Country:Bosnia and Herzegovina
Year:2012 (January 1st)
Policy status:In Force
Jurisdiction:State/Regional
Date Effective:2012 (January 1st)
Date Ended:15 years from contracting
Policy Type:Economic Instruments>Fiscal/financial incentives>Feed-in tariffs/premiums, Economic Instruments>Fiscal/financial incentives>Tax relief, Economic Instruments>Fiscal/financial incentives>Taxes, Policy Support>Strategic planning, Regulatory Instruments>Other mandatory requirements
Policy Target:Multiple RE Sources, Bioenergy>Co-firing with fossil fuels, Hydropower, Wind, Bioenergy
Policy Sector:Electricity
Agency:Regulatory Commission for Energy of Republic of Srpska
URL:http://www.reers.ba/sites/default/files/Pravilnik_o_podsticanju.pdf
URL:http://www.reers.ba
Legal References:Official Gazette RS No.128 /11
Funding:Funding of incentives is provided from the tariff of the consumed energy.
Description:

The Rule Book’s goal is to stimulate an increase of electricity generation from renewable sources, promote efficient cogeneration and increase their participation in gross final consumption of electricity in Republic of Srpska on the basis of provisions enclosed in “Decree on generation and consumption of electricity from renewable sources and cogeneration in Republic of Srpska”.                 

For electricity generation from renewable sources and for efficient cogeneration the Rule Book outlines as follows:

  • benefits of connection to the grid;
  • rules of preferential access to the network (dispatch);
  • rule of compulsory purchase of electricity;
  • guaranteed repurchase price ( feed-in  tariff);
  • right to the premium for the consumption of electricity for own use or sold in the market.

Producers of electricity from renewable sources and producers of efficient cogeneration are, in accordance with the provisions of these Regulations, eligible to benefit from one or more of the above-mentioned incentives if they: 1) generate electricity using renewable energy sources in an economically appropriate manner and with  protection of the environment, as follows:

  • hydro power plants up to 10 MW
  • solid biomass power plants up to10 MW
  • plant on farm biogas power up to1 MW   
  • wind farms and solar power from photovoltaic cells

2) generate electricity in an efficient cogeneration plant up to 30 MW;

Size of incentives is determined by the “Decision on the amount of the fee to encourage electricity generation from renewable energy sources  and the efficient cogeneration”.

Related policies:Decision on the amount of the feed-in prices and premiums for generation of electricity from RES and in efficient co-generation, Republic of Srpska , Decision on the amount of the fee to encourage electricity generation from renewable energy sources and efficient co-generation, Republic of Srpska , Decree on generation and consumption of electricity from renewable sources and cogeneration in Republic of Srpska

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