Storage Compensation & Interruptibility
Pursuant to the Order of 17 December 2019 on the interruptibility of natural gas consumption, GRTgaz has published the Secondary interruptibility contract and the Procedure for obtaining the prior and necessary approval for the signature of the said contract.
In the event of a serious threat to the natural gas transmission system, and at GRTgaz's request, the signatory customers undertake to reduce their consumption within 24 hours and, in return, benefit from a reduction in their modulation base subject to storage compensation, which will apply to all consumer customers connected to the grtgaz network from 1 April 2021.
38 secondary interruptibility contracts were signed with effect from 1 April 2021. They cover a total volume of secondary interruptible capacity of 25.8 GWh/d.
In addition find, see all of the related documentation:
- Storage compensation:
- Consult the CRE's tariff deliberation
- Replay of the 4 February 2021 webinar (in french only)
- Presentation of the February 4th webinar (in french only)
- Questions & Answers (in French only)