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11:50 Feb 3, 2009
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Dutch to English translations [PRO] Tech/Engineering - Energy / Power Generation
Dutch term or phrase:notaverlegging
a neat phrase would be appreciated
Bovengenoemde leveringsprijzen zijn exclusief de kosten van de Netbeheerder, welke door de netbeheerder direct met de Afnemer worden verrekend of door middel van notaverlegging door de Leverancier worden verrekend;
notaverlegging betekend dat de leverancier namens de netbeheerder de netwerkkosten int, en deze ook afdraagt aan de netbeheerder. Indien dat het geval is, ontvangt u geen aparte netbeheerderfactuur.
Explanation: Your neat phrase would go something like this:
The aforementioned delivery prices exclude the expenses of the System Operator, which the system operator either directly settles with the customer or are settled by the Supplier through a reverse charge procedure;
"reverse charge procedure" is a common phrase in taxes, but I am not 100% sure it fits here, although it seems to be the same principle.
I hope this helps you a bit Andre.
Reference information: In the case of 'notaverlegging', network operators indirectly charge their network/distribution costs to the customer via the supplier.
Perhaps you could translate here along the lines of '(...) will either settle directly with the customer or (recover) through pass-on charges to the supplier (...).
The end consumer pays the supplier according to a tariff agreed between the consumer and supplier. The tariff may include pass-through costs. A pass-through cost is a cost that is charged to the energy supplier, but is then 'passed through' directly to the consumer. The elements in a bill are explained below. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electricity_billing_in_the_UK
1. Local incumbent distributors
Gas: Gas Distribution Network Operators (GDNs)
Electricity: Distribution Network Operators (DNOs)
Will install the connection and charge an upfront connection fee. Will then operate the assets once they are installed in return for annual distribution charges, which customers pay through their supplier as part of their gas or electricity tariff. http://www.up-ltd.co.uk/new/images/upl/Newsletters/monthly n...