An answer to the question about the expansion of the existing installation with another installation connected in the same place that does not use the support system appeared on the ERO website. Investors who are beneficiaries of the certificates of origin system have doubts – one connection point, two installations.

As explained by the Energy Regulatory Office, in the case of participation in the system of certificates of origin, there is no requirement for a given renewable energy source installation to have a separate set of devices for outputting power to the power grid only from this installation (unlike installations applying to the auction support system and tariff systems / guaranteed premium – FIT / FIP systems – there is such a requirement).

It follows that the legal status in force does not exclude a situation in which units entitled to use the support systems with certificates of origin will somehow “share” the evacuation of power to the power grid.

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