Solar payments set to increase by 55 percent
Anyone with a photovoltaic system will likely get a better pay next year. This was announced by the Association of Independent Energy Producers.
The basics in brief
- There should be better compensation next year for PV owners.
- According to the Association of Independent Energy Producers, it will increase by about 55 percent.
According to the Association of Independent Energy Producers, owners of photovoltaic systems will get better salaries next year. Prices paid for grid-fed solar will rise 55 percent to 15.5 centimeters per kilowatt-hour, the association announced.
The Association of Independent Energy Producers (Vese) has made a preliminary assessment of the payments already announced by the 30 largest grid operators in Switzerland, as described in a press release on Wednesday.
He welcomes the fact that solar energy is finally being developed as a “reliable and environmentally friendly pillar for national renewable energy production”.
However, Vese regrets that this increase will be carried from network operators to consumers and that electricity prices will continue to rise. According to the association, producers do not need “more than 8 to 12 centimeters per kilowatt hour” to cover their investment. So the association has proposed a model that “ensures long-term financing of national solar power plants without increasing costs to consumers.”
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