Feed Laws

Slovenia Feed Law

Large-scale PV finds footing in Slovenia

August 17, 2021,   by Emiliano Bellini

Slovenia's total installed PV capacity stood at just 267 MW by the end of 2020, on new annual additions of just 3 MW. Most of its existing capacity comes from rooftop PV installed in 2012 (122 MW),...

Category: Slovenia FIT

Slovenia Wind Power Market Report 2017

January 14, 2018,   by Jerzy Dziedziczak

In Slovenia, electricity from renewable sources is promoted through a feed-in tariff (so called "guaranteed purchase") and a premium tariff (so called "operating premium"), both granted through a...

Category: Slovenia FIT

EC approves Slovenia's move to renewable energy tenders

October 11, 2016,   by Plamena Tisheva

Projects below 500 kW in Slovenia can continue to receive a feed-in tariff (FiT). Operators of bigger systems will offer the produced power on the market and get a premium on top of the market price.

Category: Slovenia FIT

Slovenia FIT Update 2013

September 18, 2013,   by Paul Gipe

Through mid-summer 2013, the Slovenian FIT program had installed 3,200 plants with a combined capacity of 460 MW in the nation of two million inhabitants. In the first half of 2013, 50 MW were added,...[more]

Category: Slovenia FIT

Slovenian Feed-in Support System for Electricity from RES and High-efficiency CHP

July 31, 2013,  

On 30.6.2013 the feed-in system included 3190 power plants with a combined installed capacity of 461 MWe (this figure includes the TE-TOL CHP power plant with an installed capacity of 113 MWe).

Category: Slovenia FIT

Useful Tips for Small Power Plant Construction For the production of electricity from renewable energy sources and the cogeneration of heat and power

July 1, 2013,  

This document includes all the information needed by a potential investor for the realisation of their business idea, from the initial activities to the final project implementation.

Category: Slovenia FIT

Borzen, Slovenian power market operator release data on FIT program

March 21, 2013,  

The Slovenian Feed-in scheme is managed by Borzen, the Slovenian power market operator. A the end of 2012 there were 2543 power plants included with a combined installed capacity of 375 MW. This...

Category: Slovenia FIT

Determination of the level of support for electricity generated from RES and CHP and the level of support in 2013

March 1, 2013,  

Guaranteed purchase means that a power plant enters the Centre for RES/CHP support’s balance group that operates within Borzen. In such a case the beneficiary sells electricity to the Centre for...

Category: Slovenia FIT

Slovenia 2011 FIT Update

March 31, 2011,   by Paul Gipe

  By late 2010 Slovenia's regulatory authority was reporting that the country's feed-in tariffs had resulted in contracts for 1,100 MW of new renewable energy development, mostly hydro. In 2010,...[more]

Category: Slovenia FIT

Slovenian Feed in Tariffs in Place

July 22, 2010,   by Paul Gipe

10 MW of PV Possible in 2010[more]

Category: Slovenia FIT

Slovenia to Launch Sophisticated System of Feed-in Tariffs in 2009

July 16, 2009,   by Paul Gipe

  Slovenia, the first independent country recognized after the breakup of Yugoslavia, was expected to launch a sophisticated system of feed-in tariffs on July 12, 2009. However, the program has been...[more]

Category: Slovenia FIT

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