned, to support: a. when they promote the efficient and rational use of energy or using renewable energy; b. when the potential application and the probabilities of success of the project are sufficiently important; c. when the project is consistent with the energy policy of the Confederation etd. When the results are available to the public and communicated to the interested circles.

The al. 2 is applicable by analogy to support analyses and field tests.

RS 420.1 new content according to section I of the nov 5 O. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3683 RO).

Art. 15 use of energy and the waste heat measures likely to promote a rational use and saving of energy and the use of the waste heat and renewable energies can be supported if: a. they are taken as part of a promotional Confederation program; (b) they have an example or importance in terms of the energy economy , or sic. they have an important role to play in the introduction of technology.

The support is provided only when a measure: a. complies with the energy policy of the Confederation and the State of the art; b. reduced energy consumption-related pollution or encourages saving and rational energy use; c. does not significantly affect the used waters, as appropriate; ETD. is not profitable without support.

Support for the use of hydraulic force is limited to hydropower plants having a theoretical average mechanical power up to 10 MW.
The use of wood for energy purposes is being a support in the preparation, storage and the logging of forests, waste wood, wood recovery and the wood of the prairies.

Measures for recovery of heat produced by chemical processes subject to financial support for all the necessary technical facilities, but not for the system or installation elements required by the processes themselves.

New content according to section I of the nov 5 O. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3683 RO).
New content according to chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).

Section 2 Contributions financial art. 16 financial aid related to financial assistance related to an object objects may be granted for measures according to art. 13 of the Act when a project meets the requirements of art. 15 and: a. its realization is of national interest and of great importance for the energy policy of the Confederation; forgotten the source. that it is located on the territory of several cantons.

New content according to section I of the nov 5 O. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3683 RO).

Art. 16aContributions overall for information and advice, as well as the training and development of the overall contributions are granted for programmes of the cantons to support the measures in line with art. 11, al. 1, of the Act, when the canton in question: a. has a legal basis for the support of at least a measure consistent with art. 11, al. 1, of the Act; b. has a cantonal programme and releases a financial credit corresponding; etc does not overall contributions in accordance with art. 15 of the Act for programs dealing with measures of this kind.

Global contributions may be granted for the programmes of the cantons to support the measures in accordance with the art. 10 and 11, al. 2, of the Act, when the canton in question: a. has a legal basis for the support of at least a measure into conformity with the art. 10 and 11, al. 2, of the Act; b. has a cantonal programme and releases a financial credit corresponding; etc does not overall contributions in accordance with art. 15 of the Act for programs dealing with measures of this kind.

In the overall contributions may be granted for: a. documentation, the public relations work; b. exhibitions, events, contest; c. courses and the training; d. advice to objects and processes, analyses.

The individual projects of the cantons receive support only in exceptional cases.
Overall contributions are also given to the programmes jointly by several cantons.
The overall contributions cannot exceed the credit released by the canton.

Introduced by chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).
New content according to section I of the nov 5 O. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3683 RO).
New content according to section I of the nov 5 O. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3683 RO).
Introduced by the I of O ch. 5 nov. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3683 RO).

Art. 16bRemboursement of the balances of the overall contributions and obligation to report funds that have not been used in the year must be repaid to the Federal Government. The SFOE may, however, accept their report on the program of the following year.
The cantons aimed at the SFOE, for the 31 March of the following year, a report on their program, which provides information appropriate on: a. the number and the nature of the measurements so that the financial means incurred in this context; b. financial resources not used as well as any balance to be carried forward to the following year federal contribution.

The SFOE's request documentation to the report must be made available.

Introduced by chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).

Art. 17 overall contributions to the use of energy and the waste heat of the overall contributions may be granted for the programmes of the cantons to support the measures in line with art. 13 of the Act, including for investment and marketing programmes, when the canton in question: a. has a legal basis for the support of at least a measure consistent with art. 13 of the Act; b. releases a financial credit corresponding; etc does not submit the authorization of measures according to art. 13 of the Act to overly severe conditions.


Global contributions may also be granted to programs carried out jointly by several cantons.
The cantons aimed at the SFOE, for the 31 March of the following year, a report on their program, which provides information appropriate: a. energy savings expected and achieved through the program as well as the share of renewable energies and in energy consumption heat recovery; b. anticipated and made investment thanks to the program in view of a possible windfall effect; (c) the total amount of the committed financial resources, distributed according to the part of the Confederation and the cantons and the areas of promotion, including the average level of financial assistance paid; (d) the financial resources not used as well as any balance to be carried forward to the following year federal contribution.

The SFOE's request documentation to the report must be made available.

New content according to chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).
New content according to section I of the nov 5 O. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3683 RO).
Repealed by no I of O Dec. 7. 2001, with effect from Jan 1. 2002 (RO 2002 181).
New content according to section I of the nov 5 O. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3683 RO).
New content according to section I of the Dec. 7 O. 2001, in force since Jan. 1. 2002 (RO 2002 181).

Section 2aCouverture of risks art. 17A principle bail may be granted to cover the risks of a geothermal facility if it meets the requirements set out in Appendix 1.6.
The national transport network company pays bail if drilling and testing referred to in Appendix 1.6 are referred to as total or partial failure.
The SFOE is responsible for defining the specific minimum requirements by means of directives.

Art. 17b Procedure bonds to announce the applicant has filed his application for bail for the risk coverage from the national company of the transport network.
The SFOE establishes an expert group to review the request made to the national society of the transport network and to support the project. The group can appeal to other experts for the performance of its tasks.
Requirements for the query, the procedure, to the tasks of the expert group and a possible restitution are governed by Appendix 1.6.
The national society of the transportation network is required to announce immediately to the SFOE applications for granting of bail for the coverage of risks, obligations and losses arising from such bonds as well as the completed installations.

New content according to chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).

Art. 17csupplement for losses resulting from deposits the calculation of the supplement referred to in art. 15b, al. 1, let. c of the Act must take into account the facilities planned and completed for the exploitation of geothermal energy as well as enforcement costs.

New content according to chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).

Section 2bIndemnisation of remediation in the case of hydro art. 17dDemande for actions under art. 83a of the Federal law of 24 January 1991 on the protection of waters (WPA) or according to art. 10 of the Federal Act of 21 June 1991 on fishing (LFSP), the holder of a hydroelectric plant may apply for reimbursement of costs to the competent cantonal authority.
This request must be made before the start of construction work or the preparation of acquisitions of some significance (art. 26, para. 1, of the Act of 5 October 1990 on subsidies, LSu).
The requirements are governed by Appendix 1.7, ch. 1.

New content according to chapter I of the O on May 13, 2015, in force since June 1, 2015 (RO 2015 1415).
RS 814.20 RS 923.0 RS 616.1 art. 17dCommunication and verification of the application by the cantonal authority after receipt of the request, the cantonal authority shall immediately communicate the following information to the federal Office for the environment (FOEN) and the national society of the transportation network: a. the date of filing of the application; (b) the name of the applicant; c. the type of remediation measures; d. costs likely; e. the date unlikely at the end of implementation measures; f. information on possible applications of payment scheduled for shutters of the measures that have been completed.

The cantonal authority checks if the application is complete.
If the application is complete, review in accordance with the criteria in Appendix 1.7, Nos. 2 and 3, and shall forward the application with its opinion, to the FOEN.
If the application is not complete, it shall immediately inform the FOEN and the national society of the transport network. She informs the latter as soon as the necessary documents so that the request is complete have been transmitted.


Introduced by chapter I of the O on May 13, 2015, in force since June 1, 2015 (RO 2015 1415).

Art. 17dOctroi and likely amount of compensation the FOEN examines the request in accordance with the criteria in Appendix 1.7, Nos. 2 and 3, and establishes, in agreement with the cantonal authority, a proposal for the granting of compensation and, where appropriate, the amount likely, addressed to the national society of the transport network.
The national society of the transport network shall notify the holder of the plant by a decision if a compensation is granted and, where appropriate, the amount likely.

Introduced by chapter I of the O on May 13, 2015, in force since June 1, 2015 (RO 2015 1415).

Art. 17dPlan of payments when applications filed exceeds the available resources, the national society of the transport network establishes a payment plan.
The order of payments is determined by the date of filing of the complete application by the cantonal authority.

Introduced by chapter I of the O on May 13, 2015, in force since June 1, 2015 (RO 2015 1415).

Art. 17dListe of costs after implementation of the measures, the holder of a hydroelectric power plant back to the competent cantonal authority a list of actual costs. In the case of expensive measures, it can give this list after a part of the measures.
Costs are governed by Appendix 1.7, ch. 3.
The competent cantonal authority evaluates the list of actual costs as for the accountability of the costs covered by the claim and forward it, with its opinion, to the FOEN.
The FOEN examines the list of costs and establishes, in agreement with the competent cantonal authority, a proposal concerning the amount of compensation, to the national society of the transport network.

Introduced by chapter I of the O on May 13, 2015, in force since June 1, 2015 (RO 2015 1415).

Art. 17ddecision about the actual amount of compensation the national company of the transport network shall notify the holder of the plant by a decision the amount of compensation based on costs.

Introduced by chapter I of the O on May 13, 2015, in force since June 1, 2015 (RO 2015 1415).

Art. 17dapplicabilite of the USL in addition, Chapter 3 of the USL is applicable.

Introduced by chapter I of the O on May 13, 2015, in force since June 1, 2015 (RO 2015 1415).

Art. 17esupplement for compensation to the holder of a hydroelectric power plant the supplement within the meaning of art. 15b, al. 1, let. d, law amounts to 0.1 ct. / kWh. The proceeds of the surcharge, after deduction of the costs of execution, is used to compensation to the holder of a hydroelectric plant.

New content according to chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).

Section 3 Procedure art. 18 contents of requests requests for financial aid related to an object must contain all the indications and the parts necessary for the verification of the legal, technical and economic conditions and operating conditions, in particular: a. the name of the applicant or its business; (b) the list of cantons and municipalities on the territory of which the planned work will take place; c. description , the purpose, the date of construction and the probable duration of the work planned; d. costs, with an indication of the contributions of third parties and expected contributions from the Confederation.

Related to the overall contributions of the cantons requests must contain all data and all documents necessary for the examination of the legal requirements, in particular: a. a description of the cantonal promotional program and an indication of the legal basis corresponding; (b) the amount of the cantonal credit granted or proposed.

New content according to chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).

Art. 19 filing of motions and opinion of the cantons financial queries related to an object must be presented to the SFOE at least three months prior to the implementation or execution of the project.
Related to the overall contributions queries are addressed to the SFOE no later than 31 October of the previous year.
When a financial request related to an object is of a certain political meaning or technique for the cantons, the SFOE submits it to the canton concerned for an opinion.

New content according to section I of the nov 5 O. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3683 RO).

Art. 20 examination of applications the SFOE statue within a period of three months after receipt of the complete documents on applications for financial aid related to a purpose and within a period of two months after receipt of the complete documents on queries relating to the overall contributions. Exceptionally, these periods can be extended to one or two months. There is no subjective right to financial assistance tied to an object or to a global contribution.
For the examination of requests for financial aid related to an object and queries relating to the overall contributions, the SFOE can appeal to experts.

The SFOE informs the cantons of the decision when it comes to a request for financial assistance tied to an object.
The SFOE sets out an overview of the contributions and payments made.

New content according to section I of the nov 5 O. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3683 RO).
New content according to section I of the nov 5 O. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3683 RO).
New content according to chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in force since Jan. 1. 2012 (2011 4067 RO).
Repealed by no I of O from 5 nov. with effect from Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3683 RO).
New content according to section I of the nov 5 O. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3683 RO).

Chapter 4acooperation international art. 20a the Department federal environmental, transport, energy and communications (DETEC) is authorized to conclude international agreements of minor scope within the meaning of art. 7, art. 2, of the Act of 21 March 1997 on the Organization of Government and administration in cooperation in energy research under the International Energy Agency (IEA) and the Agency for nuclear energy (NEA) of the Organization for cooperation and development (OECD).
It may delegate this power to the federal energy Office or federal inspection of nuclear security.

RS 172.010 Chapter 5 enforcement and analyzes effects art. 21 execution cantons run art. 11A with the assistance of the SFOE.
The SFOE runs the other provisions of this order. To the extent possible, the execution of the art. 7 to 11 is integrated to the expertise procedures and the required measures for the marketing of the facilities, vehicles and appliances. These are in particular the provisions relating to facilities and vehicles exhaust gas.
The SFOE and the cantons coordinate execution.

New content according to point 2 of the annex to the O of March 14, 2008, on the supply of electricity, in force since Jan. 1. 2009 (2008 1223 RO).

Art. 21aLaboratoires test and evaluation of compliance laboratories test and evaluation of conformity that develop reports or certificates must: a. be accredited pursuant to the order of June 17, 1996 on accreditation and designation; b. be recognized in Switzerland under international agreements; OUC. be eligible for another title by Swiss law.

Anyone who relies on documents originating from one laboratory other than those referred to in para. 1 should make it likely that the methods applied by the said laboratory and qualifications meet the Swiss (art. 18, para. 2, THG).

Introduced by section I of O from 10 nov. 2004, in force since Jan. 1. 2005 (RO 2004 4709).
SR 946.512 art. Subsequent 22controles and measures the SFOE control if marking of electricity, the calculation, refund and postponement of costs, as well as mechanisms and devices put into circulation and provided are consistent with this order. To this end, it carries out inspections by sampling and it looks at the situation when there are presumptions based irregularities.
The SFOE is empowered in particular to require documents and information necessary so to request samples and organize controls to establish the evidence of conformity, control the conditions of connection laid down for fossil fuels and renewable energy as well as the electricity of renewable agents, and check the public tenders and cover risks.
If the person who puts into circulation or providing facilities or devices does not, or does not present in their entirety, documents required at the end of the deadline set by the OFEN, the latter may order energy expertise. The person who put into circulation or provided the object in question meets the costs of expertise.
When it is clear controls or expertise that the requirements of this order have been violated, the SFOE decides to appropriate measures. It can notably ban put into circulation and delivery, order the withdrawal, the receivership and the confiscation and publish what he ordered.

New content according to section I of the O on October 19. 2011, in force since Jan. 1. 2012 (2011 4799 RO).


Art. 22aCommunication data to the Directorate-General of customs for the execution of the order of 20 November 1996 on the taxation of mineral oils, the SFOE communicates to the General Directorate of customs below data to power generators that produce electricity from biomass: a. the identity and address of the natural or legal persons and associations of persons; b. guidance on the kind , the amount and the source of the materials first biogenic; (c) information on the type, quantity and origin of fuels and fuels from materials first biogenic; d. guidance on energy (electricity and heat) from fuels and fuels; (e) guidance on installation, in particular manufacturing process, ability, power, performance and the date of commissioning.

Introduced by section 2 of the annex to the O from 23 oct. in force since Jan. 1, 2013. 2014 (2013 4479 RO).
SR 641.611 art. 23 private organizations when this order provides otherwise, not private organizations that is appealed under the Act and this order should finance themselves. As part of its implementing powers, the SFOE can assume fully or partially the cost of agreed tasks. He applies the rates established by the Confederation for the experts and agents.
Collaboration with private organizations must provide to the Confederation and the cantons of the technical and financial benefits as well as a gain of time, compared to a conventional execution.
The SFOE supervises; It coordinates the activities of the organizations private for the benefit of a warrant.

New content according to point 2 of the annex to the O of March 14, 2008, on the supply of electricity, in force since Jan. 1. 2009 (2008 1223 RO).

Art. 24 content of the performance mandate by the performance, DETEC mandate assigns to an organization according to art. 23, after consultation with the cantons, objectives or specific programs, or specific tasks that apply to a specific area.
The performance mandate should in particular define: a. General requirements that must meet the Organization and conditions of the mandate; b. the tasks and objectives and deadlines c. evaluation of the benefits and the possible adaptation of the objectives criteria; d. granted financial resources and the terms of payment; e. the content, scope and form of the tests on the effects of the measures taken, as well as the applicable method; f. content the scope, form and schedule reports to be sent to the DETEC; g. the penalties for noncompliance of the performance mandate.

Art. 25 expertise, changes and penalties for noncompliance of the performance the DETEC mandate review every two years the degree of compliance with the objectives and services provided.
When considering the degree of compliance with the objectives, it takes into account the economic situation of the evolution of prices and the effect of other measures.
Each of the parties to the contract can require an adaptation of the mandate benefits, in particular the objectives and schedule, in the case of significant changes, escaping their responsibility, compared to the General conditions according to para. 2 If the DETEC notes that, for reasons under the responsibility of the mandated private organizations, the objectives of the performance mandate cannot be reached in time, he may terminate the contract with immediate effect after a written warning without effect.

Art. 26 analysis of the effects...
The SFOE can assign mandates to third parties in the context of the analysis of the effects of the measures provided for by the law and its implementing provisions.
The cantons, local authorities and other interested parties free data and documents necessary for this analysis.

Repealed by no 2 of the appendix to O on March 14, 2008, on electricity supply, with effect from Jan 1. 2009 (2008 1223 RO).

Chapter 6 provisions criminal art. 27 repealed by no 2 of annex 2 to the O from 22 nov. 2006 on the emoluments of the SFOE with effect from Jan 1. 2007 (RO 2006 4889).

Art. 28...

Will be punished in accordance with art. 28 of the Act anyone, intentionally or by negligence: a. put into circulation or provided illegally facilities and devices (art. 10); b omitted to indicate the specific energy consumption or other characteristics in accordance with appendices 2.1 to 3.11, or provided in a wrong or incomplete aura, when putting into circulation or the supply of vehicles installations or devices (art. 11); c. neglected to fulfill the obligation of marking (art. 1 (a); d. neglected to fulfill the duty to information (art. 1 b); e. violated the requirements for the guarantee of origin (article 1 d); f. provided during the procedure of announcement or decision, incorrect or incomplete information that was essential for the evaluation of the project (art. 3 g and 17 b); (g) breach of a duty to announce (article 1f 3 p and art. 17b, al. (4); h. used labels, signs, symbols or annotations that may lead to confusion with the marking according to Appendix 2.1 to 3.11 (art. 11).

New content according to section I of the Dec. 7 O. 2001, in force since Jan. 1. 2002 (RO 2002 181).
Repealed by no 2 of annex 2 to the O from 22 nov. 2006 on the emoluments of the SFOE with effect from Jan 1. 2007 (RO 2006 4889).
New content according to point 2 of the annex to the O of March 14, 2008, on the supply of electricity, in force since Jan. 1. 2009 (2008 1223 RO).
New content according to section I of the O on October 19. 2011, in force since Jan. 1. 2012 (2011 4799 RO).
New content according to chapter I of the O on June 25, 2014, in effect since August 1, 2014 (RO 2014 2193).
Introduced by section I of O from 10 nov. 2004, in force since Jan. 1. 2005 (RO 2004 4709).
Introduced by section I of O from 10 nov. 2004, in force since Jan. 1. 2005 (RO 2004 4709).
Introduced by section 2 of the annex to the O of March 14, 2008, on the supply of electricity, in force since Jan. 1. 2009 (2008 1223 RO).
New expression by clause I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO). This mod has been taken throughout the text.
Introduced by section 2 of the annex to the O of March 14, 2008, on the supply of electricity, in force since Jan. 1. 2009 (2008 1223 RO).
Introduced by section 2 of the annex to the O of March 14, 2008, on the supply of electricity, in force since Jan. 1. 2009 (2008 1223 RO).
Introduced by section I of O from 23 oct. 2013 (2013 3631 RO). New content according to chapter I of the O on June 25, 2014, in effect since August 1, 2014 (RO 2014 2193).

Chapter 7 provisions final art. 28aModification of appendices 1.1 to 1.6 the DETEC can adapt appendices 1.1 to 1.6 to technical and economic developments.

Introduced by section 2 of the annex to the O of March 14, 2008, on the supply of electricity, in force since Jan. 1. 2009 (2008 1223 RO).

Art. Transitional 29Dispositions the amendment of March 14, 2008 the art. 1, let. a to f and h, 2 to 5 and 5A, al. 1, of the Ordinance on energy in his version of 7 December 1998, as well as the art. 1 d, al. 1, 5 and 6, 1 g, 3B, al. 2, 3 k, 3q and 22 of the present order apply by analogy to existing contracts referred to in art. 28, art. 1, of the Act.
For installations referred to in art. 28, art. 1, of the Act, the national society of the transportation system reimburses each quarter to network management costs referred to in art. 5, art. 1, of the energy Ordinance, in its version of 7 December 1998, in accordance with the recommendations of the SFOE provided for in art. 12, al. 2 of this order. If the financial means of the Fund mentioned in art. 3 k of this order are not sufficient to reimburse the additional costs, there is a partial payment during the current year. The difference is paid the following year.
The conditions of the art. 3 to 3q and art. 6 of this order apply to the facilities for the benefit of existing contracts within the meaning of art. 2, al. 1, of the energy Ordinance, in its version of December 7, 1998, which have been put in service after December 31, 2005.
The SFOE will set may 1, 2008, for the year 2008, increases in capacity for photovoltaic systems: a. a rate of increase for the facilities which will be available from May 1, 2008, of the required information about the announcement and the progress of the project; b. a rate increase for installations for which a positive decision will likely be taken by December 31, 2008.

The SFOE will set for the first time in the first half of September 2008 the supplement on the costs of transport of high-voltage networks referred to in art. 3j, al. 1, art. 5, al. 1, and art. 17 c, al. 1.

The Commission of electricity under art. 21 of the Act of 23 March 2007 on the supply of electricity shall rule on disputes relating to the conditions of connection for energy production facilities and supplements on the cost of transport referred to in art. 7 of the Act, in the version of 26 June 1998, about which no cantonal authority of first instance will be pending in the first January 2009.

New content according to point 2 of the annex to the O of March 14, 2008, on the supply of electricity, in force since Jan. 1. 2009, with the exception of the al. 4 and 5 which are in effect on May 1, 2008 (RO 2008 1223).
RO 1999 207 new content according to chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).
RS 734.7 art. Transitional 29aDisposition the amendment of May 4, 2011 the supplement on the transport costs of the networks to high voltage to the senses of the art. 17th will be taken starting in 2012.

Introduced by section 2 of the annex to the O of May 4, 2011, in force since June 1, 2011 (RO 2011 1955).

Art. Transitional 29bDispositions the amendment of August 17, 2011 for electricity which has not been injected in accordance with art. 7(a) of the Act or on the basis of contracts between producers and managers of network as part of the increase in capacity according to art. 7b of the Act, the obligation referred to in art. 1 d, al. 2, concerning the registration and the guarantee of origin applies only as of January 1, 2013.

Introduced by chapter I of O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).

Art. Transitional 29cDispositions of changes to March 7, 2014 managers network that still could not, for reasons related to the operation or technical, proceed to the measure or the calculation of energy to pay according to the requirements of art. 2, al. 2-2, can determine the energy to pay based on the old law, until they are able to implement the new requirements, but until 31 December 2014 at the latest.
If acting exercises beginning in 2013 and ending in 2014, the entitlement to the refund is appreciated, in proportion to the time, under the old law until December 31, 2013 and under the new law from 1 January 2014. If a consumer requests the reimbursement of the surcharge for the part of the falling exercise in 2014, it must provide the data referred to in art. 3O, al. 2, in proportion to the time. In derogation from art. 3 m, al. 2, 2 sentence, only the part of the falling exercise in 2014 must be included in the agreement on objectives.
Regarding exercises falling at least in part in 2014, the deadline referred to in art. 3 m, al. 1, does not apply when it has the effect that a convention proposal for objectives to be concluded with the Federal should already be sent for review by December 31, 2014. In derogation from art. 3 m, al. 1, it is sufficient in such cases as the final consumer: a. agrees with the SFOE, until June 30, 2014, at the latest, to pass by the end of the year a convention proposal for objectives to conclude with the Confederation and to begin January 1, 2014 (art. 28 d, para. 1, of the Act); b. communicates for review at the SFOE a convention proposal for objectives until 31 December 2014 at the latest etc. concluded the agreement objectives until 31 March 2015 at the latest.

Introduced by section I of O on March 7, 2014, in force since April 1. 2014 (2014 611 RO).

Art. Transitional 29dDispositions of the change of November 5, 2014 when resources are again available for the year 2015 according to art. 3g, al. 3, para. 4, let. b, point 1, shall apply by analogy to the projects to which the notice of service or communication of the progress of the project or, for installations of small hydro and wind facilities, the second communication on the progress of the project, was transmitted at the latest January 31, 2015, the national transport network society.

Introduced by the I of O ch. 5 nov. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3683 RO).

Art. 30 repeal of the law in force are repealed: a. the order of 22 January 1992 on the energy; (b) the Ordinance of 18 December 1995 on the reduction of the specific fuel consumption of automobiles; c. Appendix 3.3, to December 31, 2008.

[RO 1992 397, 1993-818-2366, 1994 1168 1839, 1995 2760, 1996 2243 ch. I 64]
[RO 1996 108, 1998 1796 art. 1 c. 10]
Introduced by section 2 of the annex to the O of March 14, 2008, on the supply of electricity, in force since Jan. 1. 2009 (2008 1223 RO).

Art. 31 entry into force this order comes into force, with the exception of art. 17, January 1, 1999.
Art. 17 comes into force on January 1, 2000.

Appendix 1.1 (art. 3, 3A, 3B, 3d, 3g, 3 h and 22, al. 2) Conditions of hydraulic connection for the small hydro 1 Definition 1.1 provisions central Generalespetite facilities: any independent technical development for producing electricity from water power at a particular place, which includes the following: books accumulation, water extraction facilities pressure lines, turbines, generators, injection devices, steering equipment. Several small hydro may use the same injection if they use water from a separate watersheds, that they were produced independently of each other and they can be exploited independently.
The staffing centers are considered to be independent facilities.
1.2 significantly expanded facilities or renovees1.2.1 the increase of electricity according to art. 3, art. 2, must reach at least 20%. 1.2.2 measures referred to in art. 83A WPA or art. 10 LFSP do not have value of new investments within the meaning of art. 3A, let al, 1. a.1.3 requirements minimalesL'OFEN can define minimum ecological requirements and minimum energy requirements by way of directive. The evaluation period is three months for the first and for the last calendar year.

2.1 categories 2. Category 1Installations built on natural water courses.
2.2 category 2Installations on portions of rivers already used (plants of staffing and hydropower plants on leak channels) as well as facilities incidental operating, such as facilities for drinking water, facilities of evacuation and purification of the waters, and hydropower plants on water for irrigation or power plants in connection with snow-making facilities or with the use of water from the tunnels.

3 compensation 3.1 calculating the rate of compensation consists of a base and bonus compensation. Several bonuses can be alloues.3.2 base3.2.1 compensation the equivalent power of installation is decisive for the calculation of the base compensation. The equivalent power corresponds to the quotient of the net (in kWh) production by the sum of the hours of the calendar year concerned, less the number of full hours prior to commissioning or after installation. The amount of the base compensation is based on the equivalent power of the facility, according to a weighting based on power classes referred to in points 3.2.2 and 3.2.3.
3.2.2 compensation basis when commissioning until December 31, 2013 power compensation of base class (. ct / kWh) ≤10 kW 26 ≤50 kW 20 ≤300 kW 14.5 ≤1 MW 11 ≤10 MW 7.5 3.2.3 payment basis in the event service from January 1, 2014 category of installation power compensation of base class (. ct / kWh) category 1 ≤300 16.1 kW ≤1 MW 10.9 ≤10 MW 6.9 category 2 ≤10 kW 27.9 ≤50 kW 21.1 ≤300 kW 14.9 ≤1 MW 10.9 ≤10 MW 6.9 3.3 pressionLe amount of pressure level bonus level Bonus is determined by the height of gross head of the facility, according to a weighting based on the following tranches: height of drop (m) Bonus class (. ct / kWh) commissioning until 31.12.2013 from the 1.1.2014 ≤5 4.5 5.1 ≤10 2.7 3.0 ≤20 2 2.2 ≤50 1.5 1.7 > 50 1 1.1 3.4 Bonus development of the eaux3.4.1 if the share of water (including pressure lines) management based on the State of the art is less than 20% of the capital costs of the project as a whole, there is no right to a bonus of water management. If this share is above 50%, the right to the full bonus is given. Between 20% and 50%, the calculation is based on a linear interpolation based on the chart below. The bonus is calculated according to a weighting based on the slices in the sense of section 3.2. The SFOE specifies in a directive which measures give right to a bonus of water management. Measures according to art. 83A WPA or according to art. 10 LFSP is not responsible for the bonus. Staffing plants do not have right to the bonus of water management. The operating facilities incidental to a power greater than 50 kW are entitled to the bonus of water management for share going up to an equivalent power of 50 kW.

3.4.2 bonus of water management by power classes in case of commissioning until December 31, 2013 class of power (kW) water management Bonus (cents / kWh) ≤10 5.5 ≤50 4


≤300 3 > 300 2.5 3.4.3 Bonus of water management by power classes in the event service from January 1, 2014 category of installation power Bonus of water management class (. ct / kWh) category 1 ≤300 3.6 kW ≤10 MW 2.8 category 2 ≤10 kW 6.2 ≤50 kW 4,5 ≤300 3.4 kW > 300 kW 2.8 3.5 the rate of compensation is fixed by calendar year on the basis of the equivalent power according to 3.1 points to 3.4 and 3.6.Le relative to compensation counting is done at the end of the calendar year on the basis of the rate of remuneration for the year in question and saved electricity. Any prior partial payments are made on the basis of the rate of compensation of the previous year or, for facilities that are not in use for a calendar year complete, based on the values of planning of the 5.1 ch.
3.6 the rate of maximum compensation, bonus included, is: a.. 35 ct / kWh in case of commissioning until 31 December 2013; b. 38 CT. / kWh in the event service from January 1, 2014.

4 reduced annual, duration of payment 4.1 the annual reduction is 0% 4.2. compensation is: a. from 25 years in the case of commissioning until 31 December 2013; b. 20 in the event service from January 1, 2014.

5 procedures announcement and decision Greetinggreeting 5.1' announcement includes at least the following: a. agreement of the owners property; (b) average gross mechanical power c. electricity generation expected per calendar year (in kWh); d. gross head (in m); e. the type of water used (water courses / other waters) and type of plant (f) expected date of commissioning; g. for renovations and enlargements documents showing that the conditions referred to in art. 3 has and in Chapter 1.2 are met; h... .i. costs investment total of the project, broken down according to the main components; in particular, must show separately the investment costs of landscaping of waters (including pressure lines); j. location of the plant, the facilities of catchment of waters, the tanks and the return of water; k. producer category.

5.2 communication about the progress of the projet5.2.1 two years at the latest after notification of a positive decision, the progress of the project should be the subject of a communication containing the request of concession or construction filed with the competente.5.2.2 authority no later than four years after notification of the positive decision, the progress of the project should be the subject of a communication with at least the following : a. building permit, concession; b. taken position of network manager on the announcement referred to in art. 3i; c. changes from section 5.1; d. expected date of commissioning.

5.3 notice of serviceL' commissioning notice must be sent no later than six years after notification of the decision; It includes at least the following: a. date of commissioning; b. any changes compared to ch. 5.1 and 5.2.

6 operating the facility operator shall give the SFOE, on request, access to the data of the installation.

7 transitional provision for the amendment of October 23, 2013, the operator who puts into service a facility from 1 January 2014 but who has already received a positive prior to that decision is subject to critical before this amendment requirements, both in terms of duration of compensation than its calculation.

8 transitional provision for the amendment of November 11, 2015 the operator who puts into service a facility operating accessory from 1 January 2016 but who has already received a positive decision before that date is subject to the critical requirements before this amendment with regard to the determination of the entitlement to a bonus of water management.

Introduced by section 2 of the annex to the O on March 14, 2008, on the supply of electricity (RO 2008 1223). New content according to section I of the O of the DETEC on Feb 2. 2010 (2010 809 RO). Updated according to point 2 of the annex to the O of May 4, 2011, (RO 2011 1955), ch. II of August 17, 2011 (RO 2011 4067) O, the I of the DETEC of Jan 27 O c.. 2012 (RO 2012 607), ch. II al. 1 o of 23 October. 2013 (2013 3631 RO), c. II al. 1 o of March 7, 2014 (RO 2014 611) and section II of the Nov. 11 O. 2015, in force since Jan. 1. 2016 (2015 4781 RO).
RS 814.20 RS 923.0 State on 1 January 2016 Appendix 1.2 (art. 3a, 3B, 3d, 3g, 3 h and 22, para. 2) Conditions of connection for photovoltaic 1 Definition 1.1 provisions Generalesune photovoltaic facilities consists of one or more fields in one or more inverters, modules and an injection point. If several units composed of modules and inverters corresponding fields are placed before an injection point and are on different courses, each of these units can be considered as a facility, especially if units are carried out independently of each other.
1.2 significantly expanded facilities or Renoveesl' increase in the production of electricity according to art. 3, art. 2, must be at least 50%.

2.1 categories 2. Facilities Isoleesinstallations without link building with buildings, for example facilities mounted in gardens or on fallow land.
2.2 facilities Ajouteesinstallations related to the construction of buildings or other infrastructure facilities and dedicated exclusively to the production of electricity, for example modules mounted on a roof of tiles or on a flat roof using fixing systems.
2.3 Integreesinstallations installations integrated in buildings and in addition to the production of electricity used protection against the weather, heat insulation or fall arrest system.

3 calculation of compensation compensation 3.1 for the new installations3.1.1 in the case of commissioning until December 31, 2013, the compensation for new installations is calculated as follows: category of installation class power rate of compensation (. ct / kWh) commissioning until 31.12.2009 1.1.2010 - 31.12.2010 1.1.2011 - 29.2.2012 1.3.2012 - 30.9.2012 1.10.2012 - 31.12.2013 isolated ≤10 kW 65 53.3 42.7 36.5 33.1 ≤30 kW 54 44.3 39.3 33.7 27.0 kW 51 41.8 ≤100 34.3 32 24.8 ≤1000 kW 49 40.2 30.5 29 23.1 > 1000 kW 49 40.2 28.9 28.1 21.6 added ≤10 kW 75 61.5 48.3 39.9 36.1 ≤30 kW 65 53.3 46.7 36.8 29.4 kW 62 50.8 ≤100 42.2 34.9 26.9 kW 60 ≤1000 49.2 37.8 31.7 25.1 > 1000 kW 60 49.2 36.1 30.7 23.5 integrated ≤10 kW 90 73.8 48.8 59.2 42.8 ≤30 kW 74 60.7 54.2 43.9 36.5 kW 67 54.9 ≤100 45.9 39.1 33.2 ≤1000 kW 62 50.8 41.5 34.9 31.5 > 1000 kW 62 50.8 39.1 33.4 28.9 has the rate of reduction according to section 4.1, let. a, applies in the case of put into service between January 1, 2012 and February 29, 2012.

b the rate of reduction according to section 4.1, let. a, applies in the case of put into service between January 1, 2013 and December 31, 2013.

3.1.2 in the case of commissioning during the period 1 January 2014 to 31 March 2015, the compensation for new installations is calculated as follows: category of installation class power rate of compensation (. ct / kWh) isolated ≤30 kW 23.8 ≤100 19.8 kW ≤1000 19.2 kW > 1000 kW 17.2 added ≤30 kW 26.4 ≤100 22.0 kW ≤1000 21.3 kW > 1000 kW 19.1 built-in ≤30 kW 30.4 ≤100 kW 25.3 integrated facilities with a rated power > 100 kW are considered as facilities added; for the calculation of compensation, section 3.2 applies.
3.1.3 in the event service from April 1, 2015, the compensation for new installations is calculated as follows: category of installation class power rate of compensation (. ct / kWh) commissioning 1.4.2015 - 30.9.2015 1.10.2015 - 31.3.2016 1.4.2016 - 30.9.2016 A leave of the 1.10.2016 ≤30 kW 23.4 20.4 19.5 added 19.0 / ≤100 kW 18.5 17.7 16.6 15.6 isolated ≤1000 kW 18.8 17.6 16.4 15.2 > 1000 kW 18.5 17.6 16.5 15.3 integrated ≤30 kW 27.4 24.0 22.4 21.9 ≤100 21.1 20.1 kW

19.1 17.9 built-in facilities to a rated power > 100 kW are considered facilities added; for the calculation of compensation, section 3.2 applies.
3.2 turning facilities with a rated power > 10 kW, the compensation is determined according to a weighting based on the slices in the sense of section 3.1. Regarding the integrated installations of nominal power > 100 kW, only the rates of compensation for the added facilities are important in all classes of puissance.3.3 refers to the normalized maximum DC power of the solar generator to the allocation in the different classes of puissance.3.4... 3.4 If a plant consists of several fields of modules in various categories under the terms of section 2, the compensation is calculated according to the average of the rate of compensation weighted power.

February 2009. Moreover, the rate of reduction according to section 4.1 to applique.3.6 for 2010 rates also apply to facilities for which operators have received a positive decision before February 1, 2010. Moreover, the rate of reduction according to point 4.1 is applique.3.7 the critical rate of compensation at the time of the decision apply to facilities for which operators have received a positive decision before October 1, 2012. Moreover, the rate of reduction according to point 4.1 applies.

4 reduced annual, duration of payment 4.1 the annual reduction of the rate of compensation referred to in no 3 is: a. 8% from 2010 to 2013; b. 0% from 2014.

4.2 the compensation is: a. from 25 years in the case of commissioning until 31 December 2013; b. 20 in the event service from January 1, 2014.

5 procedures announcement and decision Greetinggreeting 5.1' announcement includes at least the following: a. installation category; (b) nominal power; c. annual expected production; d. agreement of the owners property; e. expected commissioning date; f. installation location; g. producer category.

5.2... 5.3 notice of serviceL' service notice is sent no later than 15 months after the notification of the decision and includes at least the following: a. commissioning date; b. minutes of recovery, including a detailed technical description; c. any changes compared to the ch. 5.1; d. for integrated installations: photos of the solar generator during and after construction to determine that it is an integrated facility referred to in section 2.3.

6 operating the facility operator must provide the SFOE, on request, access to the data of the installation.

7 transitional provision for the amendment of October 23, 2013, the operator who puts into service a facility from 1 January 2014 but who has already received a positive prior to that decision is subject to critical before this amendment requirements, both in terms of duration of compensation than its calculation.

Introduced by section 2 of the annex to the O on March 14, 2008, on the supply of electricity (RO 2008 1223). New content according to section I of the O of the DETEC on Feb 2. 2010 (2010 809 RO). Updated Dec 10 by clause II of the O. 2010 (RO 2010 6125), August 17, 2011 (RO 2011 4067), section I of the O of the DETEC on 27 Jan. 2012 (RO 2012 607), August 17, 2012 (RO 2012 4555), ch. II al. 1 o of 23 October. 2013 (2013 3631 RO), c. II al. 1 o of March 7, 2014 (RO 2014 611), section II of the nov 5 O. 2014 (RO 2014 3683) and Nov. 11. 2015, in force since Jan. 1. 2016 (2015 4781 RO).

Status January 1, 2016 Appendix 1.3 (art. 3a, 3B, 3d, 3g, 3 h, and 22, para. 2) Conditions of connection for wind energy 1 Definition 1.1 provisions Generalesles wind facilities consist of a rotor, a conversion device, a tower, a base and a connection to the network. If several wind facilities are arranged on a common site (wind), each unit comprising a rotor, a conversion device, a tower and a base is considered stand-alone installation.
1.2 significantly expanded facilities or Renoveesl' increase in the production of electricity according to art. 3, art. 2, must be at least 20%.

2.1 categories 2 small Eoliennesinstallations operating at wind energy with a nominal electric power of 10 kW maximum.
2.2 major Eoliennesinstallations-powered wind energy of more than 10 kW nominal power.

3 calculation of compensation 3.1 small Eoliennesle rate of compensation of electricity produced by small wind turbines is as follows for the duration of compensation: commissioning to the 29.2.2012 from the 1.3.2012 rate of compensation (. ct / kWh) 20 21.5 3.2 major eoliennes3.2.1 the rate of compensation of the electricity generated by large wind turbines is the next five years from the date of their regular commissioning : Commissioning until the 29.2.2012 from the 1.3.2012 rate of compensation (cents / kWh) 20 21.5 large wind turbines at a height equal or greater than 1700 m above the sea level get a rate of compensation increase of 2.5 CT. / kW (altitude bonus).
3.2.2 for large wind turbines, average electricity (actual performance) is compared to the five-year term, to benchmark performance of these facilities as defined in section 3.2.3: a. If actual performance reaches or exceeds A benchmark performance %, the rate of compensation is immediately lowered to B. ct / kWh up to the end of the term of payment; (b) if the actual performance is less in per cent of the reference yield the remuneration according to section 3.2.1 is extended c months per D % of the gap between actual performance and per cent of the reference yield. The rate of compensation is then b ct / kWh up to the end of the term of compensation.

Date of commissioning, the following values apply for A, B, C and D: commissioning until the 29.2.2012 from the 1.3.2012 (%)

150 130 B (cents / kWh) 17 13.5 C (months) 2 1 D (%)

0.75 0.3 3.2.3 benchmark performance is calculated on the basis of characteristic of power and the actually selected wind turbine hub height, taking into account the characteristics of the reference site referred to in section 3.2.4 and CH 3.2.5.3.2.4 the reference site for sites located at a lower altitude 1700 m above the sea level presents the four following characteristics : Commissioning to the 29.2.2012 from the 1.3.2012 average speed of the wind at 50 m above ground 4.5 m/s 5.0 m/s elevation profile logarithmic logarithmic type Distribution Weibull with k = 2.0 k = 2.0 l = 0.1 m l = 0.1 m 3.2.5 roughness length reference site for sites located at a height equal or greater than 1700 m above the sea level has the following four features : Commissioning from 1.1.2014 average speed of the wind at 50 m above ground 5.5 m/s elevation profile logarithmic type Distribution Weibull with k = 2.0 length of roughness l = 0.03 m benchmark performance of the facilities located at a height equal or greater than 1700 m above the sea level that have been put in service before January 1, 2014 is calculated based on the characteristics of the reference site referred section 3.2.4.
3.2.6 the SFOE stipulates the details of the calculation of the performance of reference by way of a directive.

4 reduction annual, duration of payment 4.1 the annual reduction is 0 percent. 4.2 the duration of compensation is 20 years.

5 procedures announcement and decision Greetinggreeting 5.1' announcement includes at least the following: a. to installation site, including the indication of its altitude above the sea level; b. landowners agreement; c. rated power; d. annual expected production; e. date of commissioning; f. category of producer.

5.2 communications on the progress of the projet5.2.1 for the facilities required to carry out an impact study on the environment (EIA), the progress of the project must be the subject of a communication no later than two years after the notification of the decision; This communication should contain the specifications adopted by the Township of implementation for the impact on the environnement.5.2.2 report at the latest four years after the notification of the positive decision, the progress of the project should be the subject of a communication. This includes at least the following: a. planning permission; b. position of the network manager on the announcement referred to in art. 3i; c. any changes compared to the 5.1 ch.

5.3 notice of serviceL' commissioning notice must be sent no later than seven years after the notification of the positive decision. It includes at least the following: a. designation of the installation type; (b) nominal electric power c. hub height; d. special equipment (e.g. heating of the rotor blades); e. date of commissioning; f. changes compared to the 5.1 ch.

6 operating the facility operator shall give the SFOE, on request, access to the data of the installation.

7 transitional provision for the amendment of February 2, 2010 the operator having already received before January 1, 2010 compensation according to this appendix or a positive decision on its installation must record the net production in accordance with section 3.5 only from January 1, 2011.

Introduced by section 2 of the annex to the O on March 14, 2008, on the supply of electricity (RO 2008 1223). New content according to section I of the O of the DETEC on Feb 2. 2010 (2010 809 RO). Last updated by clause II of the O on 17 August 2011 (RO 2011 4067), section I of the O of the DETEC on 27 Jan. 2012 (RO 2012 607), ch. II al. 1 o of 23 October. 2013 (RO 2013 3631) and chapter II al. 1 o of March 7, 2014, in force since April 1. 2014 (2014 611 RO).

Status January 1, 2016 Appendix 1.4 (art. 3a, 3B, 3d, 3g, 3 h and 22, para. 2) Conditions of connection for geothermal installations 1 Definition of facilities


1.1 the geothermal facilities consist of a underground part (one or more boreholes and pumps, a tank) and a part on the surface (heat exchanger, system conversion, including the corresponding parts) and are used to produce electricity and the chaleur.1.2 no fossil energy agents cannot be used in parallel with geothermal energy in the same geothermal plant to produce the energie.1.3 geothermal facilities must submit minimum overall usage rates shown in the following graph at the latest count from the beginning of the third complete calendar year following the commissioning: the evaluation period decisive for establishing the overall usage rate is the full calendar year; It relates to the energy measured in a year to the drill head.
Usage rate of heat = total used heat / energy to the usage rate of electricity total electricity used = drill head / power at the head of drilling significantly expanded facilities 1.4 or Renoveesl' increase in the production of electricity according to art. 3, art. 2, must reach at least 25%, while now at least the same rate of use of heat.

2 calculation of compensation 2.1 the amount of the compensation is a function of the nominal electric power Pel of installation: power Pél Retribution class (. ct / kWh) ≤5 MW 40.0 ≤10 MW 36.0 28.0 MW ≤20 > 20 MW 22.7 2.2... 2.3 for a rated power facilities > 5 MW, the compensation is determined according to a weighting based on power classes.

3 reduced annual, duration of payment 3.1 the annual reduction is 0%. 3.2 the duration of compensation is 20 years.

4 ad and decision Greetinggreeting 4.1 procedure' announcement includes at least the following: a. installation location; (b) the agreement of the owners land; c. electric and thermal power nominal; d. gross and net production annual expected (electric and thermal); e. projected use of heat and heat buyers agreement predictable; f. average cooling g. expected date of commissioning; h. producer category.

4.2 communication about the progress of the projetTrois years at the latest after notification of a positive decision, the progress of the project should be the subject of a communication. This includes at least the following: a. planning permission; b. position of the network manager on the announcement referred to in art. 3i; c. possibilities of connection for the thermal energy; d. changes from section 4.1.

4.3 notice serviceL' commissioning notice must be sent no later than six years after notification of the decision. It includes at least the following: a. date of commissioning; b. changes compared to 4.1 points. and 4.2; c. confirmation of Swisstopo project manager handed him all the geodata useful treatment, in accordance with the Act of 5 October 2007 on the geo-information.

5 operating the facility operator shall give the SFOE, on request, access to the data of the installation.

6 transitional provision for the amendment of 2 February 2010 the operator which has received before January 1, 2010 compensation according to this appendix or a positive decision on the facility must register net production referred to in section 2.2 from 1 January 2011 only.

Introduced by section 2 of the annex to the O on March 14, 2008, on the supply of electricity (RO 2008 1223). New content according to section I of the O of the DETEC on Feb 2. 2010 (2010 809 RO). Last updated by clause II of the O of 17 August 2011 (RO 2011 4067), ch. II al. 1 o of 23 October. 2013 (RO 2013 3631) and chapter II al. 1 o of March 7, 2014, in force since April 1. 2014 (2014 611 RO).
RS 510.62 State on 1 January 2016 Appendix 1.5 (art. 3a, 3B, 3d, 3g, 3 h and 22, al. 2) Conditions of connection for 1 concepts 1.1 biomass biomass facilities: all organic matter which is produced directly or indirectly by photosynthesis and not turned during geological process. The name of biomass covers also all derivative products, by-products, residues and waste that the energy content from the biomasse.1.2 energy plants: plants cultivated mainly in order to produce the biogenic gas energie.1.3: gas produced from biomass by clause 1.1.

2 categories 2.1 plants incineration of household waste (MSW) facilities for the heat recovery of urban waste from households, arts and crafts and industry within the meaning of art. 3, al. 1, of the Ordinance of December 10, 1990, on the treatment of waste.
2.2 incineration plants of bouesInstallations for the heat recovery from the sludge of biomass (sewage sludge, paper sludge, sludge from food industry).
2.3 facilities gas purification and gas of Dechargeinstallations intended to use gas from the wastewater sewage treatment or landfill gas.
2.4 other facilities of biomasseTout autonomous technical device intended to produce electricity from biomass. Generally, facilities designed to produce energy from biomass operate according to processes at several levels, which include the following stages: a. reception and prior treatment of the fuel or the substrate; b. first level of conversion (transformation of biomass into an intermediate product by thermochemical, chemical, or biological processes); c. second level of conversion (conversion of the intermediate product into electricity and heat by means of a combined heat and power plant (, or install RTC); d. further processing of the waste substances and by-products.

2.5 production Combineeproduction of electricity combined from the facilities of biomass types referred to in points 2.1 to 2.4 and combined in a memetype of installations process.

3 out-PERFORMS 3.1 significantly expanded facilities or Renoveesl' increase in the rate of use of electricity according to art. 3, art. 2, must reach at least 25%, while now at least the same rate of use of heat.
3.2 share renouvelable50% of the quantity of energy produced is counted as renewable.
3.3 minimum requirements in terms of Energiele energy utilization rate overall must meet the minimum values given in the chart following at the latest count from the beginning of the third complete calendar year following the commissioning: the evaluation period decisive for establishing rates of use is the complete calendar year.
Calculation of the rate of use of electricity: total electricity generation (from the generator) is divided by the amount of energy fed into the boiler. The energy content of waste is calculated from the quantities of steam and the parameters of the.
The use of heat rate calculation: the total amount of heat used (determined by measurement) is divided by the amount of energy fed into the boiler. The energy content of waste is calculated from the quantities of steam and the parameters of the.
3.4 requirements environmental minimalesL'OFEN can define minimum ecological requirements by means of directives. The evaluation period is three months.
3.5 Retributionle rate of compensation for the renewable part is fixed per calendar year on the basis of the average values of the rate of use of the warmth of the past year.

Utilization of the heat rate of compensation (. ct / kWh) 0 to 15% 11.4 65-100% 14.2 for the usage rate of the heat between 15 and 65%, the rate of compensation is linearly interpolated.
Relative to compensation counting is done at the end of the calendar year on the basis of the rate of remuneration for the year in question and saved electricity. Any prior partial payments are made on the basis of the rate of compensation of the previous year or, for facilities that are not in use for a calendar year complete, based on the values of planning according to section 3.7.1.
3.6 reducing annual, duration of retribution3.6.1 the annual reduction is 0%. 3.6.2 compensation is: a. 20 years in case of commissioning until 31 December 2013; b. 10 years in the event service from January 1, 2014.

3.7 announcement and Greetinggreeting decision3.7.1 procedure' announcement must contain at least the following: a. project showing if the conditions provided for in art. 3A and section 3 are met; b. volumes of fuels introduced; c. electric installed capacity (in kWel); d. gross production of electricity and heat (in kWh), net production of electricity expected and use of internal and external heat by calendar year; (e) expected date of commissioning; f. installation location; g. agreement of the owners land; h. category of producer.

3.7.2 the advancement of the projetAu communication no later than three years after notification of the positive decision, the progress of the project should be the subject of a communication. This includes at least the following:


a. building permits; b. taken position of network manager on the announcement referred to in art. 3i; c. any changes compared to c. 3.7.1; (d) date of commissioning.

3.7.3 serviceL notice ' commissioning notice must be sent no later than six years after notification of the decision. It includes at least the following: a. modifications compared to c. 3.7.1; b. date of commissioning.

3.8 data exploitationL' the facility operator is required to give to the SFOE on request, access to the data of the installation.

4 4.1 significantly expanded facilities or Renoveesl sludge incineration plants ' increase in the rate of use of electricity according to art. 3, art. 2, must reach at least 25%, while now at least the same rate of use of heat.
4.2 requirements to sludge and the combustionSeules of the dewatered sludge or sludge dry using renewable energy can be used.
Only additional renewable fuels are allowed.
4.3 energy requirements minimalesLes requirements referred to in section 3.3 apply.
4.4 requirements environmental minimalesL'OFEN can define minimum ecological requirements by means of directives. The evaluation period is three months.
4.5 Retributionle rate of compensation is fixed by calendar year on the basis of the average values of the rate of use of the warmth of the past year.

Utilization of the heat rate of compensation (. ct / kWh) 0 to 15% 11.4 65-100% 14.2 for the usage rate of the heat between 15 and 65%, the rate of compensation is linearly interpolated.
Relative to compensation counting is done at the end of the calendar year on the basis of the rate of remuneration for the year in question and saved electricity. Any prior partial payments are made on the basis of the rate of compensation of the previous year or, for facilities that are not in use for a calendar year complete, based on the values of planning according to points 4.7 and 3.7.1.
4.6 reduction annual, duration of retribution4.6.1 the annual reduction is 0%. 4.6.2 the compensation is: a. 20 years in case of commissioning until 31 December 2013; b. 10 years in the event service from January 1, 2014.

4.7 procedure announcement and Decisionles requirements referred to in section 3.7 shall apply.
4.8 data contacts requirements referred to in section 3.8 shall apply.

5 installation gas purification and gas discharge 5.1 significantly expanded facilities or Renoveesl' increase in the production of electricity according to art. 3, art. 2, must be at least 25%.
5.2 energy requirements minimalesLe basin of fermentation must be heated with the waste heat.
The RTC module must achieve a minimum electric output corresponding to the following graphic: 5.3 as of cosubstrats, the SFOE energy exploitation can define additional environmental requirements by way of directive.5.4 compensation for gas Epurationle rate of compensation is calculated according to the following formula: rate of compensation in ct. / kWh = 55,431 x (x = equivalent power) the rate of maximum compensation is of 24 CT. / kWh.
It is fixed by calendar year on the basis of net production.
Relative to compensation counting is done at the end of the calendar year on the basis of the rate of remuneration for the year in question and saved electricity. Any prior installments are made on the basis of the rate of compensation of the previous year or, for facilities that are not in service for a full calendar year, based on the values of planning according to section 5.9.1 5.5 compensation for gas Dechargele rate of compensation is calculated according to the following formula: rate of compensation in ct / kWh = 60,673 x (x = power (, in kW, the RTC installation) the maximum compensation rate is of 20 ct. / kWh.
5.6... 5.7 if gas sewage or landfill gas is injected into the natural gas network to produce electricity in one place other than where it was produced, the compensation is governed by the provisions of section 6.6.5.8 annual, duration of the annual reduction retribution5.8.1 Reduction is 0%. 5.8.2 the duration of compensation is: a. 20 years in case of commissioning until 31 December 2013; b. 10 years in case commissioning from 1 January 2014.

5.9 procedure announcement and Greetinggreeting decision5.9.1' ad includes at least the following: a. project showing if the conditions referred to in art. 3 has and the CH 5.1 to 5.3 are met; b. types and volumes of biomass used to produce energy; c. electric installed capacity (in kWel); d. gross production of electricity and heat (in kWh) and net electricity production expected per calendar year; (e) expected date of commissioning; f. population equivalent of the sewage treatment facility g. installation location; h. the owners agree land; category of producer.

5.9.2 the advancement of the projetAu communication no later than three years after notification of the positive decision, the progress of the project should be the subject of a communication. This includes at least the following: a. planning permission; b. position of the network manager on the announcement referred to in art. 3i; c. any changes compared to c. 5.9.1; d. expected date of commissioning.

5.9.3 serviceL notice ' commissioning notice must be sent no later than six years after notification of the decision. It includes at least the following: a. modifications compared to c. 5.9.1; b. date of commissioning.

5.10 data exploitationL' the facility operator is required to give to the SFOE on request, access to the data of the installation.

6. other facilities of biomass 6.1 significantly expanded facilities or Renoveesles increases according to art. 3, art. 2, must achieve: a. for cycles steam: at least 25% of the usage of electricity, while now at least the same rate of heat;
b. for other combined heat and power facilities: at least 25% of electricity production.

6.2 General requirements a. minimum, biomass Autoriseebiomasse according to section 1.1, provided that the substances referred to in the let. b will not be used.
b. unauthorized biomass 1. the biomass is dried using fossil fuels, 2. peat, 3. from unsorted municipal waste household, arts and crafts and industry, as well as valued similar waste in the MSW, 4. alluvium and sediment of the rivers, 5. textiles, 6. landfill gas, 7. gas purification, raw sludge of STEP.

c. the evaluation period is three months.

6.3 energy requirements minimalesLes minimum energy requirements must be met at the latest count from the beginning of the third complete calendar year following the commissioning.
The evaluation period is the full calendar year.

a. Cycles steam: 1 cycles steamer, especially facilities ORC ("organic Rankine cycle'), steam turbines and steam engines must have a minimum rate of global energy use corresponding to the following graphic: 2. the calculation of the overall energy use rate relates to the lower calorific Hu introduced fuel.

Calculation of the rate of use of electricity: electricity, measured at the generator of electricity, total production is divided by the amount of energy introduced.
The use of heat rate calculation: the amount of heat used is divided by the amount of energy introduced.
b. other facilities at combined heat and power (RTC facilities), in particular power stations equipped with total energy, gas (including microturbines), fuel cells and Stirling engines turbines, must meet the following minimum energy requirements: 1. electrical efficiency: the electric efficiency rate must meet the minimum requirements set out in point 5.2.
2. use of the heat:-facilities that are eligible for the bonus farm in accordance with section 6.5, let's. e, should only cover the needs of heat producing installation of energy (e.g. heating of fermentor) using the waste heat of installing RTC or using energy renewable. - for other facilities, the share of the heat used externally (i.e. without consumption of energy producing facility) must be at least 40% of the gross heat production.

6.4 minimum ecological requirements the SFOE may define minimum ecological requirements by way of directive. The evaluation period is three months.

6.5 rate of compensation

a. the rate of compensation consists of a base and bonus compensation. Several bonuses can be alloues.a. The rate of compensation is set per calendar year on the basis of the equivalent power. This corresponds to the quotient of the net (in kWh) production during the calendar year considered by the sum of the hours of the same civil year, which deduces the full hours prior to commissioning or after turning off the operation of the installation.b. Net production is decisive for calculating the equivalent power, which is used for its calculation of compensation of base.c. The base compensation is determined according to a weighting based on the following tranches: power compensation of base class (ct. / kWh) ≤50 kW 28 ≤100 kW 25 ≤500 kW 22 ≤5 18.5 MW > 5 MW 17.5 d. The amount of the bonus for wood heating plants is determined according to a weighting based on the following classes of power: power Bonus for wood class (. ct / kWh) ≤50 kW 8 ≤100 kW 7 ≤500 kW 6 ≤5 MW 4 > 5 MW 3,5 e. A bonus for biomass from agriculture is allocated: 1. in case of use of manure (manure and manure from livestock) farm fertilizer with crop and waste substances from agricultural production residues or surpluses and agricultural products downgraded; and 2. If the proportion of non-agricultural cosubstrats and energy plants is less than or equal to 20% (of the mass of fresh matter).
f. the farm bonus is determined according to a weighting based on the following tranches: power Bonus for agricultural biomass class (. ct / kWh) ≤50 kW 18 ≤100 kW 16 ≤500 kW 13 ≤5 MW 4.5 > 5 MW 0 g. The bonus referred to in the let. d and e are not cumulative.
h. a bonus of 2.5 CT. / kWh for the external use of heat (bonus RTC) is allocated for other RTC facilities according to clause 6.3, let. b, if the external use of the heat exceeds 20% at least the minimum requirements (compared to the gross production of heat).
6.6 gas production biogenous from the network of gas naturel6.6.1 calculation of the Retributionsi of biogenic gas is injected into the network of natural gas and used for the production of electricity in one place other than where it was produced, the rate of compensation is then the rate referred to in section 5.4 increased 2.5 cents / kWh.
The maximum compensation rate is 26.5. ct / kWh 6.6.2 requirements minimalesLes minimum requirements below must be met: a. requirements for effective Electriqueles minimum requirements referred to in point 5.2 shall apply for electric efficiency.
(b) requirements for the use of the thermic share of the heat used externally must be at least 60% of gross heat production.
c. requirements environmental minimalesLe ch. 6.4 shall apply for the minimum ecological requirements.

6.6.3 other exigencesIl is necessary to ensure that a private organization keeps a record of the origin of the gas, the respect of the minimum requirements, the injected quantities and the intended use.
6.7 Retributionle relative to compensation counting is at the end of the calendar year on the basis of the rate of remuneration for the year in question and saved electricity. Any prior partial payments are made on the basis of the rate of compensation of the previous year or, for facilities that are not in use for a calendar year complete, based on the values of planning according to section 6.9.1.
6.8 annual, duration of compensation reduction - the annual reduction is 0%. - the duration of compensation is 20 years.

6.9 procedure for announcement and Greetinggreeting decision6.9.1' ad includes at least the following: a. project showing if the conditions referred to in art. 3A and the ch 6.2 to 6.4 are met; b. rated electric and thermal power; c. gross production of electricity and heat (in kWh), expected net production and external use of heat expected (in kWh) per calendar year; d. types and quantities of biomass used to produce energy;. e type, quantity and power heat lower average of the intermediate product; (f) expected date of commissioning g. installation location; h. the owners land; i agree. category of producer.

6.9.2 the advancement of the projetAu communication no later than three years after notification of the positive decision, the progress of the project should be the subject of a communication. This includes at least the following: a. planning permission; b. position of the network manager on the announcement referred to in art. 3i; c. any changes compared to c. 6.9.1; d. expected date of commissioning.

6.9.3 serviceL notice ' commissioning notice must be sent no later than six years after notification of the decision. It includes at least the following: a. modifications compared to c. 6.9.1; b. date of commissioning.

6.10 data exploitationL' the facility operator is required to give to the SFOE on request, access to the data of the installation.

7 transitional provisions regarding the amendment of October 23, 2013 7.1 the operator who puts into service a facility from 1 January 2014 but who has already received a positive prior to that decision is subject to the requirements decisive before this amendment, both in terms of duration of compensation than his calcul.7.2 for the class referred to in point 6.3 facilities Let's. b, which have been put in service until December 31, 2013, the minimum ecological requirements apply according to the old law when the observation of the new minimum ecological requirements does not allow a profitable operation due to the implementation of the site.

Introduced by section 2 of the annex to the O on March 14, 2008, on the supply of electricity (RO 2008 1223). New content according to section I of the O of the DETEC on Feb 2. 2010 (2010 809 2941 RO). Last updated by clause II of the O on August 17, 2011, (RO 2011 4067), section I of the O of the DETEC on 27 Jan. 2012 (RO 2012 607), ch. II al. 1 o of 23 October. 2013 (2013 3631 RO), c. II al. 1 o of March 7, 2014 (RO 2014 611), section II of the nov 5 O. 2014 (RO 2014 3683) and Nov. 11. 2015, in force since Jan. 1. 2016 (2015 4781 RO).
RS 814.600 State on January 1, 2016, Appendix 1.6 (art. 17A and 17B) risk for geothermal installations 1 requirements minimum coverage posed to the EESS 1.1 geothermal facilities must present minimum overall utilization rates according to Appendix 1.4, ch. 1.3.1.2 geothermal facilities must present a usage rate of electricity to at least 1.5% annual average. Usage of electricity refers to the energy measured in the drill head.
1.3 no fossil energy agents cannot be used along with geothermal energy in the same geothermal facility.

2 coverage of costs 2.1 the deposit against the risks associated with geothermal facilities covers a maximum of 50% of the costs of drilling and testing of the projet.2.2 are comparable to the costs of drilling and test costs about: a. the preparation of the drill site and demobilization; (b) the costs of drilling, including the casing and the cementation for all drilling production, injection and exploration provided; c. measures of drilling, including instrumentation; d. the well tests; e. the stimulation of the tanks; f. traffic tests; g. chemical analysis; h. the geological accompaniment.

3 procedure 3.1 one request should in particular include the following information: a. the installation location, geological and hydrological conditions local and their database; b. the aquifers or tank prognosticated properties and studies that support them; c. predicted production rate, the temperature of the fluid and its mineralization so that studies supporting these data; (d) the definition of the criteria for success partial success or failure on the production rate, the temperature of the fluid and its mineralization; e. the detailed programme of drilling and testing; f. the power of the plant and the production of electric and thermal energy expected; g. the projected energy use and its feasibility in case of success and in case of partial success; h. buyers of electricity and heat provided in case of success and in case of partial success; i. intended use the drilling failure; j. planned legal form and the identity of the operating company; k. the project financing during the drilling phase and tests, during the development and exploitation.

3.2 processing of the request has. The national society of the transport network announces the receipt of the request to the OFEN.b. The SFOE is a group of experts independant.c. This group of experts examines and assesses the demand particularly from the following angles: 1 production rate, temperature and mineral content of the fluid prognostic; 2. level technical program of drilling, stimulation and testing; 3. feasibility of the intended use of the energy if successful or partially successful.


(d) the expert group provides the national society of the transport network a recommendation as to the granting or refusal of the application. In case of positive assessment of the application, it gives a recommendation as to the criteria for success, partial success or failure to adopt deadlines for steps of the project and the amount of the deposit to accorder.e (production rate, temperature and fluid mineralization), national society of transport network. The national society of the transportation system examines whether the project can fit into the maximum amount of the supplement provided for in art. 15b, al. 4, of the Act for the current bonds and losses resulting from cautions.f. It gives the applicant a decision in principle binding as to the granting of bail in case of partial success or failure and it indicates what are the deadlines to be met and what would be the amount of the deposit according to the case. The Commission may extend the delais.g. It shall notify this decision to the SFOE.

3.3 project and the bail decision. The SFOE is an independent specialist as accompanist of the projet.a. The project manager updates available to Swisstopo all geodata useful treatment, in accordance with the Act of 5 October 2007 on the geoinformation.b. The project manager performs drilling and planned tests. The attendant of the project follows the project during the phase of drilling and testing. It monitors the work of drilling, stimulation and tests. It assesses the results of the tests, and he shall prepare a report for the experts.c group. If delays by clause 3.2, let. f, are not respected, the surety ends. The national society of the network of transport informed by way of decision.d. At the end of the work, the expert group is reviewing the results of the drilling and testing and evaluates these in terms of the success, partial success or the echec.e. The national society of the transport network communicates the result of the assessment to the person in charge of the project by a binding decision; it notifies him especially the success, partial success or failure as well as the amount to be paid on the basis of the bond.

3.4 the Panel is entitled to resort to other specialists.

4 4.1 refund if after a partial success or a failure, an amount was paid on the basis of a deposit and if the drill holes are still used or alienated subsequently, the national network of transport company must be informed. It should particularly be noted: a. type of use; (b) the owner and the Manager; c. If and to what extent of gains are made.

4.2 the art. 29 of the Act of 5 October 1990 on subsidies apply for refund of the amount paid on the basis of the bond.

Introduced by section 2 of the annex to the O on March 14, 2008, on the supply of electricity (RO 2008 1223). Updated according to according to section II of the O of 17 August 2011 (RO 2011 4067), ch. II al. O from 23 oct 1. 2013 (2013 3631 RO) and may 13, 2015, in force since June 1, 2015 (RO 2015 1415).
RS 510.62 RS 616.1 State on 1 January 2016 Appendix 1.7 (art. 17) compensation to the holder of a hydroelectric plant to carry out remediation measures in the case of hydroelectric power plants 1 requirements for the application the application must contain: a. the name of the applicant; b. the cantons and communes concerned; c. guidance on the objective of sanitation, as well as the type , the scale and the location of the action; d. indications on the economic measures character; e. the dates for the commencement and completion of the remediation measures; f. costs likely; g. indications on possible requests for payments after a part measures as well as delays and probable; h amounts. the existence of the required permissions building permits, clearing, fishery and water management permissions.

2 demand the competent cantonal authority assessment criteria and the FOEN evaluate demand based on the following criteria: a. the requirements under art. 39A and 43A WPA and according to art. 10 LFSP; b. the economic nature of the measures.

3 3.1 costs are attributable as cost effective and directly required to carry out economic and adequate measures under art. 39A and 43A WPA and art. 10 LFSP. They include the costs of the following measures: a. the planning and construction of facilities drivers; (b) the purchase of land; c. the planning and execution of measures; in particular the construction of required facilities; (d) control of the effectiveness of measures; e. until the expiry of the concession: staffing of the flow rate required by the operation of a facility providing the free migration of fish, as long as this flow does not have to be returned as a residual flow according to art. 80 WPA.

3.2 are not attributable especially: a. taxes and taxes; (b) the costs of maintenance of the facilities c. insurance premiums; d. fees and the fees e. Justice, lawyer and notary fees; f. the costs of measures for which the holder of a hydroelectric power plant has already been compensated.

3.3 the DETEC sets the details of the calculation of costs attributable to operating measures.

Introduced by section 2 of the annex to the O of May 4, 2011, in force since June 1, 2011 (RO 2011 1955).
RS 814.20 923.0 State on 1 January 2016 Appendix 1.8 RS (article 6B to 6 d) unique compensation for small photovoltaic 1 Definition 1.1 Definition Generalela definition of a photovoltaic facilities based on Appendix 1.2, ch. 1.
1.2 significantly expanded facility or Renoveeune installation is deemed significantly expanded or renovated when the normalized maximum DC power from the electricity generator solar (maximum DC power) increases of at least 2 kW due to the expansion or renovation.

2 categories the following installation categories eligible for single compensation: a. isolated; b. facilities added; c. facilities integrated facilities.

The definition of the categories of installation is based on Appendix 1.2, ch. 2.

3 the single compensation 3.1 single compensation consists of a base and contribution a contribution related to power. Notable renovations and enlargements have only a contribution related to power. The following rates apply: facility start-up 1.1.2013 category-31.12.2013 1.1.2014-31.3.2015 1.4.2015-30.9.2015 from the added 1.10.2015 / isolated basic Contribution [CHF] 1500 1400 1400 1400-related Contribution to the power [CHF/power (kW) maximum] 1000 850 680 500 integrated basic Contribution [CHF] 2000 1800 1800 1800 Contribution related to 1200 1050 830 610 [CHF/kW] power 3.2 the maximum DC power is decisive for the calculation of the amount of the retribution.3.3 no single compensation is paid a DC power facilities maximum of less than 2 kW.3.4 the modules need to be controlled according to standards reconnues.3.5 for operators of facilities put in service before January 1, 2013, having announced their project before 31 December 2012 at the latest, the following rates apply to compensation of injection: category commissioning before December 31, 2010 commissioning from 1 January 2011 implementation from January 1, 2012

Added / isolated basic Contribution [CHF] 2450 1900 1600 Contribution related to power [CHF/kW] 1850-1450-1200 integrated basic Contribution [CHF] 3300 2650 2200 2100-1700-1400 [CHF/kW] power-related Contribution the expansions and the notable renovations have only one contribution tied to the power.
3.6 3.2 to 3.4 points also apply to operators referred to in point 3.5.Lorsqu' a plant consists of several fields of modules belonging to various categories in terms of the No. 2, both the basic contribution as the contribution related to power are calculated according to the average rates weighted by the power.
3.7 when a plant consists of several fields of modules belonging to various categories in terms of the No. 2, both the basic contribution as the contribution related to power are calculated according to the average rates weighted by the power.

4 procedures for announcement and decision Greetinggreeting 4.1' announcement respects art. 3g; It is not necessary that the retribution of the injection or the single compensation has been fixed permanently. The announcement is governed by Appendix 1.2, 5.1 ch.
4.2 notice serviceL' notice of service includes at least the items referred to in Appendix 1.2, ch. 5.3.

5 operating the facility operator must provide the SFOE, on request, access to the data of the installation.

6 operation of the facility and return 6.1 FonctionnementPendant at least ten years, the facilities must: a. subject to maintenance to ensure a regular operation; ETB. achieve a minimum production such that it can be expected given the location of the installation.


6.2 RestitutionLa national society of transport network may claim restitution of compensation only when: a. installation does not work in accordance with section 6.1; or Frenchie. the facility was transferred to another location.

6.3 partial restitution or case of rigueurEn function of the degree of dysfunction of the facility, the national society of the transport network may also require only partial restitution of unique compensation. In the case of hardship, she may waive demand the return of the single compensation.

7 transitional provisions 7.1 national society of transport network invites operators whose facilities are in service and on the waiting list to assert their right of option according to art. 6b, al. 3 of this order or according to art. 28 d, al. 4, of the Act, as long as they have a such droit.7.2 operators who did not give a response within a period of 60 days, are deemed to have opted for the remuneration of the injection at the expense of the unique reward.

Introduced by section II al. 2 o of March 7, 2014 (RO 2014 611). Last updated by clause II of the O from 5 nov. in force since Jan. 1, 2014. 2015 (2014 3683 RO).

Status January 1, 2016 Appendix 2.1 (art. 7, para. 1, 10, al. 1 to 4, 11, para. 1 and 3, 21A, para. 1, let. c) requirements for the marketing of water heaters, hot water heaters and heat accumulators 1 scope 1.1 the water heaters, hot water heaters and accumulators of heat with a capacity from 30 to 2000 l of water equipped with a thermal insulation of factory or prefabricated, are subject to a procedure of expertise energetique.1.2 water heaters, hot water heaters and accumulators of heat specially designed to use solar energy or heat are subject to any procedure of energy expertise. However, they must meet the requirements applicable to the circulation (points 2.1 and 2.2). These requirements must be documented. DETEC sets the details.1.3 water heaters, hot water heaters and accumulators isolated on-site, water heaters to circulation or tank directly heated gas connections (pumps, fittings, etc.) between heat-generating and facilities as well as the devices referred to in section 1.1 are subject to no energy expert.

2 requirements for the 2.1 release mechanisms and devices referred to in points 1.1 and 1.2 can be marketed only if they meet the following criteria: capacity nominal admissible maximum loss (kWh/24 h) capacity nominal loss maximum eligible (kWh/24 h) 30 50 80 100 120 150 200 300 400 500 600 0.75 0.90 1.1 1.3 1.4 1.6 2.1 2.6 3.1 3.5 3.8 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1500 2000 4.1 4.3 4.5 4.7
4.8 4.9 5.0 5.1 5.2 a for intermediate capacities, proceed to a linear interpolation. The actual capacity should not be more than 5% less than the rated capacity.

2.2 these values apply to devices having not more than 2 lines and facilities. For each additional driving, losses may increase to a value between 0.1 and 0.3 kWh per 24 h.2.3 for installations and equipment referred to in point 1.1, the measure is subject to the following conditions: a. temperature mean of the 65 ° C water; b. ambient temperature 20 ° C; c. not of water extraction; d. unit completely filled with water.

3 declaration of conformity the declaration of conformity must give the following information: a. name and address of the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland; b. description of the water heater, the hot or the accumulator of heat water tank; c. statement that the device in question meets the criteria set out in section 2; d. name and address of the person who signs the declaration of conformity for the producer or his representative established in Switzerland.

4 technical documents technical documentation must give the following information: a. General description of the water heater, the hot or the accumulator of heat water tank b. projects, sketches and plans of production, in particular parts, subgroups of editing and switching circuits; (c) descriptions and explanations necessary to understand the sketches and plans as well as the operation of the product; d. list of standards entirely or partially implemented and description of the solutions adopted to meet the requirements of section 2; e. results of calculations and audits; f. minutes of own expertise or written by third parties.

5 tagging mechanisms and devices that meet the criteria of marketing in this order must have, by the care of the producer or importer, at least of the following indications, well visible: a. producer or company vending; (b) the model designation; c. nominal capacity in litres; d. heat loss in kWh/24 h.

6 test the SFOE Agency recognizes a body test (art. 21, para. 1, let. c) when it: a. is free of any commercial, financial or other interest that could adversely affect the results of expertise; b. employs sufficiently trained and experienced personnel; c. has appropriate equipment and premises; d. maintains its own documentation system; e. made sure the worthy of protection data remains secret.

7 transitional facilities and devices marketed before the entry into force of this order must meet the requirements and procedures prescribed by the Ordinance of 22 January 1992 on the energy.
Art. 10, al. 2, does not apply to facilities and devices mentioned in point 1.1 for which an admission in accordance with the order of 22 January 1992 on the energy was issued.

Formerly app. 1.1 updated according to ch. II al. 1 o of June 9, 2006 (RO 2006 2411) and point 2 of the annex to the O on March 14, 2008, on the supply of electricity (RO 2008 1223).
[RO 1992 397, 1993-818-2366, 1994 1168 1839, 1995 2760, 1996 2243 ch. I 64]

Status January 1, 2016 Appendix 2.2 (art. 7, para. 1 and 2, 10, al. 1 to 4, 11, al. 1, 21A, para. 1, let. c) requirements relating to energy efficiency and the introduction of refrigerators, freezers and combined appliances powered by sector 1 scope 1.1 the present appendix applies to refrigerators and freezers powered by sector (refrigerators and freezers) and combinations of such devices having a useful volume between 1500 and 10 litres.1.2 are excluded from its scope of application: a. the powered devices mainly sources of energy other than electricity; b. custom built devices c. devices designed for the tertiary sector with electronic sensors capable to record withdrawals of chilled food and automatically transmit information over a network to a system of remote control for the management of stocks; d. devices that do not have primary function the storage of food by refrigeration, such as ice machines or autonomous drinks distributors.

2 requirements applicable to the circulation 2.1 devices referred to in point 1.1 can be put into circulation if their index of efficiency (IEE) according to annexes I, VI, VIII and IX of the delegated Regulation (EU) n 1060/2010 is less than 42, or, from 1 January 2013, 33.2.2 absorption refrigeration appliances and refrigerators that aren't compressor devices may be put into circulation when their useful volume is less than 60 litres and that their index of efficiency (IEE) according to annexes I, VI, VIII and IX of delegated Regulation (EU) No 1060/2010 is less than 125, or, from July 1, 2015, at 110.2.3 from 1 January 2013, wine storage devices referred to in the Regulation (EC) n 643/2009 can be put into circulation only when their index of efficiency (IEE) according to annexes I VI, VIII and IX of the delegated Regulation (EU) n 1060/2010 is less than 55 from January 1, 2013.

3 expert energy energy consumption and other characteristics of the appliances referred to in section 1 are measured according to the European standard EN 153.

4 declaration of conformity the declaration of conformity shall provide the following information: a. the name and address of the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland; (b) a description of the unit; c. a declaration that the device meets the requirements referred to in point 2; (d) the name and address of the person who signs the declaration of conformity for the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland.

5 technical documentation technical documentation must provide the following information:

a. all information necessary to identify the device unequivocal; b. indications - and possibly sketches - on the main features of the model, including the most significant aspects for energy consumption such as dimensions, capacity, features of the compressors as well as the specifics; c. operating instructions; d. the results of the tests of energy consumption made according to European EN 153 and corresponding under Schedule I classification , II, III, IV, VI, VIII and IX of the delegated Regulation (EU) n 2010-1060; e. the expertise of the manufacturer reports or expert reports written by third parties.

6 test the SFOE Agency recognizes a body test when it (art. 21, para. 1, let. c): a. is free of any commercial, financial or other interest that could adversely affect the results of expertise; b. employs sufficiently trained and experienced personnel; c. has appropriate equipment and premises; d. maintains a system of documentation appropriate; (e) ensures that the worthy of protection data remains secret.

7 indication of energy consumption and marking 7.1 information on energy consumption and markings, with the exception of the emblems of the EU, shall conform to annexes I, II, III, IV, VI, VIII and IX of the delegated Regulation (EU) n 2010-1060. If EU emblems were affixed, they can be kept as long as they conform to the requirements of the UE.7.2 anyone who puts into circulation or provide refrigerators and freezers must ensure that the energy label included on models exhibition, on the packaging and on the sales documents (prospectus, how-to, Internet, etc.).

8 transitional provisions 8.1 the devices do not meet the requirements of this appendix which are in force on December 31, 2011 should no longer be put in circulation or fournis.8.2 devices not satisfying to the requirements of this appendix which take effect on January 1, 2012 may be put into circulation until June 30, 2012 at the latest according to the requirements of this appendix which are in effect until December 31, 2011 and can be provided until 31 December 2013 at the tard.8.3 devices not satisfying to the requirements of this appendix which take effect January 1, 2013 cannot be provided until December 31, 2014 at most tard.8.4 devices not satisfying to the requirements of this appendix which take effect July 1, 2015 cannot be provided until June 30, 2017 at the latest.

Formerly app. 1.2. introduced by section II al. 1 from 7 Dec o. 2001 (RO 2002 181). New content according to section II of the O on October 19. 2011, in force since Jan. 1. 2012 (2011 4799 RO).
Delegate R (EU) n 1060/2010 Commission on Sept. 28. 2010 supplementing directive 30/2010/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council in regard to the indication, by means of labelling, the energy consumption of household refrigeration appliances, OJ L 314 of the 30.11.2010, p. 17.
R (EC) n 643/2009 of the Commission from 22 July. 2009 on the application of directive 2005/32/EC of the European Parliament and the Council with regard to ecodesign requirements for devices of household refrigeration, JO L 191 of the 23.7.2009, p. 53.
The text of the standard can be obtained from the Association for electrical engineering, energy and information (electrosuisse), Luppmenstr technologies. 1, 8320 Fehraltorf.
See footnote No 3 page.
See footnote to section 2.1 on page.
See footnote to section 2.1 on page.
RO 2002 181, 2009 3473 6837, 2010 6125 status January 1, 2016 Appendix 2.3 (art. 7, para. 1 and 2, 10, al. 1 to 4, 11, para. 1, and 21 a, al. 1, let. c) requirements relating to energy efficiency and the introduction of electric lamps for home use open-ended powered by sector 1 scope 1.1 this appendix applies to domestic lamps powered by sector (incandescent lamps and compact fluorescent lamps integrated ballast), to household fluorescent lamps (including single or two units fluorescent lamps and compact fluorescent lamps without integrated ballast), even when they are intended for non-domestic use, and other technologies of lamps when they are intended for use domestique.1.2... 1.3 it does not apply to the lamps referred to in art. 1, let. a to g of Regulation (EC) n 244/2009.

2 requirements applicable to the circulation the lamps referred to in clause 1.1 may be put into circulation if they meet the requirements referred to in art. 3 and the annexes I and II of Regulation (EC) n 244/2009.

3 energy consumption energy expertise proceedings and other properties of the lamps referred to in section 1.1 are measured according to the relevant standards.

4 declaration of conformity the declaration of conformity shall include: a. the name and address of the producer or his representative established in Switzerland; (b) a description of the lamp; c. a declaration that the relevant lamp meets the requirements referred to in point 2; (d) the name and address of the person who signs the declaration of conformity for the producer or his representative established in Switzerland.

5 technical documents technical documentation must provide the following information: a. a description of the lamp; b. projects, sketches and plans of production, in particular parts, subgroups of Assembly and circuits of switching; (c) descriptions and explanations necessary to understand such sketches and plans as well as the operation of the product; d. a list of standards fully or partially applied and a description of the solutions adopted to meet the requirements referred to in point 2; e. the results of the design calculations and controls; f. the expertise of the manufacturer reports or expert reports written by third parties.

6 test the SFOE Agency recognizes a body test when it (art. 21, para. 1, let. c): a. is free of any commercial, financial or other interest that could adversely affect the results of expertise; b. employs sufficiently trained and experienced personnel; c. has appropriate equipment and premises; d. maintains a system of documentation appropriate; (e) ensures that the worthy of protection data remains secret.

7 7.1 marking and indication of energy consumption energy consumption information must comply with Appendix 3.3.7.2 except for the symbols of the EU, other marking indications must conform to annex II, point 3, of Regulation (EC) n 244/2009. If the EU emblems were affixed, they can be kept for as much that they conform to the requirements of the UE.7.3 anyone who puts into circulation or provides lamps must ensure that the energy label included on models, on the packaging and on the sales documents (prospectus, employment, Internet, etc.). Including the information referred to in point 7.2 must appear on the packaging.

8 transitional provisions 8.1 the lamps did not meet the requirements of this appendix which are in force on December 31, 2011 should no longer be put into circulation or fournies.8.2 lamps not satisfying to the requirements of this appendix which take effect September 1, 2012 cannot be provided until 31 August 2014 more than tard.8.3 lamps not satisfying to the requirements of this appendix which take effect September 1, 2013 cannot be provided until 31 August 2015 as tard.8.4 lamps not satisfying the requirements of this appendix which take effect September 1, 2016 can only be provided until August 31, 2018 at the latest.

New content according to section II of the O on October 19. 2011 (2011 4799 RO). Last updated by clause II al. 1 o of 23 October. in force since Jan. 1, 2013. 2014 (2013 3631 RO).
R (EC) n 244/2009 of the Commission of 18 March 2009 implementing directive 2005/32/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council with regard to the requirements for ecodesign of lamps not directed domestic use, JO L 76 of the 24.3.2009, p. 3; amended lastly by the R (EC) n 859/2009, OJ L 247 of the 19.9.2009, p. 3.
See section 1.3 page footnote.
The text of the standards can be obtained from the Association for electrical engineering, energy and information (electrosuisse), Luppmenstr technologies. 1, 8320 Fehraltorf.
See section 1.3 page footnote.
RO 2009 3473 6837, 2010 6125 status January 1, 2016 Appendix 2.4 (art. 7, para. 1 and 2, 10, al. 1 to 4, 11, para. 1, and 21 a, para. 1, let. c) requirements relating to energy efficiency and the introduction of machines powered by sector 1 scope 1.1 domestic washing this appendix applies to machines domestic washing the secteur.1.2-powered devices that can be powered by other energy sources are excluded from the scope of this appendix.

2 requirements for putting into circulation referred to in point 1.1 devices can be put into circulation if they meet the requirements referred to in annex I to Regulation (EU) n 2010-1015.

3 energy expert


Energy consumption and other characteristics of the appliances referred to in section 1 are measured according to art. 2 and annexes II and III to Regulation (EU) n 2010-1015, and according to the European standard EN 60456.

4 declaration of conformity the declaration of conformity shall provide the following information: a. the name and address of the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland; (b) a description of the unit; c. a declaration that the device meets the requirements referred to in point 2; (d) the name and address of the person who signs the declaration of conformity for the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland.

5 technical documentation technical documentation must provide the following: a. all information necessary to identify the device unequivocal; b. indications - and possibly the sketch - on the main features of the model, including the most significant aspects for the consumption of energy such as dimensions, the countenance and the specificities c. operating instructions; (d) the results of the tests of consumption of energy and other characteristics of the devices are made according to the European standard EN 60456 art. 2 and annexes II and III to Regulation (EU) n 2010-1015 and art. 2 and annexes I to VII of the delegated Regulation (EU) n 1061/2010 as well as the corresponding classification under the latter Regulation; (e) the expertise of the manufacturer reports or expert reports written by third parties.

6 test the SFOE Agency recognizes a body test when it (art. 21, para. 1, let. c): a. is free of any commercial, financial or other interest that could adversely affect the results of expertise; b. employs sufficiently trained and experienced personnel; c. has appropriate equipment and premises; d. maintains a system of documentation appropriate; (e) ensures that the worthy of protection data remains secret.

7 indications and marking 7.1 with the exception of the emblems of the EU, information to energy efficiency and other features of the devices as well as the marking must be in line with art. 2 as well as annexes I to VII of the delegated Regulation (EU) n 2010-1061. If the EU emblems were affixed, they can be kept for as much that they conform to the requirements of the UE.7.2 anyone who puts into circulation or provides washing domestic laundry machines must ensure that the energy label included on models, on the packaging and on the sales documents (prospectus, employment, Internet, etc.).

8 transitional provisions 8.1 the devices do not meet the requirements of this appendix which are in force on December 31, 2011 should no longer be put in circulation or fournis.8.2 devices not satisfying to the requirements of this appendix which take effect on January 1, 2012 may be put into circulation until June 30, 2012 at the latest according to the requirements of this appendix which are in effect until December 31, 2011 and can be provided until 31 December 2013 at the tard.8.3 devices not satisfying the requirements of this appendix which take effect on December 1, 2013 cannot be provided until 30 November 2015 at the latest.

Formerly app. 3.1. introduced by section II al. 1 from 7 Dec o. 2001 (RO 2002 181). New content according to section II of the O on October 19. 2011, in force since Jan. 1. 2012 (2011 4799 RO).
R (EU) n 1015/2010 Commission from 10 nov. 2010 implementing directive 2009/125/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council with regard to ecodesign requirements for household washing machines, OJ L 293 of the 11.11.2010, p. 21.
See footnote No. 2 page.
The text of the standard can be obtained from the Association for electrical engineering, energy and information (electrosuisse), Luppmenstr technologies. 1, 8320 Fehraltorf.
See footnote No 3 page.
See footnote No. 2 page.
Delegate R (EU) n 1061/2010 Commission on Sept. 28. 2010 supplementing directive 30/2010/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council in regard to the indication, by means of labelling, the energy consumption of household washing machines, OJ L 314 of the 30.11.2010, p. 47.
See footnote on page on ch. 5, let. d. RO 2009 3473 6837, 2010 6125 status January 1, 2016 Appendix 2.5 (art. 7, para. 1 and 2, 10, al. 1 to 4, 11, para. 1, and 21 a, para. 1, let. c) requirements relating to energy efficiency and the introduction of the dryer drum powered by sector 1 scope 1.1 this appendix applies to the dryer drum powered by the secteur.1.2 devices that can be powered by other sources of energy are excluded from the scope of this appendix.

2 requirements for putting into circulation referred to in point 1.1 devices can be put into circulation if they display an energy efficiency index lower at 42 for a cycle 'dry cotton', according to the test procedure described in the European standard EN 61121 and annex VII of the delegated Regulation (EU) No. 392/2012.

3 expert energy energy consumption and other characteristics of the appliances referred to in section 1 are measured according to the European standard EN 61121 or according to another reliable, precise and repeatable measurement process, taking into account generally accepted measuring methods. The measured values can deviate up to 10% of the prescribed values.

4 declaration of conformity the declaration of conformity shall provide the following information: a. the name and address of the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland; (b) a description of the unit; c. a declaration that the device meets the requirements referred to in point 2; (d) the name and address of the person who signs the declaration of conformity for the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland.

5 technical documents technical documentation must provide the following: a. all information necessary to identify the device unequivocal; b. indications - and possibly sketches - on the main features of the model, including the most significant aspects for energy consumption such as dimensions, capacity, the process of drying as well as the specificities c. operating instructions; d. the results of energy consumption tests carried out according to the standard EN 61121 European and the corresponding classification under the delegated Regulation (EU) No. 392/2012; e. the expertise of the manufacturer reports or expert reports written by third parties.

6 test the SFOE Agency recognizes a body test when it (art. 21, para. 1, let. c): a. is free of any commercial, financial or other interest that could adversely affect the results of expertise; b. employs sufficiently trained and experienced personnel; c. has appropriate equipment and premises; d. maintains a system of documentation appropriate; (e) ensures that the worthy of protection data remains secret.

7 indication of energy consumption and marking 7.1 with the exception of the emblems of the EU, information on energy consumption and marking shall be: a. to the 30/2010/EU directive. ETB. to the regulations delegated (EU) n 392/2012.

If EU emblems were affixed, they can be kept as long as they conform to the requirements of the EU.
7.2 anyone who puts into circulation or provides electric dryer drum must ensure that the energy label included on models, on the packaging and on the sales documents (prospectus, employment, Internet, etc.).

8 transitional provision for the amendment of October 23, 2013 devices that meet the requirements in force until December 31, 2013, regarding information about energy consumption and the marking can be put into circulation until 31 December 2014 and provided until December 31, 2015.

9 transitional provision relating to the amendment of June 25, 2014 devices that satisfy distribution requirements laid down in the provisions in force until 31 July 2014 may be put into circulation until 31 December 2014 at the latest and may be provided until July 31, 2016 at the latest.

Formerly app. 3.2. introduced by section II al. 1 from 7 Dec o. 2001 (RO 2002 181). New content according to section II of the O on October 19. 2011 (2011 4799 RO). Last updated by clause II al. O from 23 oct 1. 2013 (2013 3631 RO) and on June 25, 2014, in effect since August 1, 2014 (RO 2014 2193).
The text of the standard can be obtained from the Association for electrical engineering, energy and information (electrosuisse), Luppmenstr technologies. 1, 8320 Fehraltorf; www.Electrosuisse.ch delegate R (EU) n 392/2012 the Commission of 1 March 2012 supplementing directive 30/2010/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council with regard to the indication, by means of labelling, energy consumption of domestic dryer drum, version of the 9.5.2012 JO L 123, p. 1.
See footnote No. 2 page.
See footnote No 3 page.

Delegate R (EU) n 392/2012 the Commission of 1 March 2012 supplementing directive 30/2010/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council with regard to the indication, by means of labelling, energy consumption of domestic dryer drum, version of the 9.5.2012 JO L 123, p. 1.
Directive 30/2010/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 May 2010 on the indication, by means of labelling and of uniform information related to products, consumption of energy and other resources products related to energy, OJ L 153 of the 18.6.2010, p. 1.
See footnote 5 section page.

Status January 1, 2016 Appendix 2.6 (art. 7, para. 1 and 2, 10, al. 1 to 4, 11, para. 1, and 21 a, al. 1, let. c) requirements relating to energy efficiency and the introduction of machines floor-washers domestic combined fed by sector 1 scope 1.1 this appendix applies to machines floor-washers domestic combined which are fed by the secteur.1.2 devices that can be powered by other energy sources are excluded from the scope application of this appendix.

2 requirements for putting into circulation referred to in point 1.1 devices can be put into circulation if they consume maximum 0.93 kWh of electrical energy per kg of laundry for a full cycle (washing, spinning and drying), on the basis of the standard program "cotton 60 ° C" and the drying programme 'dry cotton', according to the definitions and the test procedure of the directive 96/60/EC and of the standard EN 50229.

3 expert energy power consumption and other characteristics of the appliances referred to in section 1 are measured according to the European standard EN 50229.

4 declaration of conformity the declaration of conformity shall provide the following information: a. the name and address of the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland; (b) a description of the unit; c. a declaration that the device meets the requirements referred to in point 2; (d) the name and address of the person who signs the declaration of conformity for the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland.

5 technical documents technical documentation must provide the following: a. all information necessary to identify the device unequivocal; b. indications - and possibly sketches - on the main features of the model, including the most significant aspects for energy consumption such as dimensions, capacity, the process of drying as well as the specificities c. operating instructions; d. the results of energy consumption tests carried out according to the standard EN 50229 European and the corresponding classification under directive 96/60/EC; e. the expertise of the manufacturer reports or expert reports written by third parties.

6 test the SFOE Agency recognizes a body test when it (art. 21, para. 1, let. c): a. is free of any commercial, financial or other interest that could adversely affect the results of expertise; b. employs sufficiently trained and experienced personnel; c. has appropriate equipment and premises; d. maintains a system of documentation appropriate; (e) ensures that the worthy of protection data remains secret.

7 indications and marking 7.1 with the exception of the emblems of the EU, relating to energy consumption and efficiency of washing and marking must be in accordance with: a. 30/2010/EU directive. ETB. to directive 96/60/EC.

If EU emblems were affixed, they can be kept as long as they conform to the requirements of the EU.
7.2 anyone who puts into circulation or provides combined domestic washers washing machines must ensure that the energy label included on models, on the packaging and on the sales documents (prospectus, employment, Internet, etc.).

8 final provision devices which do not meet the requirements of section 2 of this appendix should more be put into circulation or provided.

Formerly app. 3.5. introduced by section II al. 1 from 7 Dec o. 2001 (RO 2002 181). New content according to section II of the O on October 19. 2011, in force since Jan. 1. 2012 (2011 4799 RO).
Directive 96/60/EC of the Commission of 19 sept. 1996 bearing terms of application of the directive 92/75/EEC of the Council in regard to the indication of the energy consumption of the combined domestic floor-washers, OJ L 266 of the 18.10.1996, p. 1; amended last by directive 2006/80/EC, OJ L 362 of the 20.12.2006, p. 67.
The text of the standard can be obtained from the Association for electrical engineering, energy and information (electrosuisse), Luppmenstr technologies. 1, 8320 Fehraltorf.
See footnote No. 2 page.
The text of the standard can be obtained from the Association for electrical engineering, energy and information (electrosuisse), Luppmenstr technologies. 1, 8320 Fehraltorf.
See footnote No. 2 page.
Directive 30/2010/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 May 2010 on the indication, by means of labelling and of uniform information related to products, consumption of energy and other resources products related to energy, OJ L 153 of the 18.6.2010, p. 1.
See footnote No. 2 page.

Status January 1, 2016 Appendix 2.7 (art. 7, para. 1 and 2, 10, al. 1 to 4, 11, para. 1, and 21 a, al. 1, let. c) requirements relating to energy efficiency and the introduction of the ovens powered by sector 1 scope 1.1 this appendix applies to ovens powered by the secteur.1.2 are excluded from its scope of application : a. devices that can be powered by other energy sources; b. portable devices not intended to be installed permanently and weighs less than 18 kg.

2 requirements applicable to the circulation referred to in point 1.1 devices can be put into circulation if they do not exceed following energy consumption, determined according to art. 2 and annex II of directive 2002/40/EC and according to the European standard EN 50304: a. devices with small speaker of less than 35 litres net volume: 0.60 kWh of electric energy; b. devices with average speaker of an at least 35 litres and less than 65 litres net volume: 0.80 kWh of electric energy; c. devices with large enclosure with a net volume of 65 litres and more : 1.00 kWh of electric energy.

3 expert energy power consumption and other characteristics of the appliances referred to in section 1 are measured according to the European standard EN 50304.

4 declaration of conformity the declaration of conformity shall provide the following information: a. the name and address of the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland; (b) a description of the unit; c. a declaration that the device meets the requirements referred to in point 2; (d) the name and address of the person who signs the declaration of conformity for the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland.

5 technical documents technical documentation must provide the following: a. all information necessary to identify the device unequivocal; b. indications - and possibly sketches - on the main features of the model, including the most significant aspects for energy consumption such as dimensions, capacity, type of ventilation and insulation as well as the specificities c. operating instructions; d. the results of the tests of energy consumption made according to European EN 50304 and the corresponding classification under art. annexes I to IV and 2 directive 2002/40/EC; (e) the expertise of the manufacturer reports or expert reports written by third parties.

6 test the SFOE Agency recognizes a body test when it (art. 21, para. 1, let. c): a. is free of any commercial, financial or other interest that could adversely affect the results of expertise; b. employs sufficiently trained and experienced personnel; c. has appropriate equipment and premises; d. maintains a system of documentation appropriate; (e) ensures that the worthy of protection data remains secret.

7 indication of energy consumption and marking 7.1 with the exception of the emblems of the EU, information on energy consumption and marking shall be: a. to the 30/2010/EU directive. ETB. to the art. 3 and 4 and in annexes I to VII and VIII, table 6, delegated regulations (EU) n 65/2014.

If EU emblems were affixed, they can be kept as long as they conform to the requirements of the EU.
7.2 anyone who puts into circulation or provides ovens powered by sector must ensure that the energy label included on models, on the packaging and on the sales documents (prospectus, employment, Internet, etc.).

8 transitional provision relating to the amendment of June 25, 2014 devices that satisfy distribution requirements laid down in the provisions in force until 31 July 2014 may be put into circulation until 31 December 2014 at the latest and may be provided until July 31, 2016 at the latest.


Formerly app. 3.7. introduced by ch I al. 2 o from nov 19. 2003 (RO 2003 4747). New content according to section II of the O on October 19. 2011 (2011 4799 RO). Last updated by clause II al. 1 o on June 25, 2014, in effect since August 1, 2014 (RO 2014 2193).
2002/40/EC Commission directive of 8 May 2002 implementing directive 92/75/EEC of the Council with regard to the indication of the energy consumption of electric ovens for domestic use, OJ L 128 of the 15.5.2002, p. 45; amended lastly by directive 2006/80/EC, OJ L 362 of the 20.12.2006, p. 62.
The text of the standard can be obtained from the Association for electrical engineering, energy and information (electrosuisse), Luppmenstr technologies. 1, 8320 Fehraltorf; www.Electrosuisse.ch the text of the standard can be obtained from the Association for electrical engineering, energy and information (electrosuisse), Luppmenstr technologies. 1, 8320 Fehraltorf.
The text of the standard can be obtained from the Association for electrical engineering, energy and information (electrosuisse), Luppmenstr technologies. 1, 8320 Fehraltorf.
See footnote No. 2 page.
Directive 30/2010/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 May 2010 on the indication, by means of labelling and of uniform information related to products, consumption of energy and other resources products related to energy, OJ L 153 of the 18.6.2010, p. 1.
Delegate R (EU) n 65/2014 the Commission of 1 October. 2013 supplementing directive 30/2010/EU of the European Parliament and the Council with regard to energy labelling of ovens and domestic hoods, version of the OJ L 29 of the 31.1.2014, p. 1.

Status January 1, 2016 Appendix 2.8 (art. 7, para. 1 and 2, 10, al. 1 to 4, 11, para. 1, and 21 a, al. 1, let. c) and requirements relating to energy efficiency in standby mode and off mode to the circulation of the appliances and office electrical and electronic powered by sector 1 scope 1.1 this appendix applies , pursuant to art. 1 of Regulation (EC) n 1275/2008, household equipment and electrical and electronic office that are mass-produced and which must be supplied by the sector to operate normalement.1.2 are excluded from the scope: a. facilities of information processing that are not part of class B defined by the standard in 55022:2006; b. equipment of information processing that are designed to operate with a voltage of more than 300 volts; c. the equipment that are produced at the unit and are not being marketed on a large scale; d. household and office electrical and electronic equipment that are put into circulation with an external power supply low voltage with a voltage output of less than 6 volts and an output current of at least 550 milliamps intensity; e. desktop computers integrated desktop computers and laptops referred to in art. 4 of the Regulation (EU) n 617/2013.

2 release 2.1 requirements referred to in point 1.1 devices can be put into circulation if they meet the requirements of art. 2 and of annexes I and II of the Regulation (EC) n 1275/2008.2.2 these devices must meet the requirements set out in annex II, Chapter 1, of Regulation (EC) n 1275/2008 from January 1, 2010 and the requirements set out in section 2 of the same schedule from January 1, 2013.

3 procedure of expertise energy power consumption and other characteristics of the appliances referred to in section 1 are measured according to section 5 of the international standard IEC 62087 Electrotechnical Commission, according to the standard EN 62301 or according to the standard EN 50564.

4 declaration of conformity the declaration of conformity shall provide the following information: a. the name and address of the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland; (b) a description of the unit; c. a declaration that the device meets the requirements referred to in point 2; (d) the name and address of the person who signs the declaration of conformity for the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland.

5 technical documents technical documentation must provide the following: a. all information necessary to identify the device unequivocal; b. indications - and possibly sketches - on the main features of the model, including the aspects the most significant energy consumption such as the screen size, resolution, brightness, the connections as well as the specifics; c. the operating instructions; (d) the results of the energy expertise proceedings; e. reports of expertise of the manufacturer or the expert reports written by third parties.

6 test the SFOE Agency recognizes a body test when it (art. 21, para. 1, let. c): a. is free of any commercial, financial or other interest that could adversely affect the results of expertise; b. employs sufficiently trained and experienced personnel; c. has appropriate equipment and premises; d. maintains a system of documentation appropriate; (e) ensures that the worthy of protection data remains secret.

7 transitional provision relating to the amendment of June 25, 2014 devices that satisfy distribution requirements laid down in the provisions in force until 31 July 2014 may be put into circulation until 31 December 2014 at the latest and may be provided until July 31, 2016 at the latest.

Introduced by section II al. 3 of the June 24, 2009 (RO 2009 3473) O. New content according to section II of the O on October 19. 2011 (2011 4799 RO). Last updated by clause II al. 1 o on June 25, 2014, in effect since August 1, 2014 (RO 2014 2193).
R (EC) n 1275/2008 of the Commission on Dec. 17. 2008 implementing directive 2005/32/EC of the European Parliament and the Council with regard to ecodesign requirements for electricity consumption in standby mode, stop mode and standby with maintaining the connection to the network of household equipment and electrical and electronic office, OJ L 339 of the 18.12.2008, p. 45; amended lastly by R (EU) n 801/2013, OJ L 225 of the 23.8.2013, p. 1.
The text of the standard can be obtained from the Association for electrical engineering, energy and information (electrosuisse), Luppmenstr technologies. 1, 8320 Fehraltorf.
R (EU) n 617/2013 the Commission of 26 June 2013 implementing directive 2009/125/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council with regard to ecodesign requirements for computers and computer servers, version of the OJ L 175 of the 27.6.2013, p. 13.
See footnote of page CH 1.1.
The text of the IEC standard can be obtained from the Association for electrical engineering, energy and information (electrosuisse), Luppmenstr technologies. 1, 8320 Fehraltorf.
The text of the standards can be obtained from the Association for electrical engineering, energy and information (electrosuisse), Luppmenstr technologies. 1, 8320 Fehraltorf.

Status January 1, 2016 Appendix 2.9 (art. 7, para. 1 and 2, 10, al. 1 to 4, 11, para. 1, and 21 a, al. 1, let. c) requirements relating to energy efficiency and the introduction of the STBs (set-top-box) powered by sector 1 scope this appendix applies to appliances powered by the sector used for the reception decoding and recording of broadcasts of radio and television, as well as for interactive processes and similar services. It applies to the following devices: a. decoders (set top box) complex referred to in point 2 of the Code of Conduct on Energy Efficiency of Digital TV Service Systems (version 9) of the European Commission on 1 July 2013; b. decoders simple (simple set-top-box), according to the art. 1 and 2 of Regulation (EC) n 107/2009.

2 requirements applicable to the circulation 2.1 devices referred to in no. 1, let. a, can be put into circulation if they meet the requirements of the Code of Conduct on Energy Efficiency of Digital TV Service Systems (version 9) of the European Commission on July 1, 2013. As an exception to section 8.2 of the Code of Conduct, the durations for the determination of the cycle of 24 hours (headed) must be defined as follows: a. tone = 4.30; b TStandby in the Group 3 × delay-ODA; c. TAPD = 24 - tone - T Standby.

2.2 on the basis of a reasoned request, the SFOE may allow additional energy for devices referred to in section 1, let. a, who meet additional importantes.2.3 devices referred to in no. 1, let compared with the responsibilities set out in section 8 of the Code of Conduct of the functions. b, can be put into circulation if they meet the requirements set out in annex I, points 2 to 4 and 7, of Regulation (EC) n 107/2009.

3 procedure of expertise energy power consumption and other characteristics of the appliances referred to in section 1 are measured according to the standards IEC 62301 and IEC 62087 of the International Electrotechnical Commission, or according to the standard EN 50564.

4 declaration of conformity the declaration of conformity shall provide the following information:

a. the name and address of the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland; (b) a description of the unit; c. a declaration that the device meets the requirements referred to in point 2; (d) the name and address of the person who signs the declaration of conformity for the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland.

5 technical documents technical documentation must provide the following: a. all information necessary to identify the device unequivocal; b. indications - and possibly sketches - on the main features of the model, including the aspects the most significant energy consumption such as functions, connections, the resolution as well as the specifics; c. operating instructions; (d) the results of the energy expertise proceedings; e. the expertise of the manufacturer reports or expert reports written by third parties.

6 test the SFOE Agency recognizes a body test when it (art. 21, para. 1, let. c): a. is free of any commercial, financial or other interest that could adversely affect the results of expertise; b. employs sufficiently trained and experienced personnel; c. has appropriate equipment and premises; d. maintains a system of documentation appropriate; (e) ensures that the worthy of protection data remains secret.

7 transitional provision relating to the amendment of June 25, 2014 7.1 devices referred to in no. 1, let. has, who meet the requirements applicable to the circulation laid down in the provisions in force until 31 July 2014 may be put into circulation until July 31, 2015 at the latest and may be provided until July 31, 2016 to the more tard.7.2 devices referred to in no. 1, let. b, which do not meet applicable to the circulation requirements in section 2.3 may be put into circulation until 31 December 2014 at the latest and may be provided until July 31, 2016 at the latest.

Introduced by section II al. 3 of the June 24, 2009 (RO 2009 3473) O. New content according to section II of the O on October 19. 2011 (2011 4799 RO). Last updated by clause II al. 1 o June 25, 2014 (RO 2014 2193) and may 13, 2015, in force since June 1, 2015 (RO 2015 1415).
The Code of Conduct is available for free on the Internet with the SFOE under www.bfe.admin.ch > Home > topics > energy efficiency > appliances > electronics > leisure electronics.
R (EC) n 107/2009 of the Commission on Feb 4. 2009 downwind of the directive 2005/32 the European Parliament and of the Council on requirements for ecodesign of simple decoders, version of the OJ L 36 of the 5.2.2009, p. 8.
See footnote on page no 1, let. a. see footnote page no 1, let. (b) the text of the IEC standards can be obtained from the Association for electrical engineering, energy and information (electrosuisse), Luppmenstr technologies. 1, 8320 Fehraltorf.
The text of the standard can be obtained from the Association for electrical engineering, energy and information (electrosuisse), Luppmenstr technologies. 1, 8320 Fehraltorf.

Status January 1, 2016 2.10 Appendix (art. 7, para. 1 and 2, 10, al. 1 to 4, 11, para. 1, and 21 a, al. 1 let. c) requirements relating to energy efficiency and the introduction of the standard electric motors powered by sector 1 scope 1.1 this appendix applies to engines electric single-speed three-phase induction squirrel cage (induction motors) powered by sector, operating at 50 Hz or 50/60 Hz: a. designed for a continuous operation mode; b. displaying a voltage rating less than or equal to 1000 V; (c) with a rated output of between 0.75 kW and 375 kW; ETD. has 2, 4 or 6 poles.

1.2 electric motors referred to in art. 1, al. 2, of Regulation (EC) n 640/2009 are excluded from the scope of this appendix.

2 requirements applicable to the circulation 2.1 engines referred to in point 1.1 can be put into circulation if they meet at least the requirements of art. 3 bedrooms 1 and annex I to Regulation (EC) n 640/2009.2.2 from 1 January 2015 shall apply art. 3 section 2 of the Regulation (EC) n 640/2009.2.3 from 1 January 2017 shall apply art. 3 No 3 of Regulation (EC) n 640/2009.

3 procedure of expertise energy performance and other characteristics of the engines referred to in point 1.1 are measured according to the international standard IEC 60034-30 of Electrotechnical Commission.

4 declaration of conformity the declaration of conformity shall provide the following information: a. the name and address of the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland; (b) a description of the engine; (c) a statement that the engine meets the requirements referred to in point 2; (d) the name and address of the person who signs the declaration of conformity for the producer or his representative established in Switzerland.

5 technical documentation technical documentation must provide the following: a. all information necessary to identify the engine unequivocal; b. indications - and possibly the sketch - on the main features of the model, including the most significant aspects for energy consumption such as dimensions, nominal power, the number of poles, the degree of protection , the mode of operation as well as the specificities, etc.; c. operating instructions; (d) the results of the energy expertise proceedings; e. the expertise of the manufacturer reports or expert reports written by third parties.

6 test the SFOE Agency recognizes a body test when it (art. 21, para. 1, let. c): a. is free of any commercial, financial or other interest that could adversely affect the results of expertise; b. employs sufficiently trained and experienced personnel; c. has appropriate equipment and premises; d. maintains a system of documentation appropriate; (e) ensures that the worthy of protection data remains secret.

7 indications and marking the indications of performance, to the class of energy efficiency as well as additional information on the product must be in accordance with Annex I, no. 2, of Regulation (EC) n 640/2009.

8 transitional provision relating to the amendment of June 25, 2014 8.1 devices that meet the requirements laid down in the provisions in force until 31 July 2014 to the circulation may be put into circulation until 31 December 2014 at the latest and may be provided until July 31, 2016 at the latest.
8.2 devices that meet the requirements applicable to the circulation laid down in the provisions in force until 31 December 2016 can be provided until 31 December 2018 at the latest.

Introduced by section II al. 3 of the June 24, 2009 (RO 2009 3473) O. New content according to section II of the O on October 19. 2011 (2011 4799 RO). Last updated by clause II al. 1 o on June 25, 2014, in effect since August 1, 2014 (RO 2014 2193).
R (EC) n 640/2009 of the Commission from 22 July. 2009 implementing directive 2005/32/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council concerning the requirements for ecodesign of electric motors, JO L 191 of the 23.7.2009, p. 26; amended lastly by R (EU) n 4/2014, OJ L 2 of the 7.1.2014, p. 1.
See footnote page in Chapter 1.2.
See footnote page in Chapter 1.2.
See footnote page in Chapter 1.2.
The text of the IEC standard can be obtained from the Association for electrical engineering, energy and information (electrosuisse), Luppmenstr technologies. 1, 8320 Fehraltorf.
See footnote page in Chapter 1.2.

Status January 1, 2016 Appendix 2.11 (art. 7, para. 1 and 2, 10, al. 1 to 4, 11, para. 1, and 21 a, al. 1, let. c) requirements relating to energy efficiency and the introduction of external power devices powered by sector (power supply) 1 scope 1.1 the present appendix applies to power external devices powered by sector and produced in series that : a. used to transform alternating current provided by the network running continuous or alternate low voltage; (b) produce a single tension both running continuous or alternating; c. are distinct from the unit to which they provide current (separate unit); d. are connected permanently or temporarily to the device for the operation of which they provide current; summer. have a rated power output of 250 W maximum.

1.2 uninterruptible electric power devices, battery chargers, converters for halogen lamps and external power supplies for medical devices are excluded from the scope of this appendix.

2 release 2.1 requirements referred to in point 1.1 devices can be put into circulation if they meet the requirements of art. 2 and annex I to Regulation (EC) n 278/2009.2.2 these devices must meet the requirements set out in annex I, no. 1, let. a, of Regulation (EC) n 278/2009 from January 1, 2010 and the requirements contained in section 1, let. b of the same annex from 1 May 2011.

3 energy expert


The power consumption and other characteristics of the appliances referred to in point 1.1 are measured according to IEC 62301 International Electrotechnical Commission standard or the standard in 50564.

4 declaration of conformity the declaration of conformity shall provide the following information: a. the name and address of the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland; (b) a description of the unit; c. a declaration that the device meets the requirements referred to in point 2; (d) the name and address of the person who signs the declaration of conformity for the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland.

5 technical documentation technical documentation must provide the following: a. all information necessary to identify the device unequivocal; b. indications - and possibly sketches - on the main features of the model, including the most significant aspects for the consumption of energy such as the output voltage, output power, the control indicator and the specificities c. operating instructions; (d) the results of energy in accordance with section 3; e expert. reports expertise of the manufacturer or expert reports written by third parties.

6 test the SFOE Agency recognizes a body test when it (art. 21, para. 1, let. c): a. is free of any commercial, financial or other interest that could adversely affect the results of expertise; b. employs sufficiently trained and experienced personnel; c. has appropriate equipment and premises; d. maintains a system of documentation appropriate; (e) ensures that the worthy of protection data remains secret.

7 final provision devices which do not meet the requirements of section 2 of this appendix should more be put into circulation or provided.

Introduced by section II al. 3 of the June 24, 2009 (RO 2009 3473) O. New content according to section II of the O on October 19. 2011, in force since Jan. 1. 2012 (2011 4799 RO).
R (EC) n 278/2009 of the Commission from 6 APR. 2009 implementing directive 2005/32/EC of the European Parliament and the Council with regard to ecodesign requirements to off load electricity consumption and the average performance in Active mode of sources of external power, OJ L 93 of the 7.4.2009, p. 3.
The text of the IEC standard can be obtained from the Association for electrical engineering, energy and information (electrosuisse), Luppmenstr technologies. 1, 8320 Fehraltorf.
The text of the standard can be obtained from the Association for electrical engineering, energy and information (electrosuisse), Luppmenstr technologies. 1, 8320 Fehraltorf.

Status January 1, 2016 Appendix 2.12 (art. 7, para. 1 and 2, 10, al. 1 to 4, 11, para. 1, and 21 a, al. 1, let. c) requirements relating to energy efficiency and the introduction of electric TVs 1 scope this appendix applies to power televisions. Television screens are also TVs in the sense of this order. For questions of delimitation of the scope of application, it is returned to the art. 1 and 2 of Regulation (EC) n 642/2009.

2 requirements applicable to the circulation devices referred to in section 1 may be put into circulation if they meet the requirements of annex I to Regulation (EC) n 642/2009.

3 expert energy power consumption and other characteristics in relation to the devices referred to in section 1 are measured according to annexes II and III to Regulation (EC) n 642/2009.

4 declaration of conformity the declaration of conformity shall provide the following information: a. the name and address of the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland; (b) a description of the unit; c. a declaration that the device meets the requirements referred to in point 2; (d) the name and address of the person who signs the declaration of conformity for the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland.

5 technical documentation technical documentation must provide the following: a. all information necessary to identify the device unequivocal; b. indications - and possibly sketches - on the main features of the model, including the most significant aspects for energy consumption such as the dimensions of the screen resolution, refresh rate and the specificities c. operating instructions; d. the results of energy consumption tests carried out according to the Regulation (EC) n 642/2009 and the corresponding classification under annexes I to VII of the delegated Regulation (EU) n 1062/2010; e. the expertise of the manufacturer reports or expert reports written by third parties.

6 test the SFOE Agency recognizes a body test when it (art. 21, para. 1, let. c): a. is free of any commercial, financial or other interest that could adversely affect the results of expertise; b. employs sufficiently trained and experienced personnel; c. has appropriate equipment and premises; d. maintains a system of documentation appropriate; (e) ensures that the worthy of protection data remains secret.

7 indication of energy consumption and marking 7.1 with the exception of the emblems of the EU, information on energy consumption and the marking shall conform to annexes I to VII of the delegated Regulation (EU) n 1062/2010. If EU emblems were affixed, they can be kept for as they conform to the prescriptions of the UE.7.2 anyone puts in circuation or provides televisions must ensure that the energy label included on models, on the packaging and on the sales documents (prospectus, employment, Internet, etc.).

8 final provision devices that do not meet the requirements of this appendix may be put into circulation until June 30, 2012 at the latest and provided until 31 December 2013 at the latest.

Introduced by section III of the O on October 19. 2011, in force since Jan. 1. 2012 (2011 4799 RO).
R (EC) n 642/2009 of the Commission from 22 July. 2009 implementing directive 2005/32/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council regarding the requirements for ecodesign of TVs, JO L 191 of the 23.7.2009, p. 42.
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Delegate R (EU) n 1062/2010 Commission on Sept. 28. 2010 supplementing directive 30/2010/EU of the European Parliament and the Council with regard to the indication, by means of labelling, the consumption of energy of TVs, OJ L 314 of the 30.11.2010, p. 64.
See footnote on page on ch. 5, let. d. status on 1 January 2016 Appendix 2.13 (art. 7, para. 1 and 2, 10, al. 1 to 4, 11, para. 1, and 21 a, al. 1, let. c) requirements relating to energy efficiency and the introduction of the electric pumps without stuffing box 1 scope this appendix applies to the electric pumps without cable gland. For questions of delimitation of the scope of application, it is returned to the art. 1 and 2 of Regulation (EC) n 641/2009.

2 requirements applicable to the circulation 2.1 devices referred to in section 1 may be put into circulation if they meet the requirements of energy efficiency of annexes I and II of the Regulation (EC) n 641/2009.2.2 A beginning January 1, 2013, the devices referred to in section 1 may not exceed an index of efficiency (IEE) of 0.27. Make exception to this rule devices specially designed for the primary circuits of thermal solar plants and chaleur.2.3 A pumps starting August 1, 2015, the devices referred to in section 1 may not exceed an index of efficiency (IEE) of 0.23.

3 expert energy power consumption and other characteristics in relation to the devices referred to in section 1 are measured according to annex II of Regulation (EC) n 641/2009.

4 declaration of conformity the declaration of conformity shall provide the following information: a. the name and address of the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland; (b) a description of the unit; c. a declaration that the device meets the requirements referred to in point 2; (d) the name and address of the person who signs the declaration of conformity for the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland.

5 technical documents technical documentation must provide the following: a. all information necessary to identify the device unequivocal; b. indications - and possibly sketches - on the main features of the model, including the aspects the most significant energy consumption such as dimensions, the rated flow, the nominal nanometer height, electric power and the specificities; c. the operating instructions; d. the results of the tests of energy made according to annexes I and II of the Regulation (EC) n 641/2009; e. the expertise of the manufacturer reports or expert reports written by third parties.

6 test the SFOE Agency recognizes a body test when it (art. 21, para. 1, let. c):

a. is free of any commercial, financial or other interest that could adversely affect the results of expertise; b. uses of sufficiently trained and experienced personnel; c. has local and appropriate equipment; d. maintains a system of documentation appropriate; (e) ensures that the worthy of protection data remains secret.

7 energy efficiency and information related to the particulars of the energy efficiency product and other information about the product must conform to annex I, section 2, of Regulation (EC) n 641/2009.

8 transitional provisions 8.1 devices not satisfying to the requirements of this appendix which take effect January 1, 2013 cannot be provided until December 31, 2014 at most tard.8.2 devices not satisfying to the requirements of this appendix which take effect August 1, 2015 cannot be provided until 31 July 2017 at the latest.

Introduced by section III of the O on October 19. 2011 (2011 4799 RO). Last updated by clause II al. 1 o on June 25, 2014, in effect since August 1, 2014 (RO 2014 2193).
R (EC) n 641/2009 of the Commission from 22 July. 2009 implementing directive 2005/32/EC of the European Parliament and the Council concerning ecodesign requirements without independent gland circulators and circulators without stuffing box integrated in products, OJ L 191 of the 27.3.2009, p. 35; changed by the r. (EU) n 622/2012, OJ L 180 of the 12.7.2012, p. 4.
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Status January 1, 2016 Appendix 2.14 (art. 7, para. 1 and 2, 10, al. 1 to 4, 11, al. 1, and 21a, para. 1, let. c) requirements relating to energy efficiency and the introduction of CFLs without integrated ballast, for discharge lamps high intensity, and ballasts and luminaires 1 scope 1.1 this appendix applies to fluorescent without integrated ballast , discharge at high intensity, as well as for ballasts and luminaires, lamps also when these are integrated into other products consumer to energie.1.2 the definitions of directive 2009/125/EC apply and are supplemented by those of art. 2 of Regulation (EC) n 245/2009.1.3 devices referred to in annex I to Regulation (EC) n 245/2009 are excluded from the scope of this appendix.

2 release 2.1 requirements referred to in point 1.1 devices can be put into circulation if they meet the requirements of art. 2 and of annexes I to III of Regulation (EC) n 245/2009.2.2 the requirements of the first stage shall apply from 1 January 2012. The requirements of the second stage shall apply from April 13, 2012 and the requirements of the third stage from 13 April 2017.

3 expert energy power consumption and other characteristics of the lamps referred to in section 1.1 are measured according to the relevant European standards.

4 declaration of conformity the declaration of conformity shall provide the following information: a. the name and address of the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland; (b) a description of the lamp; c. a declaration that the relevant lamp meets the requirements referred to in point 2; (d) the name and address of the person who signs the declaration of conformity for the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland.

5 technical documents technical documentation must provide the following information: a. a description of the lamp; b. projects, sketches and plans of production, in particular parts, subgroups of Assembly and circuits of switching; (c) descriptions and explanations necessary to understand such sketches and plans as well as the operation of the product; d. a list of standards fully or partially applied and a description of the solutions adopted to meet the requirements referred to in point 2; e. the results of the design calculations and controls; f. the expertise of the manufacturer reports or expert reports written by third parties.

6 test the SFOE Agency recognizes a body test when it (art. 21, para. 1, let. c): a. is free of any commercial, financial or other interest that could adversely affect the results of expertise; b. employs sufficiently trained and experienced personnel; c. has appropriate equipment and premises; d. maintains a system of documentation appropriate; (e) ensures that the worthy of protection data remains secret.

7 7.1 marking and indication of energy consumption energy consumption information meet the requirements of Appendix 3.3.7.2 except for the symbols of the EU, the other indications of the marking shall conform to annex III of the Regulation (EC) n 245/2009. If the EU emblems were affixed, they can be kept for as much that they conform to the requirements of the UE.7.3 anyone who puts into circulation or provides devices must ensure that the information relating to the product referred to in point 7.2 appear on models, on the packaging and on the sales documents (prospectus, mode of employment, offers Internet etc.).

8 transitional provisions 8.1 the devices which do not meet the requirements of this appendix may be put into circulation until June 30, 2012 at the latest and may be provided until December 31, 2013 for the more tard.8.2 devices do not meet the requirements of this appendix which take effect April 13, 2012 may be provided until April 12, 2014 to the more tard.8.3 devices do not meet the requirements of this appendix which take effect 13 April 2017 can be provided until 12 April 2019 at the latest.

Introduced by section III of the O on October 19. 2011 (2011 4799 RO). Last updated by clause II al. 1 o of 23 October. in force since Jan. 1, 2013. 2014 (2013 3631 RO).
Directive 2009/125/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 October. 2009 establishing a framework for the setting of ecodesign requirements for products related to energy, OJ L 285 of the 31.10.2009, p. 10.
R (EC) n 245/2009 of the Commission of 18 March 2009 implementing directive 2005/32/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council regarding the requirements for fluorescent lamps without ballast integrated in high-intensity discharge lamps, ballasts and luminaires that can operate these lamps ecodesign , and repealing directive 2000/55/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council, OJ L 76 of the 24.3.2009, p. 17; amended last by the R (EU) n the Commission from 21 Apr 2010-347. 2010, JO L 104 of the 24.4.2010, p. 20.
See footnote page in Chapter 1.2.
See footnote page in Chapter 1.2.

Status January 1, 2016 Appendix 2.15 (art. 7, para. 1 and 2, 10, al. 1 to 4, 11, para. 1, and 21 a, al. 1, let. c) requirements relating to energy efficiency and the introduction of led flashlights, LED lamps and the corresponding equipment, powered by sector 1 scope 1.1 this appendix applies to : a. directed lamps; b. lamps LED; c. the devices used to connect one or several lamps to the sector, including devices used to operate lamps, luminaires and the regulators.

1.2 this appendix applies to lamps and appliances referred to in point 1.1 if they are integrated permanently in other produits.1.3 are excluded from the scope of application: a. ballasts and luminaires for fluorescent lamps and high intensity discharge lamps; b. the LED modules marketed as an integral part of luminaires in circulation at a rate of less than 10 units per year.

1.4 the definitions laid down in art. 2 and annex II to Regulation (EU) No. 1194/2012 shall apply.

2 requirements applicable to the circulation 2.1 lamps and appliances referred to in clause 1.1 may be put into circulation if they meet the requirements of annex III to Regulation (EU) n 1194/2012.2.2 are applicable from 1 September 2014, the first and the second etape.2.3 requirements are applicable from 1 September 2016 the requirements of the third stage.

3 expert energy power consumption and other characteristics of the lamps and devices referred to in section 1.1 are measured according to the European standard EN 62560 and other standards applicable to lamps and individual devices.

4 declaration of conformity the declaration of conformity shall provide the following information: a. the name and address of the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland; (b) a description of the lamp or appliance; c. a declaration according to which the lamp or the device meets the requirements referred to in point 2; (d) the name and address of the person who signs the declaration of conformity for the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland.

5 technical documentation technical documentation must provide the following information:

a. a general description; b. projects, sketches and production plans, in particular parts, subgroups of editing and switching circuits; (c) descriptions and explanations necessary to understand such sketches and plans as well as the operation of the product; d. a list of standards entirely or partially applied and a description of the solutions adopted to meet the requirements referred to in point 2; e. the results of the design calculations and of controls; f. expertise of the manufacturer reports or expert reports written by third parties.

6 indication of energy consumption and marking 6.1 indication of energy consumption must comply with Appendix 3.3.6.2 except for the symbols of the EU, the marking shall be in accordance with annex III, point 3, of the Regulation (EU) No. 1194/2012. If EU emblems were affixed, they can be kept for as long as they meet the requirements of the UE.6.3 information about the products applicable to special-use products must be indicated in accordance with Annex I to Regulation (EU) n 1194/2012.

7 transitional provision on June 25, 2014 7.1 changing lamps and devices that do not meet the requirements of this appendix may be put into circulation until 31 December 2014 at the latest and may be provided until July 31, 2016 to the more tard.7.2 lamps and devices do not meet the new requirements of the third stage referred to in point 2 which take effect September 1, 2016 can be provided until 31 August 2018 at the latest.

Introduced by section II al. 2 o on June 25, 2014, in effect since August 1, 2014 (RO 2014 2193).
R (EU) No. 1194/2012 the Commission Dec. 12. 2012 bearing application of directive 2009/125/EC of the European Parliament and the Council in which concerns the requirements for ecodesign of LED lamps, lamps to light-emitting diodes and corresponding facilities, version of the OJ L 342 of the 14.12.2012, p. 1.
See section 1.4 on page footnote.
The text of the standard can be obtained from the Association for electrical engineering, energy and information (electrosuisse), Luppmenstr technologies. 1, 8320 Fehraltorf; www.Electrosuisse.ch. see footnote of page in Chapter 1.4.

Status January 1, 2016 Appendix 2.16 (art. 7, para. 1, 10, al. 1 to 4, 11, para. 1 and 3, and 21 a, para. 1, let. c) requirements for the energy efficiency of computers and computer servers 1 scope 1.1 this appendix applies to computers and computer servers referred to in art. 1, al. 2, of Regulation (EU) n 617/2013.1.2 exceptions are devices referred to in art. 1, al. 3, of Regulation (EU) no 617/2013.1.3 the definitions laid down in art. 2 of the Regulation (EU) n 617/2013 are applicable.

2 requirements applicable to the circulation 2.1 devices referred to in section 1 may be put into circulation if they meet the requirements laid down in annex II, points 1.1, 1.3 and 2 to 7 of the Regulation (EU) n 617/2013 for the type of device correspondant.2.2 are added, from January 1, 2016, the requirements of annex II, points 1.2 and 1.4 , of the Regulation (EU) n 617/2013.

3 expert energy energy consumption and other characteristics of the appliances referred to in section 1 are measured and calculated according to art. 3 of the Regulation (EU) n 617/2013.

4 declaration of conformity the declaration of conformity shall provide the following information: a. the name and address of the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland; (b) a description of the unit; c. a declaration that the device meets the requirements referred to in point 2; (d) the name and address of the person who signs the declaration of conformity for the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland.

5 technical documentation technical documentation must provide the following: a. all information necessary to identify the device unequivocal; b. indications, and possibly the sketch, on the main features of the model, about including the most significant aspects for the consumption of energy such as dimensions, the countenance and the specificities; c. operating instructions; (d) the results of the calculations and measures carried out according to annex II to Regulation (EU) n 617/2013; e. expert reports the manufacturer or expert reports written by third parties.

6 transitional provision relating to the amendment of June 25, 2014 6.1 devices that do not meet the requirements of this appendix may be put into circulation until 31 December 2014 at the latest and may be provided until July 31, 2016 to the more tard.6.2 devices do not meet the requirements of point 2.2 which take effect January 1, 2016 can be provided until 31 July 2017 at the latest.

Introduced by section II al. 2 o on June 25, 2014, in effect since August 1, 2014 (RO 2014 2193).
R (EU) n 617/2013 the Commission of 26 June 2013 implementing directive 2009/125/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council with regard to ecodesign requirements for computers and computer servers, version of the OJ L 175 of the 27.6.2013, p. 13.
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Status January 1, 2016 Appendix 2.17 (art. 7, para. 1 and 2, 10, al. 1 to 4, 11, para. 1, and 21 a, al. 1, let. c) requirements relating to energy efficiency and the introduction of water pumps powered by sector 1 scope 1.1 this appendix applies to pumps water fed by the secteur.1.2 the definitions laid down in art. 2 of the Regulation (EU) No. 547/2012 shall apply.

2 requirements applicable to the circulation devices referred to in section 1 may be put into circulation if they meet the requirements of annexes II, no. 1, let. b and III to Regulation (EU) No. 547/2012.

3 expert energy energy consumption and other characteristics related to the consumption of the appliances referred to in section 1 are measured according to annex III to Regulation (EU) No. 547/2012.

4 declaration of conformity the declaration of conformity shall provide the following information: a. the name and address of the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland; (b) a description of the unit; c. a declaration that the device meets the requirements referred to in point 2; (d) the name and address of the person who signs the declaration of conformity for the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland.

5 technical documents technical documentation must provide the following: a. all information necessary to identify the device unequivocal; b. indications, and possibly sketches, on the main features of the model, including the aspects the most significant energy consumption such as dimensions, the rated flow, the nominal nanometer height, electric power and the specificities; c. the operating instructions; d. the results of the tests carried out according to annexes II energy consumption and III to Regulation (EU) No. 547/2012; e. the expertise of the manufacturer reports or expert reports written by third parties.

6 indication of energy consumption and marking 6.1. Indication of energy consumption and the marking must conform to annex II, point 3, of Regulation (EU) no 547/2012.6.2. Anyone who puts into circulation or provides devices under section 1 shall ensure that the information relating to the product referred to in point 6.1 appear on models, on the packaging and on the sales documents (prospectus, employment, Internet, etc.).

7 transitional provision relating to the amendment of June 25, 2014 devices that do not meet the requirements of this appendix may be put into circulation until 31 December 2014 at the latest and may be provided until 31 December 2016 at the latest.

Introduced by section II al. 2 o on June 25, 2014, in effect since August 1, 2014 (RO 2014 2193).
R (EU) n 547/2012 of the Commission of 25 June 2012 on the application of directive 2009/125/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council with regard to ecodesign requirements for pumps water, version of the OJ L 165 of the 26.6.2012, p. 28.
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Status January 1, 2016 Appendix 2.18 (art. 7, para. 1 and 2, 10, al. 1 to 4, 11, para. 1 and 21 a, al. 1, let. c) requirements for energy efficiency and to the circulation of air conditioners and fans of comfort powered by sector 1 scope 1.1 this appendix applies to air conditioners powered by sector whose nominal power is less than or equal to 12 kW and to the fans of comfort powered by the sector whose electric power is less than or equal to 125 W.1.2 are excluded from the scope: a. devices powered by non-electric energy sources; b. air conditioners whose part condenser or evaporator part do not use air as the heat transfer fluid.

2 requirements applicable to the circulation


Referred to in point 1.1 devices can be put into circulation if they meet the requirements for sound power and efficiency set out in annexes I and II of the delegated Regulation (EU) n 206/2012: a. air conditioners, according to annex I, section 2, let. b, table 5, and c; b. air conditioners with single or double led, according to annex I, no. 2, let. a, table 3, and d.

3 expert energy energy consumption and other characteristics of the appliances referred to in section 1 are measured according to European standards EN 14511 and in 14825.

4 declaration of conformity the declaration of conformity shall provide the following information: a. the name and address of the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland; (b) a description of the unit; c. a declaration that the device meets the requirements referred to in point 2; (d) the name and address of the person who signs the declaration of conformity for the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland.

5 technical documentation technical documentation must provide the following: a. all information necessary to identify the device unequivocal; b. indications, and possibly the sketch, on the main features of the model, including the most significant aspects for energy consumption such as dimensions, capacity, features of the compressors as well as the specifics; c. operating instructions; d. the test results of energy consumption for comfort fans carried out according to annex I , no. 3, let. has, b and e of Regulation (EU) No. 206/2012; e. the test results of energy consumption for air conditioners as well as for air conditioners to single or double duct, made according to European standards EN 14511 and in 14825, and classification corresponding under annexes I to VII of the delegated Regulation (EU) n 2011-626; f. the expertise of the manufacturer reports or expert reports written by third parties.

6 indication of energy consumption and marking 6.1 except for the symbols of the EU, information on energy consumption and marking shall conform to annexes I to VII of the delegated Regulation (EU) n 2011-626. If EU emblems were affixed, they can be kept as long as they conform to the requirements of the UE.6.2 anyone who puts into circulation or air conditioners or air conditioners provide simple or double duct must ensure that the energy label included on models, on the packaging and on the documents of sale (prospectus, operating instructions offers Internet, etc.).

7 transitional provision relating to the amendment of June 25, 2014 7.1 devices that do not meet the requirements for release of this appendix may be put into circulation until 31 December 2014 at the latest and may be provided until July 31, 2016 to the more tard.7.2 devices which indication of energy consumption and the marking comply with the requirements until 31 July 2014 can be put into circulation until December 31 2014 at the latest and may be provided until July 31, 2016 at the latest.

Introduced by section II al. 2 o on June 25, 2014, in effect since August 1, 2014 (RO 2014 2193).
R (EU) n 206/2012 the Commission of 6 March 2012 on the application of directive 2009/125/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council with regard to ecodesign requirements for air conditioners and fans of comfort, version of the OJ L 72 of the 10.3.2012, p. 7.
The text of the standards can be obtained from the Association for electrical engineering, energy and information (electrosuisse), Luppmenstr technologies. 1, 8320 Fehraltorf; www.Electrosuisse.ch see footnote No. 2 page.
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R delegate (EU) n 2011-626 of the Commission on May 4, 2011 supplementing directive 30/2010/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council with regard to the indication, by means of labelling, the energy consumption of air-conditioners, version of the OJ L 178 of the 6.7.2011, p. 1.
See footnote on page on ch. 5, let. e. Status January 1, 2016 Appendix 2.19 (art. 7, para. 1 and 2, 10, al. 1 to 4, 11, para. 1 and 21 a, al. 1, let. c) requirements relating to energy efficiency and the introduction of the fans powered by sector 1 scope 1.1 this appendix applies to fans powered by sector and driven by motors of electric power at the entrance between 125 W and 500 kW.1.2 set definitions to the art. 1 and 2 of the Regulation (EU) n 327/2011 are applicable.

2 requirements applicable to the circulation devices referred to in section 1 may be put into circulation if they satisfy the requirements laid down in annex I, no. 2, table 2, and annex II to Regulation (EU) n 327/2011.

3 expert energy energy consumption and other characteristics of the appliances referred to in section 1 are measured according to annex II to Regulation (EU) n 327/2011.

4 declaration of conformity the declaration of conformity shall provide the following information: a. the name and address of the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland; (b) a description of the unit; c. a declaration that the device meets the requirements referred to in point 2; (d) the name and address of the person who signs the declaration of conformity for the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland.

5 technical documents technical documentation must provide the following: a. all information necessary to identify the device unequivocal; b. indications, and possibly sketches, on the main features of the model, including the aspects the most significant energy consumption such as dimensions, the rated flow, the nominal nanometer height, electric power and the specificities; c. the operating instructions; d. the results of the tests of energy made according to annexes I and II to Regulation (EU) n 327/2011; e. the expertise of the manufacturer reports or expert reports written by third parties.

6 indication of energy consumption and marking 6.1 indication of energy consumption and the marking shall conform to annex I, point 3, of Regulation (EU) No 327/2011.6.2 anyone who puts into circulation or providing facilities or devices referred to in section 1 must ensure that the information relating to the product referred to in section 6.1 are on exhibition models on the packaging and on the sales documents (prospectus, employment, Internet, etc.).

7 transitional provision relating to the amendment of June 25, 2014 devices that do not meet the requirements of this appendix may be put into circulation until 31 December 2014 at the latest and may be provided until July 31, 2016 at the latest.

Introduced by section II al. 2 o on June 25, 2014, in effect since August 1, 2014 (RO 2014 2193).
R (EU) n 327/2011 the Commission of March 30, 2011, with application of the directive 2009/125/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council establishing a framework for the setting of ecodesign requirements for fans driven by motors of electric power at the entrance between 125 W and 500 kW, OJ L 90 of the 6.4.2011, p. 8; changed by the r. (EU) n 666/2013, OJ L 192 of the 13.7.2013, p. 24.
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Status January 1, 2016 Appendix 2.20 (art. 7, para. 1 and 2, 10, al. 1 to 4, 11, para. 1, and 21 a, al. 1, let. c) requirements relating to energy efficiency and the introduction of domestic dishwasher powered by sector 1 scope 1.1 this appendix applies to domestic dishwashers powered by the secteur.1.2 it also applies to domestic dishwashers that are not put into circulation or provided for home use Courant.1.3 devices that can be powered also by non-electric energy sources are excluded from the scope of this appendix.

2 release 2.1 requirements referred to in point 1.1 devices can be put into circulation if they meet the requirements laid down in annex I, ch. 1, 2.1, and 2.2 of Regulation (EU) no 1016/2010.2.2 are added, from December 1, 2016, the requirements of annex I, ch. 2.3, of the Regulation (EU) n 1016/2010.

3 energy expertise procedure 3.1 power consumption and other characteristics of the appliances referred to in section 1 are measured according to art. 2 and annex II to Regulation (EU) n 1016/2010 and according to the European standard EN 50242.3.2 annex III to Regulation (EU) n 1016/2010 is decisive regarding the tolerances.

4 declaration of conformity the declaration of conformity shall provide the following information: a. the name and address of the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland; (b) a description of the unit; c. a declaration that the device meets the requirements referred to in point 2; (d) the name and address of the person who signs the declaration of conformity for the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland.

5 technical documentation technical documentation must provide the following information:

a. all information necessary to identify the device unequivocal; b. indications, and possibly the sketch, on the main features of the model, including the most significant aspects for the consumption of energy such as dimensions, the countenance and the specificities; c. operating instructions; d. the results of the tests of energy consumption and other characteristics of the devices carried out according to the European standard EN 50242 art. 2 and annex II to Regulation (EU) n 1016/2010 as well as art. 2 and annexes I to VII of the delegated Regulation (EU) n 2010-1059; e. the energy efficiency class according to annex VI of the regulation delegated (EU) n 2010-1059; f. the expertise of the manufacturer reports or expert reports written by third parties.

6 indication of energy consumption and marking 6.1 except for the symbols of the EU, information on energy consumption and the marking must comply with art. 2 as well as annexes I to VII of the delegated Regulation (EU) n 2010-1059. If the EU emblems were affixed, they can be kept for as much that they conform to the requirements of the UE.6.2 anyone who puts into circulation or provides domestic dishwashers must ensure that the energy label included on models, on the packaging and on the sales documents (prospectus, employment, Internet, etc.).

7 transitional provision relating to the amendment of June 25, 2014 7.1 devices that do not meet the requirements for release of this appendix may be put into circulation until 31 December 2014 at the latest and may be provided until July 31, 2016 to the more tard.7.2 devices including an indication of the energy consumption and the marking are consistent with the provisions in force until 31 July 2014 can be put into circulation until 31 December 2014 at the latest and may be provided until July 31, 2016 at the latest.

Introduced by section II al. 2 o on June 25, 2014, in effect since August 1, 2014 (RO 2014 2193).
R (EU) n 1016/2010 Commission from 10 nov. 2010 implementing directive 2009/125/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council with regard to ecodesign requirements for household dishwashers, version of the OJ L 293 of the 11.11.2010, p. 31.
See footnote No. 2 page.
The text of the standard can be obtained from the Association for electrical engineering, energy and information (electrosuisse), Luppmenstr technologies. 1, 8320 Fehraltorf; www.Electrosuisse.ch see footnote No 3 page.
See footnote No. 2 page.
Delegate R (EU) n 1059/2010 Commission on Sept. 28. 2010 supplementing directive 30/2010/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council in regard to the indication, by means of labelling, the energy consumption of household dishwashers, version of the OJ L 314 of the 30.11.2010, p. 1.
See footnote on page on ch. 5, let. d. status on 1 January 2016 Appendice2.21 (art. 7, para. 1, 10, al. 1 to 4, 11, para. 1 and 3, and 21 a, para. 1, let. c) requirements relating to energy efficiency and the introduction of vacuum powered by sector 1 scope 1.1 this appendix applies to vacuum powered by sector, including hybrides.1.2 vacuums are excluded from the scope of this Appendix : a. water vacuums, wet and dry vacuums, vacuums runs on batteries, the robot vacuums, industrial vacuum cleaners and central vacuum b. lustreuses of soil; c. vacuums to outside.

1.3 the definitions laid down in art. 2 of the Regulation (EU) n 666/2013 are applicable.

2 requirements applicable to the circulation 2.1 devices referred to in point 1.1 can be put into circulation if they meet the requirements laid down in annex I, no. 1, let's. a, of Regulation (EU) n 666/2013.2.2 are added, from September 1, 2017, the requirements of annex I, no. 1, let. b, to Regulation (EU) n 666/2013.

3 expert energy energy consumption and other characteristics of the appliances referred to in section 1 are measured according to art. 4 and appendices II and III to Regulation (EU) n 666/2013.

4 declaration of conformity the declaration of conformity shall provide the following information: a. the name and address of the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland; (b) a description of the unit; c. a declaration that the device meets the requirements referred to in point 2; (d) the name and address of the person who signs the declaration of conformity for the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland.

5 technical documentation technical documentation must provide the following: a. all information necessary to identify the device unequivocal; b. indications, and possibly the sketch, on the main features of the model, including the most significant aspects for the consumption of energy such as dimensions, the countenance and the specificities, as well as the information in accordance with Annex I , ch. 2, of Regulation (EU) n 666/2013; c. operating instructions; (d) the results of the calculations and measures carried out according to annex II to Regulation (EU) no 666/2013; e. the expertise of the manufacturer reports or expert reports written by third parties.

6 indication of energy consumption and marking 6.1 except for the symbols of the EU, information on energy consumption and the marking shall conform to annexes I to IV and VI of the delegated Regulation (EU) n 665/2013. If the EU emblems were affixed, they can be kept for as much that they conform to the requirements of the UE.6.2 anyone who puts into circulation or provides vacuums under section 1.1 shall ensure that the energy label included on models, on the packaging and on the sales documents (prospectus, employment, Internet, etc.).

7 transitional provision relating to the amendment of June 25, 2014 7.1 devices that do not meet the requirements of this appendix may be put into circulation until 31 December 2014 at the latest and may be provided until July 31, 2016 to the more tard.7.2 devices do not meet the new requirements referred to in point 2.2 which take effect September 1, 2017 may be put into circulation until August 31, 2017 at the latest and may be provided until August 31, 2019 at the latest.

Introduced by section II al. 2 o on June 25, 2014, in effect since August 1, 2014 (RO 2014 2193).
R (EU) n 666/2013 the Commission from 8 July. 2013 bearing application of directive 2009/125/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council with regard to ecodesign requirements for vacuums, version of the OJ L 192 of the 13.7.2013, p. 24.
See footnote No 1 page.
See footnote No 1 page.
See footnote No 1 page.
Delegate R (EU) n 665/2013 the Commission of May 3, 2013, supplementing the directive 30/2010/EU of the European Parliament and the Council with regard to energy labelling of cleaners, version of the OJ L 192 of 13.7.2013, p. 1.

Status January 1, 2016 Appendix 2.22 (art. 7, para. 1 and 2, 10, al. 1 to 4, 11, para. 1, and 21 a, al. 1, let. c) requirements relating to energy efficiency and the introduction of transformers 1 scope 1.1 this appendix applies to processors a minimum power of 1 kVA used in transport and electricity at 50 Hz distribution networks or for applications industrielles.1.2 are excluded from its scope application processors referred to in art. 1, al. 2, of Regulation (EU) No. 548/2014.

2 release 2.1 requirements referred to in point 1.1 devices can be put into circulation if they satisfy at least the requirements of the phase 1 in accordance with Annex I to Regulation (EU) n°548/2014.2.2 A starting from July 1, 2021, the requirements of the phase 2 in accordance with Annex I to Regulation (EU) No. 548/2014 must also be respected.

3 expert energy energy consumption and other characteristics of the appliances referred to in section 1 are measured according to annex II to Regulation (EU) No. 548/2014.

4 declaration of conformity the declaration of conformity shall provide the following information: a. the name and address of the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland; (b) a description of the unit; c. a declaration that the device meets the requirements referred to in point 2; (d) the name and address of the person who signs the declaration of conformity for the producer or his representative domiciled in Switzerland.

5 technical documents technical documentation must provide the following: a. all information necessary to identify the device unequivocal; b. indications - and possibly sketches - on the main features of the model, including the information required in accordance with Annex I, section 4, of Regulation (EU) No. 548/2014; c. the mode of employment; (d) the results of the energy expertise proceedings; e. the expertise of the manufacturer reports or expert reports written by third parties.

6 indication and marking


Performance, the efficiency index, and other information about the product must be indicated in accordance with Annex I, point 3, of the Regulation (EU) No. 548/2014.

7 transitional provision 7.1 devices not satisfying to the requirements of section 2.1 may be put into circulation until 31 December 2015 at the latest and may be provided until December 31, 2016 at the most tard.7.2 processors referred to in annex I, point 1.2 to 1.4 and 2, of Regulation (EU) No. 548/2014 that have been ordered legally binding until December 31, 2015 way exceptions to section 7.1.7.3 devices do not meet the requirements section 2.2 may be put into circulation and provided until June 30, 2021 at the latest.

Introduced by section II al. 2 o on May 13, 2015, in force since June 1, 2015 (RO 2015 1415).
Regulation (EU) No. 548/2014 the Commission of May 21, 2014, on the implementation of the directive 2009/125/EC of the European Parliament and the Council with regard to the low, medium and large power transformers, version of the OJ L 152 of the 22.05.2014, p. 1.

Status January 1, 2016 Appendices 3.1 and 3.2 currently app. 2.4 and 2.5.

State on 1 January 2016 Appendix 3.3 introduced by section II al. 1 from 7 Dec o. 2001 (RO 2002 181). Repealed by art. 30 let. c,-front.

Status January 1, 2016 Appendix 3.3 (art. 7, para. 1 and 2, 11, para. 1 and 2) details of specific energy consumption and other characteristics of electric lamps and light fixtures 1 scope 1.1 this appendix applies to the: a. lamps incandescent, b fluorescent lamps, high intensity discharge, lamps d. LED lamps and modules LED e. luminaires sold to end users to work with the lamps referred to in the let. a to d.

1.2 does not apply to the devices referred to in art. 1, al. 2, of the delegated Regulation (EU) No. 874/2012.

2 indications and marking 2.1 with the exception of the emblems of the EU, the indications relating to energy consumption and other characteristics of the devices, as well as the marking shall conform to annexes I to IV, VI and VII of the delegated Regulation (EU) No. 874/2012. If the EU emblems were affixed, they can be kept for as much that they conform to the requirements of the UE.2.2 anyone who puts into circulation or provides devices referred to in section 1 shall ensure that the energy label included on models, on the packaging and on the sales documents (prospectus, operating instructions, etc.).

3 expert energy power consumption and other characteristics of the devices mentioned in section 1 are measured in accordance with the delegated Regulation (EU) No. 874/2012.

4 transitional provision 4.1 devices referred to in section 1 that meet the requirements in force until December 31, 2013, regarding information about energy consumption and the marking can be put into circulation until December 31, 2014 and provided until 31 December 2015.4.2 devices referred to in section 1 that were subject to no requirement for indication of energy consumption and marking until 31 December 2013 may be put into circulation until December 31, 2014 and provided until December 31, 2015.

Introduced by section II al. 2 o from 23 oct. in force since Jan. 1, 2013. 2014 (2013 3631 RO).
Delegate R (EU) No. 874/2012 the Commission from 12 July. 2012 supplementing directive 30/2010/EU of the European Parliament and the Council with regard to energy labelling of electrical lamps and fixtures, version of the OJ L 258 of the 26.9.2012, p. 1.
See footnote page in Chapter 1.2.
See footnote page in Chapter 1.2.

State on 1 January 2016 Appendix 3.4 introduced by section II al. 1 from 7 Dec o. 2001 (RO 2002 181). Repealed by no II al. 3 o on June 25, 2014, with effect from August 1, 2014 (RO 2014 2193).

Status January 1, 2016 Appendix 3.5 currently app. 2.6 State on 1 January 2016 Appendix 3.6 (art. 7, para. 1 and 2, 11, para. 1 and 2) Indication of energy consumption and CO2 emissions of new passenger cars 1 scope this appendix applies to new passenger cars produced in series in the sense of art. 11, al. 2, let. a, of the Ordinance of 19 June 1995 concerning technical requirements for road vehicles (OETV) including the mileage does not exceed 2000 km.

2 2.1 2.1.1 marking Obligation energy label anyone who offers for sale a new passenger car is subject to the obligation of marking using the label - energy. 2.1.2 at the offer, the energy label must be affixed in a manner clearly visible and readable on the touring car or close to it. It must be written in the official languages of the place where the passenger vehicle is offered for sale.

2.2 content of energy label 2.2.1 energy label must include the following information: a. the brand and the type of the passenger car; (b) the type of energy used agent; c. the type of transmission, the number of speeds or sequences and the mode of passage; d. weight empty according to art. 7, al. 1, OETV; e. classification according to emission levels Euro in accordance with directive 70/220/EEC of the Council, March 20, 1970, on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to measures to be taken against pollution of the air by gas from Motors ignition ordered equipping vehicles with engine and the Regulation (EC) n 715/2007 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 June 2007 on the receipt of motor vehicles in terms of emissions of private and commercial vehicles (Euro 5 and Euro 6) and information on the repair and maintenance of vehicles; f. the energy according to section 2.5; g CO2 emissions by 2.6 clause; h. the classification of passenger car in energy efficiency categories A to G according to section 2.9; i. the period of validity of the energy label; j. type-approval number.

2.2.2 with information on the energy label based on the data identified through the reception by type. These data include distinguished vehicles by type of transmission, by number of speeds or sequences and mode of passage.2.2.3 in the absence of type approval or if there is no data for all fuels in the case of engines running with several types of fuels, it should be to get the necessary information for the information on the energy label to the competent body of expertise in accordance with Schedule 2 to the Ordinance of 19 June 1995 on receipt by type of road vehicles (ORT).2.2.4 If the information referred to in the let. b and d of section 2.2.1 already appear elsewhere in a prominent, it is possible to include the let. a to e of the said figure in the sense of a simplified energy label Variant.

2.3 information of the energy label in advertising and on lists the indications referred to in points 2.5 to 2.7 and 2.9 must also appear in advertising as well as price lists and the lists with technical information. They must be clearly separated and clearly legible.

2.4 method for measuring energy consumption and the CO2 emissions of passenger cars must be measured in accordance with art. 97, al. 5, OETV.

2.5 2.5.1 energy consumption the energy consumption of passenger cars must be indicated in the usual unit (litres, metres cubed or kilowatt hours) in 100 km.2.5.2 If passenger car does not roll to gasoline, energy consumption must also be indicated in liters of gasoline per 100 km equivalent.

2.6 Emissions of CO2 2.6.1 CO2 emissions should be reported in grams per kilometre. The average of the CO2 emissions of all new cars registered must also appear on the label as a value comparative.2.6.2 means "new cars registered" passenger cars whose type has been approved, which should display their energy consumption, that have been put into circulation for the first time from 1 June of the previous year and mileage , at this date, was not 2000 km.2.6.3 for passenger cars which type approval specifies that they can use mixtures of fossil fuels and biofuels available on all Swiss territory, it should be noted all of the CO2 emissions as well as the fossil part, which has an impact on the climat.2.6.4 for passenger electric with battery-powered cars can be recharged on the sector CO2 emissions during power generation must be taken into account in addition to the emissions data that appear in the reception by type.

2.7 energy efficiency


2.7.1 the energy efficiency of a passenger car must be determined using an indice.2.7.2 the index is calculated for 70% from absolute energy consumption and 30% from the relative energy efficiency. Absolute energy consumption refers to the primary energy and is indicated in essence of primary energy equivalents. The relative efficiency is the quotient of by the weight to vide.2.7.3 absolute energy consumption index (BWZ) is calculated according to the following formula: where: a: factor of relativization of 0.30.

: normalized absolute energy of the vehicle i in liters of gasoline equivalent of primary energy per 100 km;

: normalized relative energy efficiency of the vehicle i.

where and when and where: Ei: absolute energy of the vehicle i in liters of gasoline equivalent of primary energy per 100 km;

The default value (E; ¯) EQ: mean value of the absolute energy consumption;

o: standard deviation (dispersion index);

n: number of types of vehicles offered for sale;

IEE: relative energy efficiency of the vehicle i;

The default value (EE; ¯¯) EQ: average value of relative efficiency;

MI: empty weight of the vehicle in kg according to art. 7, al. 1, OETV.

2.7.4 the index is rounded to the second decimale.2.7.5 If several versions of a passenger car models are referred to as the same number of receipt by type and the same type of transmission, energy efficiency is determined on the basis of the model with the highest empty weight.

2.8 cars running with several energy agents 2.8.1 for passenger cars operating with several types of fuels which type approval specifies that they can run with different energy agents available throughout Switzerland, the indication of the CO2 emissions and the calculation of the equivalent gasoline and energy efficiency must be based on the energy agent that shows the essence of primary energy equivalent the more faible.2.8.2 for cars including the reception type specifies that they are partially electric and whose batteries can be recharged on the sector, the equivalent gasoline and energy efficiency are calculated based on the sum of consumption of power and fuel.

2.9 classification in the categories of energy efficiency 2.9.1 passenger cars passenger cars are classified in categories A to G of energy efficiency based on their effectiveness energetique.2.9.2 to delimit the energy efficiency categories A to G, all types of vehicles is classified by order of index growing and distributed in seven uniform areas. The upper limits of the energy efficiency categories A to F are determined by the index of the last type of vehicle in the sector correspondant.2.9.3 means "types of cars" passenger cars whose type has been approved and could be approved for the first time in the two previous years to 31 May of the current year. Vehicles which, under art. 97, al. 4 of the Ordinance of 19 June 1995 concerning technical requirements for road vehicles (OETV), are not required to display their energy consumption are not considered as "types of vehicles.

3 requirements 3.1 base (figs. 1 to 6) variant 3.1.1 energy label must be presented in the format DIN A4.3.1.2 the font is Arial and the minimum sizes of the characters are as follows: a. main title: size 30; b. median title: size 14; c. brand, type: size 14; d. text and other indications: size 12; e. remarks: size 10.

3.1.3 with information on the energy label must be presented according to the following colour code: a. black text on white background or white on a background-horizontal bars gray b. energy efficiency categories A to G: A dark green (CMYK X 0 X 0 code); B clear green (code CMYK 70 X 0); C yellow-green (code CMYK 30 X 0); Yellow D (code CMYK 00 X 0); Orange yellow E (code CMYK 03 X 0); Orange F (code CMYK 07 X 0); Red G (code 0XX0 CMYK).

3.1.4 other indications should be submitted according to figures 1 to 6 depending on the type of vehicle.

Figure 1 Figure 2 vehicles diesel or vehicle gasoline vehicles that can go with of the liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) Figure 3 gas vehicles Figure 4 vehicles that can go with E85 fuel Figure 5 Figure 6 partially electric vehicles exclusively electric vehicles and whose batteries can be recharged on the sector 3.2 simplified Variant (figures 7-12) 3.2.1 energy label must be presented to the 140 mm × 180 mm.3.2.2 format for the rest the simplified variant presents itself as the basic version.

Figure 7 gasoline vehicles Figure 8 diesel vehicles or that can go with of the liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) Figure 9 gas vehicles Figure 10 vehicles that can go with fuel E85 Figure 11 electric vehicles only Figure 12 partially electric vehicles and batteries can be recharged on the sector 3.3 Presentation in electronic form if the energy label - in its base or simplified - variant is presented in electronic form during the sale a passenger car, it should be in addition meet the following requirements: a. the energy label must appear on the page by default. It must not be hidden by a sleep mode, by a screensaver or of any other maniere.b. If information about the passenger vehicle are submitted in electronic form, the default page should reappear every 20 seconds.

3.4 presentation in advertising on printed material and lists the presentation of the information specified in points 2.5 to 2.7 and 2.9 in advertising on printed material and lists must respect the following rules: a. minimum size of characters: the indications referred to in point 2.2.1 let. has and b, must appear at least in the size of the font of the text; b. energy consumption is indicated as follows: 'x l/100 km' or 'x m/100 km' or 'x kWh/100 km'; c. CO2 emissions are indicated as follows: ' x g CO2/km (average of all new cars sold there g/km) "; d. the energy efficiency categories A to G are shown as follows : "energy efficiency category X".

3.5 presentation for advertising in Visual electronic media advertising in Visual electronic media should show at least the information on energy consumption, CO2 emissions and energy efficiency of the touring car category long enough so they can be read.

4 adaptation and information 4.1 4.1.1 Adaptation the DETEC fits every year energy efficiency classes A to G of the energy label based on the types of vehicles on the marche.4.1.2 it fits every year the value average CO2 emissions by new cars registered and fixed the part of the biocarburants.4.1.3 for electric-powered passenger cars whose batteries can be recharged on the sector , it sets based on electricity production CO2 emissions and check them regulierement.4.1.4 it checks each year the factors for calculating equivalents essence and the essence of primary energy equivalents and adapts to the new State of scientific and technical knowledge as well as evolve on the plan international.4.1.5 it calculates each year the necessary parameters to calculate the index referred to in section 2.7.3.4.1.6 the adaptations are published at the latest on 31 July of the year ongoing and they enter into force on 1 January of the following year.

4.2 information 4.2.1 the SFOE public collection each year data on energy consumption and CO2 emissions of all new cars registered in the previous year, and inform the public. It may entrust these tasks to the tiers.4.2.2 passenger cars sellers and others provide the data and documents required for this study.

4.3 establishment and delivery of lists 4.3.1 SFOE creates databases and establishes lists with the information specified in section 2.2.1 let. f to h, for all new passenger cars put on the market. He notably established rankings based on the criterion of energy consumption and CO2 emissions. Lists are drawn up on the model in annex II of the directive 1999/94/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 December 1999 concerning the availability of information on fuel consumption and CO2 emissions with the intent of consumers in the marketing of passenger cars neuves.4.3.2 the SFOE book sellers of new passenger cars the lists referred to in section 4.3.1. These must be exposed at the point of sale and discounts for free on demande.4.3.3 the SFOE may entrust these tasks to third parties.

5 transitional provision


Sellers of new passenger cars will need to mark the cars through the energy label in accordance with this appendix no later than from 1 January 2012. Until then, the energy label can be carried out in accordance with the provisions of this appendix or Appendix 3.6 in the version of the order of June 9, 2006.

Introduced by section II al. the O 2 sept 4. 2002 (RO 2002 3005). New content according to section II of the O to 10 June 2011 (RO 2011 3477). Last updated by clause II al. 1 o of 23 October. in force since Jan. 1, 2013. 2014 (2013 3631 RO).
RS 741.41 OJ L 76 of 6.4.1970, p.1; amended lastly by directive 2006/96/EC, OJ L 363 of the 20.12.2006, p. 81.
OJ L 171 of 29.6.2007, p.1; amended lastly by the R (EC) n 595/2009, OJ L 188 of the 18.07.2009, p. 1.
RS 741.511 OJ L 12 of 18.1.2000, p. 16.
RO 2006 2411 State on 1 January 2016 Appendix 3.7 currently app. 2.7 State on 1 January 2016 Appendix 3.8 introduced by section II al. 3 o on June 9, 2006 (RO 2006 2411). Repealed by no II al. 3 o on June 25, 2014, with effect from August 1, 2014 (RO 2014 2193).

Status January 1, 2016 Appendix 3.9 (art. 7, para. 1 and 2, and 11, para. 1) Indication of energy consumption and other characteristics of the domestic coffee machines powered by sector 1 scope 1.1 this appendix applies to domestic coffee machines powered by sector, namely for with or without pump espresso machines the espresso machines with system of capsules or pods and machines espresso entirely automatiques.1.2 devices that can be powered by other sources of energy, as well as to filter coffee machines operating without pressure are excluded from the scope of this appendix.

2 indication of the energy consumption and marking 2.1 indication of the energy consumption and other characteristics of the device must conform to the convention of 28 May 2008 on the application of an energy label on the machines to coffee, concluded between the Association of the manufacturers and suppliers of electric appliances (FEA) and the federal Office of energy (SFOE).2.2 anyone who puts into circulation or provides coffee machines domestic must ensure that the energy label included on models exhibition, on the packaging and on the sales documents (prospectus, operating instructions, etc.).

3 expert energy energy consumption and other characteristics of the appliances referred to in section 1 are measured according to the European standard EN 50564 and the agreement between FEA and the OFEN referred to in point 2.1.

4 transitional provision relating to the amendment of June 25, 2014, devices that do not meet the requirements of this appendix in the indication of the energy consumption and marking may be put into circulation until 31 December 2014 at the latest and may be provided until July 31, 2016 at the latest.

Introduced by section II al. 2 o on June 25, 2014, in effect since August 1, 2014 (RO 2014 2193).
The convention is available for free on the Internet with the SFOE under www.bfe.admin.ch > Home > topics > energy efficiency > appliances > appliances > Coffee Machines.
The text of the standards can be obtained from the Association for electrical engineering, energy and information (electrosuisse), Luppmenstr technologies. 1, 8320 Fehraltorf; www.Electrosuisse.ch State on 1 January 2016 Appendix 3.10 (art. 7, para. 1 and 11, para. 1) Indication of the classroom to fuel efficiency and other features of tyres 1 scope 1.1 this appendix shall, in accordance with art. 2, al. 1, of Regulation (EC) n 1222/2009, for tyres of classes C1, C2 and C3.1.2 it does not apply to tyres referred to in art. 2, al. 2, of Regulation (EC) n 1222/2009.1.3 the definitions laid down in art. 3, c. 2, of Regulation (EC) n 2009-1222 and art. 8 of Regulation (EC) n 661/2009 shall apply.

2 indications and marking 2.1 anyone who puts into circulation or provides tyres of classes C1 or C2 must ensure that these are equipped with an energy label indicating the class of efficiency in fuel, the class external rolling noise and the value of corresponding measure so that the grip class wet, according to annex I to Regulation (EC) n 1222/2009.2.2 energy label must be placed in a way clearly visible and readable on the running surface of the pneumatic or close to it. 2.3 anyone who puts into circulation or provides the tyres referred to in clause 1.1 without being able to be seen by the purchaser at the time of the acquisition must indicate to the efficiency class fuel as well as other characteristics of the tyres referred to in annex I to Regulation (EC) n 1222/2009.2.4 anyone who proposes, for a new passenger car , the choice of tyres referred to in point 1.1 must indicate to the purchaser efficiency class fuel as well as other characteristics of the tyres according to annex I to Regulation (EC) n 2009-1222 for different tyres. These indications must appear at least in the documentation technique promotionnelle.2.5 indication of the efficiency class fuel and other characteristics of the tyres according to annex I to Regulation (EC) n 1222/2009 and marking must, with the exception of the emblems of the EU, be consistent with annex II of the Regulation (EC) n 1222/2009. If EU emblems were affixed, they can be kept for as long as they conform to the requirements of the UE.2.6 efficiency class fuel and other characteristics of the tyres referred to in annex I to Regulation (EC) n 1222/2009 must be indicated in the technical promotional literature (technical manuals, brochures, flyers and catalogs in printed or electronic form (, Internet sites, etc.) used for the marketing of the tyres referred to in point 1.1. The indication should be consistent with annex III of the Regulation (EC) n 1222/2009.

3 energy expert class efficiency in fuel and other characteristics of the tyres referred to in point 1.1 are subject to expert determination energy according to annex I to Regulation (EC) n 1222/2009 and Regulation EEC - UN n 117.

4 transitional provision relating to the amendment of June 25, 2014 tyres which do not meet the requirements of this appendix may be put into circulation until 31 December 2014 at the latest and may be provided until 31 July 2017 at the latest.

Introduced by section II al. 2 o on June 25, 2014, in effect since August 1, 2014 (RO 2014 2193).
R (EC) n 1222/2009 of the European Parliament and the Council from 25 nov. 2009 on the labelling of tyres in relation to efficiency in fuel and other essential parameters, OJ L 342 of the 22.12.2009, p. 46; amended lastly by R (EU) n. 1235/2011, JO L 317 of the 30.11.2011, p. 17.
R (EC) n 661/2009 of the European Parliament and the Council from 13 July. 2009 concerning the prescriptions for approval related to the General safety of motor vehicles of their trailers and systems, components and separate technical intended for them, OJ L 200 of the 31.7.2009, p. 1; amended lastly by R (EU) n 523/2012 Committee on June 20, 2012, OJ L 160 of the 21.6.2012, p. 8.
See footnote of page CH 1.1.
See footnote of page CH 1.1.
R EEC - UN n 117 of Apr. 6. 2005 on the Uniform prescriptions for approval of tyres with regard to rolling noise emissions or the wet grip and rolling resistance; amended lastly by Supplement 4 to the series of amendments 2, in force since the 13.2.2014 (add.116, rev.3).

Status January 1, 2016 Appendix 3.11 (art. 7, para. 1 and 2, and 11, para. 1) Indication of energy consumption and other characteristics of the domestic hoods 1 scope this appendix applies to domestic hoods supplied by the sector.

2 indications and marking 2.1 except for the symbols of the EU, indications relating to energy consumption and other characteristics of the devices must conform to annexes I to VII and VIII, table 6, delegated regulations (EU) n 65/2014. If the EU emblems were affixed, they can be kept for as much that they conform to the requirements of the UE.2.2 anyone who puts into circulation or provides domestic hoods must ensure that the energy label included on models, on the packaging and on the sales documents (prospectus, employment, Internet, etc.).

3 expert energy energy consumption and other characteristics of the appliances referred to in section 1 are measured according to reliable, precise and repeatable measurement processes, which take into account generally accepted measurement methods. Defining tolerance values are given in annex VIII, table 6, delegated regulations (EU) n 65/2014.

4 transitional provision relating to the amendment of June 25, 2014


4.1 devices that do not meet the requirements of this appendix may be put into circulation until 31 December 2014 at the latest and may be provided until December 31, 2016 to the more tard.4.2 from 1 January 2016, only filled labels 2, 3 or 4 devices referred to in annex I, no. 2. (a) table 2, the delegated Regulation (EU) n 65/2014 can be put into circulation; devices equipped with label 1 can still be provided until 31 December 2017.4.3 from January 1, 2018, only filled labels 3 or 4 devices referred to in annex I, no. 2. (a) table 2, the delegated Regulation (EU) n 65/2014 can be put into circulation; devices equipped with label 2 can still be provided until 31 December 2019.4.4 from 1 January 2020, only filled labels 4 devices referred to in annex I, no. 2. (a) table 2, the delegated Regulation (EU) n 65/2014 can be put into circulation; provided with the label 3 devices can still be provided until December 31, 2021.

Introduced by section II al. 2 o on June 25, 2014, in effect since August 1, 2014 (RO 2014 2193).
Delegate R (EU) n 65/2014 the Commission of October 1, 2013, supplementing the directive 30/2010/EU of the European Parliament and the Council with regard to energy labelling of ovens and domestic hoods, version of the OJ L 29 of the 31.1.2014, p. 1.

Status January 1, 2016 Appendix 4 (article 1 c) requirements for the electricity accounting and marking of electricity 1 electricity accounting for companies subject to the obligations of marking and information 1.1 electric accounting must submit the data necessary for the performance of the obligations of marking and information (art. 1 a and 1 b).1.2 the previous calendar year is the year of the electrique.1.3 accounting reference energy agents should be mentioned as follows : Categories required main subcategories renewable energy - hydro - other renewable energy solar wind energy biomass geothermal - current for the benefit of non-renewable energy - nuclear energy - energy incentives fossil oil natural gas coal waste energy sources not verifiable solid and liquid biomass and biogas according to art. 7(a) of the Act (remuneration at cost price) waste in the garbage incineration plants and landfills 1.4 if energy agents are to be posted in the main "other renewable energies" categories and "Fossil", all related subcategories whose value is greater than zero must be mentionnees.1.5 assignment to a category is based on the corresponding certificate, including the guarantee of origin according to art. 1 d, a guarantee of origin recognised internationally, as the guarantee of origin according to art. 15 of directive 2009/28/EC, the certificate, the indication of consumption of the meter from the production facility or the contract. The certificate must be presented upon subsequent controls. All existing certificates and guarantees must be recorded in electric accounting. They should also be used to meet the requirement of marking and information; those who are referred to in art. 1 d as well as guarantees and certificates of origin should be taken into account first, before any other certificates.
1.6 the amount of electricity referred to in art. 7a of the Act is assigned to the main category "Current to the benefit of incentives" within the main 'renewable energy' category The respective share of energy agents that this electricity comes from must be specified in a note.1.7 in the absence of certification or if the type of production and origin cannot be established exactly, the amount of electricity involved must be assigned to the main 'unverifiable energy Agents' category.1.8 the origin of electricity (proportion produced in Switzerland) is indicated for each category except for the main 'unverifiable energy Agents' category.1.9 If the 'Not verifiable energy Agents' share is greater than 20%, an explanation must be provided. The SFOE rule details in the instrument of execution referred to in section 1.11.1.10 the electricity that the company does not directly provide its own consumers must be deducted from the calculation of the mix of the supplier and of the product in accordance with art. 1A, al. 2. This applies particularly to deliveries of electricity agreed contract, for one or more categories of energy agents, resellers Swiss or foreign or even consumers end etrangers.1.11 in collaboration with companies in the sector of electricity, the SFOE is developing an electric accounting enforcement tool.

2 marking for companies subject to the obligation of marking 2.1 marking for consumers is carried out at least once per calendar year, on the electricity bill that is sent to them or in the annex. Additional publications are autorisees.2.2 companies subject to the obligation of marking are required to inform consumers, even when the electricity is provided by another entreprise.2.3 the marking should refer to from 1 July at the latest to the data of the year civil precedente.2.4 marking is done by means of a table (example: fig. 1 or 2). Its size must be 10 × 7 cm minimum.2.5 If the table shows the mix of the product referred to in art. 1A, al. 2, (example: fig. 2), it is also worth mentioning the place of common publication referred to in art. 1A, al. 4.exemple of an array of marking of electricity meets the minimum requirements for the indication of the supplier mix: Figure 1 marking of electricity power provider: EAE ABC Contact: www.eae-abc.ch, tel. 099 999 99 99 reference year: 2010 all of the current supplied to our customers has been produced from: % Total in Switzerland. 51.0% renewable energy 41.0% hydro 50.0% 40.0% other renewables 0.0% 0.0% current profit of 1.0% 1.0% energy incentives renewable 44.0 29,0% nuclear 44.0 29,0% fossil 0.0% 0.0% waste 2.0% 2.0% not verifiable energy Agents 3.0% Total 100.0% 72.0% example of a table of marking of electricity meets the minimum requirements for the indication of the mix of product: Figure 2 marking of electricity power provider: EAE ABC Contact: www.eae-abc.ch, tel. 099 999 99 99 reference year: 2010 power that we have provided to you (product XYZ) was produced from : in % Total in Switzerland renewables 98.0% 96.0% 94.0% hydraulic energy 94.0% other renewables 3.0% 1.0% solar 0.5% 0.5% 2.0% 0.0% 0.5% 0.5 biomass wind % power for the benefit of incentives 1.0% 1.0% renewables 0.0% 0.0% nuclear 0.0% 0.0% fossil 0.0% 0.0% waste 2.0% 2.0% 0.0% no verifiable energy Agents Total 100.0% 98.0% introduced by section II al. 2 o from 10 nov. 2004 (RO 2004 4709). New content according to point 2 of the annex to the O on March 14, 2008, on the supply of electricity (RO 2008 1223). Last updated by clause II of the O on August 17, 2011, in effect since Oct. 1. 2011 (2011 4067 RO).
Directive 2009/28/EC of the European Parliament and the Council from 23 Apr. 2009 on the promotion of the use of energy from renewable sources and amending and repealing directives 2001/77/EC and 2003/30/EC, OJ l 140 of the 5.6.2009, p. 16.

State on 1 January 2016 Appendix 5 introduced by section II al. 2 o of March 7, 2014 (RO 2014 611). Repealed by no II al. 3 o on May 13, 2015, with effect from 1 June 2015 (RO 2015 1415).

Status January 1, 2016 Appendix 5.1 (art. 3, para. 1) calculation of the amount of the refund in the case of partial reimbursement of the surcharge the amount of the refund in the case of partial reimbursement of the surcharge in accordance with art. 15b, al. 1, 2 sentence, of the Act is calculated on the basis of the following formula: repayment in CHF = [(I - 5%) ∙a + T] ∙S I: electric intensity in % (ratio between the electricity costs and gross value added) a: 14 (slope of the line between the partial reimbursement of 30% in the case of electric intensity of 5% and a full refund in the event of electric intensity of 10%): 30% (minimum rate) [(I - 5%) ∙a + T]: % (TR) S: supplement refund rates paid during the current year introduced by section II al. 2 o on May 13, 2015, in force since June 1, 2015 (RO 2015 1415).

Status January 1, 2016 Appendix 5.2 (art. 3, para. 2) in case of monthly payment amounts in case of monthly payment amounts are calculated on the basis of the following formula: monthly payment in francs = S3j ∙QEEC ∙TREC ∙80%: 12

S3j: Supplement in effect at the time of the payment, in accordance with art. 3j, al. 1, kWhQEEC francs: amount of electricity drawn off during the last fiscal year ended, in kWhTREC: rates of reimbursement during the last fiscal year closed in %. In case of full reimbursement in accordance with art. 15b, al. 1, 1 sentence, of the Act, the reimbursement rate is 100%. In the case of partial refund in accordance with art. 15b, al. 1, 2 sentence, of the Act, the rate of refund resulting from Appendix 5.1 is decisive.

Introduced by section II al. 2 o on May 13, 2015, in force since June 1, 2015 (RO 2015 1415).

Status January 1, 2016

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