Addressing solar and wind energy, a hot spot for foreign investment, the Rada is to  review today a draft bill that would start in 2020 an auction system for ‘green energy.’
Thursday, December 6, 2018

Addressing solar and wind energy, a hot spot for foreign investment, the Rada is to review today a draft bill that would start in 2020 an auction system for ‘green energy.’

Addressing solar and wind energy, a hot spot for foreign investment, the Rada is to review today a draft bill that would start in 2020 an auction system for ‘green energy.’ Under the bill, approved Tuesday by the Rada energy committee, the tariff for solar power would drop by 25% in 2020, followed by annual decreases of 2.5% through 2023. For wind, the ‘green tariff’ would be cut by 10%, followed by annual decreases of 1.5% through 2023. ProZorro plans to hold pilot auctions next year.

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