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The Basic Distribution Activity Tariff Regulation (OGG B’ 3727/12.08.2021) regulates the methodology for setting the Basic Distribution Activity tariffs as set out in the Distribution Networks Operation Code.

 

By Decision RAE 1429/22.10.2020 (OGG B’ 4882/04.11.2020), the Required Revenue and the Basic Distribution Activity Tariffs for Regulatory Period 2019-2022 were approved.

 

In 2021, the following Distribution Tariff coefficients are applied:

 

 

Thessaloniki

Energy Charge (€/kWh)

Capacity Charge (€/kWh/h)

General (Residential/ Commercial)

0,0103554

0,3740376

CNG

0,0009344

0,0000000

Industrial

0,0001590

1,4965317

 

 

Thessaly

Energy Charge (€/kWh)

Capacity Charge (€/kWh/h)

General (Residential/ Commercial)

0,0105551

0,4314291

CNG

0,0007418

0,0000000

Industrial

0,0001535

1,7252177

 

 

The Distribution Tariffs are applied in accordance with Articles 17 and 18 of the Basic Distribution Activity Tariff Regulation in €/kWh for the Energy Charge and in €/kWh/h for the Capacity Charge, in accordance with the Distribution Networks Operation Code.

 

Industrial Tariffs apply to End Customers supplied with natural gas for industrial use, including cogeneration, whose actual consumption in the last twelve months was greater than 2,2 GWh per consumption site. CNG Tariffs apply to natural gas compression facilities (CNG).

 

Concerning Hourly Reserved Capacity and Capacity Charge:

 

A. For non-hourly measured Delivery Points, the Maximum Technical Capacity of the natural gas Meter in kWh/h is used.

 

B. For hourly measured Delivery Points, the Distribution User’s capacity declaration-commitment for each Delivery Point in kWh/h, as Annexed to the Use Contract, is used for the relevant calculation.

 

Also, in accordance with Article 18 par. 1 (A) of the Basic Distribution Activity Tariff Regulation: ‘The Capacity Charge is calculated and invoiced per Distribution User who serves the Delivery Point concerned, based on Reserved Capacity, depending on the number of Days per Month on which the Delivery Point is represented by the Distribution User and the Use Contract is in force’. To apply this provision, the Capacity Charge is converted into a daily charge and is applied for the days on which the Delivery Point is represented by the Distribution User, and the Use Contract is in force. The above provision applies for both hourly and non-hourly measured Delivery Points.

 

For the calculation of Energy and Capacity Charges, figures are rounded up to 4 decimal points and the final charges are rounded up to 2 decimal points in €.

 

The Capacity Charge is calculated for each Delivery Point separately, based on the Hourly Reserved Capacity and assuming, for non-hourly measured Delivery Points, a rated calorific value of 11,15 kWh/Nm3.

 

Find below previous Distribution Tariffs Decisions RAE 346/2016 and 347/2017:

 

 

  • Click here to see the supplementary decision on RAE Decisions 346/2016 and 347/2016 (OGG B’ 444/15.02.2017).