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Η τρόικα και η Κομισιόν... από το 2011 διατάζουν και η κυβέρνηση εκτελεί την ΔΕΗ...

Από το 2011 η Κομισιόν έχει εκπονήσει μελέτη σύμφωνα με την οποία καθορίζει το πως ακριβώς θα γίνει το ξεπούλημα της ΔΕΗ..
με την δημιουργία της μικρής ΔΕΗ…
Στην ουσία πρόκειται για ένα προσχέδιο σύμβασης, που έχει κοινοποιηθεί και σε εταιρίες….

Οι λεπτομέρεις και οι όροι είναι εντυπωσιακοί μια και καθορίζονται επακριβώς ποιοι λιγνιτικοί σταθμοί θα ξεπουληθούν τα δικαιώματα στα κοιτάσματα, θέματα προσωπικού κλπ..
Δείτε τι αναφέρεται ενδικτικά στην εν λόγω μελέτη της Κομισιόν..


January 2011 (update)
Description of alternative measures to be adopted by the Hellenic Republic for the further liberalisation of the Greek wholesale electricity generation market, including lignite-fired generation
1. The Hellenic Republic is evaluating various measures for the further liberalisation of the Greek wholesale electricity generation market, including lignite-fired generation, as alternatives to the measures set out in the Commission’s August 2009 Decision.
1 The aim is to increase competition in the Greek wholesale electricity market through environmentally-sustainable power generation to the benefit of the consumer and achieve the 20-20-20 objective. On that basis, 40% of the lignite-fired electricity generating capacity of the Public Power Corporation S.A. (“PPC”) (in the Greek interconnected market) would come under the control of third parties (i.e., entities not affiliated with PPC) in perpetuity, using a capacity release program comprised of a combination of structural measures and transitory measures.
2. The alternative measures have been developed to be consistent with the Hellenic
Republic’s plan concerning the decommissioning of some of PPC’s existing lignite fired
power generation plants (Annex I), and its preference to grant third parties access to
electricity generated from lignite extracted from the deposits that are currently available
for exploitation, in line with the Hellenic Republic’s broader environmental and energy
policies so as to achieve the 20-20-20 objective. Eighteen plants have decommissioning
dates in or before 2020, and four plants have such dates beyond 2020. New lignite-fired
plants may be authorised. To this end, the alternative measures include structural
measures relating to (1) generating capacity that the decommissioning plan envisages will
stay in use after 2020 and (2) new generation capacity to be built, and transitory measures
relating to plants that will be decommissioned no later than 2020 according to the
decommissioning plan.
3. More specifically, by 1 January 2012 or within nine calendar months from the date of
adoption of a formal decision by the European Commission reviewing its August 2009
Decision (whichever event occurs later), 900MWin total (i.e., 457 MWthrough structural
measures, and 443 MWthrough transitory measures) of lignite generation capacity will be
made available to third parties. Progressively, and no later than 1 January 2015,
additional lignite-fired electricity generating capacity will be released in staged
incremental amounts, so that by 2015 it will have reached 40% of PPC’s currently
projected lignite generation in that year.
A. SwapOf Drawing Rights Agreements
4. The Hellenic Republic intends to achieve the capacity release through Drawing Rights
Agreements (“DRAs”), relating to a representative portfolio of lignite-fired generation
plants.
1 Commission Decision of 4 August 2009 Establishing the specific measures to correct the anti-competitive
effects of the infringement identi fied in the Commission Decision of 5 March 2008 on the granting or
maintaining in force by the Hellenic Republic of rights in favour of the Public Power Corporation S.A. for
extraction of lignite.
5. In the first instance, the Hellenic Republic intends to implement the DRAs in the form of
swaps. The capacity and energy available under the DRAs will be provided for a total
amount of 457 MW, through DRAs based on the portfolio of lignite-fired generation
plants with decommissioning dates beyond 2020 and reflecting the characteristics of that
portfolio. It will initiate one or more tenders in the first half of 2011, and will report to the
Commission by 30 June 2011 regarding the progress of the tender(s). If the Commission
considers that it is unlikely that swaps representing 457 MW of generation capacity will
be implemented by 1 January 2012, the tender process will be repeated, and commercial
operation of these DRAs will be delayed until 1 January 2013.
6. In this case of delay of commercial operation of the DRAs until 1 January 2013, to ensure
that capacity is released no later than 1 January 2012 in any event, 457MWwill be sold to
third parties by PPC in the form of transitory drawing rights (“TDRs”) to come into effect
on 1 January 2012 and remain in force until 2020. The TDRs will relate to plants that are
scheduled for decommissioning no later than 2020. Further details concerning the TDRs
are set out in Section C, below.
7. Buyers of the DRAs must be approved by the Commission. In order to be approved, a
buyer must:
(a) be independent of and unconnected to PPC;
(b) have the financial resources, proven expertise and incentive to maintain the capacity
made available as a viable and active competitive force in the market; and
(c) neither be likely to create, in the light of the information available to the Commission,
prima facie competition concerns nor give rise to a risk that the implementation of this
framework will be delayed, and must, in particular, reasonably be expected to obtain all
necessary approvals from the relevant regulatory authorities to be eligible to use the rights
awarded through the tender process.
8. The Term Sheets in Annex II set forth in greater detail the terms and conditions of the sale
and purchase of electric capacity, energy generated and lignite fuel supply through multiplant
(or “portfolio”) DRAs. The Term Sheet, in particular, clarify that the variable cost of
generating electricity to be paid by the buyer when it draws electricity includes CO2
emission costs. These Term Sheets are not contractual documents to be signed by buyers,
who will contract DRAs supplemented by any additional agreements required. However,
for the avoidance of doubt, the rights conferred on the buyer pursuant to any definitive
DRA shall be no less favourable than those set out in the applicable Term Sheet.
9. The DRAs will be allocated through an open competitive tendering process. A total
capacity of 457 MW will be made available under the DRAs tendered in 2011 and, if
necessary, 2012, through DRAs relating to capacity drawn from the portfolio of lignitefired
power plants with decommissioning dates beyond 2020 and reflecting the
characteristics of those plants. The plants to which DRAs will relate in any event are
identified in paragraph 11 below.
10. The Hellenic Republic intends that the DRAs will have initial terms of fifteen years or the
average life of the plants included in the portfolio, as defined by the decommissioning
dates, whichever period is shorter. The purchaser shall retain the exclusive and irrevocable
option to extend the DRA beyond that initial term on the same conditions for rolling
incremental five year terms, subject to the possibility of pro-rata reductions of the capacity
covered by the DRA if one or more of the plants in the portfolio are decommissioned
during the course of a five year term.



11. The Hellenic Republic’s intention is that the following plants will be the subject of the DRAs discussed above. The 457 MWcapacity will be drawn from the following portfolio of plants: (a) Agios Dimitrios 5; net capacity 342MW, planned decommissioning date = c.2040 (b) Meliti; net capacity 289MW, planned decommissioning date = c.2040 (c) Megalopoli 3; total capacity 255MW, planned decommissioning date=2025; (d) Megalopoli 4; total capacity 256MW, planned decommissioning date=2025. PPC shall have the discretion to determine the capacity drawn from time to time from each plant within the portfolio.
12. In addition to the structural DRAs described above, third parties will be offered (in line
with paragraph 10 above) rights equivalent to 40% of the total new lignite capacity to be
built. The 40% can be part of an individual plant or of the several plants built. This can
include the case where the new build plant is controlled by an independent third party.



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