The Landlord-to-Tet Electricity Act 2017

Source: IEA/IRENA Renewables Policies Database
Last updated: 9 October 2019

The Landlord-to-Tet Electricity Act 2017 allows tets to profit directly from the energy transition and creates new incentives for expanding solar energy generation in Germany. The goal of landlord-to-tet electricity funding is to help tets participate directly in the energy transition and to provide additional incentives for installing solar power on residential buildings. Landlord-to-tet electricity is power that is generated in solar PV installations on the roof of a residential building and that is delivered to end-users, in particular tets of the building or of residential buildings and other buildings in the immediate vicinity without being transmitted through the power grid. The power not used by tets is fed into the municipal power grid and compensation is paid for this power

Want to know more about this policy ? Learn moreLearn more