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As of 11 June company MaxiCommodities, a.s. entered the Balance Scheme as Balance scheme responsible party. The list of all Balance Scheme members is available here. 
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As of 31 May companies JAS Budapest Zrt. and JAS Energy Trading s.r.o are no longer member in the Slovenian Balance Scheme. All balance scheme members are listed here. 
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At the end of March there were 3,861 power plants with a combined installed capacity of 412 MWe included in the feed-in system. The total electricity production within the support system increase by 7 % compared to the same period in 2018 (Q1 2019 vs. Q1 2018). The difference in support payments was positive (+ 5 %) as well. More information is available here.
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Andraž Šavli, Deputy Director of Operations at Borzen, has been granted another mandate of the president of the IPET Section (Energy Market Data Exchange Section). That is his third two-year mandate. IPET Section aims to comprehensively overcome the problems related to data exchange. The main objective of the IPET Section is to contribute to the right strategic orientation of market participants for comprehensive problem-solving and long-lasting provision of successful, effective and transpare...
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Borzen, the Slovenian Power Market Operator, has prepared a proposal amendment to existing Electricity Market Rules regarding Article 134 (transition to 15-minute ISP). The public consultation is open from 23 May 2019 until 23 June 2019. Comments and proposals may be sent on the prepared template to the e-mail address pravila@borzen.si until the 23th of June. The documents are available here (English summary at the bottom): Rules amendment Template for comments
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Supervisory board of the company

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The Government of the Republic of Slovenia appointed a Supervisory Board, which took office on 17 April 2019 and after the constitutive meeting, dated 23 April 2019, the Board is operating in the following composition: Chairman of the Supervisory Board: Mrs Mojca Kert, Vice-Chairman of the Supervisory Board: Mrs Alenka Kolar, PhD, Member of the Supervisory Board: Mr Jure Jemec. Supervisory Board is appointed for a period of five years.
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Borzen's new Supervisory Board

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At its regular session, the Slovenian government  appointed  new Supervisory Board of company Borzen. New members as of 17 April 2019 for the next five years are: Mojca Kert, Alenka Kolar in Jure Jemec.  
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As of 9 April the termination of Balance Scheme membership for company PROENERGY d.o.o.  comes into force. The list of all Balance Scheme members is available here.
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At the end of 2018 the feed-in system included 3.859 power plants with a combined installed capacity of 412 MWe. Support payments were lower than in 2017 (- 6 %); while the total amount of electricity produced was 1 % lower than in 2017. More information in the Periodic Report.     
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Borzen has published new Rules on the Operation of the Electricity Market (Official Gazette of the Republic of Slovenia, No. 74/18) that came into force on 1st January 2019, which supplemented and in parts amended the Rules on the Operation of Electricity Market (Official Gazette of the Republic of Slovenia, No. 105/15), which apply until the end of 2018. The Rules are prepared based on two public consultations (first public consultation - December 2017, second public consultation – April 2018)...
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