16.3.2018 13:54
Current News, Electricity Market, Power System

The Finnish-Russian cross-border fees are kept so far as before

Fingrid keeps both the 400 and 110 kilovolt cross-border fees so far as before. The income and costs from the Finnish- Russian cross-border trade in 2017 have been published.

Fingrid keeps both the 400 and 110 kilovolt cross-border fees as before this year. However, Fingrid will revisit the 400 kilovolt cross border tariff in connection with the possible structural tariff changes.

Tariff income and incurred costs 2017

The costs from the Finnish-Russian 400 kilovolt cross-border trade were 18,1 while the tariff income was 18,5 million euros year 2017. Both are without the perimeter fee (ITC fee). The excess tariff income was 0,4 million euros.

Respectively, the costs from the Finnish-Russian 110 kilovolt cross-border trade were 2,1 and the tariff income was 2,2 million euros year 2017. Both are without the perimeter fee (ITC fee). The excess tariff income was 0,1 million euros.

Fingrid aims to even out the costs caused by 400 ja 110 kilovolt cross-border trade with the tariff income during the regulation period 2016-2019.

Further information: 

Senior Adviser Risto Lindroos, Fingrid, tel. +358 40 501 9996