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Text consolidated by Valsts valodas centrs (State Language Centre) with amending decisions of:

2 November 2010 [shall come into force from 10 November 2010];
19 October 2011 [shall come into force from 27 October 2011];
6 June 2012 [shall come into force from 14 June 2012];
4 December 2013 [shall come into force from 1 January 2014];
8 January 2015 [shall come into force from 10 January 2015].

If a whole or part of a paragraph has been amended, the date of the amending regulation appears in square brackets at the end of the paragraph. If a whole paragraph or sub-paragraph has been deleted, the date of the deletion appears in square brackets beside the deleted paragraph or sub-paragraph.

Decision No. 1/5 of the Board of the Public Utilities Commission

Adopted 11 November 2009

Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted to the Public Utilities Commission

Issued pursuant to
Section 25, Paragraph one of the Law On Regulators of Public Utilities,
Section 35, Paragraph one of the Electronic Communications Law
and Section 12 of the Postal Law

I. General Provisions

1 This Regulation prescribes the procedures by which a provider of public utilities, an electronic communications merchant or postal operator (hereinafter together - provider of public utilities) submits information to the Public Utilities Commission (hereinafter - the Regulator), as well as the type and amount of information to be submitted and time periods for the submission thereof.

2. In addition to the information laid down in this Regulation a provider of public utilities shall submit to the Regulator information which the Regulator has requested in accordance with the laws and regulations.

3. A provider of public utilities shall submit to the Regulator information, which must be submitted in accordance with this Regulation, in writing by submitting original of the document or electronically by signing the document with electronic signature and sending it to the e-mail address of the Regulator sprk@sprk.gov.lv in accordance with the procedures laid down in the laws and regulations.

4. A provider of public utilities shall be held liable for infringement of this Regulation in accordance with the procedures laid down in the laws and regulations.

II. Provision of General Information

5. Once a year by 1 February a provider of public utilities shall submit to the Regulator information regarding calculated State fee for the regulation of public utilities in the current calendar year (Annex 1).

6. Once a year, within two weeks after the time period laid down in the Annual Accounts Law for the submission of the annual account to the State Revenue Service, a provider of public utilities shall submit to the Regulator a certified copy of the profit or loss account for the previous calendar year and decryption (explanation) thereof.

7. Once a year by 1 June a provider of public services, which is not subject to the Annual Accounts Law, shall submit to the Regulator a certified copy of the report regarding income from economic activities for the previous year.

[8 January 2015]

8. Concurrently with the information laid down in Paragraph 6 or 7 a provider of public services shall submit to the Regulator information regarding net turnover of public utilities provided by a merchant indicated in profit or loss account (hereinafter - net turnover) (Annex 2).

9. A provider of public utilities shall submit information laid down in Paragraphs 5, 6, 7 and 8 also in the case when the net turnover in the previous calendar year was zero.

10. If information submitted in accordance with Paragraph 5 and payment of State fee made by a provider of public utilities do not match with the information to be submitted in accordance with Paragraph 6 or 7, concurrently with information laid down in Paragraph 6 or 7 the relevant provider of public utilities shall submit to the Regulator adjusted information regarding calculated State fee for regulation of public utilities in a calendar year (Annex 1).

11. A provider of public services shall submit to the Regulator information regarding the calculated State fee for regulation of public utilities in a calendar year from the planned net turnover (Annex 3) not later than within 30 days after the Regulator has issued a licence or registered with the relevant register or an electronic communications merchant or postal operator has sent a registration notification, but until 1 February of the next year - adjusted information regarding calculated State fee for regulation of public services (Annex 1) by indicating actual net turnover and calculated State fee accordingly in the first calendar year of activity.

[19 October 2011]

12. A provider of public utilities shall submit information to the Regulator regarding change of data included in the licence or registration notification within 30 days from the day when the relevant changes have been made.

[19 October 2011]

13. In addition to the general information indicated in this Chapter a provider of public utilities shall also submit to the Regulator the information specified in this Regulation regarding his or her activities in the relevant regulated sector.

13.1 If restricted access information is submitted to the Regulator, a provider of public utilities shall comply with the requirements of the Law On Regulators of Public Utilities and Freedom of Information Law.

[8 January 2015]

III. Submission of Information Regarding Electronic Communications Sector

14. An electronic communications merchant, who provides public Internet access services, shall submit information two times a year by 15 January regarding situation as of 1 January and by 15 July regarding situation as of 1 July to the Regulator regarding the number of ensured broadband connections (Annex 4).

[02 November 2010]

15. An electronic communications merchant, who provides electronic communications service to an end user and whose income from the provision of these services is at least 60 000 EUR in the previous calendar year, shall submit to the Regulator once a year by 1 August tariffs for electronic communications services in effect as of 1 July of the relevant year.

[4 December 2013]

16. If an electronic communications merchant commences provision of electronic communications services to an end user after 1 August or if changes are made to the applicable tariffs for electronic communications services or to the procedures for application thereof and actual or planned income is at least 60 000 EUR per year, the electronic communications merchant shall submit information to the Regulator regarding tariffs or changes thereto not later than within one month from the day of commencement of provision of electronic communications service or making changes to tariffs.

[4 December 2013]

IV. Submission of Information Regarding Postal Sector

17. A postal operator, who provides universal postal service, shall, once in a quarter by 1 February, 1 May, 1 August and 1 November accordingly, submit information to the Regulator regarding the number of postal items (Annex 5).

18. A postal operator, who provides universal postal service, shall, once in a calendar year by 1 February, submit information to the Regulator regarding the number of employees.

19. A postal operator, who provides universal postal service, shall, once in a calendar year by 1 February, submit information to the Regulator regarding meeting the requirements of the quality of universal postal service and ensuring thereof in respect of the density and number of postal network access points:

19.1. location and number of points for provision of postal services;

19.2. working hours of points for provision of postal services;

19.3. location and number of post boxes;

19.4. time of emptying of post boxes.

20. A postal operator, who provides universal postal service, shall submit information to the Regulator regarding changes in meeting the requirements of the quality of universal postal service and ensuring thereof not later than within one month after the day of introduction of changes.

21. A postal operator, who provides universal postal service, shall, once in a calendar year by 1 February, submit information to the Regulator regarding number of complaints regarding universal postal services and type of examination thereof.

22. A postal operator, who provides traditional or other postal services, shall, once a calendar year by 1 February, submit information to the Regulator regarding the number of postal items and number of employees in the previous calendar year (Annex 6).

V. Submission of Information Regarding Railway Transport Sector

23. A provider of public utilities, who carries out carriage of passengers by rail (hereinafter - a passenger carrier), shall, once a month by the twenty eighth date, submit to the Regulator information regarding carriages of passengers by rail in the territory of the Republic of Latvia in the previous calendar month and period from the beginning of a calendar year (Annex 7).

24. A passenger carrier shall submit to the Regulator information regarding travel fare for carriage of passengers by rail (hereinafter - travel fare), and also shall submit information regarding changes in travel fare not later than 10 days before coming into effect of travel fare or changes to travel fare.

25. A carrier of passengers shall submit to the Regulator information regarding discounts for travel fare not later than 10 days before the discounts for travel fare come into effect.

26. A carrier of passengers shall, once a quarter by 1 February, 1 May, 1 August, 1 November accordingly, submit to the Regulator information regarding performance of train schedule in comparison to approved schedule (Annex 8).

26.1 A carrier of passengers shall once in six months submit to the Regulator information regarding the measures which are taken in relation to compliance with Regulation (EC) No 1371/2007 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 October 2007 on rail passengers' rights and obligations (hereinafter - the Regulation 1371/2007).

[19 October 2011]

27. A carrier of passengers shall once in six months submit to the Regulator a summary regarding received claims (complaints) by users regarding public utilities provided, by specifying the number of claims (complaints), nature thereof and solution for problems referred therein. In addition explaining in details the received claims by users in relation to that laid down in the Regulation 1371/2007.

[19 October 2011]

27.1 A carrier of passengers shall submit the information laid down in Paragraphs 26.1 and 27:

27.1 1. 1 February - for a period from 1 July until 31 December of the previous calendar year;

27.1 2. 1 August - for a period from 1 January until 30 June of the calendar year.

[19 October 2011]

VI. Submission of Information Regarding Energy Sector

28. A provider of public utilities, who provides public utilities in the energy sector (hereinafter - energy supply merchant), shall submit to the Regulator information provided for in the conditions of licence or provision of general authorisation within the specified time periods.

[19 October 2011]

29. An energy supply merchant shall, once a year within two weeks after the time period laid down in the Annual Accounts Law for the submission of the annual account to the State Revenue Service, submit a profit or loss account, balance sheet and cash flow statement to the Regulator separately for each type of public utilities in accordance with the accounting system of the energy supply merchant, in conformity with the requirements of the Annual Accounts Law and taking into account the relevant accounting standards.

30. An energy supply merchant, who carries out electricity transmission, shall submit the following information to the Regulator:

30.1. once a year by 31 March a report on technical and operative indicators of the reporting year and the year before the reporting year (hereinafter in this Chapter - previous year) and transmitted amounts of electricity (Annex 11);

30.2. once in a quarter by 1 February, 1 May, 1 August and 1 November accordingly a report regarding transmitted amounts of electricity in calendar months (Annex 11.1).

[6 June 2012]

30.1 An energy supply merchant, who carries out electricity distribution, shall submit the following information to the Regulator:

30.11. once a year by 31 March an investment plan and a report regarding performance of the investment plan in the reporting year (Annex 10);

30.12. once a year by 31 March a report on technical and operative indicators of the reporting year and previous year and distributed amounts of electricity (Annex 12);

30.13. once a year by 31 March a report on electricity distribution service quality in a reporting year (Annex 12.1);

30.14. once in a quarter by 1 February, 1 May, 1 August and 1 November accordingly a report on amounts of electricity distributed in calendar months and number of users receiving electricity from the supplier of last resort (Annex 12.2 );

30.15. once in a quarter by 1 February, 1 May, 1 August and 1 November accordingly a report on electricity traders who trade electricity to household users and other electricity users by indicating each trader and number of users at the end of the quarter.

[6 June 2012; 8 January 2015]

31. An energy merchant, who trades electricity once in a quarter, shall, by 1 February, 1 May, 1 August and 1 November accordingly, submit to the Regulator a report regarding income from electricity trade to household users and other electricity users of the previous quarter (without value added tax), amount of the electricity traded to household users and other electricity users in the relevant period, the number of household users and other electricity users at the end of this period, and also the number of household users and other electricity users to which supply of electricity has been commenced or discontinued in the relevant period.

[8 January 2015]

32. In addition to provisions of Paragraph 31, a public trader shall, once a year by 1 February, submit to the Regulator information regarding electrical capacities installed in such power stations at the end of the reporting year, where produced electricity is purchased by a public trader.

[8 January 2015]

33. An energy supply merchant, who carries out electricity production in hydroelectric power station, shall submit the following information to the Regulator:

33.1. once a year by 31 March an investment plan and a report regarding performance of the investment plan in the reporting year (Annex 14);

33.2. once a year by 31 March a report on technical and operative indicators of the reporting year and previous year (Annex 15);

33.3. once in a quarter by 1 February, 1 May, 1 August and 1 November accordingly a report on produced amounts of electricity in calendar months, self-consumption, loss and amount of the traded electricity (transferred to the network), and also electricity sales price.

[8 January 2015]

34. An energy supply merchant, who carries out production of electricity and thermal energy in co-generation, if the electrical capacity of installed cogeneration installations in each separate cogeneration power station is greater than one megawatt, shall, once in a calendar year by 31 March, submit to the Regulator a report regarding the amount of services provided in a reporting year, costs, technical and operative indicators (Annex 16).

[19 October 2011; 6 June 2012]

35. An energy supply merchant, who carries out production, transmission, distribution and trade of thermal energy, and an energy supply merchant, who carries out production of electricity and thermal energy in co-generation, if the electrical capacity of installed cogeneration installations in each separate cogeneration power station is not greater than one megawatt, shall, once in a calendar year, by 31 March, submit to the Regulator a report regarding the amount of services provided in the reporting year and the previous year, costs, technical and operative indicators (Annex 17).

[19 October 2011; 6 June 2012]

36. An energy supply merchant, who carries out production of electricity in a wind power station, shall, once in a calendar year by 31 March, submit to the Regulator a report on technical and operative indicators of the reporting year and the previous year (Annex 18).

37. An energy supply merchant, who carries out natural gas transmission, storage, distribution or trade, shall submit the following information to the Regulator:

37.1. by 1 February for a period from 1 July until 31 December and by 1 August for a period from 1 January until 30 June an investment plan and report on performance of investment plan by types of public utilities which provide true and clear view regarding all significant investment positions;

37.2. once in a quarter by 1 February, 1 May, 1 August and 1 November accordingly:

37.2.1. a report by calendar months on amounts of natural gas transmitted, received in a transmission system and transferred from transmission system (thous. m3) (Anne 18.1);

37.2.2.a report by calendar months on stored amounts of natural gas (Annex 19);

37.2.3. a report by calendar months on amounts of trade of natural gas (thous. m3) to users in Latvia, by separately indicating consumption of inhabitants up to 0.5 thousand cubic meters consumption amount per year and from 0.5 up to 25 thous. cubic meters consumption amount per year (Annex 20);

37.2.4. information by calendar months regarding merchant which use natural gas for production of thermal energy and cogeneration, and amounts of natural gas consumed thereby (Annex 21);

37.2.5. information regarding actual costs for financing of natural gas procurement;

37.3. once a month up to 10th date a detailed calculation for natural gas trade of the calendar month and detailed calculation for estimated natural gas trade price for the following two months.

[8 January 2015]

38. [6 June 2012]

VII. Submission of Information Regarding Water Management and Municipal Waste Management Sectors

39. A provider of public utilities, who provides public utilities in the water management sector, shall, once in a calendar year within two weeks after the time period laid down in the Annual Accounts Law for the submission of the annual account to the State Revenue Service, submit to the Regulator a report regarding costs and income, amount of provided public utilities, characterisation of water management and sewerage networks in the reporting year (Annex 23).

[8 January 2015]

39.1 A provider of public utilities shall submit information in accordance with Paragraph 39 regarding each territory of operation of a separate tariff.

[19 October 2011]

40. A provider of public utilities, who provides public utilities in the municipal waste management sector, shall, once in a calendar year within two weeks after the time period laid down in the Annual Accounts Law for the submission of the annual account to the State Revenue Service, submit to the Regulator a report regarding activities of the merchant of municipal waste management sector in general, the amount of public utility actually provided, costs and income in the reporting year, and also information regarding the activities planned by the merchant in general, amount of the planned public utility, costs and income in the calendar year (Annex 25).

[19 October 2011]

VIII. Closing Provisions

41. Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted to the Public Utilities Commission approved by the Decision No. 222 of the Public Utilities Commission of 18 June 2008 (Latvijas Vēstnesis, 2008, No. 99, 199; 2009, No. 82) are repealed.

42. This Regulation shall come into force on 1 January 2010.

Chair of the Board of the Public Utilities Commission V. Andrējeva

 

Annex 1
Decision No. 1/5 of the Public Utilities Commission
11 November 2009

Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted
to the Public Utilities Commission

[4 December 2013]

Name of the provider of public utilities
unified registration number

Information Regarding Calculated State Fee for Regulation of Public Utilities in _________ (year)

No.

Sector/Type of regulated public utility*

Licence number or merchant's registration number

Net turnover in _________ (year), EUR

State fee rate, %

Calculated State fee, EUR

1

2

3

4

5

6

1.

Total in electric power supply, including:        

1.1.

production of electricity in generating installations, the installed electric capacity of which is more than one megawatt;        

1.2.

production of electricity and thermal energy in cogeneration where the total installed electric capacity of cogeneration equipment is more than one megawatt;        

1.3.

electricity transmission if the voltage is 110 kilovolts and higher;        

1.4.

electricity distribution if the voltage is higher than one kilovolt and does not exceed 110 kilovolts;        

1.5.

the trade of electricity to any energy user if the total trading capacity exceeds 4000 megawatt hours per year.        

2.

Total in the thermal energy supply, including:        

2.1.

the production of thermal energy in installations with the total installed thermal capacity, which is more than one megawatt, if the amount of thermal energy transferred to users exceeds 5 000 megawatt hours per year;        

2.2.

the transmission and distribution of thermal energy, where the total transmitted and distributed amount of thermal energy exceeds 5 000 megawatt hours per year;        

2.3.

the trade of thermal energy to users, if the total amount of trade of thermal energy exceeds 5 000 megawatt hours per year;        

3.

Total necessary in natural gas supply, including:        

3.1.

the transmission of natural gas through pipelines;        

3.2.

the storage of natural gas intended for sale in containers or storage sites;        

3.3.

the distribution of natural gas;        

3.4.

the trade of natural gas to any energy users, except the trade of natural gas in gas filling compression stations for vehicles.        

4.

Total in the electronic communications sector, including:        

4.1.

voice telephony services;        

4.2.

public payphone services;        

4.3.

public data and electronic message transmission services;        

4.4.

leased line services;        

4.5.

public Internet access services;        

4.6.

distribution services of radio or television programmes in public electronic communication networks;        

4.7.

access services;        

4.8.

interconnection services.        

5.

Total in postal sector, including:        

5.1.

traditional postal services;        

5.2.

courier services;        

5.3.

express mail services;        

5.4.

delivery services of subscribed press publications;        

6.

Total in the railway transport sector, including:        

6.1.

the carriage of passengers by rail;        

6.2.

the services provided by the public-use railway infrastructure manager to carriers (usage of rail tracks).        

7.

Total in the water management sector, including:        

7.1.

the abstraction, accumulation and preparation of water for the use until delivery to the water supply network;        

7.2.

the water supply from the delivery site in the water supply network to the service user;        

7.3.

the collection and drainage of wastewater to wastewater treatment plants;        

7.4.

the wastewater treatment and drainage in surface water bodies.        

8.

In municipal waste management sector in disposal of waste at landfill sites        

9.

Total (1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8)

X

 

X

 

* in conformity with Cabinet Regulation No. 1227 of 27 October 2009, Regulations Regarding Types of Regulated Public Utilities

Date ____.____._________.

Person entitled to represent the merchant  
 

/signature and full name thereof/

 
Place for a seal    
   

/given name, surname of the person who prepared the document/

   
Telephone    
e-mail    

 

Annex 2
Decision No. 1/5 of the Public Utilities Commission
11 November 2009

Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted
to the Public Utilities Commission

[4 December 2013]

Name of the provider of public utilities
unified registration number

Information regarding net turnover indicated in profit or loss account for ______ (year)

No.

Sector/Type of regulated public utility*

Amount, EUR

1.

Net turnover (2 + 3 + 4+5+6+7+8+9+10+11)  

2.

Total in electric power supply, including:  

2.1.

production of electricity in generating installations, the installed electric capacity of which is more than one megawatt;  

2.2.

production of electricity and thermal energy in cogeneration where the total installed electric capacity of cogeneration equipment is more than one megawatt;  

2.3.

electricity transmission if the voltage is 110 kilovolts and higher;  

2.4.

electricity distribution if the voltage is higher than one kilovolt and does not exceed 110 kilovolts;  

2.5.

the trade of electricity to any energy user if the total trading capacity exceeds 4000 megawatt hours per year.  

3.

Total in the thermal energy supply, including:  

3.1.

the production of thermal energy in installations with the total installed thermal capacity, which is more than one megawatt, if the amount of thermal energy transferred to users exceeds 5 000 megawatt hours per year;  

3.2.

the transmission and distribution of thermal energy, where the total transmitted and distributed amount of thermal energy exceeds 5 000 megawatt hours per year;  

3.3.

the trade of thermal energy to users, if the total amount of trade of thermal energy exceeds 5 000 megawatt hours per year.  

4.

Total necessary in natural gas supply, including:  

4.1.

the transmission of natural gas through pipelines;  

4.2.

the storage of natural gas intended for sale in containers or storage sites;  

4.3.

the distribution of natural gas;  

4.4.

the trade of natural gas to any energy users, except the trade of natural gas in gas filling compression stations for vehicles.  

5.

Total in the electronic communications sector, including:  

5.1.

voice telephony services;  

5.2.

public payphone services;  

5.3.

public data and electronic message transmission services;  

5.4.

leased line services;  

5.5.

public Internet access services;  

5.6.

distribution services of radio or television programmes in public electronic communication networks;  

5.7.

access services;  

5.8.

interconnection services.  

6.

Total in postal sector, including:  

6.1.

traditional postal services;  

6.2.

courier services;  

6.3.

express mail services;  

6.4.

delivery services of subscribed press publications;  

7.

Total in the railway transport sector, including:  

7.1.

the carriage of passengers by rail;  

7.2.

the services provided by the public-use railway infrastructure manager to carriers (usage of rail tracks).  

8.

Total in the water management sector, including:  

8.1.

the abstraction, accumulation and preparation of water for the use until delivery to the water supply network;  

8.2.

the water supply from the delivery site in the water supply network to the service user;  

8.3.

the collection and drainage of wastewater to wastewater treatment plants;  

8.4.

the wastewater treatment and drainage in surface water bodies.  

9.

In municipal waste management sector in disposal of waste at landfill sites  

10.

Net turnover outside regulated public utilities sectors  

* in conformity with Cabinet Regulation No. 1227 of 27 October 2009, Regulations Regarding Types of Regulated Public Utilities

Date ____.____._________.

Person entitled to represent the merchant  
 

/signature and full name thereof/

 
Place for a seal    
   

/given name, surname of the person who prepared the document/

   
Telephone    
e-mail    

 

Annex 3
Decision No. 1/5 of the Public Utilities Commission
11 November 2009

Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted
to the Public Utilities Commission

[4 December 2013]

Name of the provider of public utilities
unified registration number

Information regarding the calculated State fee for regulation of public utilities in _________ (year) from the planned net turnover

No.

Sector/Type of regulated public utility*

Licence number or merchant's registration number

Planned net turnover until the end of the year, EUR

State fee rate, %

Calculated State fee, EUR

1

2

3

4

5

6

1.

Total in electric power supply, including:        

1.1.

production of electricity in generating installations, the installed electric capacity of which is more than one megawatt;        

1.2. .

production of electricity and thermal energy in cogeneration where the total installed electric capacity of cogeneration equipment is more than one megawatt;        

1.3.

electricity transmission if the voltage is 110 kilovolts and higher;        

1.4.

electricity distribution if the voltage is higher than one kilovolt and does not exceed 110 kilovolts;        

1.5.

the trade of electricity to any energy user if the total trading capacity exceeds 4000 megawatt hours per year.        

2.

Total in the thermal energy supply, including:        

2.1.

the production of thermal energy in installations with the total installed thermal capacity, which is more than one megawatt, if the amount of thermal energy transferred to users exceeds 5 000 megawatt hours per year;        

2.2.

the transmission and distribution of thermal energy, where the total transmitted and distributed amount of thermal energy exceeds 5 000 megawatt hours per year;        

2.3.

the trade of thermal energy to users, if the total amount of trade of thermal energy exceeds 5 000 megawatt hours per year.        

3.

Total necessary in natural gas supply, including:        

3.1.

the transmission of natural gas through pipelines;        

3.2.

the storage of natural gas intended for sale in containers or storage sites;        

3.3.

the distribution of natural gas;        

3.4.

the trade of natural gas to any energy users, except the trade of natural gas in gas filling compression stations for vehicles.        

4.

Total in electronic communications sector, including:        

4.1.

voice telephony services;        

4.2.

public payphone services;        

4.3.

public data and electronic message transmission services;        

4.4.

leased line services;        

4.5.

public Internet access services;        

4.6.

distribution services of radio or television programmes in public electronic communication networks;        

4.7.

access services;        

4.8.

interconnection services.        

5.

Total in postal sector, including:        

5.1.

traditional postal services;        

5.2.

courier services;        

5.3.

express mail services;        

5.4.

delivery services of subscribed press publications;        

6.

Total in the railway transport sector, including:        

6.1.

the carriage of passengers by rail;        

6.2.

the services provided by the public-use railway infrastructure manager to carriers (usage of rail tracks).        

7.

Total in water management sector, including:        

7.1.

the abstraction, accumulation and preparation of water for the use until delivery to the water supply network;        

7.2.

the water supply from the delivery site in the water supply network to the service user;        

7.3.

the collection and drainage of wastewater to wastewater treatment plants;        

7.4.

the wastewater treatment and drainage in surface water bodies.        

8.

In municipal waste management sector in disposal of waste at landfill sites        

9.

Total (1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8)

X

 

X

 

* in conformity with Cabinet Regulation No. 1227 of 27 October 2009, Regulations Regarding Types of Regulated Public Utilities

Date ____.____._________.

Person entitled to represent the merchant  
 

/signature and full name thereof/

 
Place for a seal    
   

/given name, surname of the person who prepared the document/

   
Telephone    
e-mail    

 

Annex 4
Decision No. 1/5 of the Public Utilities Commission
11 November 2009

Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted
to the Public Utilities Commission

[6 June 2012]

Name of electronic communications merchant
unified registration number

Information regarding situation as of 1 January/ 1 July (mark as appropriate)

Information regarding public Internet services, by using broadband system[1]

Please indicated number of lines (accessions)!

No.

Users/connection data transmission speed

≥256 Kbit/s up to < 2 Mbit/s

≥2 Mbit/s up to < 10 Mbit/s

≥10 Mbit/s up to < 30 Mbit/s

≥30 Mbit/s up to < 100 Mbit/s

≥ 100 Mbit/s

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

1

DSL lines[2] and number thereof[1], which are ensured by using:

Own network

         

2

Complete access to a subscriber line

         

3

Joint access to a subscriber line

         

4

Access to data flow

         

5

Further selling (re-selling)

         

6

Number of access lines, which are ensured by using:

Cable modem

         

7

Fixed wireless access[3]

         

8

Satellite

         

9

Ethernet protocol

         

10

WIFI wireless Internet connection points

         

11

3G[4]

         

12

4G[5]

         

13

Others (specify)[6]

         

14

Number of NGA[7]lines, which are ensured by using:

VDSL[8]

         

15

FTTH[9]

         

16

FTTB + Ethernet + LAN[10]

         

17

Cable NGA[11]

         

18

Other NGA (specify)[12]

         

[1] The possibility to ensure data transmission speed equal with or greater than 256 Kbit/s. The number of retail lines, i.e. access to the end user, must only be indicated. The number of access lines must be indicated once, i.e. double accounting should be avoided.
[2] Number of digital subscriber lines. VDSL technology need not to be included.
[3] Internet broadband connections, by using fixed wireless access. Each access point shall be counted as one access for the calculation of the number of fixed wireless accesses, regardless of the number of end users who use each particular access point. Publicly accessible WIF access points are not counted.
[4] Third generation technologies of the mobile network
[5] Fourth generation technologies of the mobile network
[6] The number of broadband access lines, by using any other technology (for example, leased lines), except the number of next generation access (NGA) network lines. Each access point shall be counted as one access for the calculation of the number of accesses, regardless of the number of end users who use each particular access point.
[7] Wired access networks which completely or partly consist of optical fibre elements and/or which can ensure broadband access services with improved parameters (for example, greater throughput) compared to those which are ensured by the existing copper cable networks.
[8] Very High Speed Digital Subscriber Line - very high speed digital subscriber line, where copper network is used in the access part. Typically a material network interface at the delivery point at the subscriber's home could be RJ-11 type connector. Ensuring of optical fibre cables up to distribution cabinet (FTTN) + VDSL shall also be included in this category.
[9] Fibre to the home or ensuring of optical fibre cables up to the end user. In this category the number of access lines must be indicated, if the optical fibre cable crosses the border of subscriber's premises and is completed: in the premises or external wall of subscriber's room, or not further than 2 metres from the external wall of subscriber's space. This FTTH definition does not include such architecture where ensuring of optical fibre is completed in public or private territories not reaching premises.
[10] Fibre to the building or ensuring of the optical fibre cables up to the building, i.e. when the optical fibre cable reaches the border of the building, for example, a cellar of the residential house and end connection (from the border of the building up to the subscriber's premises) is ensured by a technology other than optical fibre.
[11] Very high speed data transmission along existing coaxial cable TV network lines. Typically a material network interface at the delivery point at the subscriber's home could be F type connector.
[12] In this category the lines, where data transmission speed of at least 30 Mbit/s is ensured, must be included. This speed restriction shall not apply to other NGA categories (VDSL, FTTH, FTTB, cable NGA).

Date (ddmmyy) ____ ____ _________

Person entitled to represent the merchant  
 

/signature and full name thereof/

 
Place for a seal    
   

/given name, surname of the person who prepared the document/

   
Telephone    
e-mail    

 

Annex 5
Decision No. 1/5 of the Public Utilities Commission
11 November 2009

Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted
to the Public Utilities Commission

[4 December 2013]

Name of postal operator
unified registration number

Information regarding number of postal items (thousands) in ______ quarter of _________ (year)

Category

Destination

Type

Class A

Class B

Postcards Inland ordinary    
registered    
Incoming cross-border ordinary    
registered    
Outgoing cross-border ordinary    
registered    
Letters Inland ordinary    
registered    
insured    
Incoming cross-border ordinary    
registered    
insured    
Outgoing cross-border ordinary    
registered    
insured    
Direct postal items Inland ordinary    
registered    
insured    
Incoming cross-border ordinary    
registered    
insured    
Outgoing cross-border ordinary    
registered    
insured    
Printed matter Inland ordinary    
registered    
Incoming cross-border ordinary    
registered    
Outgoing cross-border ordinary    
registered    
Small packets Inland ordinary    
insured    
Incoming cross-border ordinary    
registered    
Cross-border
Outgoing
ordinary    
registered    
Postal parcels Inland up to 10 kg ordinary    
insured    
Inland over 10 kg ordinary    
insured    
Incoming cross-border up to 10 kg ordinary    
insured    
Incoming cross-border over 10 kg ordinary    
insured    
Incoming cross-border from EU countries up to 20 kg ordinary    
insured    
Outgoing cross-border up to 10 kg ordinary    
insured    
Outgoing cross-border over 10 kg ordinary    
insured    
Subscribed press publications  

Date ____.____._________.

Person entitled to represent the merchant  
 

/signature and full name thereof/

 
   

/given name, surname of the person who prepared the document/

   
Telephone    
e-mail    

 

Annex 6
Decision No. 1/5 of the Public Utilities Commission
11 November 2009

Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted
to the Public Utilities Commission

[4 December 2013]

Name of postal operator
unified registration number

Information regarding number of postal items and number of employees in _________ (year)

1. Traditional postal services (number of postal items in thousands)

Category

Destination

Type

Class A
(thousands)

Class B
(thousands)

Postcards Inland ordinary    
registered    
Incoming cross-border ordinary    
registered    
Outgoing cross-border ordinary    
registered    
Letters Inland ordinary    
registered    
insured    
Incoming cross-border ordinary    
registered    
insured    
Outgoing cross-border ordinary    
registered    
insured    
Direct postal items Inland ordinary    
registered    
insured    
Incoming cross-border ordinary    
registered    
insured    
Outgoing cross-border ordinary    
registered    
insured    
Printed matter Inland ordinary    
registered    
Incoming cross-border ordinary    
registered    
Outgoing cross-border ordinary    
registered    
Small packets Inland ordinary    
insured    
Incoming cross-border ordinary    
registered    
Cross-border
Outgoing
ordinary    
registered    
Postal parcels Inland up to 10 kg ordinary    
insured    
Inland over 10 kg ordinary    
insured    
Incoming cross-border up to 10 kg ordinary    
insured    
Incoming cross-border over 10 kg ordinary    
insured    
Incoming cross-border from EU countries up to 20 kg ordinary    
insured    
Outgoing cross-border up to 10 kg ordinary    
insured    
Outgoing cross-border over 10 kg ordinary    
insured    
Subscribed press publications  

2. Delivery services of subscribed press publications (number of postal items)

Subscribed press publications  

3. Express mail services (number of postal items)

Letters Inland  
Incoming cross-border  
Outgoing cross-border  
Postal parcels Inland  
Incoming cross-border  
Outgoing cross-border  

4. Courier mail services (number of postal items)

Letters  
Postal parcels  

5. Number of employees

Number of employees  

Date ____.____._________.

Person entitled to represent the merchant  
 

/signature and full name thereof/

 
   

/given name, surname of the person who prepared the document/

   
Telephone    
e-mail    

 

Annex 7
Decision No. 1/5 of the Public Utilities Commission
11 November 2009

Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted
to the Public Utilities Commission

[4 December 2013]

Name of passenger carrier
unified registration number
issued licence number

Information regarding carriage of passengers by rail in the territory of the Republic of Latvia in _________ ______ and during a period from the beginning of the year

Indicators

_________
per month

From the beginning of the year

1. Number of passengers carried, (thous.):

1.1. by domestic passenger trains:

1.1.1. by electric trains;

1.1.2. by diesel-engine trains;

1.2. by international passenger trains.

   
2. Passenger turnover, (mill. passenger kilometres):

2.1. in domestic passenger trains:

2.1.1. electric trains;

2.1.2. diesel-engine trains;

2.2. in international passenger trains.

   
3. Average carriage distance per one passenger (in kilometres)

3.1. by domestic passenger trains:

3.1.1. by electric trains;

3.1.2. by diesel-engine trains;

3.2. by international passenger trains.

   
4. Average number of train trips per day and night

4.1. for passenger trains:

4.1.1. electric trains;

4.1.2. diesel-engine trains;

4.2. for international passenger trains.

   
5. Average number of passengers in a wagon

5.1. in domestic passenger trains:

5.1.1. electric trains;

5.1.2. diesel-engine trains;

5.2. in international passenger trains.

   
6. Kilometres performed by trains (thous. kilometres)

6.1. by domestic passenger trains:

6.1.1. by electric trains;

6.1.2. by diesel-engine trains;

6.2. by international passenger trains.

   
7. Kilometres performed by wagons (thous. kilometres)

7.1. by domestic passenger trains:

7.1.1. by electric trains;

7.1.2. by diesel-engine trains;

7.2. by international passenger trains.

   
8. Income from sold tickets (thous. EUR (without VAT))    

Date ____.____._________.

Person entitled to represent the merchant  
 

/signature and full name thereof/

 
Place for a seal    
   

/given name, surname of the person who prepared the document/

   
Telephone    
e-mail    

 

Annex 8
Decision No. 1/5 of the Public Utilities Commission
11 November 2009

Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted
to the Public Utilities Commission

Name of passenger carrier
unified registration number
issued licence number

Information regarding train schedule performance in comparison to approved schedule in ______ quarter of _________ (year)

Number of trains

Schedule performance (%)

Trains cancelled

 

incl. delayed

In the entire route

Partly cancelled

Date ____.____._________.

Person entitled to represent the merchant  
 

/signature and full name thereof/

 
Place for a seal    
   

/given name, surname of the person who prepared the document/

   
Telephone    
e-mail    

Chair of the Board of the Public Utilities Commission V. Andrējeva

 

Annex 9
Decision No. 1/5 of the Public Utilities Commission
11 November 2009

Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted
to the Public Utilities Commission

[6 June 2012]

 

Annex 10
Decision No. 1/5 of the Public Utilities Commission
11 November 2009

Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted
to the Public Utilities Commission

[8 January 2015]

Name of energy supply merchant
unified registration number
issued licence number

Type of activity - electricity distribution

Investments plan for _________ (year) and report on performance of the investments plan for _________ (year)

 

Name of the object or work

Unit of measurement

Plan

Performance of the plan of a reporting year

1.

Electric lines and transformer points:

thous. EUR

   

1.1.

6-20 kV lines

km

   

1.2.

0.4 kV lines

km

   

1.3.

Transformer points

pieces

   

2.

6-20 kV circuit breakers

thous. EUR

   

3.

Projects of capital investments upon request of users

thous. EUR

   

4.

Substations of 110/10 k/V to be built for connection fee

thous. EUR

   

5.

Dispatcher control

thous. EUR

   

6.

Buildings and manufacturing bases of closed transformers

thous. EUR

   

7.

Purchase of fixed assets

thous. EUR

   

8.

Smart electrical energy meters

thous. EUR

   

9.

Intangible investments

thous. EUR

   
  In total:      

Date ____.____._________.

Person entitled to represent the merchant  
 

/signature and full name thereof/

 
Place for a seal    
   

/given name, surname of the person who prepared the document/

   
Telephone    
e-mail    

 

Annex 11
Decision No. 1/5 of the Public Utilities Commission
11 November 2009

Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted
to the Public Utilities Commission

[4 December 2013]

Name of energy supply merchant
unified registration number
issued licence number

Type of activity - electricity transmission

Report on technical and operative indicators and transmitted amounts of electricity for _________ (year)

Indicators

Units of measurement

Reporting year

Previous year

Territory of operation

km²

Electricity transmission lines
Total length of transmission aerial lines

km

330 kV

km

110 kV

km

Total length of cable lines

km

330 kV

km

110 kV

km

Substations and transformers
Total number of substations

pieces

330/110 and 110/20-6 substations

pieces

110/20-6 substations

pieces

Transformers in total

pieces

330/110 autotransformers

pieces

110/6-20 kV transformers

pieces

Transformers in total

MVA

330/110 autotransformers

MVA

110/6-20 kV transformers

MVA

Electricity accounting points (for commercial payments)

pieces

Number of legal persons (business customers) (number of accounting points)

pieces

Amount of electricity supplied to the transmission system

GWh

Transit electricity transferred in the AST* network

GWh

Amount of electricity transmitted to the distribution system

GWh

Transit electricity transferred from the AST* network

GWh

Total planned electricity loss (including transit loss)

GWh

%

Actual total electricity loss (including transit loss)

GWh

%

- electricity loss in the network and transformers

GWh

%

- transit loss

GWh

%

Electricity consumption for technological needs

GWh

Actual number of damages

cases

Average duration of rectification of damages

hours

Maximum load

MW

   

* AST - Joint Stock Company "Augstsprieguma tīkls"

Date ____ ____ _________

Person entitled to represent the merchant  
 

/signature and full name thereof/

 
Place for a seal    
   

/given name, surname of the person who prepared the document/

   
Telephone    
e-mail    

 

Annex 11.1
Decision No. 1/5 of the Public Utilities Commission
11 November 2009

Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted
to the Public Utilities Commission

[6 June 2012]

Name of energy supply merchant
unified registration number
issued licence number

Type of activity - electricity transmission

Transmitted amounts of electricity in the ______ quarter of _________ (year)

No.

Indicators

Units of measurement

(month)

(month)

(month)

1

2

3

4

5

6

1.

Amount of electricity transmitted to the users of Latvia        

2.

Electricity amounts transferred to users of 110 kV        

2.1.

from lines

       

2.2.

from busbars

       

3.

Electricity loss        

4.

Electricity consumption for technological and economic needs        

5.

Electricity export flows        

6.

Electricity import flows        

Date ____ ____ _________

Person entitled to represent the merchant  
 

/signature and full name thereof/

 
Place for a seal    
   

/given name, surname of the person who prepared the document/

   
Telephone    
e-mail    

 

Annex 12
Decision No. 1/5 of the Public Utilities Commission
11 November 2009

Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted
to the Public Utilities Commission

[4 December 2013]

Name of energy supply merchant
unified registration number
issued licence number

Type of activity - electricity distribution

Report on technical and operative indicators and distributed amounts of electricity for _________ (year)

No.

Indicators

Units of measurement

Reporting year

Previous year

1

2

3

4

5

1.

Territory of operation

km²

   

2.

Electricity transmission lines      

2.1.

Total length of aerial lines

km

   

2.1.1.

20 kV

km

   

2.1.2.

6-10 kV

km

   

2.1.3.

0.4 kV

km

   

2.2.

Total length of cable lines

km

   

2.2.1.

20 kV

km

   

2.2.2.

6-10 kV

km

   

2.2.3.

0.4 kV

km

   

3.

Substations and transformers      

3.1.

6-20 kV circuit breakers of high voltage substations

pieces

   

3.2.

6-10-20 kV distribution points

pieces

   

3.3.

Transformer substations 20/0.4 kV

pieces

   

3.4.

Transformer substations 6-10/0.4 kV

pieces

   

3.5.

Transformers in total

pieces

   

3.5.1.

20/0.4 kV

pieces

   

3.5.2.

6-10/0.4 kV

pieces

   

3.6.

Transformers in total

MVA

   

3.6.1.

20/0.4 kV

MVA

   

3.6.2.

6--10/0.4 kV

MVA

   

4.

Electricity users      

4.1.

Total number of users

pieces

   

4.1.1.

Number of private persons

pieces

   

4.1.2.

Number of legal persons

pieces

   

4.2.

Electricity accounting points (for commercial payments)

pieces

   

4.2.1.

Number of accounting points of private persons

pieces

   

4.2.2.

Number of accounting points of legal points

pieces

   

5.

Amount of electricity supplied to the distribution networks

GWh

   

5.1.

Electricity transferred to users

GWh

   

5.2.

Planned total electricity loss

GWh

   
   

%

   

5.3.

Actual total electricity loss

GWh

   
   

%

   

5.3.1.

- loss in the network and transformers

GWh

   

5.3.2.

- other loss

GWh

   

5.4.

Electricity consumption for technological needs

GWh

   

5.5.

Maximum load

MW

   

Date ____ ____ _________

Person entitled to represent the merchant  
 

/signature and full name thereof/

 
Place for a seal    
   

/given name, surname of the person who prepared the document/

   
Telephone    
e-mail    

 

Annex 12.1
Decision No. 1/5 of the Public Utilities Commission
11 November 2009

Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted
to the Public Utilities Commission

[8 January 2015]

Name of energy supply merchant
unified registration number
issued licence number

Type of activity - electricity distribution

Report on electricity distribution service quality in _________ (year)

1. Commercial quality

Table 1

No.

Indicators

Units of measurement

Reporting year

Previous year

1

2

3

4

5

1.

Number of received complaints and submissions regarding voltage quality

pieces

   

1.1.

incl. verbal

pieces

   

1.2.

number of complaints and submissions regarding voltage quality to which replies have been provided

pieces

   

1.2.1.

including written

pieces

   

1.2.2.

incl. verbal

pieces

   

1.2.3.

Number of justified complaints and submissions regarding voltage quality to which replies have been provided

pieces

   

1.2.4.

Number of unjustified complaints and submissions regarding voltage quality to which replies have been provided

pieces

   

1.3.

number of complaints to which replies have been provided within 15 days

pieces

   

1.4.

number of complaints to which replies have been provided within 16-30 days

pieces

   

1.5.

number of complaints to which replies have been provided within more than 30 days

pieces

   

1.6.

average time for provision of replies to all complaints abovementioned in Paragraphs 1.3.-1.5.

days

   

2.

Number of received complaints and submissions regarding electricity supply interruptions

pieces

   

2.1.

incl. verbal

pieces

   

2.2.

number of complaints to which replies have been provided within 15 days

pieces

   

2.3.

number of complaints to which replies have been provided within 16-30 days

pieces

   

2.4.

number of complaints to which replies have been provided within more than 30 days

pieces

   

2.5.

average time for provision of replies to all complaints abovementioned in Paragraphs 2.2.-2.4.

days

   

3.

Number of received complaints and submissions regarding settlements of accounts and payments (except connections)

pieces

   

3.1.

incl. verbal

pieces

   

3.2.

number of complaints to which replies have been provided within 15 days

pieces

   

3.3.

number of complaints to which replies have been provided within 16-30 days

pieces

   

3.4.

number of complaints to which replies have been provided within more than 30 days

pieces

   

3.5.

average time for provision of replies to all complaints abovementioned in Paragraphs 3.2.-3.4.

days

   

4.

Number of other received complaints and submissions

pieces

   

4.1.

incl. verbal

pieces

   

4.2.

number of complaints to which replies have been provided within 15 days

pieces

   

4.3.

number of complaints to which replies have been provided within 16-30 days

pieces

   

4.4.

number of complaints to which replies have been provided within more than 30 days

pieces

   

4.5.

average time for provision of replies to all complaints abovementioned in Paragraphs 4.2.-4.4.

days

   

5.

Total number of calls by users and average waiting time

pieces

   

min.

   

5.1.

incl. informative phone number

pieces

   

min.

   

5.2.

incl. phone number for giving meter readings

pieces

   

min.

   

5.3.

incl. phone number for notification regarding damages

pieces

   

min.

   

5.3.3.

incl. phone number for notification regarding damages in emergency situations

pieces

   

min.

   

6.

Total number of received system connection applications (excluding applications for simple works, for example, change of input protection appliance)

pieces

   

6.1.

number of applications to which replies have been provided within 15 days

pieces

   

6.2.

number of applications to which replies have been provided within 16-30 days

pieces

   

6.3.

number of applications to which replies have been provided within 30 days

pieces

   

6.4.

average time for provision of replies to all applications abovementioned in Paragraphs 6.1.-6.3.

days

   

7.

Total number of received system connection applications (excluding applications for simple works, for example, change of input protection appliance)

pieces

   

7.1.

number of applications to which replies have been provided within 15 days

pieces

   

7.2.

number of applications to which replies have been provided within 16-30 days

pieces

   

7.3.

number of applications to which replies have been provided within 30 days

pieces

   

7.4.

average time for provision of replies to all applications abovementioned in Paragraphs 7.1.-7.3.

days

   

8.

Total number and average duration from the time of receipt of the application for arrangement of new electricity system connection until connection of electric facilities of a user to the network, connections, where works in electrical network are not necessary

pieces

   

days

   

9.

Total number and average time for disconnection of voltage upon request of a user

pieces

   

days

   

2. Technical quality

Inspections of meters for commercial accounting of electricity, interruptions of electricity supply and measurements of voltage specifications

Table 2

No.

Indicators

Units of measurement

Reporting year

Previous year

1

2

3

4

5

1.

Number of taking of readings of meters for commercial accounting of electricity per year per one user

pieces

   

2.

Average time for rectification of justified damages of meters for commercial accounting of electricity from the time of notification of the damage until rectification thereof

days

   

3.

Total number and average time from sending of a warning regarding outstanding invoices until disconnection of electric facilities of a user

pieces

   

days

   

4.

Total number of objects and average time from receipt of the request of electricity trader to disconnect electric facilities of a user until disconnection of electric facilities of the user

pieces

   

days

   

5.

Total number and average time for renewal of electricity supply after receipt of payment, if electricity supply has been interrupted due to non-paid invoices

pieces

   

days

   

6.

Total number of objects and average time for renewal of electricity supply upon request of electricity trader

pieces

   

days

   

7.

Number of cases of application of reduced electricity distribution tariff

in a reporting period (pieces)

   

in total (pieces)

   

8.

Number of rectified voltage quality problems and average duration from the time of receipt of a complaint regarding voltage quality until rectification of the problem

pieces

   

days

   

9.

Average time for warning of users before planned electricity interruptions and total number of warnings

pieces

   

days

   

10.

Number of the planned electricity supply interruptions (SAIFI) (>3min) per one user

times

   

10.1.

including in 6-20 kV network

times

   

10.2.

including in 0.4 kV network

times

   

11.

Duration of the planned electricity supply interruptions (SAIDI) (>3min) per one user

min.

   

11.1.

including in 6-20 kV network

min.

   

11.2.

including in 0.4 kV network

min.

   

12.

Amount of non-supplied electricity in a year due to the planned interruptions (>3min) (ENS)

MWh

   

13.

Number of the non-planned electricity supply interruptions (SAIFI) (>3min) per one user

under normal working conditions

times

   

in other cases

times

   

13.1.

including in 6-20 kV network

under normal working conditions

times

   

in other cases

times

   

13.2.

including in 0.4 kV network

under normal working conditions

times

   

in other cases

times

   

14.

Duration of the non-planned electricity supply interruptions (SAIDI) (>3min) per one user

under normal working conditions

min.

   

in other cases

min.

   

14.1.

including in 6-20 kV network

under normal working conditions

min.

   

in other cases

min.

   

14.2.

including in 0.4 kV network

under normal working conditions

min.

   

in other cases

min.

   

15.

Time for renewal of electricity supply after non-planned interruptions (CAIDI)

under normal working conditions

min.

   

in other cases

min.

   

15.1.

including in 6-20 kV network

under normal working conditions

min.

   

in other cases

min.

   

15.2.

including in 0.4 kV network

under normal working conditions

min.

   

in other cases

min.

   

16.

Amount of non-supplied electricity due to non-planned interruptions (>3min) per one user

under normal working conditions

MWh

   

in other cases

MWh

   

17.

Number of momentary interruptions (<1s<3min) in 6-20 kV network under normal working conditions of the system

times

   

18.

Average number index (MAIFI) of momentary interruptions (<1s<3min) in 6-20 kV network under normal working conditions of the system

times

   

19.

Number of measurements of voltage specifications in conformity with LVS EN50160 standard[1]

Total

pieces

   

does not conform with the standard

pieces

   

19.1.

including in 6-20 kV network

Total

pieces

   

does not conform with the standard

pieces

   

19.2.

including in 0.4 kV network

Total

pieces

   

does not conform with the standard

pieces

   

3. Installation of electricity system connections

Table 3

No.

Indicators

Units of measurement

Reporting year

Previous year

1

2

3

4

5

1.

New connections up to 40 A, 0.4 kV

1.1.

number of applications

pieces

   

1.2.

number of constructed objects

pieces

   

1.3.

average duration from the day of lodging of the application until commissioning of the object

calendar days

   

1.4.

average costs per one connection

EUR

   

2.

New connections 40-100 A, 0.4 kV

2.1.

number of applications

pieces

   

2.2.

number of constructed objects

pieces

   

2.3.

average duration from the day of lodging of the application until commissioning of the object

calendar days

   

2.4.

average costs per one connection

EUR

   

3.

New connections over 100 A, 0.4 kV

3.1.

number of applications

pieces

   

3.2.

number of constructed objects

pieces

   

3.3.

average duration from the day of lodging of the application until commissioning of the object

calendar days

   

3.4.

average costs per one connection

EUR

   

3.5.

new connections or cases (number) of increase of permitted load in conformity with regulation regarding conditions for use of efficient permitted load[2]

pieces

   

4.

New connections 6-20 kV

4.1.

number of applications

pieces

   

4.2.

number of constructed objects

pieces

   

4.3.

average duration from the day of lodging of the application until commissioning of the object

calendar days

   

4.4.

average costs per one connection

EUR

   

4.5.

new connections or cases (number) of increase of permitted load in conformity with regulations regarding conditions for use of efficient permitted load

pieces

   

[1] Cabinet Regulation which determines mandatory applicable standard referable to public electricity network voltage

[2] Users who in conformity with the Regulations adopted by the Public Utilities Commission regarding conditions for use of efficient permitted load in a reporting period have receive applicable coefficient

Date ____ ____ _________

Person entitled to represent the merchant  
 

/signature and full name thereof/

 
Place for a seal    
   

/given name, surname of the person who prepared the document/

   
Telephone    
e-mail    

 

Annex 12.2
Decision No. 1/5 of the Public Utilities Commission
11 November 2009

Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted
to the Public Utilities Commission

[4 December 2013]

Name of energy supply merchant
unified registration number
issued licence number

Type of activity - electricity distribution

Report on technical and operative indicators in the ______ quarter of _________ (year)

 

Units of measurement

Month

Month

Month

Electricity amount distributed to users

MWh

     
Electricity loss

MWh

     
Electricity consumption for technological and economic needs

MWh

     
User who receives electricity from the supplier of last resort

number

     

Date ____ ____ _________

Person entitled to represent the merchant  
 

/signature and full name thereof/

 
Place for a seal    
   

/given name, surname of the person who prepared the document/

   
Telephone    
e-mail    

 

Annex 13
Decision No. 1/5 of the Public Utilities Commission
11 November 2009

Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted
to the Public Utilities Commission

[8 January 2015]

 

Annex 14
Decision No. 1/5 of the Public Utilities Commission
11 November 2009

Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted
to the Public Utilities Commission

[4 December 2013]

Name of energy supply merchant
unified registration number
registration number of the energy supply merchant

Type of activity - electricity production in hydroelectric power station

Investments plan for _________ (year) and report on performance of the investment plan for _________ (year) (thous. EUR)

 

Name of the object or work

Plan

Performance of the plan of a reporting year

I.

Capital construction, reconstruction and renovation    

1.

Technological equipment    

2.

Hydrotechnical structures    

3.

Reconstruction and renovations of buildings and structures    

4.

Perspective designing works    

II.

Purchase of fixed assets, equipment    

1.

Non-mounted equipment    

2.

Immovable property    

3.

Intangible investments (computer programs, scientific research works and similar)    

TOTAL

   

Date ____ ____ _________

Person entitled to represent the merchant  
 

/signature and full name thereof/

 
Place for a seal    
   

/given name, surname of the person who prepared the document/

   
Telephone    
e-mail    

 

Annex 15
Decision No. 1/5 of the Public Utilities Commission
11 November 2009

Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted
to the Public Utilities Commission

[4 December 2013]

Name of energy supply merchant
unified registration number
registration number of the energy supply merchant

Type of activity - electricity production in hydroelectric power station

Report on technical and operative indicators for _________ (year)

Indicators

Units of measurement

Reporting year

Previous year

Electricity produced

MWh

Electricity user for own needs

MWh

- loss in transformers

MWh

Sold electricity

MWh

Number of worked hours per year

h

Specific water consumption to amount of produced electricity

m3/MWh

Number of hours of use of capacities per year

h

Price of traded electricity

EUR/MWh

   

Date ____ ____ _________

Person entitled to represent the merchant  
 

/signature and full name thereof/

 
Place for a seal    
   

/given name, surname of the person who prepared the document/

   
Telephone    
e-mail    

 

Annex 16
Decision No. 1/5 of the Public Utilities Commission
11 November 2009

Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted
to the Public Utilities Commission

[8 January 2015]

Name of energy supply merchant
unified registration number
registration number of the energy supply merchant

Type of activity - production of electricity and thermal energy in cogeneration

Report on amount of services provided in _________ (year), costs, technical and operative indicators thereof [1]

1. Amounts and technical and operative indicators of the services provided

Table 1

No.

Indicators

Unit of measurement

Reporting year

Previous year

1

2

3

4

5

1.

Amount of heat transferred to a user from co-generation facilities

MWh

   

2.

Number of hours of use of net heat capacity of cogeneration facilities per year

hours/per year

   

3.

Heat amount transferred to a user from hot-water boilers

MWh

   

4.

Total thermal energy amount sold to a user*

MWh

   

5.

Produced (gross) amount of electricity - in total

MWh

   

6.

Amount of electricity produced in cogeneration regimen

MWh

   

7.

Proportion of electricity produced in cogeneration regimen

%

   

8.

Amount of net (traded) electricity produced in cogeneration regimen

MWh

   

9.

Electricity self-consumption for production of electricity and thermal energy

MWh

   

10.

Electricity self-consumption for production of thermal energy

MWh

   

11.

Electricity self-consumption for production of electricity produced in cogeneration

MWh

   

12.

Consumption of fuel in cogeneration equipment - in total

MWh

   

12.1.

for production of thermal energy

MWh

   

12.2.

for electricity produced in cogeneration regimen

MWh

   

12.3.

electricity self-consumption for production which is attributed to production of thermal energy

MWh

   

12.4.

electricity self-consumption for production which is attributed to production of electricity produced in cogeneration regimen

MWh

   

13.

Actual efficiency factor of fuel use

%

   

14.

Consumption of fuel for electricity produced in condensation regimen

MWh

   

15.

Consumption of fuel in hot water boilers

MWh

   

16.

Consumption of fuel in cogeneration equipment in total

nat.unit

   

17.

Consumption of fuel in hot water boilers

nat.unit

   

2. Costs for provided services

Table 2

No.

Name

Unit of measurement

Reporting year

Previous year

1

2

3

4

5

1.

Variable costs

X

X

X

1.1.

Fuel costs in total for cogeneration equipment

thous. EUR

   

1.1.1.

for production of thermal energy

thous. EUR

   

1.1.2.

for cogeneration electricity

thous. EUR

   

1.1.3.

for electricity produced in condensation regimen

thous. EUR

   

1.2.

Fuel costs for hot water boilers

thous. EUR

   

1.3.

Fuel costs for production of thermal energy in total

thous. EUR

   

1.4.

Fuel costs for cogeneration station in total

thous. EUR

   

1.5.

Natural resources tax in total

thous. EUR

   

1.5.1.

for production of thermal energy

thous. EUR

   

1.5.2.

for cogeneration electricity

thous. EUR

   

1.5.3.

for electricity produced in condensation regimen

thous. EUR

   

1.6.

Electricity, water and chemical costs in total

thous. EUR

   

1.6.1.

for production of thermal energy

thous. EUR

   

1.6.2.

for cogeneration electricity

thous. EUR

   

1.6.3.

for electricity produced in condensation regimen

thous. EUR

   

1.7.

Emission quota costs

thous. EUR

   

1.7.1.

for production of thermal energy

thous. EUR

   

1.7.2.

for cogeneration electricity

thous. EUR

   

1.7.3.

for electricity produced in condensation regimen

thous. EUR

   

2.

Variable costs in total

thous. EUR

   

2.1.

for production of thermal energy

thous. EUR

   

2.2.

for cogeneration electricity

thous. EUR

   

2.3.

for electricity produced in condensation regimen

thous. EUR

   

3.

Fixed production costs

X

X

X

3.1.

Staff costs

thous. EUR

   

3.2.

Administration costs

thous. EUR

   

3.3.

Equipment repair and maintenance costs

thous. EUR

   

3.4.

Insurance

thous. EUR

   

3.5.

Other costs

thous. EUR

   

4.

Fixed production costs in total

thous. EUR

   

4.1.

Fixed production costs referable to total heat sold to a user

thous. EUR

   

4.2.

Fixed production costs referable to cogeneration electricity

thous. EUR

   

5.

Depreciation of fixed assets in total

thous. EUR

   

5.1.

Depreciation referable to total heat sold to a user

thous. EUR

   

5.2.

Depreciation referable to cogeneration electricity

thous. EUR

   

6.

Interest payments in total

thous. EUR

   

6.1.

Interest payments referable to total heat sold to a user

thous. EUR

   

6.2.

Interest payments referable to cogeneration electricity

thous. EUR

   

7.

Payments of principal part of loan in total

thous. EUR

   

7.1.

Payments of principal part referable to total heat sold to a user

thous. EUR

   

7.2.

Payments of principal part referable to cogeneration electricity

thous. EUR

   

8.

Immovable property tax (IPT) in total

thous. EUR

   

8.1.

IPT referable to total heat sold to a user

thous. EUR

   

8.2.

IPT referable to cogeneration electricity

thous. EUR

   

9.

Enterprise income tax (EIT) referable to thermal and cogeneration electricity

thous. EUR

   

9.1.

EIT referable to total heat sold to a user

thous. EUR

   

9.2.

EIT referable to cogeneration electricity

thous. EUR

   

9.3.

Fixed costs referable to total heat sold to a user

thous. EUR

   

9.4.

Fixed costs referable to cogeneration electricity

thous. EUR

   

10.

Net profit in total

thous. EUR

   

10.1.

Net profit referable to total thermal energy sold to a user

thous. EUR

   

10.2.

Net profit referable to cogeneration electricity

thous. EUR

   

11.

Income from electricity

thous. EUR

   

12.

Income from thermal energy in total

thous. EUR

   

12.1.

for energy

thous. EUR

   

12.2.

for thermal capacity

thous. EUR

   

13.

Annual average joint capital value referable to thermal energy and cogeneration electricity

thous. EUR

   

14.

Joint capital profitability

%

   

* Indicate merchant's name to whom thermal energy is sold. If there are several merchants to whom thermal energy is sold, then the amount of sold thermal energy (MWh) shall be indicated for each of the merchants.

[1] Information shall be prepared in accordance with the methodology for calculation of cogeneration tariffs issued by the Public Utilities Commission.

Date ____ ____ _________

Person entitled to represent the merchant  
 

/signature and full name thereof/

 
Place for a seal    
   

/given name, surname of the person who prepared the document/

   
Telephone    
e-mail    

 

Annex 17
Decision No. 1/5 of the Public Utilities Commission
11 November 2009

Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted
to the Public Utilities Commission

[8 January 2015]

Name of the provider of public utilities
unified registration number
Issued licence or registration number

Type of activity - production of thermal energy, transmission and distribution, trade thereof

Report on amount of services provided in ______ (year), costs, technical and operative indicators thereof [1] [2]

1. Amounts and technical and operative indicators of the services provided

Table 1

No.

Amounts and technical and operative indicators of the services provided

Unit of measurement

Designation/
calculation[3]

Reporting year

Previous year

1

2

3

4

5

6

1.

Installed thermal capacity

MW

QJuzst

   

2.

Installed electric capacity

MW

     

3.

Total requested thermal capacity

MW

QJpiepr

   

4.

Quantity of thermal energy transferred to users

MWh

Qpiepr

   

5.

Transmission and distribution losses

MWh

Qzud. = Qnet - Qpiepr

   

6.

Purchased thermal energy**

MWh

Qiep

   

7.

Thermal energy transferred to heating networks

MWh

Qneto = Qiep + Qk.m

   

8.

Quantity of thermal energy transferred from boiler room

MWh

Qk.m

   

9.

Heat self-consumption of a boiler room

MWh

Qpašp

   

10.

Quantity of the produced thermal energy

MWh

Qbruto = Qk.m.+Qpašp

   

11.

Sold amount of electricity*

MWh

     

12.

Transmission and distribution losses

%

Qzud% = Qzud/Qneto x 100

   

13.

Number of hours of use of installed capacity

hours/per year

H = Qbruto/QJuzst

   

14.

Efficiency factor of thermal energy production

%

LK = Qbruto/KP x 100

   

15.

Fuel consumption in power units***

MWh

KP = KPnv x ZSS

   

16.

Lowest heat of combustion of fuel used***

MWh/nat. unit

ZSS

   

17.

Fuel consumption in natural units (thous. normal m3, t, bulk m³, tight m3, etc.)***

nat.unit

KPnv

   

2. Costs of thermal energy production

Table 2

No.

Costs of thermal energy production

Unit of measurement

Reporting year

Previous year

1

2

3

4

5

1.

Variable costs

X

X

X

1.1.

Fuel costs***

thous. EUR

   

1.2.

Natural resources tax

thous. EUR

   

1.3.

Emission quota costs

thous. EUR

   

1.4.

Electricity costs

thous. EUR

   

1.5.

Costs of water and chemicals

thous. EUR

   

1.6.

Purchased thermal energy costs

thous. EUR

   

1.7.

Other variable costs

thous. EUR

   

2.

Variable costs in total

thous. EUR

   

3.

Fixed costs

X

X

X

3.1.

Work remuneration with social tax

thous. EUR

   

3.2.

Equipment repair and maintenance costs

thous. EUR

   

3.3.

Depreciation of fixed assets or payment of principal amount of credit in conformity with Paragraph 24 of the Methodology

thous. EUR

   

3.4.

Insurance

thous. EUR

   

3.5.

Interest payments

thous. EUR

   

3.6.

Other costs

thous. EUR

   

4.

Fixed production costs in total

thous. EUR

   

5.

Income from sold electricity*

thous. EUR

   

6.

Costs referable to production of thermal energy
Calculate according to positions of Table 2 (6.=2.+4.-5.)*

thous. EUR

   

3. Costs for thermal energy transmission and distribution

Table 3

No.

Costs for thermal energy transmission and distribution

Unit of measurement

Reporting year

Previous year

1

2

3

4

5

1.

Variable costs

X

X

X

1.1.

Costs for thermal energy transmission and distribution loss

thous. EUR

   

1.2.

Electricity, water and chemical costs

thous. EUR

   

1.3.

Other variable costs

thous. EUR

   

2.

Variable costs in total

thous. EUR

   

3.

Fixed costs

X

X

X

3.1.

Work remuneration with social tax

thous. EUR

   

3.2.

Equipment repair and maintenance costs

thous. EUR

   

3.4.

Depreciation of fixed assets

thous. EUR

   

3.5.

Insurance

thous. EUR

   

3.6.

Interest payments

thous. EUR

   

3.7.

Other costs

thous. EUR

   

4.

Total fixed costs for transmission and distribution

thous. EUR

   

4. Trade costs for thermal energy

Table 4

No.

Trade costs for thermal energy

Unit of measurement

Reporting year

Previous year

1

2

3

4

5

1.

Variable costs

thous. EUR

   

2.

Fixed costs

X

X

X

2.1.

Work remuneration with social tax

thous. EUR

   

2.2.

Equipment repair and maintenance costs

thous. EUR

   

2.3.

Depreciation of fixed assets

thous. EUR

   

2.4.

Insurance

thous. EUR

   

2.5.

Interest payments

thous. EUR

   

2.6.

Other costs

thous. EUR

   

3.

Fixed trade costs in total

thous. EUR

   

5. Total costs, taxes and profit

Table 5

No.

Total costs, taxes and profit

Unit of measurement

Reporting year

Previous year

1

2

3

4

5

1.

Variable costs in total

thous. EUR

   

2.

Fixed costs in total

thous. EUR

   

3.

Profit before taxes

thous. EUR

   

4.

Enterprise income tax

thous. EUR

   

5.

Immovable property tax

thous. EUR

   

6.

Net profit

thous. EUR

   

7.

Annual average value of joint capital

thous. EUR

   

8.

Joint capital profitability

%

   

* these columns shall be completed only by those energy merchants who carry out production of electricity and thermal energy in cogeneration, if electric capacity of installed cogeneration installations in each separate cogeneration power station is not greater than one megawatt
**indicate the name of the merchant from which thermal energy is purchased. If there are several merchant from which thermal energy is purchased, then the amount of purchased thermal energy (MWh) shall be indicated for each of the merchants
*** if merchant uses several types of fuel, then data in Paragraphs 15, 16 and 17 of Table 1 and Paragraph 1.1. of Table 2 shall be provided for each fuel type separately by adding additional rows in the Table

[1] Information must be prepared in accordance with the provision of the methodology issued by the Public Utilities Commission regarding calculation of tariffs for thermal energy supply services.

[2] If a merchant provides thermal energy services with several technically and mutually non-related centralised heat supply systems and thermal energy supply tariffs have been laid down separately for each centralised heat supply system, this report must be submitted separately for each centralised thermal supply system.

[3] Designations conform to that laid down in the methodology issued by the Public Utilities Commission regarding calculation of tariffs for thermal energy supply services.

Date ____ ____ _________

Person entitled to represent the merchant  
 

/signature and full name thereof/

 
Place for a seal    
   

/given name, surname of the person who prepared the document/

   
Telephone    
e-mail    

 

Annex 18
Decision No. 1/5 of the Public Utilities Commission
11 November 2009

Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted
to the Public Utilities Commission

[4 December 2013]

Name of energy supply merchant
unified registration number
Registration number of the energy supply merchant

Type of activity - electricity production in wind power station

Report on technical and operative indicators for _________ (year)

Indicators

Units of measurement

Reporting year

Previous year

Electricity produced

MWh

Electricity used for own needs

MWh

Sold electricity

MWh

Number of worked hours per year

h

Cost price for produced electricity

EUR/MWh

Price of traded electricity

EUR/MWh

   

Date ____ ____ _________

Person entitled to represent the merchant  
 

/signature and full name thereof/

 
Place for a seal    
   

/given name, surname of the person who prepared the document/

   
Telephone    
e-mail    

 

Annex 18.1
Decision No. 1/5 of the Public Utilities Commission
11 November 2009

Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted
to the Public Utilities Commission

[8 January 2015]

Name of energy supply merchant
Unified registration number
Issued licence number

Type of activity - transmission of natural gas

Transmitted amounts of natural gas in the ______ quarter of _________ year

No.

Indicators

Thous. m3

1.

Transmitted amounts by transmission system, incl.  

2.

to the Republic of Latvia  

3.

incl. "Jantarnij bereg"  

4.

to the Republic of Estonia  

5.

to the Republic of Lithuania  

6.

to the Russian Federation  

7.

Amounts of natural gas received in the transmission system, incl.  

8.

from interconnection with the Republic of Estonia  

9.

from interconnection with the Republic of Lithuania  

10.

from interconnection with the Russian Federation  

11.

from Inčukalns underground gas storage facilities  

12.

from other sources  

13.

Amounts of natural gas transferred from the transmission system, incl.  

14.

to interconnection with the Republic of Estonia  

15.

to interconnection with the Republic of Lithuania  

16.

to interconnection with the Russian Federation  

17.

to Inčukalns underground gas storage facilities  

18.

to transmission system and distribution system interconnections, in total  

Date ____ ____ _________

Person entitled to represent the merchant  
 

/signature and full name thereof/

 
Place for a seal    
   

/given name, surname of the person who prepared the document/

   
Telephone    
e-mail    

 

Annex 19
Decision No. 1/5 of the Public Utilities Commission
11 November 2009

Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted
to the Public Utilities Commission

Name of energy supply merchant
unified registration number
issued licence number

Type of activity - storage of natural gas

Stored amounts of natural gas in the ______ quarter of _________ year

Indicators

Thous. m3

Amount of buffer gas as of the beginning of the period  
Amount of active natural gas as of the beginning of the period - in total:  

- JSC Latvijas Gāze

 

- OJSC Gazprom

 

- LLC Itera Latvija

 

- other owner

 
Amount of pumped in natural gas - in total:  

- JSC Latvijas Gāze

 

- OJSC Gazprom

 

- LLC Itera Latvija

 

- other owner

 
Technological consumption and loss in the pumping in period  
Technological consumption and loss during storage  
Amount of natural gas taken out - in total:  
- JSC Latvijas Gāze:  

- for the needs of Latvia

 
- OJSC Gazprom:  

- for the needs of Latvia

 
- LLC Itera Latvija:  

- for the needs of Latvia

 
- other owner:  

- for the needs of Latvia

 
Technological consumption and loss in the taking out period  
Amount of buffer gas as of the end of the period  
Amount of active natural gas as of the end of the period - in total:  

- JSC Latvijas Gāze

 

- OJSC Gazprom

 

- LLC Itera Latvija

 

- other owner

 

Date ____ ____ _________

Person entitled to represent the merchant  
 

/signature and full name thereof/

 
Place for a seal    
   

/given name, surname of the person who prepared the document/

   
Telephone    
e-mail    

Chair of the Board of the Public Utilities Commission V. Andrējeva

 

Annex 20
Decision No. 1/5 of the Public Utilities Commission
11 November 2009

Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted
to the Public Utilities Commission

Name of energy supply merchant
unified registration number
issued licence number

Type of activity - trade of natural gas

Amounts of trade of natural gas to users in Latvia (thous. m3) in the ______ quarter of _________ (year)

Consumption capacity per year
thous.m3

From low and medium pressure distribution networks (up to 0.4 MPa)

From high pressure distribution networks (from 0.41-1.6 MPa)

Total

up to 0.5      
incl. to inhabitants      
from 0.5-25      
incl. to inhabitants      
from 25-126      
from 126-1260      
from 1260-12 600      
from 12 600-20 000      
from 20 000-100 000      
Above 100 000      
CGRCS*      

TOTAL:

     
Calorific value used for payments, kcal / n.m3  

* CGRCS - car gas refilling compressor station

Date ____ ____ _________

Person entitled to represent the merchant  
 

/signature and full name thereof/

 
Place for a seal    
   

/given name, surname of the person who prepared the document/

   
Telephone    
e-mail    

Chair of the Board of the Public Utilities Commission V. Andrējeva

 

Annex 21
Decision No. 1/5 of the Public Utilities Commission
11 November 2009

Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted
to the Public Utilities Commission

Name of energy supply merchant
unified registration number
issued licence number

Type of activity - trade of natural gas

Merchants which use natural gas for production of thermal energy and cogeneration, and amount of natural gas consumed thereby (thous. m3) in the ______ quarter of _________ (year)

No.

User

Amount of natural gas, incl. by months

Centralised heat supply merchants (except cogeneration plants)

     

in total

1

         

2

         

3

         

4

         

5

         

6

         

7

         

8

         

9

         

10

         
  Co-generation plants        

1

         

2

         

3

         

4

         

5

         
  In total        

Date ____ ____ _________

Person entitled to represent the merchant  
 

/signature and full name thereof/

 
Place for a seal    
   

/given name, surname of the person who prepared the document/

   
(telephone)    
e-mail    

Chair of the Board of the Public Utilities Commission V. Andrējeva

 

Annex 22
Decision No. 1/5 of the Public Utilities Commission
11 November 2009

Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted
to the Public Utilities Commission

[6 June 2012]

 

Annex 23
Decision No. 1/5 of the Public Utilities Commission
11 November 2009

Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted
to the Public Utilities Commission

[8 January 2015]

Name of the provider of public utilities
unified registration number

Regulated sector: water management

Report on costs and income, amount of provided public utilities, characterisation of water supply and sewerage networks in _________ (year) in the territory of _____________________________________________ (name) [1] [2]

1. Costs and income

No.

Indicators

Activities of the merchant in general

Water supply service in the reporting year

Sewerage service in the reporting year

Water supply service in the report of the previous year

Sewerage supply service in the report of the previous year

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

1.

INCOME, EUR (net turnover), including:  

x

x

x

x

1.1.

Income from the provided water management services          

1.2.

Other income from the main activity  

x

x

x

x

2.

EXPENDITURE, EUR (are grouped on the basis of the methodology for the calculation of tariffs for water management services), inlc.:

X

       

2.1.

Depreciation of fixed assets and the book value of written-off intangible investments

X

       

2.2.

Staff costs

X

       

2.3.

Costs of renovation

X

       

2.4.

Other economic activity expenditure, including explanations of all expenditure items in accordance with the methodology for the calculation of tariffs for water management services

X

       

2.4.1.

X

       

2.4.2.

X

       

2.5.

Taxes

X

       

2.6.

Credit interest payments and repayment of the principal sum

X

       

2. Characterisation of water supply networks and amounts of services in the reporting year

No.

Name

Indicators characterising separated water supply network

1.

Location of separated water supply network (name of the territory)        

2.

Length of the water supply network, km as of 31 December of the reporting year        

3.

Number of connections (water entries) as of 31 December of the reporting year        

4.

Electricity consumptions, in the relevant network, kWh in the reporting year        

5.

Quantity of water taken from the natural water sources (water acquired by own), m3 in the reporting year        

6.

Quantity of water acquired by own, which is supplied to water main network, m3 in the reporting year        

7.

Quantity of water purchased from other providers of water management services, which is supplied to water main network, m3 in the reporting year        

8.

A provider of water management services from which water is purchased in the reporting year        

9.

Quantity of water supplied to customers, m3 in the reporting year        

3. Characterisation of sewerage networks and amounts of services in the reporting year

No.

Name

Indicators characterising separated sewerage network

1.

Location of separated sewerage network (name of the territory)        

2.

Length of the sewerage self-flow network, km as of 31 December of the reporting year        

3.

Length of the sewerage pressure line network, km as of 31 December of the reporting year        

4.

Number of connections (wastewater lead-outs) as of 31 December of the reporting year        

5.

Electricity consumption in the relevant network, kWh in the reporting year        

6.

Quantity of wastewater collected from customers, m3 in the reporting year        

7.

Total amount of treated wastewater in own waste water treatment plants, m3 in the reporting year        

8.

Amount of wastewater transferred to other providers of sewerage services for treatment, m3 in the reporting year        

9.

A provider of sewerage services to which wastewater is transferred for treatment in the reporting year        

If compared to information included in the report of the previous year total costs for water management services change by 5 % in the reporting year, amount of water management services and number of connections change by 10 %, and also lengths of water management networks change, the reasons for such changes shall be indicated.

[1] Information for the reporting year shall be prepared in accordance with the methodology for calculation of water management tariffs issued by the Public Utilities Commission.

[2] According to Paragraph 39 the information of the report shall be compiled separately for each territory of operation of a separate tariff.

Date ____ ____ _________

Person entitled to represent the merchant  
 

/signature and full name thereof/

 
Place for a seal    
   

/given name, surname of the person who prepared the document/

   
Telephone    
e-mail    

 

Annex 24
Decision No. 1/5 of the Public Utilities Commission
11 November 2009

Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted
to the Public Utilities Commission

[8 January 2015]

 

Annex 25
Decision No. 1/5 of the Public Utilities Commission
11 November 2009

Regulations Regarding Information to be Submitted
to the Public Utilities Commission

[8 January 2015]

Name of the provider of public utilities
unified registration number

Regulated sector: disposal of municipal waste at landfill sites

No.

Indicators

Report on amount of provided services, costs and income for _________ (year)

Amounts of services, costs and income planned in _________ (year)

1

2

3

4

1.

Income, EUR
incl.:
   

1.1.

Income from the provision of public service    

1.2.

Other income from main activity, including:    

1.2.1.

   

1.2.2.

   

2.

Expenditure, EUR (are grouped on the basis of the methodology for the calculation of tariff for disposal of municipal waste at landfill sites), inlc.:    

2.1.

Depreciation of fixed assets and the book value of written-off intangible investments    

2.2.

Staff costs    

2.3.

Costs of renovation    

2.4.

Other costs of economic activity,
including explanations of all expenditure items in accordance with the methodology for calculation of tariff for disposal of municipal waste:
   

2.4.1.

   

2.4.2.

   

2.5.

Taxes    

2.6.

Credit interest payments and repayment of the principal sum    

2.7.

Other income from landfill site use and sorted, reusable municipal waste trade which are referred to the tariff    

3.

Amount of provided public utilities (t)    

4.

Number of contracts entered into with merchant regarding acceptance of municipal waste for disposal at landfill sites    

Date ____ ____ _________

Person entitled to represent the merchant  
 

/signature and full name thereof/

 
Place for a seal    
   

/given name, surname of the person who prepared the document/

   
Telephone    
e-mail    

 


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Title: Noteikumi par Sabiedrisko pakalpojumu regulēšanas komisijai iesniedzamo informāciju Status:
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Issuer: Public Utilities Commission Type: decision Document number: 1/5Adoption: 11.11.2009.Entry into force: 01.01.2010.End of validity: 01.01.2018.Publication: Latvijas Vēstnesis, 183, 20.11.2009.
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