Commissioning display low frequency system
As an operator of a low-frequency system with a nominal voltage of 110 KV or more or a direct current system, you are obliged to notify the competent authority of this before commissioning or a significant change.
The competent authority shall examine the notification and record the installation in its plant register.
The notification shall be submitted in writing by post or electronically to the competent authority.
Who should I contact?
In Lower Saxony, responsibility lies with the lower building supervisory authorities of the districts, cities or municipalities in which the plants are to be operated. In special cases, the State Office for Mining, Energy and Geology is also responsible.
The prerequisite is that
- the installation is located on a plot of land in the area of a development plan or within a contiguous built-up district or on a plot of land developed with residential buildings in the outdoor area or crosses such land,
- the plant or its substantial modification does not require a permit, planning approval or other official decision that takes into account the interests of immission control.
Which documents are required?
- Display with the data relevant for the system
- Site plan
What are the fees?
Fee: 70,00 - 710,00 EURPayment in advance: Nohttp://www.voris.niedersachsen.de/jportal/?quelle=jlink&query=AllgGO%20ND%20Anlage&psml=bsvorisprod.psml&max=trueFees are payable in accordance with Annex 1 to § 1 paragraph 1 General Fee Schedule of the State of Lower Saxony (AllGO) in accordance with No. 44.15.
What deadlines do I have to pay attention to?
The notification shall be submitted to the competent authority at least two weeks before the installation is put into operation or before any significant change to the installation.
Since it is a notification procedure, this administrative service does not constitute an administrative act. For this reason, there is no remedy.
The text was automatically translated based on the German content.
Technically approved by
Lower Saxony Ministry for the Environment, Energy, Building and Climate Protection