Rs 732.17 Order Of 7 December 2007 On The Decommissioning Fund And The Fund Of Radioactive Waste For Nuclear Facilities Management (Ordinance On The Decommissioning Fund And The Fund Management, Ofdg)

Original Language Title: RS 732.17 Ordonnance du 7 décembre 2007 sur le fonds de désaffectation et sur le fonds de gestion des déchets radioactifs pour les installations nucléaires (Ordonnance sur le fonds de désaffectation et sur le fonds de gestion, OFDG)

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732.17 order on the decommissioning fund and the Fund of the radioactive waste management for nuclear facilities (order on the decommissioning fund and the Fund management, OFDG) December 7, 2007 (Status January 1, 2016) the Swiss federal Council, having regard to the art. 81, al. 5, 82, al. 2, and 101 of the Act of 21 March 2003 on nuclear energy (defined), stop: Section 1 registered office art. 1. the decommissioning fund and the Fund of radioactive waste for nuclear installations (Fund) management have their seat in Bern.

Section 2 costs article 2 decommissioning costs means costs of decommissioning all the costs caused by the decommissioning of nuclear installations.
The costs of decommissioning in particular include costs: a. any technical preparations for decommissioning; b. containment, maintenance and monitoring of the plant; c. the decontamination or removal and fragmentation of the parties radioactive and contaminated; d. transport and radioactive waste management related to the decommissioning; e. the demolition of all technical installations and buildings , and the landfill of non-radioactive waste; f. the decontamination of the site g. in the planning, design, project management and supervising the work; h. to radiation protection measures and work accidents; i. authorization and monitoring; j. insurance; k. Administration.

S. 3 waste management costs means costs of waste management all costs caused by the management of radioactive waste from the operation and fuel elements irradiated after final decommissioning of a nuclear power plant.
The costs of waste management particularly include costs: a. the transportation and disposal of radioactive waste from the operation; b. transportation, reprocessing and disposal of fuel elements irradiated; c. to the observation, fixed at 50 years, phase of a deep geological repository; d. planning, development and management of the project construction, operation, decommissioning and monitoring of waste management facilities; e. radiation protection measures and work accidents; f. permissions and monitoring; g. insurance; h. Administration.

New content according to chapter I to the O of oct 7. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4043 RO).

S. 4clamp of the predictable amount of the costs of decommissioning and waste management a nuclear facility owners required to pay contributions established every five years a study on the amount of the foreseeable costs of decommissioning and waste management (cost study) of their installation, for the first time during the commissioning of the installation.
Costs are calculated on the basis of the plan or the decommissioning project, program of waste and management of the most recent scientific knowledge as well as on the basis of the prices of the time.
The calculation of the costs of decommissioning and nuclear waste management is based on a presumed 50-year operating life. On the basis of the indications of the owner, the administrative commission of the Fund decommissioning and management of waste from nuclear power plants (commission) Fund may direct consideration of different operating life.
Aspects of the study of security-related costs are examined by the Federal Nuclear Safety (Inspectorate ENSI) Inspectorate and the cost calculation is verified by independent experts.
On the basis of the study of costs and control provided for in para. 4, the commission asked the federal Department of the environment, transport, energy and communications (DETEC) to fix the amount of the foreseeable costs of decommissioning and waste for each nuclear facility management.

New content according to chapter I to the O of oct 7. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4043 RO).

S. 4aNouveau early calculation of the costs of decommissioning and the costs of decommissioning and waste management waste management must be calculated again before the expiry of the period of five years referred to in art. 4, al. 1 if, due to unforeseen circumstances, he should expect a substantial modification of the costs.
The commission may defer the calculation of costs to the next regular realization of the cost study deadline if this study must in any event take place in the near future.

Introduced by the c. of o. October 7. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4043 RO).

S. 5 administration costs of funds are considered as administrative costs: a. daily allowances and other allowances paid to the members of the commission, committees and groups of experts; b. of the bureau and the Auditors fees; c. allowances paid to experts consulted; d. expenditures of the Confederation in the title of its monitoring of the decommissioning fund and the Fund management; e. other expenses decided by the commission, which are necessary for the fulfilment of its tasks; f. the legal fees and costs to the Fund; g. insurance bodies and the members of the commission.

The asset management fees are not considered administration costs.

New content according to chapter I to the O of oct 7. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4043 RO).
New content according to chapter I of O June 25, 2014, in force since 1 Jan. 2015 (2014 2231 RO).

Section 3 Obligation to contribute and the article contributions 6 obligation to make contributions with the owner of a nuclear installation is required to make contributions to the decommissioning fund when this installation: a. produced essentially useful energy; b is used for the intermediate storage of spent nuclear fuel and radioactive waste from nuclear power plants.

The owner of a nuclear power plant is required to make contributions to the Fund.
The institutions of the ETH domain and the cantonal universities are not subject to the obligation to pay contributions for their nuclear facilities.

S. 7duree of the obligation to pay contributions to the decommissioning fund and management fund contributions are due from the commissioning of the nuclear facility.
The obligation to pay contributions is terminated once the accomplished nuclear installation decommissioning (art. 29, para. 1, regulates).

New content according to chapter I of O June 25, 2014, in force since 1 Jan. 2015 (2014 2231 RO).

S. 8prelevement's contributions and bases for calculating contributions are calculated so that the capital of the Fund considered, taking into account the performance of capital and the rate of inflation, can cover the foreseeable costs of decommissioning and management of waste, including the supplement's safety, at the time of the final of a nuclear power plant or other nuclear facility decommissioning.
Means final decommissioning: a. for a nuclear power plant: the permanent cessation of the operation of power; b. for another nuclear facility: the permanent cessation of the operation.

Contributions are calculated for each installation using an actuarial model and are set to be as stable as possible till the final decommissioning.
The calculations are based on a presumed nuclear power plants of 50 years operating life. If a plant can be operated longer, DETEC adapts the basis of calculation.
The alleged radioactive waste management facilities operating life must be secured in the waste management program.

New content according to chapter I to the O of oct 7. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4043 RO).

S. 8aCalcul of the contribution the amount of the contributions is determined on the basis: a. the costs of decommissioning and waste management, taking into account the evolution of costs and of the Fund's assets until the completion of the decommissioning or waste management so that an extra charge of security on the costs calculated; b. the performance of the Fund's capital and the rate of inflation; (c). costs of administering the Fund.

The return on capital, the rate of inflation and the security supplement are laid down in annex 1. In the event of substantial changes in the framework conditions, DETEC amends Schedule 1 in accordance with the federal Department of finance and the federal Department of the economy, training and research.

Introduced by chapter I of the June 25, 2014 (RO 2014 2231) O. New content according to chapter I to the O of oct 7. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4043 RO).

S. 9 taxation and taxation for intermediate to final decommissioning the commission shall fix the amount of the annual contributions at the beginning of a period of taxation of five years based on the calculated costs of decommissioning and waste management.
It proceeds to interim taxation: a. when the review of the costs of decommissioning and waste management reveals a difference of more than 10% from the last calculation of such costs; b. when due to the evolution of financial markets, the real value of the capital of the Fund at the date of the balance sheet is located two times to more than 10% below the set point of the capital of the Fund; c. when the bases of calculation referred to in art. 8, al. 2, are suitable.


The actual value and the value of the Fund's capital are calculated according to annex 2.
If intermediate taxation, the commission may again set annual contributions for the remainder of the period of taxation.
Contributions are collected annually. The commission set the deadline of payment.
The commission may establish payments.
Owners must pay contributions may make advance payments.

New content according to chapter I of O June 25, 2014, in force since 1 Jan. 2015 (2014 2231 RO).
New content according to chapter I to the O of oct 7. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4043 RO).
Introduced by chapter I of the June 25, 2014 (RO 2014 2231) O. New content according to chapter I to the O of oct 7. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4043 RO).
New content according to chapter I of O June 25, 2014, in force since 1 Jan. 2015 (2014 2231 RO).

S. programmed 9aTaxation or intermediate taxation after retirement if the decommissioning final takes place during a period of taxation, the commission shall carry out interim taxation for the remainder of the period of taxation.
If subsequent to the final decommissioning taxation reveals that the real value of the capital of the Fund is not more than 10% less than setpoint for each of them, he is more taken contributions during the remainder of the period of taxation.
If contributions must be taken after the final decommissioning, the commission may grant deadlines for payment of up to ten years.
The duration of the period of taxation remains unchanged, even if a facility is permanently switched off during this period.
Moreover, art. 9 shall apply mutatis mutandis.

Introduced by chapter I of O June 25, 2014, in force since 1 Jan. 2015 (2014 2231 RO).

S. 9bdecompte the end of mandatory contribution at the end of the mandatory contribution period, the owner must pay contributions receive a count.
Contributions still owed at the end of the period of mandatory contribution must be paid within five years.

Introduced by chapter I of O June 25, 2014, in force since 1 Jan. 2015 (2014 2231 RO).

S. 9cMise out early if final service a nuclear power station is permanently switched off after less than 50 years operating life, the date on which an operating life of 50 years would have been reached is deemed date of final decommissioning for the art. 4, 8, 9 and 9A.
If a nuclear power plant is owned by a limited liability company whose assets are not sufficient to cover the contributions due, the al. 1 only applies if the company provides a corresponding guarantee of its shareholders.

Introduced by chapter I of O June 25, 2014, in force since 1 Jan. 2015 (2014 2231 RO).

S. 10 form of contributions subject to the approval of the commission, the contributions may be provided: a. in the form of securities, oub. up to a maximum of one quarter of the amount due, form of rights to the benefits of insurance authorized to deal in Switzerland, or in the form of guarantees in favour of funds.

S. 11 contracts of insurance and guarantees insurance contracts and guarantees may not be recognized in respect of contributions that: a. If the funds have the right irrevocable and unconditional disposition; b. If the right to the funds to the insurer or the guarantor does turn off not in the case where the owner liable to pay contributions does not its obligations towards them; c. If the insurer or the guarantor guarantee their solvency in the long term; d. If the insurer irrevocably waives the right of withdrawal conferred on it by art. 6 of the Federal Act of 2 April 1908 on insurance contracts.

Are excluded, in particular: a. insurance that does not become effective unless decommissioning following an accident; b. insurance that do become not effective in case of decommissioning following an accident; c. the guarantees provided by owners required to make contributions.

If the insurer or the guarantor becomes insolvent, the owner must pay contributions must, within the period of one year, pay as deposit the amount covered until then by contracts of insurance or guarantees; in place, it can also, with the agreement of the commission, produce within six months of a new insurance contract or new guarantees.
Upon termination of the insurance or guarantees, the owner must pay contributions must, to the date of termination, pay as deposit the amount covered until then by contracts of insurance or guarantees; in place, it can also, with the agreement of the commission, produce in this period a new insurance contract or new guarantees.

RS 221.229.1 s. 12 share insurance contracts and insurance contracts and warranties of an owner to make contributions should not represent more than one quarter of the capital accumulated by him.

Section 4 claims art. 13 accumulated capital claims that the owner liable to pay contributions can assert on accumulated capital include: a. the payments for the corresponding Setup; b. participation in the results; c. the nominal value of the contracts of insurance and guarantees.

Are deducted from the accumulated capital: a. the amounts paid by the funds for the facility in question, b. the share to the costs of administration for the facility in question.

Participation in results includes interest, dividends and other products, as well as profits and losses on the Fund's assets. It is calculated for each owner to 31 December of the year and is credited or debited to his account.


Repealed by c. I to W of June 25, 2014, with effect from 1 Jan. 2015 (2014 2231 RO).

S. 13aRestitution if the real value of the capital of the Fund before the decommissioning final exceeds at least two times in a row, at the date of the balance sheet, the mathematical according to annex 2, the commission renders the owner liable to pay contributions, on request and account to the structure of investments, the surplus from the mathematical value.
If the real value of the capital of the Fund after the final of a nuclear installation decommissioning exceeds at least two times in a row, at the date of the balance sheet, over 10% set point set for that date, the commission renders the owner liable to pay contributions, on request and taking into account the structure of investments the surplus from the set point.
The return takes place within an appropriate period.
The refund is excluded for all owners required to pay contribution if a bankruptcy has been opened with respect to one of them or if a bankruptcy reprieve has been granted to one of them.

Introduced by chapter I of O June 25, 2014, in force since 1 Jan. 2015 (2014 2231 RO).
New content according to chapter I to the O of oct 7. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4043 RO).

S. 14 payment of the costs of decommissioning and waste owners costs present in the office, for verification, invoices to their name and those established for their own benefits for expenses related to the decommissioning or waste management.
The bureau checks invoices for their formal correctness and organizes their payment by the Fund within the agreed timeframe. The funds make the payment unless the owners concerned are not in arrears with the payment of contributions. The amounts due are paid to owners, excluding value added tax.
The owner chooses if the payment is charged on its deposit or deducted from its contracts of insurance and guarantees.

New content according to chapter I of O June 25, 2014, in force since 1 Jan. 2015 (2014 2231 RO).

Section 5 investment arts policy 15 placement of fortune and accounting asset funds are placed so that their safety is guaranteed, to what they produce appropriate performance and what a volume of sufficient liquidity is ensured for each nuclear facility.
Separate accounting is established for each Fund.

S. 16 restrictions the Fund's capital can not be placed in: a. carriers required to pay their contributions; b. companies that have a greater than 20% stake in companies required to pay contributions; c. Swiss companies which, under drawing rights, deliver, acquire or sell from current nuclear power plants.

The restrictions in the al. 1 shall not apply to collective investment funds, such as investment in an index fund or investment products.

Section 6 currency and accounting article 17 currency costs, contributions and receivables are calculated in Swiss francs.

S. 18 accounting the financial year corresponds to the calendar year.
The accounts of the Fund are held in accordance with the provisions of the code of obligations (CO) relating to commercial accounting and the presentation of the accounts (art. 957 to 962 (a CO). The art. 961 to 961 d CO do not apply. Accounts must submit the State of fortune and operating income of each of the funds so that third parties can form a reliable opinion. It must learn about the annual operating result of funds.

Securities are credited to the balance sheet to the course set by banks during the assessment of deposits.


RS 220 Erratum August 12, 2014 (RO 2014 2487).
New content according to chapter I of O June 25, 2014, in force since 1 Jan. 2015 (2014 2231 RO).
Repealed by c. I to W of June 25, 2014, with effect from 1 Jan. 2015 (2014 2231 RO).

Section 7Provisions for costs of waste management prior to the final decommissioning of nuclear power plants s. 19. the owners shall submit for the approval of the commission the plan of constitution of provisions for the costs of waste management before the final decommissioning of nuclear power plants.
They must also submit to the commission the report of the Auditors certifying that the plan of constitution of provisions has been met and that these provisions have been used for their intended purpose.

Section 8 Organization art. 20Organes the organs of the Fund are: a. the commission; b. the office; c. the Auditors.

The members of the commission and the Auditors are appointed by the federal Council for a period of four years. The term of office coincides with the legislature of the national Council. It begins on 1 January and ends on 31 December.
The mandate of Member of the commission or of the auditors who are appointed in the course of legislature ends at the end of it.
The limitation of mandates under art. 8i of the order of 25 November 1998 on the Organization of Government and administration (OLOGA) shall apply by analogy to the members of the commission.

New content according to chapter I to the O of oct 7. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4043 RO).
RS 172.010.1 s. 21 commission the commission intends at least eleven members.
DETEC and ENSI collaborators may not be appointed as members of the Committee or committees.  Owners are entitled to an equitable seat, but halfway up.
The commission may appeal to experts.

New content according to chapter I to the O of oct 7. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4043 RO).
Introduced by the c. of o. October 7. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4043 RO).

S. 21aindependance the members of the commission other than the representatives of the owners shall no likely to cast doubt on their impartiality relationship with them.
If a supra Member nevertheless wants to engage in an activity that might conflict with its independence, he first seeks a recommendation from the commission. If in doubt, request to the DETEC to conduct an assessment.

Introduced by chapter I of O June 25, 2014, in force since 1 Jan. 2015 (2014 2231 RO).

S. 21bconfidentialite the deliberations of the commission, its committees and technical groups are not public. The debates and documents shall be confidential insofar as there is an overriding public interest to keep secrets.
The members of the commission and others present at the meetings must stick to the requirements concerning the professional discretion and obligation to testify for the collaborators of the Confederation.
The authority superior to the meaning of art. 320, c. 2, penal code is DETEC.
Reserve duty applies also to the outgoing members of the commission.

Introduced by the c. of o. October 7. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4043 RO).
RS 311.0 s. 21cindemnite of the members of the commission unless otherwise provided in this Ordinance, compensation is governed mutatis mutandis by the art. 8l 8t OLOGA on type M2/A market monitoring commissions. For part-time positions, the occupancy rate is set by the DETEC.
Regarding the Chairmen of committees, the amount of valid compensation for the Chairman of the commission applies.
DETEC can increase the amount of allowance of a maximum of 50% for the independent members.

Introduced by the c. of o. October 7. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4043 RO).
RS 172.010.1 s. 22 committees and working groups the commission may create committees and working groups consisting of its own members and external experts.
Owners are entitled to equitable representation, but halfway up the seats of a Committee or a working group.
The Committee is chaired by a member of the commission.
The committees and working groups are developing bases of decision for the commission.

New content according to chapter I of O June 25, 2014, in force since 1 Jan. 2015 (2014 2231 RO).
New content according to chapter I of O June 25, 2014, in force since 1 Jan. 2015 (2014 2231 RO).
Introduced by chapter I of O June 25, 2014, in force since 1 Jan. 2015 (2014 2231 RO).

S. 23 tasks the commission has in particular the following tasks: a. requesting that the DETEC to set the rules for the implementation of the cost study; a. it directs and coordinates the review of the cost study a. requesting that the DETEC to fix the amount of the foreseeable costs of decommissioning and waste management; b. it sets the actuarial model for the calculation of contributions , the financial plan and the budget of the costs of decommissioning and waste management; c. It fixes the amount of the contributions payable to each of the funds by the owners; d. She decides the acceptance of securities, insurance contracts and guarantees; e. deciding the amount and maturity of sums to be returned to the owners or to claim; f. It provides for the grant of advances between funds; g. it shall submit to the DETEC , for the federal Council, the proposals in advance of Confederation; h. it finds that the owner has met fully its obligations i. it approves the plan of constitution of provisions for waste management costs before the final decommissioning of nuclear plants; j. verifies decommissioning, management of waste and administrative costs , and expenses them to the Fund; k. it authorises the payment of the costs of waste management which have not yet been incorporated in the assessment of costs; l deciding the amount and maturity of amounts to surrender pursuant to art. 78, al. 2, of the Act of 21 March 2003 on nuclear energy; Mr. She places the assets of the Fund; n. it enacts investment guidelines; o. It means the office; p. elects offices of filing and refers asset managers q. She appoints the members of the committees r. it monitors the activities of the bureau and the committees and experts she appealed; s. it gives to the federal Office of energy (SFOE) all information necessary for the implementation of monitoring; t. She writes reports and annual accounts and submits annual reports to the Parliament for approval.

New content according to chapter I to the O of oct 7. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4043 RO).
Introduced by the c. of o. October 7. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4043 RO).
Introduced by the c. of o. October 7. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4043 RO).
New expression according to the c. of o. of June 25, 2014, in force since 1 Jan. 2015 (2014 2231 RO). It was taken into account this mod. throughout the text.
New content according to chapter I to the O of oct 7. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4043 RO).
New content according to chapter I to the O of oct 7. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4043 RO).
New content according to chapter I to the O of oct 7. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4043 RO).
Introduced by the c. of o. October 7. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4043 RO).

S. 24 signature the president or the vice-president signed with another Member of the commission to name funds.
The commission may authorise other persons to sign.

S. 25 meetings, quorum, voting the Board shall be convened by the Chairman or, if unable to act, by the vice-president. Sits as often as business requires, but at least once a year, or whenever that one third of the members, at least, in fact the request.
Quorum is reached when at least two thirds of the members of the commission are present. Decisions are taken by simple majority. The president took part in voting; It has a casting vote in case of equality of votes.
Decisions may be taken by way of circulation by simple majority, provided that two-thirds at least of the members give their voice within the period agreed and that no Member may request it be discussed the meeting object. These decisions are reflected in the minutes of the next meeting of the commission.
Each Member can be replaced at one meeting by another, who is entitled to vote in his place. A member can assume a single replacement.

S. 26 office assumes office in particular the following tasks: a. it keeps the accounts and executes payments, provided that the commission decided not otherwise; b. it prepares the meetings of the commission and in running the decisions; c. it takes minutes.

The commission may entrust other tasks in the office.

S. 27 Auditors the company law provisions shall apply by analogy to the mandate, status, qualifications, independence and the reports of the Auditors.
The auditors submit a report to the commission and to the DETEC to the federal Council on the result of his investigations.

S. 28 expense


Daily allowances and the allowances of the members of the commission, the office expenses, of the body to review and experts as well as the cost of the mandates given by the commission are borne by the Fund.

Section 9 monitoring and remedies art. 29Surveillance funds are subject to the supervision of the federal Council.

New content according to chapter I to the O of oct 7. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4043 RO).

S. 29acompetences the federal Council has the following powers: a. it means the members of the commission, its president and its vice-president; b. it means the Auditors; c. Approves the annual reports d. it gives discharge to the Commission; e. If it finds derivatives, it can revoke or replace namely members of the commission and the Auditors.

DETEC has the following competencies: a. it enacts a regulation on the organisation of the funds, the principles and the goals of the investment of the assets as well as the framework of these investments; b. it sets for each installation rules for the realization of the cost study; c. it sets for each installation the amount foreseeable costs of decommissioning and waste management.

The SFOE is responsible for the preparation and follow-up of the decisions of the federal Council and DETEC.

Introduced by the c. of o. October 7. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4043 RO).

S. 30 report the commission challenges for the federal Council to the DETEC and owners required to pay contributions annual reports on each Fund. These include the annual accounts and the reports of the Auditors, and they inform on the principles and the objectives of the placement of the fortune.

S. 31 remedies the procedure of adoption and challenge to the decisions of the Fund is governed by the legislation on administrative procedure and the Federal judiciary.

Section 10 provisions finals s. 32 repealed by c. I to W of June 25, 2014, with effect from 1 Jan. 2015 (2014 2231 RO).

S. 33 repeal of the law in force are hereby repealed: 1. the order of 5 December 1983 concerning the Fund for the decommissioning of facilities nuclear; 2. the order of March 6, 2000, on the Fund for the management of radioactive waste from power plants nuclear; 3. Regulation of DETEC of 21 February 1985 on the Fund for the decommissioning of facilities nuclear; 4. Regulation of DETEC of 15 October 2001 on the Fund management of radioactive waste from nuclear power plants.

[RO 1983 1871, 1996 2782, 2001 78, 2006 4705 c. II 59]
[RO 2000 1027, 2006 4705 c. II 60]
[RO 1985 327 586, 1994 1757, 1996 3433, 2004 643]
[RO 2002 66, 2004 645]

S. transient 33aDisposition of the amendment of June 25, 2014 the taxation of five-year period referred to in art. 9, al. 1, is maintained after the entry into force of the amendment of June 25, 2014, of this order.

Introduced by chapter I of O June 25, 2014, in force since 1 Jan. 2015 (2014 2231 RO).

S. 33bModification of other acts...

Introduced by the c. of o. October 7. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4043 RO).
The am. can be consulted at the RO 2015 4043.

S. 34 entry into force this order comes into force on February 1, 2008.

Annex 1 (art. 8, para. 2) return on capital, rate of inflation and safety supplement the amount of contributions referred to in art. 8, al. 1, is determined taking into account: 1. of a return on capital of 3.5% (after deduction of the costs of the management of fortune including bank charges and trading stamp duty); 2. a rate of inflation of 1.5%; 3. a supplement of 30%.

Introduced by ch. II of O June 25, 2014, in force since 1 Jan. 2015 (2014 2231 RO).

State 1 January 2016 Schedule 2 (art. 9, para. 2, and 13 a, al. 1) Definitions and rules for determining the values of the funds in this order, means: 1 current value: the value today of an amount in cash whereas ulterieurement.1.1 present value gets the form below after updating of the amount expected by the interest rate : PV: current value Ct: amount at the time tr: interest rate of capital (corresponding to the yield referred to in article 8, para. 2) At: duration (in years) between the time the Ct amount is obtained and the reference year used for the calculation of the present value 1.2 the present value of future costs is obtained by applying the formula in Chapter 1.1 to each future cost component (amount Ct) and summing the result to have a current value Totale.2 value: value of the share of each fund obtained for each nuclear facility at the date of closing of the mathematical value bilan.3: value of the share of each fund obtained for each nuclear facility at the date of the balance sheet before final decommissioning, and to achieve the target with only return the capital referred to in art. 8, al. 2.4 setpoint: 4.1 prior to decommissioning final: target value at the date of the balance sheet to obtain the value at the time of decommissioning, based on the set point at the end of the period of taxation preceding, through constant annual contributions during the balance presumed duration of operation of a nuclear installation and the performance of the capital.4.2 after the decommissioning final : present value of future costs determined in accordance with the most recent cost study, calculated between the end of the calendar year and the completion of decommissioning or waste management activities, taking into account the supplement security, return of capital and the rate of inflation according to the art. 8 a. 5 target value: value to be reached the day of the final decommissioning of a nuclear installation.

Formerly annex.

State on January 1, 2016

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