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FY 2011 Consolidated results New tariffs 2012-2015 in Belgium Outlook 2012

Analyst meeting Brussels February 29th, 2012

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Disclaimer •

This presentation is only provided for general information purpose about Elia and its activities. The included statements are neither reported results nor other historical information. They are not provided to serve as the basis for any evaluation of Elia, and cannot be binding and/or enforceable upon Elia.

As forward-looking statements, they are subject to assumptions, risk and uncertainties, actual future results may differ from those expressed in or implied by such statements.

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Elia will not be liable for any consequences arising from or related to the use or interpretation of the information contained or absent in this presentation.

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Agenda

1. Summary 2. Highlights 2011 3. Financials 2011 4. Outlook 2012 3


Summary •

Operational highlights • Approved tariffs for period 2012-2015 in Belgium; very good visibility • Full realisation of investment plan; 99,999% network reliability • Building on strengths of Elia-TSO and 50Hertz: AWC project • Mild weather and decentralized generation impacting demand

Financials 2011 • Superior results in Belgium and Germany • Dividend: increase with 5% to € 1,47 a share

Outlook • Organic growth: RES driven capex on and off-shore • Market integration & Innovation

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Agenda

1. Summary 2. Highlights 2011 3. Financials 2011 4. Outlook 2012 5


Energy Consumption 9,0

Elia’s network: 83.4 TWh (1)

8,0 7,0 6,0

Economy

Mild weather

Decentralised generation

TWh

5,0 4,0 3,0 2,0 1,0 0,0 jan

feb

mar

apr

may

june 2009

july

aug

2010

2011

jan

feb

sep

oct

nov

dec

6,0

50Hertz’s network: 59.0 TWh

5,0

Mild weather

Decentralised generation

Renewables

TWh

4,0 3,0 2,0

1,0 0,0 mar

apr

may

june 2009

july 2010

aug

sep

oct

nov

2011

(1) The Elia consumption indicator covers the majority of electricity consumption. It includes all production directly connected to the Elia grid plus net import-export balance

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dec


Investments Non electrical investments, 9% Renewables & generaton localisation, 7%

Elia Transmission: € 130.4 m

Interconnections; 1%

• postponement customer projects

• Reliability: 99,999%

Internal consumption, 24%

Replacements, 59%

Non electrical investments, 8%

Replacements, 7%

Internal consumption, 17%

50Hertz Transmission: € 245.4 m (of which 60% for Elia) • Onshore : € 114,5 m • Offshore : € 130,9 m

Renewables & generaton localisation, 68%

• Reliability: 1,21 incidents per 100km

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EU Directives and Belgian law

Main changes induced by 3d E-Directive • Full Ownership Unbundling (Certification process)

• Elia’s transmission grid includes North Sea grid(s) • TSO “drawing rights” for ancillary services • CREG full responsibility for tariffs, supply price formulas

• Powers of regulator, TSO roles and responsibilities • Closed distribution system

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EU Directives and German law

Main changes induced by 3d E-Directive & “Energie Wende” • Full Ownership Unbundling (Certification process)

• 50Hertz responsibility for offshore wind connection in the Baltic Sea • Accelerated planning procedures (one-stop-shop, etc.) • Stronger TSO rights for system security

• National 10-Year-Network-Development-Plan • Powers of regulator, TSO roles and responsibilities

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Elia tariff settlement for 2012-2015 Main features impacting profit

- Fair remuneration: OLO + (3,5% x Elia Beta) with floor = OLO + 70 bp - Incentives: can be distributed as dividend - Y1:

potential € 25m profit after taxes over 2012-2015

- New Y2:

compensates 35bp difference on fair remuneration - max. 10 % of real replacement capex (approx. € 5m net (budget) per year) - on a project basis: min 90% and max 110% of budget

- Goodwill: to be reserved in equity - net amount after taxes (approx. € 19,6m (budgeted) a year) - After reservation, remunerated at “fair remuneration”

- Transfer pricing agreement confirmed


Among the lowest tariffs in Europe Components of TSO transmission tariffs 2011 (EUR per MWh)

(1)

(1) The data of Macedonia were not available in the beginning of 2011 when the comparison was made for the expected tariffs 2011

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RES are growing fast‌. leading to important changes 2010 2000 2020

total PV wind

1. Large flows all over Europe

29/02/2012

2. Thousand From a few small largelocal generation generation unitsunits

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Building on Elia & 50Hertz strenghs First HVDC offshore-grid in the world • up to 6000 MW wind production • 2000 MW interconnector for 4 states • Participation: Eurogrid International (10%) • Partners: Google, Marubeni, Good Energies and Atlantic Grid Developers • Investment: € 2,7m till PJM ISO approval • 12,59% ROE approved by US regulator

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Consultancy contract for Elia group

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Agenda

1. Summary 2. Highlights 2011 3. Financials 2011 4. Outlook 2012 14


Segment reporting Elia & 50Hertz Transmission

Elia System Operator NV Economic entity

Elia Asset NV 100%

Elia Engineering 100%

Eurogrid International CVBA 60% Elia Re 100%

CASC 8,33%

HGRT 24,5%

Coreso 22,49%

APX -Endex 20% Eurogrid GmbH 100%

CAO 12,5%

Coreso 10,0%

EMCC 20%

Gridlab GmbH 100%

E offshore A LLC 100%

50Hertz Transmission 100%

Atlantic Grid Investment A Inc 100%

50 Hertz Offshore 100%

Atlantic Grid A Interm. Holdco 10% Atlantic Grid A Operational Holdco

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Consolidated key figures Elia Group 2011 Elia Group Elia Group Consolidated Consolidated (Elia+60% of 50Hertz) (Elia+60% of 50Hertz) Income statement (€m)

2011

2010

Change in %

Consolidated turnover

1278,4

1037,5

23,2%

REBITDA

448,9

409,4

9,6%

EBITDA

448,9

687,9

-34,7%

REBIT

308,0

281,9

9,3%

Operating profit, including non recurring items (EBIT)

308,8

560,4

-45,0%

Financial result

-128,6

-123,2

4,4%

Taxes

-43,3

-34,0

27,4%

Consolidated net profit, including non recurrent items

137,5

401,7

-65,8%

Consolidated net profit, excluding non recurrent items Profit, including non-recurrent items, per share (€)

137,5 2,28

123,2 7,36

11,6% -69,0%

Profit, excluding non-recurrent items, per share (€)

2,28

2,26

0,9%

Dividend per share

1,47

1,40

5,0%

31-Dec-11

31-Dec-10

Total assets

5.843,8

5.904,0

-1,0%

Equity attributable to the equity holders of the Company

2.046,9

2.007,2

2,0%

Net debt

2.532,9

2.551,4

-0,7%

33,9

33,3

2,0%

60.355.217 60.355.217

60.355.217 54.549.957

0,0% 10,6%

Balance sheet (€m)

Equity per share (€) (based on # of shares at year-end) Total number of shares (end of period) Weighted average number of shares

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Elia Transmission 2011 Key figures Strong results within a stable regulatory framework IFRS

Change

Income statement (€ million)

2011

2010

In %

Consolidated turnover

801,8

763,3

5,0%

EBITDA (1)

354,0

336,8

5,1%

Operating result (EBIT)

251,7

229,6

9,6%

Financial result

-117,6

-112,6

4,4%

Taxes

-29,8

-20,8

43,3%

Consolidated net profit

105,7

94,6

11,7%

31/12/2011

31/12/2010

Total assets

4.473,8

4.518,1

-1,0%

Net debt

2.448,1

2.385,2

2,6%

Balance sheet (€ million)

(1) EBITDA = EBIT + depreciation + changes in provisions

Operating margins positively impacted by higher turnover

Financial results negatively impacted by 2010 exceptionals (sale of Belpex)

Net profit increased due higher fair remuneration: •

higher Belgian 10year bund (OLO) and

no exceptional costs such as in 2010 (capital increase & acquisition costs 50Hertz)

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Elia Transmission net profit Breakdown of net profit 2011 € 105,7m

2010 € 94,6m

IFRS adjustments Review CREG

22,1 22,4

0,2 9,5 16,2

5,3 7,7

Non regulated Belgian costs

16,2

APX and HGRT Incentive Y factor

63,8 53,5

-1,2 -4,9

Goodwill Fair remuneration

-7,3 -3,2

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Reconciliation Be GAAP - IFRS IFRS Impact on Net Profit as of 31 December 2011

36,4

12,0 4,6

2,2

1,4

10,1

1,7

10,0

120,0 105,7 83,6

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50Hertz acquisition case First year yield return IFM Global Infrastructure Fund 100%

Elia (Belgium)

LuxCo (Luxembourg)

60% €278.7m

40% €185.9m

Bank/bond financing € 500m Eurobond € 350m 5-year committed credit facility: – EEG - capex - working capital

€464.6m

Elia:

€278.7m

IFM:

€185.9m

- Closing: May 19th, 2010

100%

- First dividend paid out by 50Hertz to final shareholders in September 2011 amounts to:

Eurogrid GmbH (Germany) 100%

- Acquisition price:

- Bought with a discount of about 40% to RAB

Eurogrid Int (Belgium) €464.6m

- Acquisition by Elia and IFM in 2010

 € 60.680.000 Fiscal unity

50Hertz

Of which for Elia : € 36.408.000

Of which for IFM : € 24.272.000

 Net return for Elia on Acquisition price of 50Hertz Offshore

Other minority subsidiaries

€278.7m amounts to

13,06% yield

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Incentive Y-factor 2008-2011 Gross Y-factor - actuals

Net Y-factor - actuals

8,0

9,6 282,4

CREG review

7,7

28,1

6,3

6,4

Taxes to be paid by the shareholders

5,1

20,0

4,2 4,4

4,4 2008 2008

2009

2010

2011

2009

2010

2011

Total

Total

€ 25 million for period 2008 – 2011 Initial agreement with CREG in 2008

€ 20 million for period 2008-2011 Total contribution to net profit

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Shortages / Surpluses 2011 & Cumulative Overview cumulative end 2011

Overview surplus/shortage 2011 Grid connection…

Cross border Other Subtotal

-5,1

Year 2008

-22,4

Year 2009

-6,4 -28,8 13,1

Financial result

6,9

Income taxes

12,5

Other

-12,8 -15,7 -22,7

Year 2010

37,1

Year 2011

Total BE gaap

4,8 -9,3

IFRS adjustment

24,6

5,8

Subtotal

38,3

Index

Total IFRS

15,3

0,4

Total

Impact CREG Review

Year 2007

28,6

Ancillary services

Operational delta

Liability

-33,7

Imbalance Subtotal

Asset

Liability

Budget = 675,6

Non controllab Non controllable le costs revenues Budget = 436,3

Tariffs

Asset

4,8

 € 9,4 million of Belgian GAAP to be recovered from future tariffs

-2,6 7,4

(-) : Asset: shortage to be recovered in future tariffs (+) : Liability: surplus to be reimbursed to future tariffs

 For 2008-2011: total budget was

almost equal to reality

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50Hertz Transmission 2011 Key figures IFRS Income statement (€ million) Consolidated turnover REBITDA (excluding non recurring items) EBITDA (1) REBIT (excluding non recurring items) Operating result (EBIT) Financial result Taxes Net profit including non recurring items Net profit excluding non recurring items Balance sheet (€ million) Total assets Net debt

2011 60% consolidated 477,7 94,9 94,9 56,3 56,3 -11,0 -13,5 31,8 31,8 31/12/2011 1.371,6 85,7

2010 Proforma 60% consolidated 475,0 124,1 402,6 85,2 363,7 -16,4 -23,8 323,6 45,0 31/12/2010 1.386,8 166,3

Change in % 0,6% -23,5% -76,4% -33,9% -84,5% -32,9% -43,3% -90,2% -29,3% -1,1% -48,5%

(1) REBITDA = REBIT + depreciation + changes in provisions

2011 Turnover in line with 2010

EBITDA and EBIT decrease due to one off recognition in 2010 of bargain price adjustment of €286,5 million

REBITDA and REBIT decrease due to no one-off auctioning revenues as in 2010 and accounting adjustments of 2010 as well as higher personnel and maintenance costs in 2011 23


50Hertz Transmission net profit Breakdown of net profit decrease compared to 2010 mainly due to malus on Corridor model (impact of nuclear moratorium) and to lower base year profit compensated by EEG bonus and one-off 2010 financing costs for Eurogrid Gmbh

2011 â‚Ź 54,3m

2010 â‚Ź 61,8m

9,8 3,4 9,0

4,7

IFRS adjustments EuG Gmbh 60,0 46,0

EEG & other non profit Base year Other non influencable costs

17,8 26,3 11,0 0,2

Corridor Model

-0,7 -14,4

-18,1

Investment budgets offshore

-25,1

-4,2 -9,6

Investment budgets onshore

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Reconciliation German GAAP - IFRS IFRS Impact on Net Profit as of 31 December 2011

21,1

18,1 1,5

7,2

4,5

2,6

54,3 44,5

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Shortages / Surpluses 2011 & Cumulative Overview surplus/shortage 2011 Asset Auction revenues

Asset

Liability 17,1

Volumes

Overview cumulative end 2011

Auction revenues

112,0

30,2

Volumes

Offshore recuperation

Total

-60,0

-45,7

ITC Other

58,0

-38,1

Offshore recuperation Korridor

Liability

5,1 -0,6

Korridor

ITC

-29,0

6,0

-31,9

MEA

Total

33,0

120,0

(-) : Asset: shortage to be recovered in future tariffs (+) : Liability: surplus to be reimbursed to future tariffs

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Elia Group Financial Debt Position Elia benefits from a strong credit rating and better credit ratios Standard & Poor’s rating: Long Term:

A-

Outlook:

Stable

31-Dec-11 2.532,9 55,27% 3,17 5,59 4,89% 83,02%

Net debt (€m) Leverage (D/D+E) REBITDA/Gross Interest Net debt/REBITDA Average cost of debt % fixed of gross debt

Position as of 31/12/2011

31-Dec-10 2.551,4 55,97% 2,82 6,23 5,24% 83,01%

Maturity 600

Cash Elia

172,6

Cash Eurogrid

213,0

Net debt

Eurobond

-2.000,0

40

500 400

Shareholders' loan

-495,0

EIB

-300,0

Accrued interest

(1)

300

-60,0

Eurogrid bonds

Total

(1)

(1)

500

500

500

500

495

200

-63,5

300 100

-2.532,9

Total

-760,0

(1) Only concerns the 60% consolidated Eurogrid/50Hertz figures

Bonds

Shareholders' loan

EIB loans

2022

2020

2019

2017

(2)

2016

-510,0

0

2015

Credit facilities

2014

-250,0

Commercial Paper

2013

Un-used confirmed facilities

20 0

Eurogrid bonds

(2) Includes € 300m of Elia and 60% of €350m of Eurogrid/50Hertz 27


Dividend Policy Elia Group Elia group’s dividend policy ensures a steady and growing dividend 1,600 1,400

1,27

1,28

1,30

80,8%

80,5%

1,37

1,38

1,40

1,47

90% 85%

1,200 1,00

79,6%

80% 79,3%

,800

75%

,600

70%

,400

68,4%

65%

,200 63,9%

63,1%

,00 2005

2006

2007

2008

Dividend

2009

2010

60%

2011

Pay-out ratio

• Increase in dividend to € 1, 47 per share (+ 5,0%) • Pay-out ratio over 2011 IFRS results amount to 63,1% (impact of 50Hertz dividend) 28


Agenda

1. Summary 2. Highlights 2011 3. Financials 2011 4. Outlook 2012 29


Investments: Outlook 2012 Non electrical investments, 16%

Elia Transmission: € 138,8 m

Renewables & generaton localisation; 10%

Main drivers

Replacements, 42%

• Replacements • Internal demand

Internal consumption, 32%

• RES integration

Non electrical investments, 4%

Replacements, 3%

Internal consumption, 1%

50Hertz Transmission: € 231 m (of which 60% for Elia) • Onshore : € 108 m • Offshore : € 121 m

Renewables & generaton localisation, 92%

Main drivers • RES integration

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Investments 2012–20 for Elia-TSO Project Brabo in port of Antwerp Reinforcement Baekeland-Mercator-Doel

Decentralised production Meer, Rijkevorsel, Merksplas

Reinforcement North border Additional PST, second circuit Gramme-Van Eyck

HVDC link with UK (Nemo) HVDC interconnection with Germany (Alegro)

Reinforcement “East loop” onshore wind

Reinforcement South border

Grain

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Zeebrugge Rodenhuize

Doel

IFA

Eeklo Warande Mandarins

Massen hoven

Mercator

Kinroo

2 Izegem Avelgem Weppes

Bruegel

Lixhe Courcelles

Fruges Gavrelle

3

5

Avelin Chevalet Argoeuves

Tihange Achène

4 Pt/ Sambre Mastaing

Penly

6

Paluel La Capelle

Chooz

Barnabos

Aubange

1 : 1 GW DC Warande Zeebrugge Latena Remise 2 : 2*400 kV AC Warande Izegem Lonny

3 : CFD ACCR (composite) Avelin Avelgem + Mastaing Avelgem

Moulaine

Terrier

4 : 1 GW DC Capelle Courcelles Moru

La Herse

Villevaudé 5 : 2*400 kV AC Capelle Courcelles

Seuil Vesle

Plessis 6 : 2*400 kV AC Lonny Achène Chambry Gramme (étude gelée en 2009) Cergy Marne Sud Gassot Mery Sausset

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Investments 2012–20 for 50Hertz On-shore

Batic Sea

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Elia’s off-shore in North Sea

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Elia group Powering a World in Progress

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Questions & Answers Investors Relations – Contact details  Bert Maes Tel: + 32 (0)2/546.72.39 Mail: bert.maes@elia.be Website: http://www.elia.be

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Appendices

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Belgium: Mature regulation with fixed tariffs for 4 years 4 year regulatory period (2008-2011; 2012-2015) Classify costs, revenues => controllable & non-controllable NC C

2

Non Tariff

Non Controllable Costs (NC)

Net profit

C Tariff

Controllable Costs (C)

1

Tariff

NC

Net profit

Charges

Revenues

1. Mainly consists of purchases of materials, services and other goods and remuneration except the ancillary services and pension costs for retired employees; 2. Mainly consists of telecom services, third party services, surplus value on sale fixed assets and insurance claims


Belgium: components of the regulated net profit 1. Fair remuneration • Equity remuneration based on formula : Belgian 10year OLO + (3,5% rp * Elia beta with min. of 0,20) • Equity target ratio of 33% of RAB 2. Decommissioning • Goodwill from decommissioning included in tariffs • Reserved for financing future investments (cannot be distributed as a dividend) 3. Incentivisation on controllable costs (Y1) • Ceiling of € 25m = same amount as efficiency gain (X-factor) 4. Incentivisation on replacement capex (Y2) • max. 10 % of real replacement capex (approx. € 5m net (budget) per year) • on a project basis: min 90% and max 110% of budget

5. Transfer pricing agreement • 60% of the margin on the results of foreign consulting activities • Financial participations - in RAB: dividends and surplus values: 60% to Elia and 40% to tariff reductions - outside RAB: All costs and revenues outside Belgian regulation


50Hertz Transmission 31.12.2011 Regulatory framework German GAAP EEG COSTS & OTHER NON PROFIT ITEMS • • • • • •

50Hertz pays all infeed tariff of renewable energy sources within its area This volume of renewable energy is sold on daily basis on EPEX The difference between infeed tariffs & price received on the Power exchange is recovered by “Umlage” (=levies) Fully pass through (T0) In principle always a zero impact on net profit (Exceptional bonus is possible – Malus is impossible) Same treatment in IFRS and HGB

INVESTMENT BUDGETS ONSHORE • • • • • •

Investments realised since RAB base year (not included in Basis year) Costs to recover: Σ [depreciation, cost of debt (60% of CAPEX) and OPEX (0.8 %), Return on investment (40% of the CAPEX à 9.29 %)] Budget approved case by case by BnetzA Fully pass through but T2 mechanism meaning costs incurred are put in revenues only 2 years later Transferred to base year mechanism (see purple column) from start of next regulatory period Same accounting treatment in IFRS and HGB

KORRIDOR MECHANISM (ancillary services) • • • • •

Covers the ancillary services (grid losses, redispatching, balancing costs … ) Fully pass through (with T2 mechanism) with incentive element Incentive element : 1% deviation from budget is pass through, Maximum bonus/malus is 5% of budget; as long as within 5%, 75% of difference is pass through & 25% is for shareholders IFRS : 75% is regulatory asset or liability to be reversed in 2 years (T2) HGB : 75% is only regulatory liability to be reversed in 2 years (no regulatory assets in HGB although netting is allowed since 2011)

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50Hertz Transmission 31.12.2011 Regulatory framework German GAAP TENNET OFFSHORE COSTS (Recovered through transmission tariffs) • • • •

Tennet offshore costs invoiced to 50HZ, recoverable through 50Hertz transmission tariffs Fully pass through, without remuneration, with T2 mechanism meaning costs invoiced by Tennet will be put in revenues 2 years later; IFRS: this cost will be booked as a regulatory asset  no impact on the IFRS bottom line; HGB: no regulatory asset is allowed and therefore difference between Tennet costs of this year minus Tennet costs of 2 years ago leads to a regulatory gap loss

50HZ OFFSHORE COSTS (20,3%) (Recovered through transmission tariffs) • • • • • •

Offshore costs incurred by 50Hz, recovered through 50Hertz transmission tariffs Costs to recover : Σ [depreciation, cost of debt (60% of CAPEX), Opex, trade tax and Return on investment (40% van CAPEX à 9.29 %)] Budget approved case by case by BnetzA Fully pass through withT2 mechanism meaning costs incurred now will be put in revenues 2 years later IFRS: this cost will be booked as a regulatory asset  no impact on the IFRS bottom line; HGB: no regulatory asset is allowed and therefore difference between 50Hertz costs of this year minus 50Hertz costs of 2 years ago leading to a regulatory gap loss

50HZ OFFSHORE COSTS (79,7%) (To be invoiced to 3 other TSO‟s) • • • • •

Offshore costs incurred by 50Hertz to be invoiced to three other TSO‟s Costs to recover : Σ [depreciation, cost of debt (60% of CAPEX), Opex, trade tax and Return on investment (40% van CAPEX à 9.29 %)] Budget approved case by case by BnetzA Fully pass through with T0 mechanism meaning costs (see here above) incurred now will be invoiced to 3 other TSO‟s in year T0 Same accounting treatment in IFRS and HGB

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50Hertz Transmission 31.12.2011 Regulatory framework German GAAP TRANSMISSION ONSHORE BASE YEAR • • • • •

5-year Incentive mechanism based on base year (base year 2006 – Period 2009-2013) Costs to recover: Σ (depreciation, cost of debt (60% of CAPEX), ROE, trade tax and opex) of base year are fixed as revenues for the duration of each 5 year regulatory period This revenue amount evolves with inflation minus productivity factor of 1,25% and minus efficiency factor of 0,04% ROE (7,56% on 40% of Capex until 2005; 9,29% on 40% of CAPEX as from 2005) Same accounting treatment in IFRS and HGB

OTHERS NON INFLUENCABLE COSTS •

This mainly includes „regulatory shortages/surplus‟ – Volumes excess (Pus account, volumes 2007/2008 to give back in 2011) – Auctioning revenues from 2008 which will be given back with a 2 year time delay, building costs subsidies, Strassfurth (only applicable in 2010 and 2011) – No remuneration for shareholders – IFRS : auctioning revenues and volumes are booked as regulatory asset and liability – HGB only recognizes regulatory liability

Eurogrid GMBH • •

Non regulated entity making some profits on the difference between interest income on the shareholder loans to 50Hertz and cash pooling agreement minus the cost of debt for issued Eurobonds Same accounting treatment in IFRS and HGB

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RES share is growing fast...

3. Which role for nuclear/fossil production units in 2020? Min. take off (summer night) Marginal cost

Max. take off (winter day)

â‚Ź/MWh

Peak units (reserve, incidents) Coo, ‌

f (wind, sun)

P.V.

(priority)

0

1

6

10

13

15

GW

Max. available capacity

Wind

(priority)

Biomass and/or cogeneration (priority - must run)

Nuclear

CCGT

Fossil (coal-gas-fuel)

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… and consolidation of power exchanges Tennet 56.1%

Gasunie 20.9%

Fluxys 3.0%

Elia Nordpool Spot

20.0%

APX – Endex Belpex

APX Group 100%

BELPEX ´ ´ ´

Tennet 51%

Elia 24.5%

RTE 24.5%

EPEX Spot

HGRT 52,8%

Powernext 50%

EPEX Spot

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Shortages / Surpluses 2011 & Cumul Overview surplus/shortage 2011 Asset KWK Stassfuhrt

Overview cumul end 2011 Asset

Liability 18,1

Auction revenues MEA

-4,1

Auction revenues

-3,5

Volumes Offshore recuperation

57,9

Offshore recuperation

Total

58,0

-60,0

-21,1 -29,0

-45,9

ITC Other

112,0

Volumes

Korridor Korridor

Liability

5,1 -0,6

ITC

MEA 5,8

Total

6,0

33,0

120,0

(-) : Asset: shortage to be recovered in future tariffs (+) : Liability: surplus to be reimbursed to future tariffs 44


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