Network Access Contract
Also, to gain a better understanding of the French Public Electricity System Usage Tariff (TURPE) and how it works, you can see the tariff decision (in French only). Read our informative brochure and the Network Access Contract (in french only).
When setting down the conditions of your network access in contract form, you must:
- name a Balance Responsible Entity and a Programming Entity.
- sign an agreement attaching you to their perimeter.
This Balance Responsible Entity may be:
- your supplier
- a player who has signed a participation agreement with RTE.
It is also possible for you to purchase electricity from a supplier other than your Balance Responsible Entity via the Block Exchange Notification service. This service involves notifying, within the same day or on a day-ahead basis, the sale or purchase of a block of energy to another Balance Responsible Entity, or the delivery of a block of energy to a remotely metered site.
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