20.2.2017 09:40
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Finnish-Russian cross-border tariffs

The costs caused by Finnish-Russian 400 kV cross border trade were 20,6 M€ from the beginning of the regulation period (1.1.2016), while the tariff income under the same period was 22,6 M€, both without so called ITC-perimeter fee. The key driver for the excess tariff income was (2,0 M€) the higher than forecasted Finnish area electricity market price.
Respectively, the costs caused by the Finnish-Russian 110 kV cross border trade were 1,7 M€ from the beginning of the regulation period (1.1.2016) and the tariff income under the same period was 1,4 M€, both without so called ITC-perimeter fee.
 
Fingrid aims to even out the costs caused by 400 kV ja 110 kV cross border trade with the tariff income during the regulation period 2016-2019.
 
The Finnish-Russian cross border-tariffs of Fingrid from 1 April 2017
 
Fingrid lowers the level of 400 kV cross border tariff. From 1 April 2017 the tariff coefficient during the Russian non-peak hours, knoncap, will be 0,32 and during the Russian peak hours the coefficient kcap will be 0,1.
 
The main grid service fee of the Finnish Russian 110 kV cross border tariff will be raised to 3,0 €/MWh.
 

Further information:
Risto Lindroos, tel. +358 (0)30 395 5139