|July 2011 and after||up to 100kW and placed on a building =$0.3499/MWh||15 years|
Update Apr 01, 2013
The reduction up to 30kWp will now come into force 1 July 2013. Furthermore, the FiT for installations up to 100kWp is US$0.156 and for rooftop installations the FiT has been set at US$0.218.
The Slovak Parliament has approved an amendment to the renewable energy law that reduces the support for PV systems up to 30kW. The new amendment, that will come into force in March 2013.
Producers of electricity generated from solar energy installations can benefit from:
(i) the feed-in tariff
(ii) an assumption of liability for deviation.
The amount of the feed-in tariff varies depending on the installation’s installed capacity and the year in which the installation is put into operation. Until 1 April 2011 installations with installed capacity of up to 10 MW could benefit from the feed-in tariffs. However, as a result of the Amendment to the Act on Promotion of Renewable Energy Sources, effective as of 1 April 2011 (the “RES Amendment”) the promotion of solar energy decreased significantly, and currently applies only to installations with installed capacity of up to 100 kW that are located on a building