16.06.2021. / 16:42
BANJA LUKA – The Independent System Operator (ISO) in BiH has announced a tender for the procurement of ancillary services worth 42 million marks.
ISO is looking for a supplier of ancillary services for secondary and tertiary regulation, and the estimated value of the public procurement, excluding VAT, is 35.9 million KM.
The tender is divided into lots, so lot one is for the procurement of secondary regulation worth 18.8 million KM.
The estimated value of the procurement for lot two, ie for the procurement of tertiary regulation upwards is KM 15.8 million, while lot three implies the procurement of tertiary regulation downwards in the value of KM 1.3 million.
It is planned to conclude a framework agreement with several suppliers, and the period for which the framework agreement is concluded is from the beginning to the end of next year.
“The place of service is the electricity transmission system in BiH, and ISO uses the secondary regulation auxiliary service to balance the electricity system of BiH”, it is stated.
Secondary regulation is contracted in a mini-tendering procedure on a monthly basis, especially for peak load periods, especially for non-peak load periods.
The peak load period is from 06:00 to 24:00 during each day, whether it is a working day, weekend or holiday. The period of non-peak load is from 00:00 to 06:00, also during each day.
“The contracting authority shall determine the necessary secondary regulation reserves in accordance with the Procedures for ancillary services. The approximate required quantities in the procurement procedure are: 55 MW for the period of peak load and 35 MW for the period of non-peak load “, it is specified.
ISO uses the auxiliary service of tertiary regulation upwards for balancing the electric power system of BiH. The approximate required capacity of the tertiary reserve upwards for the needs of the electricity system of BiH is 200 MW.
The response time for the tertiary regulation auxiliary service is 12.5 minutes, ie the facilities that provide the tertiary regulation auxiliary service must deliver the required power in the electricity system of BiH within 12.5 minutes from the moment of issuing the activation order.
ISO also uses the auxiliary service of downward tertiary regulation to balance the power system, and the approximate required capacity of the downward tertiary reserve for the needs of the power system of BiH is 70 MW.
The response time for the downward tertiary regulation auxiliary service is 12.5 minutes, ie facilities that provide the downward tertiary regulation auxiliary service must reduce the required power in the BiH power system within 12.5 minutes from the moment of issuing the activation order.
CAPITAL: S. Šurlan
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