KB Brčko DSO

  
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IDENTIFICATION OF RESPONDENT
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 GENERAL INFORMATION  
Distribution Business - Basic Figures, Structure & Ownership
A.Basic informationResponse
Data per company
Legal name of the DSO[1]
Name of the integrated undertaking - parent if DSO is a controlled entity / subsidiary? [2]
IS the DSO controlling entity of any vertically integrated subsidiary? [3]
Regions and/or municipalities covered[4]
Ownership structure (1)
I Private sector (shares in the companies available to be purchased by private entities, often listed on the stock market, public entity's control only in a form of general shareholder influence)[5] % Share
II Public entities (owned by local, regional or national government)0[6] % Share; *automatically calculated as [6] = [7] + [8]
II.1 State ownership[7] % Share
II.2 Owned by local administration units (municipalities, regions, local governments)[8] % Share
(1) In case of the mixed ownership (public and private) please insert the % of shares in the cells [5], [7] and [8]
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KB Brcko DSO - General Information
 TECHNICAL DATA  
B.Basic business dataResponse
Distributed power (GWh)[1]
Area of distribution activity (km 2 ) [2]
Number of DSO-TSO interconnection points[3]
Electricity fed from the transmission system (GWh)[4]
Number of DSO -DSO connection points [5]
Electricity supplied to/ injected from connected DSOs (GWh)[6]
Total installed capacity of generation connected (MW)[7]
Electricity injected to the grid from distributed generation (GWh)[8]
Number of employees [9]
*Note: For the DSOs with less than 100k customers, please provide the summary data and in the comment line the list of DSOs included
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C.Customers served
Total number of customers connected[1]
Out of which with production facility[2]
Number of LV (< 1 kV) customers [3]
Number of MV (1- 100 kV) customers [4]
Number of HV (> 100 kV) customers 0[5] * automatically calculated as [5] = [1] - { [3] + [4] }
Customers of DSOs with ≥ 100.000 customers
Total number of customers connected[6]
Number of LV (< 1 kV) customers [7]
Number of MV (1- 100 kV) customers [8]
Number of HV (> 100 kV) customers 0[9] * automatically calculated as [9] = [6] - { [7] + [8] }
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D.DSO network length per voltage level
Circuit length per voltage level (km)
Total 0[1] * automatically calculated as [1] = [2] + [5] + [8]
HV (> 100 kV)[2]
of that Overhead[3]
of that Underground 0[4] * automatically calculated as [4] = [2] - [3]
MV (1-100 kV)[5]
of that Overhead[6]
of that Underground 0[7] * automatically calculated as [7] = [5] - [6]
LV (< 1 kV)[8]
of that Overhead[9]
of that Underground 0[10] * automatically calculated as [10] = [8] - [9]
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E.Substations
Number of HV/MV substations[1]
Total installed capacity of HV/MV substations (MVA)[2]
Number of MV/LV secondary substations[3]
Total installed capacity of MV/LV secondary substations (MVA)[4]
Number of MV & LV transformers[5]
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KB Brcko DSO - Technical Data
 DISTRIBUTION NETWORK INVESTMENTS Response     
F.Investment needs in distribution network - summarySpecify for defined planning periods of min 3 years [from-to]
Previous planning period yyyy-yyyyCurrent planning period yyyy-yyyy
PlannedRealizedPlanned totalRealized until now
Investment needs in distribution network
Investments in new projects (network extension and development) (€)0000[1] *automatically calculated from figures F. and G., as [1] = { [4] + [6] + [8] + [10] } - [2]
Replacement investments (improvement of existing infrastructure and equipment) (€)0000[2] *automatically calculated from figure G., as [2] = [5] + [7] + [9] + [11]
Total (€)[3]
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G.Investment needs in distribution network componentsSpecify for defined planning periods of min 3 years [from-to]
Previous planning period yyyy-yyyyCurrent planning period yyyy-yyyy
PlannedRealizedPlanned totalRealized until now
Investment needs in network components (€)
Constructions (buildings) [4]
Out of which rehabilitation, reconstruction, retrofitting[5]
Electrical equipment (including lines) [6]
Out of which rehabilitation, reconstruction, retrofitting[7]
IT equipment[8]
Out of which rehabilitation, reconstruction, retrofitting[9]
Other (specify)[10]
Out of which rehabilitation[11]
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H.Justification of the investments Specify for defined planning periods of min 3 years [from-to]
Previous planning period yyyy-yyyyCurrent planning period yyyy-yyyy
PlannedRealizedPlanned totalRealized until now
Percentage of the total planned investment [estimate] triggered by:
- New production sites[1] % Share
- New consumption sites[2] % Share
- Quality of service[3] % Share
- Smart Meters[4] % Share
- Other factors[5] % Share
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KB Brcko DSO - Network Investments
 DISTRIBUTED GENERATION    
I.Distributed generationResponse
Generation plants connected to distribution networkTotal installed capacity [MVA] (8)Installed capacity commissioned in [2017] [MVA]Electricity fed into the grid in 2017 [MWh] (9)
1. Connected to HV (1) [ >100 kV ]
Total HV[1]
2. Connected to MV [ >1 kV < 100 kV ]
Photovoltaic[2]
Wind (3)[3]
Hydro[4]
Biomass[5]
Biogas[6]
Natural gas [7]
Waste[8]
2.1 Out of which cogeneration[9]
2.2 Out of which gross production in a netting scheme (6)[10]
2.3 Net production in a netting scheme[11]
Total MV000[12] * automatically calculated as [12] = [2] + [3] + [4] + [5] + [6] + [7] + [8]
3. Connected to LV [ <1 kV ]
Photovoltaic[13]
Wind (4)[14]
Hydro[15]
Biomass[16]
Biogas[17]
Natural gas [18]
Waste[19]
3.1 Out of which cogeneration[20]
3.2 Out of which gross production in a netting scheme (7)[21]
3.3 Net production in a netting scheme[22]
Total LV000[23] * automatically calculated as [23] = [13] + [14] + [15] + [16] + [17] + [18] + [19]
TOTAL 000[24] * automatically calculated as [24] = [1] + [12] + [23]
(1) In case when DSO operates HV lines > 100 kV
(2), (3), (4) In case of wind, please differentiate between offshore and onshore, if applicable.
(5), (6), (7) For DG plants in a netting scheme, please differentiate between gross production fed into the grid and net production.
(8) Installed nameplate capacity in MVA, if available
(9) Gross electricity production fed into the grid; for plants in a netting scheme, gross and net production.
*Notes: - If this data is not available or their collection might require more time than provided, please let us know when submitting your answer (later responses to this part will be accepted).
- Please specify fuel for cogeneration plants and plants in nettings scheme.
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KB Brcko DSO - Distributed Generation
 DSO AND THE SMART GRID DIMENSION   
J.DSO as a user of non-frequency ancillary servicesYes / NoNotes
Is your company managing Demand Response and/or Demand Side Management or Flexibility programs?[1]
If yes, who decides on the final consumption?[2]
Can you please provide some links to relevant public documents explaining the programs used?[3]
Does your company manage prosumers?[4]
Does your company manage active consumers (1) ?[5]
If yes, can you provide some links to relevant public documents?[6]
(1) Active consumer is a consumer who actively controls his consumption, remotely using smart devices
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K.Remote control of substationsNumber Notes
Number of HV/MV substations remotely controlled [1]
Number of MV/LV substations remotely controlled (including MV/MV)[2]
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L.DSO/TSO data managementYearly / monthly / weekly / hourlyNotes
What data on the network conditions does your company share with the relevant TSO (more than one choice allowed):[1]
- Demand and generation forecasts[2]
- Scheduled data of each power-generating facility[3]
- Real time measurements (SCADA)[4]
- Ex-post measurements (metered data)[5]
What data on the network conditions does your company receive from the relevant TSO (please specify)?[6]
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M.Smart metering (only for countries where DSO rolls out smart metering)% of rolled-out smart meters up to now (smart meters /total number of meters)Notes
Is your company proceeding with the smart meter roll-out provided by Dir. 72/2009 (80% of electricity consumers by 2020)[1]
Additional information[2]
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N.Consumption profiling and balancing Notes
Number of customers without load registration[1]
Consumption of customers without load registration (MWh)[2]
Number of developed standardized load profiles [3]
Out of which - number of standardized load profiles for households customers[4]
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KB Brcko DSO - DSO and Smart Grid Dimension
 ELECTRIC MOBILITY   
O.Charging points connected to the DSO networkNumberNotes
Number of charging points for Electric Vehicles connected to the DSO network[1]
Out of which number of charging points owned and operated by the DSO itself[2]
Out of which number of other charging points owned and operated by third parties (e.g. market players)[3]
Comments:
KB Brcko DSO - Electric Mobility