Country:Greece
Year:2010
Policy status:In Force
Jurisdiction:National
Date Effective:2010
Policy Type:Economic Instruments>Fiscal/financial incentives>Taxes, Economic Instruments>Fiscal/financial incentives>Feed-in tariffs/premiums
Policy Target:Multiple RE Sources
Policy Sector:Electricity
Size of Plant Targeted:Small, Small and Large
Legal References:Tariffs included in the Renewable Energy law 3851
Description:

The 2010 Renewable Energy Law also includes a complete set of feed-in tariffs set up for electricity generated from various renewable energy sources. Such tariffs modify the 2009 tariffs established for electricity from solar PV plants and implemented tariffs for other sources.

Feed-in tariffs applicable to producers of photovoltaic electricity from 2011 to 2014: 2011:

 

  • - Tariff allocated to interconnected applications no bigger than 100kW is EUR 372, 83/MW in February, EUR 351,01 in August
  • - Tariff allocated to interconnected applications of 100kW and above is EUR 419, 43/MW in February and EUR 394, 89 in August, and EUR 419, 43 for non-interconnected plants. 2012:
  • - Tariff allocated to interconnected applications no bigger than 100kW is EUR 333, 81/MW in February, EUR 314, 27 in August
  • - Tariff allocated to interconnected applications of 100kW and above is EUR 375, 54/MW in February and EUR 353, 55 in August, and EUR 353, 55 for non-interconnected plants. 2013
  • - Tariff allocated to interconnected applications no bigger than 100kW is EUR 298, 87/MW in February, EUR 281, 38 in August - Tariff allocated to interconnected applications of 100kW and above is EUR 326, 23/MW in February and EUR 316, 55 in August, and EUR 316, 55 for non-interconnected plants. 2014
  • - Tariff allocated to interconnected applications no bigger than 100kW is EUR 268, 94/MW in February, EUR 260, 97 in August
  • - Tariff allocated to interconnected applications of 100kW and above is EUR 302, 56/MW in February and EUR 293, 59 in August, and EUR 293, 59 for non-interconnected plants.

 

These tariffs will be reviewed and adjusted if needed every year.

Tariffs applicable to other renewable energies decline as follows:

Wind: - For installations with capacity no larger than 50 kW: EUR 250/MWh. - For onshore installations with a capacity over 50kW: EUR 87.85/MWh for interconnected systems and EUR 99.45/MWh for Non interconnected islands.

 

Solar: - For solar photovoltaic installations up to 10kW peak on residences and small businesses (as governed by the special legislation): EUR 87.85/MWh - For energy from solar thermal stations: EUR 264.85/MWh - For energy from solar thermal stations that use storage system and provide at least two hours of operation at the nominal load: EUR 284.85

Geothermal: - For energy from low temperature geothermal stations: EUR 150/MWh

Biomass: - For energy from stations with capacity of 1MW or less: EUR 200/MWh - For energy from stations with capacity over 1MW and 5MW or less: EUR 175/MWh - For energy from stations with capacity over 5MW: EUR 150/MWh

Landfill gases: - For energy from landfill gases and sewage biological treatment gases and biogases of 2MW or less: EUR 120/MWh - Landfill gases and sewage biological treatment gases and biogases over 2MW: EUR 99.45/MWh

Biogas: - For energy from biogas which originates from biomass of 3MW or less: EUR 220/MWh - For energy from biogas which originates from biomass over 3MW: EUR 200/MWh Other renewable energy sources: EUR 87.85/MWh if interconnected system and EUR 99.45/MWh if non-interconnected.

This record supersedes:Feed-in tariff for Solar PV

Last modified: Wed, 15 May 2013 17:52:58 CEST