Compensation amount for nonobservance of guaranteed quality standards for electricity supply by TSO
Information on the quality standards for the provision of electricity transmission services by the Transmission System Operator (TSO) to consumers and the amount of compensation to consumers for nonobservance with them. The relevant power supply quality standards came into force on 24.10.2018 under NEURC Resolution № 375 of 12.06.2018.
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|en_rozmir_kompensatsii_elektro_osp.csv||EN CSV||3.83 KB||25||Nov. 21, 2023, 12:44 p.m.||Download|
|en_rozmir_kompensatsii_elektro_osp.xlsx||EN XLSX||6.28 KB||25||Nov. 21, 2023, 12:44 p.m.||Download|
|uk_rozmir_kompensatsii_elektro_osp.csv||UK CSV||5.84 KB||25||Nov. 21, 2023, 12:44 p.m.||Download|
|uk_rozmir_kompensatsii_elektro_osp.xlsx||UK XLSX||6.93 KB||25||Nov. 21, 2023, 12:44 p.m.||Download|
|date_start||Date of beginning of validity||
|date_end||Date of expiration of the Electricity Quality Standard||
It includes checking objects for connection, issuing technical conditions and contracts, providing initial data for technical and economic justification, processing options for power supply points, reviewing project documentation, issuing permits for connection, connecting electrical installations, concluding contracts for the transmission of electricity and dispatch control, restoring power supply, handling consumer inquiries, and other related tasks
It details the service based on specific conditions and consumer needs, such as the need to interrupt the power supply to other users, location details, the requirement for meter verification, ownership of commercial metering equipment, etc.
|service_provision_term||Terms for providing service||
Units of measurement:
|amount||Amount of compensation, UAH||