Regulations governing Energy Grid Access (StromNZV)
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Publication pursuant to the Regulations governing Energy Grid Access (StromNZV)
StromNZV is a set of regulations based on the EnWG (Energiewirtschaftsgesetz - Energy Industry Act). It regulates the conditions for access to the electricity supply grids for electrical energy feeds into feed points and the simultaneous withdrawal of electrical energy at withdrawal points which are geographically at some distance from the feed point.
Data on the total feeds for each voltage level and the temporal curve.
The total of all feeds for each voltage level is the total of feeds for the voltage level as an amount (work) in kWh, determined either through measurement (e.g. for the Renewable Energy Act over 500 kW) or by using feed profiles (e.g. minor power stations, Renewable Energy Act below 500 kW).
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The data published here were produced and prepared for release with the greatest care. Nonetheless, errors in recording and transmission cannot be ruled out. Stromnetz Berlin GmbH therefore expressly reserves the right to change the published data at any time and assumes no responsibility for its accuracy. If arrangements are made based on the data published which lead to damages to the user or a third party, Stromnetz Berlin GmbH cannot be held liable unless they were aware of the data's inaccuracy at the time of publication and intended to damage the user or a third party.
The distribution system operator Stromnetz Berlin GmbH operated under the name “Vattenfall Europe Distribution Berlin GmbH” until April 1, 2013 and was part of the Vattenfall Group until June 30, 2021. Some of the files published here were created before the day of the change of name and are still available with the company name valid at the time of creation due to the legal publication obligations. Some of the files published in the period from April 2nd, 2013 to June 30th, 2021 contain a reference to the Vattenfall Group.