A tool for recording derogation and revocation decisions in Grid Connection Codes
RECORD is a tool that serves three distinct purposes, namely:
- to allow regulatory authoritiess and other relevant authorities to maintain a register of all derogations they have granted or refused and to provide ACER with an updated and consolidated register at least once every six months, a copy of which shall be given to ENTSO for Electricity in accordance with Article 64 of the NC RfG, Article 54 of the DCC and Article 82 of the NC HVDC;
- to inform the Agency's implementation monitoring in accordance with Article 9 of the Regulation (EC) No 714/2009; and
- to enable the Agency to monitor the procedure of granting derogations with the cooperation of regulatory authorities or relevant authorities of the Member State in accordance with Article 65.1 of the NC RfG, Article 55(1) of the DCC and Article 83(1) of the NC HVDC.
Last but not least, RECORD serves as a single source of information to stakeholders wishing to access derogation criteria as defined by regulatory authorities or relevant authorities of the Member State or their decisions on derogations and revocations.
Using the tool
The tool is available here: https://aegis.acer.europa.eu/record/
Regulatory authorities or relevant authorities of the Member State aiming at providing information about the derogation criteria and derogation or revocation decisions shall first register at https://aegis.acer.europa.eu/.
The detailed user's manual for registered RECORD users is available in section 'Documents' in the RECORD application menu (login is needed).
Contact and support
At any time, working with the RECORD application you may get support from the Agency staff.
In case of questions related to the derogation criteria and decisions collection process, please contact us at email@example.com.
If you have, any problems or questions related to the RECORD application or AEGIS system, please contact support team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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