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Republic of Latvia

Cabinet
Regulation No. 322

Adopted 25 April 2006

Regulations Regarding the Annual Assessment Report of a Transmission System Operator

Issued pursuant to Section 15, Paragraph two
of the Electricity Market Law

1. These Regulations prescribe the procedures, by which a transmission system operator shall develop and submit an assessment report to the Ministry of Economics and the Public Utilities Commission, as well as the requirements with regard to the content of the assessment report.

2. A transmission system operator shall prepare an assessment report on the basis of information provided by participants of the electricity system and co-operation partners - transmission system operators in other states, with which exchange of electricity takes place.

3. Participants of the electricity system, within a time period of 1 month after the receipt of a request of a transmission system operator, shall provide it with the information necessary for the development of an assessment report.

4. An assessment report shall include the following parts:

4.1. the demand for electricity and power in the State in the preceding year. This part shall indicate:

4.1.1. the electricity consumption per weeks;

4.1.2. the maximum load in winter and the minimum load in summer; and

4.1.3. the system demand for power on reference test days (in a 24 hour cycle);

4.2. the forecast of electricity and power consumption for the forthcoming years (the minimum time period of the forecast - 10 years), indicating the annual electricity consumption and maximum load;

4.3. an assessment of the compliance of the supply and consumption in the accounting period and the forecast for the forthcoming years (the minimum time period of the forecast - 10 years). This part shall indicate:

4.3.1. the annual electricity consumption and the possible sources for the covering thereof;

4.3.2. the power demand and the possible sources for the covering thereof per hours:

4.3.2.1. in 24 hours with a maximum power demand;

4.3.2.2. in 24 hours with a minimum power demand;

4.3.2.3. in 24 hours during the time period from December until February with the average power demand of a working day;

4.3.3. information regarding the amounts of international electricity traded in the preceding year;

4.3.4. an assessment of the transmission system operator regarding the periods, during which the power had not been adequate to the demand, and proposals for the provision of power for the forthcoming years (for example, power development possibilities in particular locations, consumption management measures, construction of new system objects);

4.3.5. information regarding the necessary and available emergency power reserves in order to ensure the uninterrupted functioning of the electricity system if any of the system objects does not operate; and

4.3.6. the conclusions of the transmission system operator regarding the electrical power generation and the availability of electricity for the provision of electricity supply to all users;

4.4. the compliance of the transmission system with the demand and maintenance quality. This part shall indicate:

4.4.1. the conclusions of the transmission system operator regarding the compliance of the transmission system for the transport of electricity and the capability to ensure the uninterrupted functioning of the electricity system if any of the system objects does not operate, as well as measures (individually and together with other system operators) for the secure operation of the system for the forthcoming years (the minimum time period of the forecast - 10 years);

4.4.2. information regarding the planned international connections of the system (the minimum time period of the forecast - 10 years);

4.4.3. the conclusions of the transmission system operator regarding the safety and sufficiency of the electricity transmission system for the secure supply of electricity to all users in the preceding year and for the forthcoming years (the minimum time period of the forecast - 10 years); and

4.5. the existing and planned electricity generation capacities, which are larger than 1 MW, as well as necessary measures, if the demand is maximum or there is a lack of one or several suppliers.

5. A transmission system operator shall submit a hard copy of the assessment report to the Ministry of Economics and the Public Utilities Commission and in electronic form each year by 1 October.

6. The Ministry of Economics shall publish an assessment report prepared by a transmission system operator on the Internet home page of the Ministry.

Informative Reference to European Union Directive

These Regulations contain legal norms arising from Directive 2003/54/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 June 2003 concerning common rules for the internal market in electricity and repealing Directive 96/92/EC.

Prime Minister A. Kalvītis

Acting for the Minister for Economics,
Minister for Education and Science B. Rivža


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Title: Noteikumi par pārvades sistēmas operatora ikgadējo novērtējuma ziņojumu Status:
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Issuer: Cabinet of Ministers Type: regulation Document number: 322Adoption: 25.04.2006.Entry into force: 29.04.2006.Publication: Latvijas Vēstnesis, 68, 28.04.2006.
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