|Year Implemented||2009 (amended 2011)|
|Policy Status||In force|
|Related Policies||Statute for Renewable energy development|
|Stated Objective||•Commercial Viability
•Biofuels for Transport
|Description||In 2009, the government implemented the feed-in tariff for electricity from renewable sources, namely onshore and offshore wind, rooftop and ground-mounted solar PV, hydro, geothermal, biomass and waste. FITs for power generation are financed by electricity consumers and by the Petroleumand Agricultural Development Funds for thermal generation.
As of January 2011, the government adjusted existing tariffs, upwards for some technologies - wind onshore and offshore, river-based hydraulic, biomass-based, waste-based, others- and downward for geothermal and PV tariffs.
2011 tariffs were adjusted as follows:
Wind Onshore, with a total cap of 100 MW for the year 2011:
< 10 kW: EUR 0.185/kWh
> 10kW: EUR 0.066/kWh
Wind Offshore: EUR 0.140/kWh
Photovoltaics, with a total cap of 70 MW for the year 2011, 10 MW of PV rooftop < 10 kW and 60 MW of PV rooftop > 10 kW < 10 MW.
<10 kW: EUR 0.260/kWh
> 10kW < 100 kW: EUR 0.231/kWh
> 100kW < 500 kW: EUR 0.222/kWh
> 500 kW: EUR 0.200/kWh
Ground-mounted: EUR 0.184/kWh
Run of the river hydro: EUR 0.055/kWh
Geothermal: EUR 0.121/kWh
Biomass: EUR 0.055/kWh
Waste: EUR 0.068/kWh
Other: EUR 0.055/kWh