Slovenia launches procedure to allocate incentives for electricity generation from renewables and CHP

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September 7, 2017






September 7, 2017





Slovenian Energy Agency has published a public call for the selection of projects eligible to receive incentives for electricity production from renewable energy sources and high-efficiency co-generation (CHP) facilities.

Projects of new, mainly new and renewed facilities that produce electricity from renewable sources or high-efficiency co-generation (CHP) are entitled to participate and apply for support.

In the application, the investor has to offer a price of electricity in EUR/MWh and indicate in MWh the planned annual quantity of electricity produced in the facility.

According to the public invitation, the total amount of available funds for subsidies for electricity produced from renewables and CHP is EUR 10 million. The funds will be allocated in the procedure that consists of two-cycles.

The deadline for submitting applications is November 6, 2017.

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