Regulation on Incentive Fees to Promote Electricity Production from REs and cogeneration

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Last updated: 1 March 2018

All electricity customers shall pay the incentive fee for electricity production from renewable energy sources and cogeneration.

The incentive fee shall be specified on the electricity bill, as well as other fees according to the Energy Act.

The incentive fee is collected through usual electricity payments, hence from tariff customers through money order of HEP-Operator and from eligible customers by their suppliers.

The amount on electricity bills due to incentive fee is 0.035 kn per kilowatt-hour (kn/kWh) + VAT, according to the Ordice on the Amendments to the Ordice on Fees for Incentivizing Electricity Production from Renewable Energy Sources and Cogeneration from 2013.

The exceptions are electricity customers who are payers of obtaining a permit for greenhouse gas emissions, for them, incentive fee is 0.005 kn per kilowatt-hour (kn/kWh) + VAT.

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