Export / Import
In Hungary network fees of export and import of electrical energy is regulated by Ministerial Decree No. 57/2002. (XII.29.).
Decree No 57/2002. (XII.29.) of the Minister of Economy and Transport on the establishment of the general grid usage fees applied in electricity supply modified by Ministerial Decree 85/2007. (X. 21.) defines obligation to pay grid usage fee for export of electical energy produced in Hungarian control zone. The Ministerial Decree No 85/2007. (X. 21.) is valid on 31st December 2007.
The amount of the export of electrical energy produced in Hungarian control zone shall be calculated according to the following formula.
Eexport = [ Ei delivered – min( Ei delivered ; Ei received )]
Ei delivered – the total of the scheduled export of the cross-border trading licence holder for the hour „i”;
Ei received– the total of the scheduled import of the cross-border trading licence holder for the hour „i”;
Eexport - the amount of the export of electrical energy produced in Hungarian control zone for the accounting period (31st December 2007).
Beginning from 1st January 2008 grid usage fees are regulated by Decree 119/2007. (XII. 29.) of the Minister of Economy and Transport.
The ITC mechanism is established by European Transmission System Operators in order to compensate the use of national transmission systems by cross-border trade . The purpose of this mechanism is to streamline and integrate the cross-border tariffs in the IEM by eliminating the export, import and transit fees in the territory of countries (control blocks) joining the ITC mechanism, while agreed fees are applied accordingly based on scheduled electrical energy between ITC countries and perimeter contries (non participating in ITC agreement contries).
In line with the Interim ITC mechanism for the period June-December 2007 and Ministerial Decree No. 57/2002. (XII.29.) in Chapter B) of Annex 1.:
In section 4.1 the Countries are (contries participating in the ITC agreement):
In section 4.2 the Other countries are (non ITC countries):
On 12 October, 2007 was signed the Agreement on Inter-TSO Compensation for the years 2008 and 2009. All neighbouring TSO-s – with the exception of Ukraine – joined the Agreement.