The President of the Energy Regulatory Office announced the first auctions in 2019 for the sale of electricity from renewable energy sources.

According to the schedule provided by the Energy Regulatory Office, the auctions will take place on November 25 and 26 and on December 2, 3 and 4 this year.

Electricity producers in renewable energy sources installations who have obtained confirmation of submitting the declaration referred to in Art. 71 section 4 of the RES Act can participate in auctions with:

1. existing installations with an installed electrical capacity of more than 1 MW:

  • using only biogas obtained from waste landfills, including high-efficiency cogeneration;
  • using only biogas obtained from sewage treatment plants, including high-efficiency cogeneration;
  • using only biogas other than obtained from waste landfills, treatment plants sewage or agricultural, including in high-efficiency cogeneration;
  • constituting dedicated biomass combustion installations, including high-efficiency cogeneration;
  • constituting hybrid systems, including high-efficiency cogeneration; constituting installations for thermal waste transformation, including high-efficiency cogeneration;
  • constituting dedicated multi-fuel combustion installations;

2. existing installations with an installed electrical capacity of more than 1 MW using exclusively agricultural biogas for electricity generation, including high-efficiency cogeneration,

3. existing installations with an installed electrical capacity of not more than 1 MW:

  • using only hydropower to generate electricity;
  • using only bioliquids to generate electricity;
  • using only geothermal energy to generate electricity;
  • using only offshore wind energy to generate electricity;

4. existing installations with an installed electrical capacity of not more than 1 MW using exclusively agricultural biogas for electricity generation, including high-efficiency cogeneration;

5. existing installations with an installed electrical capacity of not more than 1 MW:

  • using only biogas obtained from waste landfills, including high-efficiency cogeneration;
  • using only biogas obtained from sewage treatment plants, including high-efficiency cogeneration;
  • using only biogas other than obtained from waste landfills and sewage treatment plants, including high-efficiency cogeneration; constituting dedicated installations combustion of biomass, including high-efficiency cogeneration;
  • constituting hybrid systems, including high-efficiency cogeneration;
  • constituting installations for thermal waste transformation, including high-efficiency cogeneration;
  • constituting dedicated multi-fuel combustion installations;

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