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Highest administrative-law court in the Netherlands rules in ACM’s favor in Kingspan and Cohesie cases regarding 18-week connection deadline for electricity
Today, the Dutch Trade and Industry Appeals Tribunal (CBb), which is the highest administrative-law court in the Netherlands, handed down rulings in two appeal cases regarding the reasonable time period in which system operators must realize connections for electricity.
ACM: investment plans of system operators demonstrate shortage of transport capacity due to growing demand
Starting in 2020, ACM assesses the investment plans that system operators of the electricity grids and gas networks are required to draw up every two years. In these plans, it is explained what investments in the networks are needed in order to meet future demand for energy.
Heat supplier DeeneD cannot charge heat consumers periodic connection fees. This has been laid down by ACM in a binding instruction.
ACM does not see any major obstacles, but does see risks if network companies also act as heat network operators
At the request of the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy (EZK), ACM has issued additional recommendations regarding the conditions under which network companies are allowed to install and manage heat networks if the heat over that network is supplied by a different heat company.