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Any user of electricity in Norway is connected to the Norwegian transmission grid. This grid consists of lines and components at different levels.
At the highest level is the central grid, which is mainly owned and maintained by Statnett . This network has a large transmission capacity with two important objectives:
At the level below the central grid, we find regional grids. These are also grids with high transmission capacity. The objective of the regional grid is to transmit larger amounts of power within the region and exchange with the central grid and the local network companies.
At the lowest level, the distribution networks, power is distributed the households and to public and private consumers.
Consumers receives the bill for transmission of electric power from their local distribution network. In this price, the local network owner calculates each customers share of the costs for power transport in the central grid and the regional grid.
Although the consumer can choose his electricity provider, the network owner has an approved monopoly on transmitting the power. To make sure that the network owner does not overcharge the customers, NVE regulates the network owner's income down to an acceptable level.
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