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ACM decisions on Emerging Technologies

31-05-2017

Decisions on classification of Emerging Technologies in the context of Regulation 2016/631 EC (Requirements for Generators)

On May 17, the Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) has issued 4 decisions (on the classification of power-generating module technologies as an emerging technology in the context of Regulation 2016/631 EC (Requirements for Generators). ACM has decided to classify the following power-generating modules as emerging technology, pursuant to article 69 of Regulation 2016/631/EC:

  • Dachs Stirling SE Erdgas and Dachs Stirling SE Flüssiggas (manufacturer: Senertec GmbH)
  • ÖkoFENPellematic Smart_e ST16 (manufacturer: ÖkoFEN Forschungs-un Entwicklungs Ges m.b.H.)
  • Remeha eVita 28c -1kWe and  Remeha eVita 25s - 1kWe (manufacturer: Remeha B.V.)
  • NCM- 1130 HH - 1kWel (manufacturer: KD Navien co, Ltd)

Calculation of the cumulative maximum capacity of power-generating modules classified as emerging technologies in the Netherlands

Together with these decisions ACM also publishes the cumulative maximum capacity of all power-generating modules classified as emerging technologies connected to networks, in accordance with article 67 and article 70 of Regulation 2016/613/EC.

Consistent with article 67 of  Regulation 2016/613/EC the maximum level of cumulative maximum capacity of power-generating modules classified as emerging technologies is calculated by multiplying the maximum level of cumulative maximum capacity of power-generating modules classified as emerging technologies of a synchronous area with the ratio of annual electrical energy generated in 2014 in the Netherlands to the total annual electrical energy generated in 2014 in the respective synchronous area to which the Netherlands belongs.

The maximum level of cumulative maximum capacity of power-generating modules classified as emerging technologies in the synchronous area is 393.325 MW. The cumulative maximum capacity calculated for the Netherlands is 15,06 MW. These calculations are explained in the attachment.

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