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Decision No. 1/30 of the Board of the Public Utilities Commission

Adopted 23 November 2011

General Authorisation Regulations in the Field of Energy

Issued pursuant to
Section 26.1, Paragraph two and Section 32.1,
Paragraph two of the Electricity Market Law,
Section 7.1, Paragraph one of the Energy Law and
Section 25, Paragraph one of the Law On Regulators of Public Utilities

I. General Provision

1. This Regulation determines the special requirements for production of and trade in electricity, which are binding to all electricity producers, electricity traders, as well as thermal energy producers and thermal energy traders (hereinafter - merchant) whose activity must be regulated in accordance with the Law On Regulators of Public Utilities.

II. General Requirements

2. A merchant has the rights and duties to conduct commercial activity in the relevant field to be regulated in accordance with the Law On Regulators of Public Utilities, the special laws and regulations of the field to be regulated and decisions of the Public Utilities Commission (hereinafter - Regulator).

3. A merchant shall arrange a separate accounting for each type of the public service in accordance with the special laws and regulations of the field to be regulated.

4. A merchant shall periodically inform the Regulator regarding its activities and changes therein in accordance with the laws and regulations and decisions of the Regulator. The merchant shall provide information in accordance with the regulations regarding information to be submitted to the Regulator.

5. A merchant shall provide the Regulator with a possibility of supervising the quality of the provision of the public service and the conformity with the provisions of the general authorisation. The merchant shall submit information to the Regulator regarding indicators of economic and financial activity of the merchant, as well as provide the Regulator with access for the performance of checks.

6. A merchant shall pay a State fee for regulation of public services in accordance with the procedures and in the amount laid down in laws and regulations.

7. A merchant has the right to suspend, discontinue or terminate the provision of the public service in accordance with the procedures laid down in laws and regulations.

8. In circumstances of force majeure a merchant has a duty to take all the necessary measures in order to continue the conformity with and fulfilment of the general authorisation regulations.

III. Requirements for Electricity Production and Thermal Energy Production

9. An electricity producer and a thermal energy producer shall ensure and maintain the objects necessary for the production of electricity or thermal energy.

10. An electricity producer and a thermal energy producer have a duty to develop their activities according to a plan and to participate in planning, provision and development of co-ordinated and efficient energy supply.

11. A thermal energy producer and such merchant who produces thermal energy and electricity in cogeneration shall inform the relevant local government before commencing introduction of a new production capacity.

12. An electricity producer must commence the provision of the public service within the term of validity of the authorisation issued by the Ministry of Economics regarding introduction of new production equipment.

13. A merchant shall inform the Regulator regarding placing of a production object into service within 30 days, submitting information which has been drawn up in accordance with the following annexes:

13.1. an electricity producer - in accordance with Annex 1;

13.2. a thermal energy producer - in accordance with Annex 2;

13.3. a merchant producing electricity in cogeneration shall lodge information:

13.3.1. in accordance with Annex 1 if the total installed electric capacity of cogeneration installations in a cogeneration unit exceeds one megawatt;

13.3.2. in accordance with Annex 2 if the total installed electric capacity of cogeneration installations in a cogeneration unit does not exceed one megawatt.

14. An electricity producer shall ensure measuring and accounting of the consumed fuel, electricity consumed, electricity produced and transferred into the system.

15. A thermal energy producer and such merchant who produces thermal energy and electricity in cogeneration shall ensure measuring and accounting of at least the following values:

15.1. fuel consumed;

15.2. electricity produced;

15.3. thermal energy produced in the cogeneration installation;

15.4. thermal energy produced in hot-water boilers;

15.5. electricity and thermal energy transferred to the system;

15.6. water consumed and water for feeding heating networks;

15.7. electricity consumed and electricity consumed in water circulation pumps of heating networks.

IV. Closing Provision

16. This Regulation shall come into force on 1 January 2012.

Acting Chair,
Board Member of the Public Utilities Commission G. Zeltiņš

 

Annex 1
to Decision No. 1/30 of 23 November 2011 of
the Public Utilities Commission

Information on Commissioned Object of Electricity Production

Name of the electricity production merchant:  
Registration number in the Commercial Register:
Registration number in the Register of Electricity Producers:

 

1. Actual address of the power plant  
2. Date of issue of the authorisation of the Ministry of Economics  
3. No. of the authorisation of the Ministry of Economics  
4. Type of the power plant:*  
  Wind power plant    
Hydroelectric power plant  
Solar power plant  
Cogeneration power plant  
Condensation power plant  
5. Installed capacity of the power plant Electric capacity
(P, MW)
Thermal capacity
of cogeneration installations
(Qcog, MW)**
Thermal capacity
of hot-water boilers
(Qhb, MW)**
     
6. Type of the fuel***  
  Natural gas    
Biogas  
Biomass  
Peat  
Coal  
Diesel fuel  
Fuel oil  
7. Annual production capacity:  
7.1. Electricity, MWh  
7.2. Thermal energy, MWh**  
8. Person to whom thermal energy is sold**  
9. Power plant is commissioned Date: ___ ___________ 20___

Date***: ___ ___________ 20___

Person entitled to represent the merchant  
  /signature*** and full name/

Notes:

* - mark one type with an X

** - to be completed only regarding cogeneration power plants

*** - mark with an X one type only regarding cogeneration or condensation power plants

**** - the details of the document "date" and "signature" shall not be completed if the electronic document has been prepared in accordance with the laws and regulations regarding the drawing up of electronic documents.

Acting Chair,
Board Member of the Public Utilities Commission G. Zeltiņš

 

Annex 2
to Decision No.1/30 of 23 November 2011 of
the Public Utilities Commission

Information on Commissioned Object of Thermal Energy Production

Name of the thermal energy production merchant:  
Registration number in the Commercial Register:
Registration number in the Register of Thermal Energy Producers:

 

1. Actual address of the object  
2. Capacity of installed boilers, MW  
3. Capacity of installed cogeneration installations* Electric capacity
(P, MW)
Thermal capacity of cogeneration installations
(Qcog, MW)
   
4. Type of the fuel**  
  Natural gas    
Biogas  
Biomass  
Peat  
Coal  
Diesel fuel  
Fuel oil or other petroleum products  
Electricity  
5. Annual amount of thermal energy transferred from the object to users, MWh  
6. Person to whom thermal energy is sold  
7. Object is commissioned Date: ___ ___________ 20___

Date***: ___ ___________ 20___

Person entitled to represent the merchant  
  /signature*** and full name/

Notes:

* - to be completed if the total electric capacity of cogeneration units installed in the object does not exceed 1MW

** - mark with an X

*** - the details of the document "date" and "signature" shall not be completed if the electronic document has been prepared in accordance with the laws and regulations regarding the drawing up of electronic documents.

Acting Chair,
Board Member of the Public Utilities Commission G. Zeltiņš

 


Translation © 2014 Valsts valodas centrs (State Language Centre)

 
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Issuer: Public Utilities Commission Type: decision Document number: 1/30Adoption: 23.11.2011.Entry into force: 01.01.2012.End of validity: 15.04.2019.Publication: Latvijas Vēstnesis, 190, 02.12.2011.
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