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PMEG Power

The applicable licensing regime foresees two different licenses, namely a “trading license” and a “supply license”, each covering a different scope of activities: entities involved in pure wholesale trading would normally opt for the former, while those who wish to also supply final customers must acquire the latter. A supply licence enables its holder to engage in both supply and trading activities, without being obliged to hold a separate trading licence.

Reporting obligations for wholesale traders are highlighted in orange.

Information to be provided for registration/licensing purposes

Report amendments and/or changes in the trading/supply license and/or corporate changes

Description of legal/reporting requirement Report amendments and/or changes in the trading/supply license and/or corporate changes
Legal basis Articles 12 and 14 of the Electricity Licensing Regulation
Legal reference and convenience translation Electricity Licensing Regulation (English translation)
Recipient (NRA, TSO, power exchange etc.) Regulatory Authority for Energy (“RAE”)
Submission deadline Within 15 days, following the occurrence of the amendment (applies in cases (a) and (b) of the Comments’ section) or change
Frequency Each time an amendment/change takes place
Form of submission (internet page, e-mail, Original copy etc.) Hard copy (letter notifying the amendment / change along with the supporting documentation evidencing such amendment/change) filled at RAE (Peiraios 132, 11854 Athens) and scanned electronic copy (email: info@rae.gr)
Applicable to Both trading and supply license holders
Comments 1. The amendment of the trading/supply license takes place in case any of the following information included in the trading /supply license changes: a) the corporate form of the license holder; b) the corporate structure of the license holder (the change, however, of the Board of Directors or administrator of the license holder does not require an amendment of the trading license, unless RAE deems such amendment necessary); c) the exercised activity of the license holder (i.e. conversion of the trading license to supply license and vice versa); and d) the capacity in MW for which the trading/supply license has been issued. A fee is required for the amendment of the trading/supply license. In case of change of control subject to the concentrations control provisions of Law 3959/2011, the license holder shall notify RAE accordingly; such notification must be accompanied by the decision of the Hellenic Competition Commission regarding the concentration being notified.
2. Changes to the license that do not constitute amendment, i.e. a) change of the registered seat and contact information of the license holder; b) change of the corporate name of the license holder, provided that it does not result into the change of its corporate structure; c) change of the process agent or the legal representative of the license holder; d) changes in the corporate structure of the entities participating in the share capital of the license holder; e) changes in the Board of Directors or administrator of the license holder; and f) changes in the share capital of the license holder provided that such changes do not result into a change in the corporate structure of the license holder needs to be also notified to RAE.

Application for registration in the Participants’ Register and conclusion of contracts with ENEX and ADMIE

Description of legal/reporting requirement Application for registration in the Participants’ Register and for the conclusion of (a) the Day Ahead Schedule Transaction Contract with the Hellenic Energy Exchange (“ENEX”) (former LAGIE) and (b) the Power Transmission Operator Transaction Contract with the Independent Power Transmission Operator (“ADMIE”)
Legal basis Articles 1 and 2 of the Power Exchange Code Articles 1 and 2 of the Hellenic Transmission Operation Code (“HTSO”)
Legal reference and convenience translation Convenience translation Convenience translation
Recipient (NRA, TSO, power exchange etc.) ENEX ADMIE
Submission deadline Anytime, following acquisition of the respective trading/supply license
Frequency Once
Form of submission (internet page, e-mail, Original copy etc.) Application along with the supporting documentation under article 2 of the Power Exchange Code and article 2 of the HTSO in original or certified form
Applicable to Both trading and supply license holders
Comments 1. ENEX Registration: Any changes in the documentation submitted to the Registry and to the person appointed to represent the trading/supply license holder before ENEX must be notified to ENEX.
2. Both trading and supply license holders shall submit, among others, a copy of the trading/supply license, bank account details of the license holder for the purposes of the contract and a declaration by them acknowledging the explicit and unconditional acceptance of the provisions of the Codes. As regards the supply license holders, among the documentation to be submitted to ADMIE/ENEX, the following is also included:
(a) a declaration by supply license holders acknowledging the right of ADMIE/ENEX to inform: (i) a supply license holder’s customers about the supply license holder’s failure to meet its financial obligations towards ADMIE/ENEX (in the context of the Day-Ahead Schedule (“DAS”) Transaction Contract); (ii) other suppliers to take charge of the corresponding load declarations.
(b) a declaration by supply license holders that their supply contracts with their customers include a term which sets out that, in the event of failure to meet their financial obligations towards ADMIE/ENEX (in the context of DAS Transaction Contract), the customer acknowledges the right of ADMIE/ENEX to turn directly against the customer with the same rights as it has towards the supply license holder for the portion of their consumption corresponding to the above financial obligations/the load declaration, and the customer is not entitled to raise any objections from its contractual relationship with the supply license holder.

Registration requirements for the balancing market, including notification of accession of new consumption points and/or traders to the balancing group

Description of legal/reporting requirement Registration requirements for the balancing market, including notification of accession of new consumption points and/or traders to the balancing group
Legal basis According to the recently published Balancing Market Regulation (Government Gazette Issue B 5910/31.12.2018), the balancing market will commence its activities on the 6th of June 2019. In light of the above and the pending supporting legislation that needs to be introduced and enacted, more information will be provided at a later stage.
Legal reference and convenience translation
Recipient (NRA, TSO, power exchange etc.)
Submission deadline
Frequency
Form of submission (internet page, e-mail, Original copy etc.)
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Application for renewal (extension) of licence (supply/trading)

Description of legal/reporting requirement Application for renewal (extension) of licence (supply/trading)
Legal basis Article 11 of the Electricity Licensing Regulation
Legal reference and convenience translation Electricity Licensing Regulation (English translation)
Recipient (NRA, TSO, power exchange etc.) RAE
Submission deadline At least six (6) months before the end of the
license’s term
Frequency Each time the license holder wishes to extend its license
Form of submission (internet page, e-mail, Original copy etc.) Hard copy along with the required supporting documentation shall be filed at RAE (Peiraios 132, 11854 Athens) and scanned electronic copy (email: info@rae.gr)
Applicable to Both trading and supply license holders
Comments 1. The license holder shall submit along with its application for extension of the term of the license the following documentation: a) a statement by the applicant regarding the suggested term of the license, which may not exceed its original term; b) data referred to in Part 1 of Annexes 1, 2 or 3 of the Electricity Licensing Regulation, depending on the licensed activity referred to in the license (e.g. company’s data, the published Gov. Gazette which states the company’s legal representation, etc); c) receipt of payment of the corresponding fee; d) affidavit by the applicant stating that: i) during the submission of an application for extension, the licensing activity exercised is the one for which the extension is requested; ii) all conditions for granting the license according to law and the Electricity Licensing Regulation are met; iii) all obligations towards the competent operators required by existing legislation are met.

2. RAE decides on the extension of the validity period of the license within three (3) months following the applicant’s submission of the extension application.

Application for the simplified procedure for electricity import/export license

Description of legal/reporting requirement Application for the simplified procedure for electricity import/export license
Legal basis Articles 2-5 of the decision of the General Secretary of Public Revenue of the Ministry of Finance regarding the establishment of simplified procedures for power imports and exports Articles 2-4 of the No DTD Α 1024011 ΕX/2018 (GG Β 538/16.02.2018) decision of the Administrator of the Independent Authority of Public Revenue
Legal reference and convenience translation Convenience translation
Recipient (NRA, TSO, power exchange etc.) Competent Custom Duty Authority
Submission deadline Anytime, following registration in the Participants’ Register
Frequency Once
Form of submission (internet page, e-mail, Original copy etc.) The application is submitted through the subsystem of permits-approvals of the Custom Duty Authority’s Integrated Information System ICISnet
Applicable to Any natural person or legal entity engaged in a commercial activity and importing/exporting electricity, as well as their customs representatives
Comments 1. Companies engaged in electricity import/export activities and established in another EU member-state can acquire the simplified procedure license through their custom representative (an agent accredited for these purposes). In this case, the respective companies are not required to get a Greek tax registration number or to designate a tax representative in Greece. 2. Since the import of electricity is not subject to import duties and VAT, no submission of guarantee is required. 3. The company does not need to notify the competent Custom Duty Authority for the arriving/departure of electricity, therefore the registration of the import/export quantities of electricity with the company’s special accounting books, qualifies as declaration and is equivalent to a license to receive them.

Any applicable statutory fees (e.g. import fees, licence fees, supervisory fees, operational fees)

Description of legal/reporting requirement Any applicable statutory fees (e.g. import fees, licence fees, supervisory fees, operational fees)
Legal basis Article 135 par. 2 of the Energy Law (regarding license fees) Articles 4 and 8 of the Ministerial Decision No. D5/ΗL/Β/F1/oik.591/2001, as amended and in force (regarding license fees)
Legal reference and convenience translation Convenience translation Convenience translation
Recipient (NRA, TSO, power exchange etc.) RAE
Submission deadline Along with the application for the provision of a supply/trading licence as well as applications for the amendment and extension of the license
Frequency Once
Form of submission (internet page, e-mail, Original copy etc.) Deposit in RAE’s bank account
Applicable to Both trading and supply license holders
Comments The application fee is calculated on the basis of the required maximum capacity (company’s maximum supply/trading capacity per hour). In particular: (i) in case of a new supply/trading license, the fee is set at 29,36€ per MW; (ii) in case of amendment of the existing license conditions, the fee is set at 5,86€ per MW of the initial license; and (iii) in case of amendment due to capacity increase (MW), the fee is set at 5,86€ per MW of the initial license plus 29,36€ for each additional MW. In case of an extension of the license, the application fee is that paid for a new license, which is set at 29,36€ per MW.

Submission of financial information necessary for calculation of the statutory regulatory fee

Description of legal/reporting requirement Submission of financial information necessary for calculation of the statutory regulatory fee
Legal basis N/A
Legal reference and convenience translation
Recipient (NRA, TSO, power exchange etc.)
Submission deadline
Frequency
Form of submission (internet page, e-mail, Original copy etc.)
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Commercial information relating to existing or planned trading activities in the given market

Provision of  guarantee to ADMIE

Description of legal/reporting requirement Provision of  guarantee to ADMIE
Legal basis Articles 2 and 179 of the HTSO Code Chapter 3 of the Market Manual
Legal reference and convenience translation Convenience translation Convenience translation
Recipient (NRA, TSO, power exchange etc.) ADMIE
Submission deadline Along with the application for registration in the Participants Register/conclusion of the Power Transmission Operator Transaction Contract
Frequency Once, but they need to renew it during the validity period of the Power Transmission Operator Transaction Contract or replace it prior to the expiration of the ones already submitted
Form of submission (internet page, e-mail, Original copy etc.) Letter of guarantee or deposit of the respective sum in the bank account kept by ADMIE or by any other legal means provided that it is acceptable by ADMIE in accordance with the Market Manual
Applicable to Both trading and supply license holders
Comments The guarantee must have a duration of 6 months, from 1st April to 30th September (guarantees shall be submitted by the 31st of March) or from 1st October to 31st of March (guarantees shall be submitted by the 30th of September).There are different minimum guarantee amounts required for supply license holders and trading license holders and the calculation of the guarantee amounts is based on the methodology provided under chapter 3 of the Market Manual.

Provision of  guarantee to ENEX

Description of legal/reporting requirement Provision of  guarantee to ENEX
Legal basis Αrticles 2 and 89 of the Power Exchange Code Chapter 2 of the Power Exchange Code Manual
Legal reference and convenience translation Convenience translation
Recipient (NRA, TSO, power exchange etc.) ENEX
Submission deadline Along with the application for registration in the Participants Register and a) in case of submission of a letter of guarantee at the latest ten (10) business days before the first DAS or b) in case of bank account deposit at the latest three (3) business days before the first DAS
Frequency Once, but they need to renew it during the term of the DAS Transaction Contract or replace it prior to the expiration of the ones already submitted
Form of submission (internet page, e-mail, Original copy etc.) Letter of guarantee or deposit of the respective sum in the bank account kept by ENEX
Applicable to Both trading and supply license holders
Comments The guarantee must have a duration of 6 months, from 1st April to 30th September or from 1st October to 31st of March. There are different minimum guarantee amounts required for supply license holders and trading license holders and the calculation of the guarantee amounts is based on the methodology provided under chapter 2 of the Power Exchange Code Manual.

Load Declarations / Statements

Description of legal/reporting requirement Load Declarations / Statements
Legal basis Articles 16, 17, 18 and 19 of the Power Exchange Code Article 1.7 and chapter 3 of the Power Exchange Code Manual
Legal reference and convenience translation Convenience translation
Recipient (NRA, TSO, power exchange etc.) ENEX
Submission deadline D-4 12.00 until D-1 12.30pm
(*D = Dispatch Day)
Frequency Daily
Form of submission (internet page, e-mail, Original copy etc.) xml file [uploaded on the Market Management System (MMS)] in order to participate in the DAS (for both Priced and Non-Priced Load Declarations)
Applicable to Both trading and supply license holders (named “Load Representatives”)
Comments Load declarations must be accompanied by a certification issued by the credit institution where the Load Representative keeps its participant’s account, attesting that there is sufficient balance in the participant’s account so as to perform its obligation from the specific load declaration. Such certification must remain in force until the DAS settlement day and for the relevant Dispatch Day and cannot be revoked. The Load Representatives must demonstrate compliance with the adequacy capacity requirements according to the Capacity Adequacy Mechanism

Energy Offers

Description of legal/reporting requirement Energy Offers
Legal basis Articles 23 and 24 of the Power Exchange Code Chapter 3 of the Power Exchange Code Manual
Legal reference and convenience translation Convenience translation
Recipient (NRA, TSO, power exchange etc.) ENEX
Submission deadline D-4 12.00 until D-1 12.30pm
(*D = Dispatch Day)
Frequency Daily
Form of submission (internet page, e-mail, Original copy etc.) xml file [uploaded on the Market Management System (MMS)] in order to participate in the DAS (for both Priced and Non-Priced Load Declarations)
Applicable to Both trading and supply license holders
Comments Traders/suppliers who wish to import energy, must submit a separate priced energy offer for each interconnection corridor. The right to submit import energy offers belongs exclusively to traders/suppliers that have reserved interconnection capacity following the relevant auctions conducted by ADMIE.

Supply Tariffs

Description of legal/reporting requirement Supply Tariffs (for e.g. Residential Customers, Non-residential Customers with power supply up to 25 kVA, Vulnerable Customers)
Legal basis Article 11 of the Electricity Supply Code
Legal reference and convenience translation Convenience translation
Recipient (NRA, TSO, power exchange etc.) RAE
Submission deadline Immediately, and, at the latest, within five (5) days from the entry into force of the supply tariffs and each amendment thereof
Frequency Upon issuance of a new supply tariff or an amendment thereof
Form of submission (internet page, e-mail, Original copy etc.) Commonly, the suppliers inform RAE via email at info@rae.gr
Applicable to Supply license holders
Comments The suppliers submit the supply tariffs applicable to each customer category (residential, vulnerable, non-residential customers with power supply up to 25 kVA) and their amendments. For Large Customers (with power supply over 25kVA) special supply tariffs may be offered subject to negotiation with the supplier and based on their special consumption needs.

Payment of the annual reimbursement fee (suppliers)

Description of legal/reporting requirement Payment of the annual reimbursement fee (suppliers)
Legal basis Articles 4 and 8 of the Ministerial Decision No. D5/ΗL/Β/F1/oik.591/2001, as in force
Legal reference and convenience translation Convenience translation
Recipient (NRA, TSO, power exchange etc.) RAE
Submission deadline 15th January
Frequency Annually
Form of submission (internet page, e-mail, Original copy etc.) Calculated and collected by ADMIE and then transferred and deposited to RAE’s bank account within fifteen (15) calendar days
from such deposit
Applicable to Supply license holders
Comments 1. Suppliers must proceed to the payment of the reimbursement fee, on the basis of the total volume of electricity absorbed by their customers from the system or the network during the previous calendar year.

2. The annual reimbursement fee for the year 2018

Annual (activity) report including annual turnover, P&L statement, balance sheet, financial statements and annual accounts

Description of legal/reporting requirement Annual (activity) report including annual turnover, P&L statement, balance sheet, financial statements and annual accounts
Legal basis Article 141 of the Energy Law
Legal reference and convenience translation Convenience translation
Recipient (NRA, TSO, power exchange etc.) General Commercial Registry (“GEMI”) / RAE
Submission deadline After their approval by the general meeting of the supplier, the financial statements and the accounts’ information shall be submitted to RAE
Frequency Annually
Form of submission (internet page, e-mail, Original copy etc.) Via the data base of GEMI / By e-mail at RAE (info@rae.gr)
Applicable to Both trading and supply license holders
Comments RAE may conduct extra audits to the suppliers / traders regarding their obligations arising from the provisions of the Energy Law, and for this reason it has the right to access the accounts of the suppliers / traders engaging in electricity related activities. To the extent that the suppliers / traders do not have the obligation to publish annual financial statements, they are required to keep and provide to RAE their annual accounts /P&L statements etc

Company ownership report

Description of legal/reporting requirement Company ownership report
Legal basis Annexes 1 and 2 and articles 11, 12 and 14 of the Electricity Licensing Regulation
Legal reference and convenience translation Electricity Licensing Regulation (English translation)
Recipient (NRA, TSO, power exchange etc.) RAE
Submission deadline Along with the application for issuance of a supply/trading license/ amending of the license/extension of the licence and with the notification of a relevant change
Frequency Once as regards the application for granting a supply/trading license/ Each time a relevant amendment/extention of the license is requested or a relevant notification takes place
Form of submission (internet page, e-mail, Original copy etc.) Hard copy at RAE (Peiraios 132, 11854 Athens) and scanned electronic copy (email: info@rae.gr)
Applicable to Both trading and supply license holders
Comments None

Information about the concluded contracts, performance of import agreements in a given period

Description of legal/reporting requirement Information about the concluded contracts, performance of import agreements in a given period (including type of transaction/agreement, import/export volumes, price, counterparties)
Legal basis Articles 2-5 of the decision of the General Secretary of Public Revenue of the Ministry of Finance regarding the  establishment of simplified procedures for power imports and exports
Legal reference and convenience translation Convenience translation
Recipient (NRA, TSO, power exchange etc.) Competent Custom Duty Authority
Submission deadline No later than the 15th day of the month following the month of import/export, regarding the total quantity of electricity that was imported/exported the previous month
Frequency Monthly
Form of submission (internet page, e-mail, Original copy etc.) Via the Custom Duty Authority’s Integrated Information System ICISnet
Applicable to Importers/exporters of electricity that is imported and exported from/to Greece to/from a third country or an EFTA (European Free Trade Association) country
Comments 1. Electricity importers/exporters submit along with the declaration for the total quantity of electricity that was imported/exported the invoices regarding electricity sold as well as ADMIE’S certificates as regards the quantities of imported/exported electricity. 2. No formalities to the competent Custom Duty Authority are required for imported and exported electricity from/to Greece through interconnections with other EU member-States, since this electricity is considered to be European. In this case there is also no need for the importers/exporters to acquire the simplified procedure license.

Business plan for the given and following period, including any rules for scheduling of assets and liabilities, forecast

Description of legal/reporting requirement Business plan for the given and following period, including any rules for scheduling of assets and liabilities, forecast
Legal basis Annexes 1 and 3 of the Electricity Licensing Regulation
Legal reference and convenience translation Electricity Licensing Regulation (English translation)
Recipient (NRA, TSO, power exchange etc.) RAE
Submission deadline Along with the application for granting a supply license
Frequency Once
Form of submission (internet page, e-mail, Original copy etc.) Hard copy at RAE (Peiraios 132, 11854 Athens) and scanned electronic copy (email: info@rae.gr)
Applicable to Supply license applicants/trading lisence applicants that are electricity traders in an EU member-State other than Greece
Comments The applicant shall submit a brief presentation of its business plan, related to the application, for the next five (5) years, which will include especially: a. planning concerning the source of the energy for satisfying the customers’ needs, i.e. production, imports, daily market; b. estimated number of customers per category; c. annual estimations of costs, revenues from electricity sales and financial programs. Estimations of net annual cash flows regarding subsequent periods and sufficient to prove the viability of the business plan are also taken into account in the application.

Evidence that the financial security is maintained for each year of validity of the licence

Description of legal/reporting requirement Evidence that the financial security is maintained for each year of validity of the licence
Legal basis See “Provision of guarantee” above
Legal reference and convenience translation
Recipient (NRA, TSO, power exchange etc.)
Submission deadline
Frequency
Form of submission (internet page, e-mail, Original copy etc.)
Applicable to
Comments

Technical data from contracts and other information subject to the reporting necessary for market operator-MO/TSO to discharge their obligations or upon the request of the NRA

Description of legal/reporting requirement Technical data from contracts and other information subject to the reporting necessary for market operator-MO/TSO to discharge their obligations or upon the request of the NRA (e.g. data on the amount of electricity purchased for own consumption at an off-take point or for further resale, activities related to the performance of sale contracts, data required for MO to conduct settlement of imbalances etc.)
Legal basis Article 13 of the Electricity Supply Code
Legal reference and convenience translation Convenience translation
Recipient (NRA, TSO, power exchange etc.) Customers
Submission deadline No specific deadline
Frequency Within six (6) months after the end of each calendar year
Form of submission (internet page, e-mail, Original copy etc.) Uploaded on the supply license holder’s website
Applicable to Supply license holders
Comments Each Supplier prepares and publishes a report including general customer statistics for customers of which the meters it represents, by category and regarding their facilities, as well as data concerning its activities.

Auctions - specific information related to assignment of physical transmission rights or commercial transmission rights - Application for registration in the Participants’ Register of the Exchange System for Electricity Forward Auctions (NOME-type auctions)

Description of legal/reporting requirement Auctions – specific information related to assignment of physical transmission rights or commercial transmission rights – Application for registration in the Participants’ Register of the Exchange System for Electricity Forward Auctions (NOME-type auctions)
Legal basis Articles 1-3 of the Exchange Code for Electricity Forward Auctions
Legal reference and convenience translation Convenience translation
Recipient (NRA, TSO, power exchange etc.) ENEX
Submission deadline Anytime, following acquisition of the respective trading/supply license
Frequency Once
Form of submission (internet page, e-mail, Original copy etc.) Application along with the supporting documentation (i.e. a declaration by the license holder acknowledging the explicit and unconditional acceptance of the provisions of the Code/ a declaration by the license holder that there has not been a change in the information submitted in the Participants’ Register of the DAS Exchange System/ reliable business plan
Applicable to Both trading and supply license holders
Comments The newly issued Derivatives and Spot Electricity Markets – forward Market, Day-Ahead Market and Intra-day Market Rulebooks, which provide for contracts regarding sale/purchase of electricity with physical transmission will enter into force by the end of 2019. Therefore, more information will be provided at a later stage.

Information relating to electricity fuel mix/labelling and energy carriers used to produce the electricity sold to end-consumers, with an indication of impact on the environment; energy efficiency/RES certificates or payment of a substitute fee

Description of legal/reporting requirement Information relating to electricity fuel mix/labelling and energy carriers used to produce the electricity sold to end-consumers, with an indication of impact on the environment; energy efficiency/RES certificates or payment of a substitute fee
Legal basis Articles 13 and 36 of the Electricity Supply Code
Legal reference and convenience translation Convenience translation
Recipient (NRA, TSO, power exchange etc.) Customers
Submission deadline Within the first semester of each calendar year
Frequency Once per year
Form of submission (internet page, e-mail, Original copy etc.) The supply license holder informs its customers via its webpage and by providing a relevant
letter or flyer attached to or as part of the electricity bill
Applicable to Supply license holders
Comments Each supplier prepares and publishes a report including general statistics regarding its customers per category and their installations, the meters it represents and information regarding its activity over the past year. Each supplier informs its customers as regards the contribution of each energy source in the total fuel energy mix during the previous year, along with the relevant environmental impact, in accordance with the pertinent legislation. The contribution of Renewable Energy Sources (“RES”) and High Efficiency Combined Heat and Power (“HECHP”) in the fuel energy mix is evidenced by data regarding the cancelling of the relevant guarantees of origin, so that the customer is informed for the percentage or the amount of the electricity produced by RES or HECHP.
As regards the special RES levy (“ETMEAR”), this represents a levy collected by suppliers through electricity bills, to cover the deficit of the renewables special account (“ELAPE”). Suppliers are obliged to pay the ETMEAR levy to the competent authorities regardless of whether they have collected it or not from their Customers.

Security of supply

End consumer prices and volumes

Description of legal/reporting requirement End consumer prices and volumes
Legal basis The supervision of the exercise of rights and obligations of suppliers and customers is conducted by RAE, pursuant to the Electricity Supply Code (article 4). In this context, RAE can (i) collect, process and evaluate, subject to confidentiality and protection of business secrecy and personal data, technical and financial data of the suppliers regarding their customers, (ii) monitor supplier’s compliance regarding their obligations under the terms of their licenses and (iii) conduct, either on its own initiative or following a complaint, investigations and hearings regarding compliance with the provisions of the Electricity Supply Code in the context of the administrative sanction procedure, as defined in the applicable legislation.
Legal reference and convenience translation
Recipient (NRA, TSO, power exchange etc.)
Submission deadline
Frequency
Form of submission (internet page, e-mail, Original copy etc.)
Applicable to
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Information necessary to ensure safe and reliable operation of the network

Description of legal/reporting requirement Information necessary to ensure safe and reliable operation of the network (e.g. information regarding the supply contracts and level of supply)
Legal basis Article 17 of the Electricity Licensing Regulation
Legal reference and convenience translation Electricity Licensing Regulation (English translation)
Recipient (NRA, TSO, power exchange etc.) RAE
Submission deadline No specific deadline
Frequency At least once per year
Form of submission (internet page, e-mail, Original copy etc.) Hard copy at RAE (Peiraios 132, 11854 Athens) or scanned electronic copy (email: info@rae.gr)
Applicable to Supply license holders
Comments The supply license holder shall submit to RAE data related to the monitoring of the supply activity, which refer to, inter alia: (a) customer satisfaction; (b) the structure of the retail electricity market; and (c) the recording of the results and conditions of the retail electricity market.

Notification of electricity supply/cross-border trading agreements exceeding a certain threshold of duration

Description of legal/reporting requirement Notification of electricity supply/cross-border trading agreements exceeding a certain threshold of duration
Legal basis N/A
Legal reference and convenience translation
Recipient (NRA, TSO, power exchange etc.)
Submission deadline
Frequency
Form of submission (internet page, e-mail, Original copy etc.)
Applicable to
Comments

Operational / IT information

Information about the energy quality characteristics, supply and quality of services

Description of legal/reporting requirement Information about the energy quality characteristics, supply and quality of services
Legal basis Articles 66 and 67 of the Power Exchange Code Articles 37 and 38 of the HTSO Code Article 7 of the Electricity Supply Code
Legal reference and convenience translation Convenience translation
Recipient (NRA, TSO, power exchange etc.) 1. ADMIE selects, installs, operates and maintains the Power Information Transaction Management System (“PITMS”) and provides to ENEX (under a relevant Service Agreement) and to the Registry Participants access to it. ENEX uses the PITMS only to resolve the DAS problem and for DAS clearance. Each Participant is entitled to access the content of the PITMS, as defined in the Power Exchange Code, the HTSO Code and their Manuals. Access to data which are of a commercially confidential nature or which can create an unfair commercial and competitive advantage in a certain Participant due to their content or the time when they were disclosed, is denied. 2. RAE publishes on its website aggregated tables including each supplier’s website, contact details and published supply tariffs of each supplier. In order to better inform consumers and facilitate their choice of supplier, RAE may disclose on its website examples of cost calculation based on predetermined standard consumption levels, taking into account published comparable small customers’ supply tariffs that are clearly stated. RAE may also publish on its website tools for the comparative calculation of the above mentioned costs, based on specific electricity consumption data and the load of the customer’s facility.
Submission deadline
Frequency
Form of submission (internet page, e-mail, Original copy etc.)
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Any other information upon the request of the NRA (supply agreements, transport / storage agreements, etc.)

REMIT Reporting

Description of legal/reporting requirement REMIT Reporting
Legal basis Regulation (EU) No 1227/2011, Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 1348/2014, Remit Reporting Service Agreement dated 31.03.2016 and REMIT Reporting Service User Guide dated 31.03.2015
Legal reference and convenience translation N/A
Recipient (NRA, TSO, power exchange etc.) ADMIE and ENEX both as Registered Reporting Mechanisms (“RRMs”), having the obligation to report such data to RAE/Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (“ACER”)
Submission deadline From 7.10.2015 onwards submission of reportable details on concluded contracts and final accepted orders in the context of DAS transactions/ From 07.04.2016 onwards submission of reportable details on transactions executed within the framework of non-standard contracts (Bilateral Contracts)
Frequency As regards details of standard contracts and orders to trade, no later than the business day following the conclusion, modification or termination of the contract/ As regards details of non-standard contracts (Bilateral Contracts), no later than one month following the conclusion, modification or termination of the contract
Form of submission (internet page, e-mail, Original copy etc.) xml file(uploaded on the RS-RRM platform)
Applicable to Both trading and supply license holders
Comments 1. ENEX has completed the registration process with ACER, in order to be included in the list of RRMs and is able to undertake on behalf of market participants, following an agreement, the obligation of sending to ACER the relevant reports of transactions in the Greek wholesale energy market, in accordance with REMIT requirements. 2. ADMIE and ENEX, in their capacity as RRMs, are required to comply with their obligations under Regulation (EU) No 1227/2011 and Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 1348/2014.

Contact information:

RAE:

Address: Pireos Av. 132, 118 54, Athens

Tel: +30 210 37.27.400

Fax: +30 210 32.55.460

E-mail: info@rae.gr

Hellenic Competition Commission:

Address: Kotsika str 1a, 104 34, Athens         

Τel: 2108809100

Fax: 2108809134 &132

ENEX:

Address: 110 Athinon Ave., 10442, Athens

Tel: 2103366400

Fax: 2103366875

E-mail: info@enexgroup.gr

ADMIE:

Address: 89 Dyrrachiou Str, 104 43, Athens

Tel: 2105192101

Fax: 2105192324     

E-mail: info@admie.gr

LAGIE:

Address: Kastoros 72, 185 45, Piraeus

Tel: 2118800700

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