Energy newsletter: Serbia — July 2013
On 16 July 2013, the Serbian Ministry of Energy finally adopted the official model power purchase agreement (PPA) and preliminary power purchase agreement (preliminary PPA), based on which privileged power producers will be able to utilise incentives for green electricity (i.e. the feed-in tariff).
The PPA and the preliminary PPA have been adopted months after the first drafts were prepared and published by the Ministry of Energy in March this year. Months of vivid discussions among stakeholders to get the best possible models (specifically in terms of bankability) took place…
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