Payment issues

Payment issues

This LAP concerns the injection of hydrogen into the high pressure transmission gas grid at the TSO level and the cost allocation, payment and incentives framework covering injection installations and hydrogen gas conveyance via the TSO network
 
Who bears the following costs and if they are shared between the DSO/TSO and the hydrogen facility operator/ supplier – in which proportion.
a) grid connection costs: i. for connection facility ii. for connecting pipe line b) costs for availability of the network connection, maintenance, and operation of the network connection c) feed-in costs d) remuneration for a
a - grid connection costs: i. for connection facility ii. for connecting pipe line
b - costs for availability of the network connection, maintenance, and operation of the network connection
c - feed-in costs
d - remuneration for avoided network costs
e - tax incentives
In case additional costs occur for injection of hydrogen in the grid, e.g. metrology equipment needed for measurement, in your country compared to natural gas injection, who will bear these costs?
Is a hydrogen injection connection point treated in the same way as a natural gas injection point with respect to the (transport) tariffs framework?
Does the sustainability (hydrogen in the natural gas grid) have additional financially benefits for you as a TSO besides the regular transportation fees?
Does a TSO have contractual agreement and/or responsibilities with the supplier/shipper regarding injection of hydrogen in the grid that could influence/affect payment issues?
Are there any benefits from the national tariff-system in relation to “sustainable” / “non (or less)-sustainable” about hydrogen – natural gas blend?
Are there any incentives granted for the hydrogen facility operator/supplier?
Is it a barrier? Yes
Type of Barrier Structural barriers, Regulatory gap
Assessment Severity
2
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