Sun, Oct. 30, 2011

Regressive Tariffs: Solar Feed-In Sales

CK - Washington.   Solar energy tariffs paid by energy concerns are about to be lowered by 15% due to the successful adoption of solar energy in Germany. The agency responsible for the oversight of various grids and nets, Bundesnetzagentur, announced a new table for feed-in tariffs that apply to the purchase of solarly-generated electrical power from non-traditional installations. The trigger for the tariff regression is the fact that increases in production capacity now exceed 5200 megawatts. A German energy blog discusses the details in English. Presently, 20% of German energy needs are met by renewable energy. The rate change will become effective on January 1, 2011.


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