|Policy Status||In force|
|Date Effective||1 January 2007|
|Agency||•Ministry of Federal Planning, Public Services and Investments-National Secretariat of Energy|
•Enhancement of Existing Policy
•Multiple Renewable Energy Sources
|Description||Superseding National Law Nr. 25.019 to promote wind energy, Law Nr. 26.190 provides feed-in tariffs for the producion of energy from all renewable sources:
- EUR 0.22 /kWh (ARS 0.9 /kWh) for photovoltaic
- EUR cent 0.37 / kWh (ARS 0.015/kWh) for wind
- EUR cent 0.37 /kWh (ARS 0.015 /kWh) for other sources: geothermal energy, tidal energy, biomass, biogas and small-scale hydropower with ratings up to 30 MW.
The period of entitlement is 15 years. The law underscores the political intention to create jobs by promoting the use of renewable energy sources and to increase the national and regional net outputs by using domestic products. The law also sets the aim of raising the share of renewable energies to eight percent of the national electricity mix by the end of 2016.
|Legal References||National Law Nr. 26,190|