Greece: Small-scale solar projects get deadline extensions, SEE Energy News
Small-scale solar investors have until 30 October to put their projects into operation in order to secure 65.74 euros/MWh tariff.
Greek Ministry of Energy will grant deadline extensions to investors developing small-scale solar projects awarded non-auction tariffs and RES projects that have secured their tariffs through auctions, due to delays cause by the coronavirus pandemic.
The draft law is already in preparation and it should be soon sent to the Parliament for ratification before the current deadline expires on 30 April. Solar projects awarded non-auction tariffs should receive a six-month deadline extensions, while RES projects that have secured their tariffs through auctions should expect a 10-month extension.
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