Energy in the Balkans: recent news highlights
In December of last year, the Serbian Transmission System Operator amended the Grid Code. These amendments did not substantially change the code, but did introduce changes in:
- technical conditions for connecting to the grid, including specific conditions for connecting generating units, and
- access to the grid.
Almost a year after it adopted the Energy Law, the government has still not issued new renewables regulations, including a new feed-in tariff, missing its deadline by more than seven months. The current feed-in tariff is set to expire at the end of 2012. The Government has also not appointed an entity to be in charge of the mandatory take-off of electricity (the energy it is required to purchase) under a feed-in tariff system. The law requires it to do so by October 2012…
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