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Bulgaria Feed Law

Bulgaria plans to introduce FITs for solar systems up to 30 kW

June 3, 2020,   by Emiliano Bellini

The government is considering a €0.12/kWh feed-in tariff for PV installations with a generation capacity of up to 5 kW and of €0.10 for 5-30 kW systems. If implemented, the scheme will come into...

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Bulgaria to abolish electricity export tariff from 1 July

March 25, 2019,  

Bulgaria’s electricity export tariff will be abolished from 1 July, according to a draft proposal for energy law changes.

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Bulgaria to seek conversion of existing feed-in tariff contracts to feed-in premium

March 14, 2018,  

Bulgaria will seek to renegotiate long-term power purchase agreements (PPAs), including feed-in tariff contracts with renewable energy producers, obliging them to sell their entire electricity output...

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Bulgarian Supreme Court of Cassation streamlines the road for recovery of 2014 FiT cuts

December 28, 2017,   by Kostadin Sirleshtov and Assen Georgiev

Following the successful challenge, before the Bulgarian Constitutional Court, of the 20% cuts to the Feed-in Tariff (“FiT”) for PV and wind producers, renewable energy investors in Bulgaria are now...

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Sofia Globe: Bulgarian Constitutional Court repeals renewable energy tariff fee

July 31, 2014,  

inShare Bulgaria’s Constitutional Court said on July 31 that it has declared unconstitutional the provisions in the 2014 Budget Act that imposed a 20 per cent fee on the feed-in tariff paid to...

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Sofia Globe: Bulgarian President lodges constitutional challenge against renewable energy tariff fee

January 13, 2014,  

Bulgarian President Rossen Plevneliev has submitted a formal challenge to the country’s Constitutional Court, asking it to strike down the new fee on the feed-in tariff paid to solar and wind power...

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Sofia Globe: Bulgarian President to challenge renewable energy tariff fee at Constitutional Court

December 12, 2013,  

Bulgarian President Rossen Plevneliev said on December 12 that he would ask the Constitutional Court to rule on whether the 20 per cent fee on the feed-in tariff paid to solar and wind power...

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Bulgaria may be moving toward repairing a Photovoltaic feed-in tariff

January 4, 2011,  

According to the Bulgarian Photovoltaic Association (BPVA), on Oct. 27 the Ministry of Economy, Energy and Tourism (MEE) issued a draft proposal for a revised feed-in tariff. In an email response,...

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Bulgaria Raises Biomass Feed-in Tariffs

October 11, 2010,  

The State Water and Energy Regulatory Commission (SEWRC) in Bulgaria set a higher purchase price of electricity produced by biomass power plants running on wood and logging waste in Bulgaria with...

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Bulgaria FITs 2009

June 14, 2009,   by Paul Gipe


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