Balkan Green Energy News
Slovenia temporarily freed small business customers and households from the obligation to pay for the support to producers of power from renewable sources and high-efficiency cogeneration. Additionally, the network charge has been significantly lowered, also as a response to the outbreak of COVID-19.
As part of the emergency measures to mitigate the impact of the coronavirus epidemic and maintain the financial stability of Slovenia, the new government suspended charging households and small enterprises for the support the state gives to producers of power from renewable sources and high-efficiency cogeneration. In the decree, it revealed the exemption, officially for the low voltage category, would last for three months until the end of May.
The cabinet of Prime Minister Janez Janša said the electricity bills in the said class would decrease by one fifth on average. Cogeneration is the combined production of heat and power or CHP.
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