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Translation validity: 21.04.2010.–22.06.2011.
Amendments not included: 16.06.2011., 28.03.2012., 27.09.2013., 30.03.2017., 06.07.2017.

Decision No. 1/7 of the Board of the Public Utilities Commission

Adopted 14 April 2010

Methodology for the Calculation of Thermal Energy Supply Service Tariffs

Issued pursuant to Section 9, Paragraph one,
Clause 2, and Section 25, Paragraph one of
the Law On Regulators of Public Utilities

I. General Provisions

1. The Methodology prescribes the procedures by which a merchant shall calculate the tariff for the following regulated thermal energy supply services: thermal energy production (except the production of thermal energy by cogeneration installations with an installed electric capacity over one megawatt), transmission and distribution of thermal energy and trade of thermal energy.

2. The following terms are used in this Methodology:

2.1. two-part thermal energy tariff - a tariff, in which the variable thermal energy costs are attributed to a unit of thermal energy sold to users, determining the energy payment, and the fixed costs are attributed to the total heat capacity requested by all users, determining the capacity payment. A merchant shall receive an energy payment for the thermal energy sold and a capacity payment for the heat capacity requested by users as a fixed payment regardless of the amount of thermal energy consumed by the users;

2.2. average annual joint capital value - the average value of the joint capital value at the beginning and end of the preceding period;

2.3. merchant - within the meaning of this Methodology a provider of public services, which has been issued a licence for the production, transmission, distribution or trade of thermal energy;

2.4. joint capital - the part of the sum of the own capital and long-term liabilities (for which contracts have been entered into), which is proportionally attributable to the fixed assets necessary for the provision of the regulated service;

2.5. thermal energy user - a natural person or a legal person, which purchases thermal energy from a merchant and consumes it for its own needs or uses it in energy supply or for other type of commercial activity;

2.6. thermal energy producer - a merchant, which only provides the thermal energy production service and sells thermal energy for the thermal energy production tariff;

2.7. installed thermal capacity (gross thermal capacity) - total thermal capacity of the installations producing thermal energy (excluding cogeneration installations with an installed electric capacity over one megawatt) in accordance with the thermal capacity of installations indicated by the producer; and

2.8. single-part thermal energy tariff - the tariff, in which the variable and fixed costs of thermal energy are attributed to the unit of thermal energy sold to users. A merchant shall receive payments for thermal energy according to the single-part tariff determined for the consumed thermal energy.

3. A merchant shall submit a draft thermal energy supply tariff (hereinafter - draft tariff) to the Regulator as an original written document and in electronic form. Together with the draft tariff the merchant shall also submit information and documents, which certify the justification of the costs included in the draft tariff.

4. A merchant shall submit information to the Regulator regarding the anticipated costs for the current year and the actual costs of the preceding year, the actual and planned accounting balance.

5. The draft tariff shall be calculated on the basis of the costs during one full year.

6. A merchant shall choose the type of the tariff (a single-part thermal energy tariff or a two-part thermal energy tariff) upon agreement with the thermal energy users.

7. A merchant shall calculate an individual draft tariff for each thermal energy supply service - thermal energy production, transmission and distribution, and trade.

8. When submitting a draft tariff for the production of thermal energy, a merchant shall also submit the thermal energy balance and calculation of heating fuel for each individual heat source (in accordance with Paragraph 29) and information regarding the costs of the production tariff.

9. A vertically integrated merchant, which produces less than 5000 megawatt hours of thermal energy per year, may calculate the draft tariff for all regulated thermal energy supply services together (for production, transmission and distribution, and trade).

10. A merchant, the variable costs of which (heating fuel or purchased thermal energy) depend on the final trade tariffs of natural gas, which comply with the trade prices of natural gas, shall calculate the draft tariff depending on the final trade tariffs of natural gas, which comply with different trade prices of natural gas.

11. A merchant, which does not use natural gas for the production of thermal energy, shall use the most economically advantageous price offer of heating fuel, substantiating it, as well as submitting a copy of the contract for the supply of the relevant heating fuel.

12. If the thermal energy produced in a heat source is used in the technological process for the merchant's own needs or is used for other purposes, all costs shall be divided proportionally to the energy amounts. Only such part of the costs shall be included in the draft tariff, which is attributed to the part of thermal energy transferred to the users of thermal energy, for which the relevant tariff is being calculated

13. The interest rate on the borrowed capital included in the draft tariff:

13.1. shall be justified with the actual interest rates indicated in the contracts of credit institutions, or

13.2. if the loan is not from a credit institution, it shall not exceed the latest average interest rate in lats for a loan or credit granted in foreign currency to domestic merchants published by the Central Statistics Bureau.

14. A merchant shall accurately and transparently reflect the necessary technologically and economically substantiated costs for the production, distribution, transmission and trade of thermal energy, including only the assets and activities related to such types of activity therein.

15. Payments to debtors shall not be included in the draft tariff (creating savings for doubtful debtors).

16. The forecasts of costs shall not include inflation, changes in the price of heating fuel or electricity, changes in taxes and fees and changes in other payments specified by the State.

17. When calculating the costs of thermal energy production, all such costs shall be included in the production costs, which are related to a cogeneration unit with an installed electric capacity of less than one megawatt and exclude from the total production costs the revenue from the sale of electricity, which are multiplied by a coefficient, which is not less than 0.94.

18. The value of the financial support received from a State, self-government, foreign state, European Union, international organisation and institution (financial assistance) shall not be included in the draft tariff, reducing the joint capital value and the depreciation of the fixed assets by the relevant amount.

19. In calculating the depreciation for the fixed assets financed from the financial support (financial assistance) received from a State, self-government, European Union, other international organisation and institution, the value of the fixed assets shall be reduced by the value of the relevant financial support (financial assistance), which has been indicated in the balance sheet item "Deferred Revenue" and determined in accordance with the procedures specified by the Cabinet, by which financial support (financial assistance) from State, self-government, foreign, European Union, other international organisations and institutions, donations and gifts in cash or kind shall be reflected in financial statements.

20. The maximum permissible profitability of the joint capital shall be calculated according to the following formula:

KRmax = (0,126k ‒ 0,026) × AR × 100 + (‒0,247z + 0,347) × APS × 100 , where
AK

k - coefficient for the calculation of profit calculated according to the formula: k = H /1200. If as a result of the calculation the value of k exceeds 1, k=1 shall be used in the calculation of the profitability of the joint capital;

z - coefficient for the calculation of profit calculated according to the formula: z = Qzud% /22. If as a result of the calculation the value of k exceeds 1, z=1 shall be used in the calculation of the profitability of the joint capital;

AR - the balance sheet value of the fixed assets attributable to the production of thermal energy;

APS - the balance sheet value of the fixed assets attributable to the transmission and distribution of thermal energy; and

AK - the total balance sheet value of the fixed assets attributable to the supply of thermal energy, determined as AK = AR + APS.

21. If, as a result of optimisation measures or investments performed by a merchant for increasing the efficiency of the thermal supply system, a reduction by more than 2% in the total costs of thermal energy supply services has been achieved in comparison with the total costs in the approved tariff, the merchant, upon submitting a new draft tariff, may calculate the component of the benefit from reduction of costs. A tariff, the calculation of which includes the component of the benefit from reduction of costs, may be approved for a period of time, which does not exceed three years from the time when the tariff comes into effect. If the merchant submits a new draft thermal energy tariff within three years, the time period for the application of the component of the benefit from reduction of costs shall be reduced, so that the time period of application thereof would not exceed 3 years.

22. The component of the benefit from reduction of costs shall be calculated as follows:

in the case of a single-part tariff: ISK=0,5 * (Iapst - I)/Qpiepr, [Ls/MWh];

in the case of a two-part tariff: ISK=0,5 * (Iapst - I)/QJpiepr, [tūkst.Ls/MW],

where: Iapst - the total costs in the approved tariff;

I - the total costs of thermal energy supply services after the performance of optimisation measures or investments for increasing the efficiency of the thermal energy supply system;

Qpiepr - the quantity of thermal energy transferred to users; and

Qjpiepr - the total requested thermal capacity.

23. A merchant shall include in a tariff project long-term (5 years and longer) credit interest payments.

24. A merchant may include the repayment of the principal sum of a long-term credit (5 years and more) in the draft tariff, if the depreciation of the fixed assets purchased for the relevant credit throughout the use of the fixed assets is not included in the draft tariff, ensure individual accounting of such fixed assets in the accounting system.

25. If repayment of the principal sum of a credit has been included in the approved thermal energy tariff in accordance with Paragraph 24, a merchant shall, not later than six months before repayment of the principal sum of the relevant credit, submit a new draft tariff to the Regulator, not including the depreciation of the fixed assets purchased for the relevant credit in the draft tariff.

26. A merchant may include the unforeseen costs or revenue in the preceding period, not exceeding one year, in the other variable costs or other costs of the draft tariff. Unforeseen costs or revenue may be formed by changes in taxes and fees, changes in the costs of heating fuel and purchased thermal energy, changes in costs, which have arisen due to the merchant changing the consumption group of natural gas due to changes in the amount of thermal energy produced.

27. The thermal energy tariff, which includes the unforeseen costs or revenue of the preceding period, shall be approved for one or two years, accordingly dividing the unforeseen costs or revenue of the preceding period into one or two year periods.

28. If the anticipated indicators of the amount used for the calculation of the tariff change by 10% or the anticipated total costs included in the tariff calculation change by 5%, a merchant shall submit a new draft tariff, which is based on the adjusted amounts and costs of thermal energy.

II. Procedures for the Calculation of the Draft Tariff

29. A merchant shall calculate the thermal energy balance and the consumption of heating fuel in accordance with Table 1 "Quantity of Thermal Energy and Consumption of Heating Fuel".

Table 1

Quantity of Thermal Energy and Consumption of Heating Fuel

No.   Unit of measurement Designation, expression used in the calculation
29.1 Installed thermal capacity MW QJuzst
29.2 Total thermal capacity requested MW QJpiepr
29.3 Quantity of thermal energy transferred to users MWh Qpiepr
29.4 Transmission and distribution losses MWh Qzud
29.5 Thermal energy purchased MWh Qiep
29.6 Thermal energy transferred to heating networks MWh Qneto = Qpiepr + Qzud
29.7 Quantity of thermal energy transferred from the boiler house MWh Qk.m.=Qneto - Qiep
29.8 Self-consumption of heat by the boiler house MWh Qpašp
29.9 Quantity of thermal energy produced MWh Qbruto = Qk.m.+Qpašp
29.10 Transmission and distribution losses % Qzud%=Qzud/Qneto x 100
29.11 Number of hours for use of the installed capacity hours/year H = Qbruto/QJuzst
29.12 Efficiency coefficient of thermal energy production % LK
29.13 Consumption of heating fuel in energy units MWh KP= Qbruto/LK
29.14 The lowest combustion heat of the heating fuel used MWh/nominal unit ZSS
29.15 Consumption of heating fuel in nominal units (thousand nm3, t, etc.) nominal unit KPnv = KP/ZSS
29.16 Heating fuel costs in nominal units LVL/nominal unit CKnv
29.17 Heating fuel costs in energy units LVL/MWh CK=CKnv/ZSS

30. Explanations of individual rows of Table 1:

30.1. row 29.2 of the Table - the total requested thermal capacity may be calculated by adding the thermal capacity requested by thermal energy users, or according to the following formula:

QJpiepr = ( Qnod1 + Qnod2 + Qnod3 ) + QJkor ‒ QJatsl , where
3 × 2000

QNOD1 and QNOD2 - the amount of thermal energy, which was actually transferred to users in the two preceding years, expressed in megawatt hours (MWh);

QNOD3 - the planned amount of thermal energy transferred to users in the current year, expressed in megawatt hours (MWh);

QJkor -. the maximum connected thermal load of objects of such users, which are planning to begin the use of thermal energy or are using thermal energy or planning to use another type of thermal energy supply, concurrently retaining the connection to the centralised thermal supply system;

QJats1 - the maximum connected thermal load of objects of such users, which have discontinued the use of thermal energy or have not consumed thermal energy within a three year period;

30.2. row 29.3 of the Table - the consumption of thermal energy shall be determined, using the actual readings of fixed heat meters in the heat source or the heat meter readings at the heating points of users, taking into account changes in energy efficiency and new connections to the centralised thermal supply system;

30.3. row 29.4 of the Table - anticipated heat losses shall be determined, using the actual calculations according to the readings of heat meter at the output of the heat source and the input of buildings and taking into account changes in energy efficiency;

30.4. row 29.8 of the Table - the part of the thermal energy, which is consumed by installations and auxiliary installations producing and transforming thermal energy;

30.5. row 29.7 of the Table - the quantity of thermal energy transferred from a boiler house shall be determined at the proprietary border of the thermal energy producer;

30.6. row 29.14 of the Table - indicates the lowest combustion temperature of the heating fuel, at which the contract purchase price of the heating fuel is determined.

31. A merchant shall calculate the draft thermal energy tariff in accordance with Table 2 "Thermal Energy Production Tariff", attaching an explanation of the included costs and substantiating documents thereto.

Table 2

Thermal Energy Production Tariff

No.   Unit of measurement Designation, expression used in the calculation
  Variable costs    
31.1 Costs of the heating fuel thousands of LVL IK = (KP x CK)/1000
31.2 Natural resources tax thousands of LVL NDR
31.3 Costs of emission allowances thousands of LVL IKV = ckv x Ustrp
31.4 Electricity costs thousands of LVL IEL1
31.5 Costs of water and chemicals thousands of LVL
31.6 Costs of the purchased thermal energy, if thermal energy is being purchased according to a single-part tariff thousands of LVL IIEP
31.7 Component of the purchased thermal energy, if thermal energy is being purchased according to a two- part tariff thousands of LVL IIEPm
31.8 Other variable costs thousands of LVL PM1
31.9 Total variable costs thousands of LVL IM1=IK+NDR+IKV+IEL1 +IŪ+IIEP+ IIEPm +PM1
  Fixed costs    
31.10 Component of the purchased thermal energy capacity, if thermal energy is being purchased according to a two- part tariff thousands of LVL IIEPp
31.11 Remuneration and social tax thousands of LVL Idarbs1
31.12 Costs of the repair and maintenance of installations thousands of LVL Irem1
31.13 Depreciation of fixed assets thousands of LVL NOL1
31.14 Insurance thousands of LVL Iapdr1
31.15 Interest payments thousands of LVL Kproc1
31.16 Other costs thousands of LVL Ipp1
31.17 Total fixed costs for production thousands of LVL IRp=IIEPp+Idarbs1+Irem1 +NOL1+Iapdr1+Kproc1+Ipp1
31.18 Enterprise income tax thousands of LVL UIN1
31.19 Immovable property tax thousands of LVL NĪN1
  Total fixed costs thousands of LVL IP1 = IRp +UIN1+NĪN1
31.20 Net profit thousands of LVL NP1
31.21 Total production costs thousands of LVL IR=IM1 + IP1 + NP1
31.22 Production tariff in the case of a single-part tariff LVL/MWh T1 =IR x 1000 / Qneto
31.23 The thermal energy component of the production tariff in the case of a two-part tariff LVL/MWh EKQ1 = IM1 x 1000 /Qneto
31.24 The thermal capacity payment of the production tariff in the case of a two-part tarifff thousands of LVL/MW per year JKQ1 = (IP1 + NP1) / QJpiepr

32. Explanations of individual rows of Table 2:

32.1. row 31.2 of the Table - shall be calculated in accordance with the Law On Natural Resources Tax according to the consumption of heating fuel;

32.2. row 31.3 of the Table - shall be calculated by multiplying the purchase price of emission allowances with the difference between the granted and necessary amount of emission allowances per year. The revenue that a merchant earns from the sale of greenhouse gas emission allowances, shall be used in order to cover the costs of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, by reconstructing the existing installations and acquiring new installations, or in order to increase the energy efficiency of the relevant centralised heat supply system. These costs shall not be included in a draft tariff;

32.3. row 31.4 of the Table - shall include the costs of the purchased electricity to ensure production of thermal energy;

32.4. row 31.15 of the Table - principal amounts of credit, payment schedules of interest on credit and contract shall be submitted;

32.5. row 31.16 of the Table - shall show other costs not referred to in Table 2, characterising them.

33. A merchant shall calculate the draft thermal energy transmission and distribution tariff in accordance with Table 3 "Thermal Energy Transmission and Distribution Tariff".

Table 3

Thermal Energy Transmission and Distribution Tariff

No.   Unit of measurement Designation, expression used in the calculation
  Variable costs    
33.1 The costs for thermal energy transmission and distribution losses thousands of LVL Izud = Qzud x T1/1000
33.2 Costs of electricity, water and chemicals thousands of LVL IEL2
33.3 Other variable costs thousands of LVL PM2
33.4 Total variable costs thousands of LVL IM2=Izud+IEL2+PM2
  Fixed costs    
33.5 Remuneration and social tax thousands of LVL Idarbs2
33.6 Costs for the repair and maintenance of installations thousands of LVL Irem2
33.7. Depreciation of fixed assets thousands of LVL NOL2
33.8 Insurance thousands of LVL Iapdr2
33.9 Interest payments thousands of LVL Kproc2
33.10 Other costs thousands of LVL Ipp2
33.11 Total fixed costs for distribution thousands of LVL ISp=Idarbs2+Irem2+NOL2+
Iapdr2+Kproc2+Ipp2
33.12 Enterprise income tax thousands of LVL UIN2
33.13 Immovable property tax thousands of LVL NĪN2
33.14 Total fixed costs thousands of LVL IP2 = ISp +UIN2+NĪN2
33.15 Net profit thousands of LVL NP2
33.16 Total transmission and distribution costs thousands of LVL IS=IM2 + IP2 +NP2
33.17 Transmission and distribution tariff in the case of a single-part tariff LVL/MWh T2 =IS x 1000 / Qpiepr
33.18 The thermal energy component of the transmission and distribution tariff in the case of a two-part tariff LVL/MWh EKQ2 = IM2 x 1000 / Qpiepr
33.19 The heat capacity payment of the transmission and distribution tariff in the case of a two-part tariff thousands LVL/MW per year JKQ2 = (IP2 + NP2) / QJpiepr

34. A merchant shall calculate the draft tariff for thermal energy trade in accordance with Table 4 "Thermal Energy Trade Tariff".

Table 4

Thermal Energy Trade Tariff

No.   Unit of measurement Designation, expression used in the calculation
34.1 Variable costs thousands of LVL IM3
  Fixed costs    
34.2 Remuneration and social tax thousands of LVL Idarbs3
34.3 Costs for the repair and maintenance of installations thousands of LVL Irem3
34.4 Depreciation of fixed assets thousands of LVL NOL3
34.5 Insurance thousands of LVL Iapdr3
34.6 Interest payments thousands of LVL Kproc3
34.7 Other costs thousands of LVL Ipp3
34.8 Total fixed costs for trading thousands of LVL ITp=Idarbs3+Irem3+NOL3+ Iapdr3+Kproc3+Ipp3
34.9 Enterprise income tax thousands of LVL UIN3
34.10 Immovable property tax thousands of LVL NĪN3
34.11 Total fixed costs thousands of LVL IP3= ITp + UIN3+NĪN3
34.12 Net profit thousands of LVL NP3
34.13 Total trading costs thousands of LVL IT=IM3+IP3 + NP3
34.14 Trading tariff in the case of a single-part tariff LVL/MWh T3 =IT x 1000 / Qpiepr
34.15 The thermal energy component of the trade tariff in the case of a two-part tariff LVL/MWh EKQ3 = IM3 x 1000 / Qpiepr
34.16 The heat capacity payment of the trade tariff in the case of a two-part tariff thousands of LVL/MW per year JKQ3 = (IP3 + NP3) / QJpiepr

35. A merchant shall perform the profit or loss calculation for thermal energy production in accordance with Table 5 "Profit or Loss Calculation - Thermal Energy Production".

Table 5

Profit or Loss Calculation - Thermal Energy Production

No.   Unit of measurement Designation, expression used in the calculation
35.1 Thermal energy tariff (in the case of a single-part tariff) LVL/MWh T1
35.2 Income for thermal energy thousands of LVL IEQ1=T1 x Qneto/1000
35.3 Total income for thermal energy thousands of LVL IEQ1=IEEKQ1 + IEJKQ1
35.4 including from the energy component thousands of LVL IEEKQ1=EKQ1 x Qneto/1000
35.5 including from the thermal capacity payment thousands of LVL IEJKQ1=JKQ1 x QJpiepr
35.6 Variable costs thousands of LVL IM1
35.7 Fixed costs for production thousands of LVL IRp
35.8 Profits before taxes thousands of LVL PPN1=IEQ1 -IM1-IRp
35.9 Enterprise income tax thousands of LVL UIN1
35.10 Immovable property tax thousands of LVL NĪN1
35.11 Profit for the financial year (net profit) thousands of LVL NP1=PPN1-(UIN1+NĪN1)
35.12 Profit before interest and tax payments thousands of LVL PPPN1=PPN1+KPROC1
35.13 Average annual value of the joint capital thousands of LVL KK
35.14 Profitability of the joint capital % KR1=PPPN1/KK x 100
35.15 Fixed costs per thermal energy unit LVL/MWh Ipv1 = (IP1 + NP1) x 1000/ Qneto

36. The tariff value which does not exceed the maximum specified profitability shall be indicated in row 35.1 of Table 5.

37. A merchant shall perform the profit or loss calculation for transmission and distribution of thermal energy in accordance with Table 6 "Profit or Loss Calculation - Thermal Energy Transmission and Distribution".

Table 6

Profit or Loss Calculation - Thermal Energy Transmission and Distribution

No.   Unit of measurement Designation, expression used in the calculation
37.1 Thermal energy tariff (in the case of a single-part tariff) LVL/MWh T2
37.2 Income for thermal energy thousands of LVL IEQ2=T2 x Qpiepr/1000
37.3 Total income for thermal energy thousands of LVL IEQ2=IEEKQ2 + IEJKQ2
37.4 including for the energy component thousands of LVL IEEKQ2=EKQ2 x Qpiepr/1000
37.5 including from the thermal capacity payment thousands of LVL IEJKQ2=JKQ2 x QJpiepr
37.6 Variable costs thousands of LVL IM2
37.7 Fixed costs for transmission and distribution thousands of LVL ISp
37.8 Profits before taxes thousands of LVL PPN2=IEQ2-IM2-ISp
37.9 Enterprise income tax thousands of LVL UIN2
37.10 Immovable property tax thousands of LVL NĪN2
37.11 Profit for the financial year (net profit) thousands of LVL NP2=PPN2-(UIN2+NĪN2)
37.12 Profit before interest and tax payments thousands of LVL PPPN2=PPN2+KPROC2
37.13 Average annual value of the joint capital thousands of LVL KK
37.14 Profitability of the joint capital % KR2=PPPN2/KK x 100
37.15 Fixed costs per thermal energy unit LVL/MWh Ipv2 = (IP2 + NP2) x 1000/ Qpiepr

38. The tariff value which does not exceed the maximum specified profitability shall be indicated in row 37.1 of Table 6.

39. A merchant shall perform the profit or loss calculation for trade of thermal energy in accordance with Table 7 "Profit or Loss calculation - Thermal Energy Trade".

Table 7

Profit or Loss Calculation - Thermal Energy Trade

No.   Unit of measurement Designation, expression used in the calculation
39.1 Thermal energy tariff (in the case of a single-part tariff) LVL/MWh T3
39.2 Income for thermal energy thousands of LVL IEQ3=T3 x Qpiepr/1000
39.3 Total income for thermal energy thousands of LVL IEQ3=IEEKQ3 + IEJKQ3
39.4 including from the energy component thousands of LVL IEEKQ3=EKQ3 x Qpiepr/1000
39.5 including from the thermal capacity payment thousands of LVL IEJKQ3=JKQ3 x QJpiepr
39.6 Variable costs thousands of LVL IM3
39.7 Fixed costs for trading thousands of LVL ITp
39.8 Profit before taxes thousands of LVL PPN3=IEQ3-IM3-ITp
39.9 Enterprise income tax thousands of LVL UIN3
39.10 Immovable property tax thousands of LVL NĪN3
39.11 Profit for the financial year (net profit) thousands of LVL NP3=PPN3-(UIN3+NĪN3)
39.12 Profit before interest and tax payments thousands of LVL PPPN3=PPN3+KPROC3
39.13 Average annual value of the joint capital thousands of LVL KK
39.14 Profitability of the joint capital % KR3=PPPN3/KK x 100
39.15 Fixed costs per thermal energy unit LVL/MWh Ipv3 = (IP3 + NP3) x 1000/ Qpiepr

40. The tariff value which does not exceed the maximum specified profitability shall be indicated in row 39.1 of Table 7.

41. A vertically integrated merchant shall calculate the draft tariff for all regulated thermal energy supply services in accordance with Table 8 "Final Tariff for Thermal Energy".

Table 8

Final Tariff for Thermal Energy

No.   Unit of measurement Designation, expression used in the calculation
41.1 Total costs thousands of LVL I = IR + IS + IT - Izud
41.2 Final tariff in the case of a single-part tariff LVL/MWh T = T1 + T2 + T3
41.3 The thermal energy component of the final tariff in the case of a two-part tariff LVL/MWh EKQ = IM x 1000 / Qpiepr
41.4 The thermal capacity payment of the final tariff in the case of a two-part tariff thousands of LVL/MW per year JKQ = (IP + NP) / QJpiepr
41.5 Fixed costs per thermal energy unit LVL/MWh IPv = (IP + NP) x 1000/ Qpiepr

42. A vertically integrated merchant shall perform the total loss or profit calculation in accordance with Table 9 "Profit or Loss Calculation - Total Calculation".

Table 9

Profit or Loss Calculation - Total Calculation

No.   Unit of measurement Designation, expression used in the calculation
42.1 Thermal energy tariff (in the case of a single-part tariff) LVL/MWh T
42.2 Income for thermal energy thousands of LVL IEQ=T x Qpiepr/1000
42.3 Total income for thermal energy thousands of LVL IEQ=IEEKQ + IEJKQ
42.4 including from the energy component thousands of LVL IEEKQ=EKQ x Qpiepr/1000
42.5 including from the thermal capacity payment thousands of LVL IEJKQ=JKQ x QJpiepr
42.6 Variable costs thousands of LVL IM = IM1+IM2+IM3 - Izud
42.7 Fixed costs thousands of LVL IRSTp=IRp+Isp+ITp
42.8 Profit before taxes thousands of LVL PPN=IEQ - IM - IRSTp
42.9 Enterprise income tax thousands of LVL UIN
42.10 Other taxes (immovable property tax) thousands of LVL NĪN
42.11 Total fixed costs thousands of LVL IP=IRSTp+UIN+NĪN
42.12 Profit for the financial year (net profit) thousands of LVL NP=PPN-(UIN+NĪN)
42.13 Profit before interest and tax payments thousands of LVL PPPN=PPN+KPROC
42.14 Average annual value of the joint capital thousands of LVL KK
42.15 Profitability of the joint capital % KR=PPPN/KK x 100

43. The tariff value which has been obtained in row 41.2 shall be indicated in row 42.1 of Table 9.

III. Closing Provisions

44. This Methodology shall come into force on the day following the publication thereof in the newspaper Latvijas Vēstnesis [the official Gazette of the Government of Latvia].

45. The draft thermal energy supply service tariff, which a merchant has submitted to the Regulator until the day of this Methodology coming into force, shall be examined in accordance with Cabinet Regulation No. 281 of 26 June 2001, Methodology for the Calculation of Tariffs of Public Utilities in Sectors Regulated by Self-governments.

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

 


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