Country:Spain
Year:2009
Policy status:In Force
Jurisdiction:National
Date Effective:2009
Policy Type:Regulatory Instruments
Renewable Energy Policy Targets:Wind, Bioenergy, Biomass for power, Geothermal, Power, Multiple RE Sources, Power, Ocean, Solar, Solar Thermal
Policy Sector:Electricity
Size of Plant Targeted:Large
Climate Change Policy Targets:Energy Sector, Electricity Generation, Renewable, Wind, Energy Sector, Electricity Generation, Renewable, Energy Sector, Electricity Generation, Renewable, Bioenergy, Energy Sector, Electricity Generation, Renewable, Geothermal, Energy Sector, Electricity Generation, Renewable, Hydropower, Energy Sector, Electricity Generation, Renewable, Solar Thermal, Energy Sector, Electricity Generation, Renewable, Ocean
Agency:Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Commerce
URL:http://www.boe.es/buscar/pdf/2009/BOE-A-2009-7581-consolidado.pdf
Legal References:Royal Decree Act 6/2009 of 30 April
Renewable Energy Description:

Starting in May 2009, future renewable energy power projects must be pre-registered before they can eligible to receive feed-in tariffs. The provision does not apply to solar photovoltaic facilities. In order to be registered, a planned facility must meet all regulatory and administrative requirements, including building permits, provisions for transportation and distribution, grid access, and have adequate funding to cover at least 50% of investment costs. A financial guarantee also needs to be deposited with the Directorate General for Energy Policy and Mines, in the amount of EUR 20/kW, and of EUR 100/kW in the case of solar thermal technology.

Climate Change Description:

Starting in May 2009, future renewable energy power projects must be pre-registered before they can eligible to receive feed-in tariffs. The provision does not apply to solar photovoltaic facilities. In order to be registered, a planned facility must meet all regulatory and administrative requirements, including building permits, provisions for transportation and distribution, grid access, and have adequate funding to cover at least 50% of investment costs. A financial guarantee also needs to be deposited with the Directorate General for Energy Policy and Mines, in the amount of EUR 20/kW, and of EUR 100/kW in the case of solar thermal technology.

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