Public call for registration of electricity generation projects from RES and CHP

Public call for registration of electricity generation projects from RES and CHP

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March 1, 2018






March 1, 2018





The Slovenian Energy Agency has announced a Public call for submission of projects for production facilities for electricity production from renewable sources (RES) and high-efficiency cogeneration (CHP), for entering the support scheme.

The subject of this public invitation is the selection of projects for new or renewed production facilities for RES and CHP.

For electricity generated by these devices, manufacturers will be entitled to obtain support, thus EUR 10 million has been allocated for these purposes. These funds are intended for investors who will support annual production of electricity from proposed RES and CHP projects.

When applying, eligible investors are asked to offer the price in EUR/MWh of electricity produced in chosen production facility as well as to indicate the planned annual quantity of produced electricity in MWh.

Project registration deadline in April 10, 2018.

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