Energy Law Act

Last updated: 5 November 2017
The Energy Law Act of 10 April of 1997 (with later amendments) established the basis for third party access, independent electricity and gas system, independent power producers, renewable energy sources, least cost planning, integrated resource planning, energy regulatory authority, high efficiency heat and power production, demand side management and energy efficiency labels.
Reduction of the fees:
Facilities producing electricity from renewable energy sources (up to 5MW) are eligible to benefit from a reduced grid connection fee. Also, they are exempt from paying annual license fees. Energy providers are allowed to incorporate costs of developing renewable energy into their tariff regimes.

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