Cost-Benefit analysis on requirements for generators applicable on existing and new generating units between 1 and 25 MW
Elia is organizing a public consultation on the incentive Cost-Benefit Analysis on Requirements for Generators applicable to existing and new Generating Units between 1 and 25 MW. This incentive is linked to the decision (B)658E/79 of the CREG of 14 July 2022.
The aim of this incentive is to perform a cost-benefit analysis on the advisability of applying one or more requirements, currently applicable only to new Type B Power generating Modules (or PGMs), to PGMs considered as existing, with an installed capacity between 1 and 25 MW (not included) and connected to the Elia grid. The assessed requirements are the requirements applicable to new type B PGMs (Power Park Modules and Synchronous Power Generating Modules). They are listed in the document "Requirements of General Application of the RfG”, following Article 7(4) of the European Commission Regulation (EU) 2016/631 of 14 April 2016 establishing a network code on requirements for grid connection of generators.
Elia invites all stakeholders to submit any comments and suggestions that they may have on the document submitted for consultation.
The consultation period runs from 06/11/2023 to 02/12/2023.
After the consultation period, Elia collects all comments and feedback from the market parties. Elia will analyze these comments and integrate them into a consultation report, together with Elia’s responses. In addition to the consultation report, Elia will publish the reactions of the market parties (including names) on the website, unless it is explicitly stated that the contribution is to be considered as confidential.
Please use the online form to reply to this public consultation: