The CRU has today, 14 March 2018, published an Information Paper summarising the responses received to its Consultation Paper (CRU/18/247) on the CRU’s proposed harmonised transmission tariff methodology for gas. The responses to the consultation are contained in an appendix to the paper.
The consultation paper (CRU/18/247) on the proposed harmonised transmission tariff methodology for gas was published on 11th Decmeber 2018. That consultation formed part of the CRU’s ongoing review of the methodology used to calculate gas transmission tariffs in Ireland. The aim of the review is to ensure compliance with Regulation (EU) 2017/460 (TAR NC), which establishes a network code on harmonised transmission tariff structures for gas in EU Member States. With this review, the CRU also aims to ensure that the Irish transmission tariff methodology continues to appropriately reflect the unique characteristics of the Irish gas network and market, to the benefit of gas consumers.
The consultation on the harmonised transmission tariff methodology closed on 11 February 2019. It is a requirement of the TAR NC that a summary of the responses to the consultation, as well as the responses themselves, be published within one month of the consultation closing. This Information Paper is published in fulfilment of this requirement.
The CRU thanks those who responded to the consultation for their comments. The CRU will publish a Decision Paper on the Irish gas transmision tariff methodology by 11 May 2019.
The consultation documents are still available on this page. To access the Proposed Matrix RPM and counterfactual CWD RPM workbook please contact the CRU at firstname.lastname@example.org.