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Q&As on REMIT – Question III.3.35.

A final customer has a single consumption unit with: (i) a technical capability to consume 600 GWh/year of gas, but (ii) a technical capability to consume less than 600 GWh/year of electricity; is it necessary to report contracts concluded outside an organised market place for the supply of electricity to that unit? And vice-versa?


Answer:

If final customers have a single consumption unit with a technical capability to consume 600 GWh/year or more of gas, but a technical capability to consume less than 600 GWh/year of electricity, they are required to report: (i) all transactions concluded on an organised market place (both gas and electricity), and (ii) if trading outside an organised market place, all their contracts for gas.

Similarly, if final customers have a single consumption unit with a technical capability to consume 600 GWh/year of electricity, but a technical capability to consume less than 600 GWh/year of gas, they are required to report (i) all transactions concluded on an organised market place (both gas and electricity), and (ii) if trading outside an organised market place, all their contracts for electricity.

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