Getting a green fare

“Green tariff” is the price per kilowatt hour, at which the state is obliged to buy electricity generated from renewable sources (solar, wind power plants). That is, for producers of “green” energy, the state is a guaranteed buyer and a sales market for the entire amount of electricity produced by solar power plants. In Ukraine, “Green Tariff” was legally introduced in 2009. From 2015 to 2030, its value is legally pegged to the euro. From 2017 to 2019, one kilowatt hour of electricity for private roofed SES is estimated at € 0.18, from 2020 to 2024 – € 0.16, and from 2025 to 2030 – € 0.14. Obtaining a green tariff allows roof solar power plants to pay off much faster than the general tariff adopted in Energorynok.

The idea of ​​preferential tariffs was first implemented in the United States in 1978, when President Jimmy Carter signed the National Energy Act and the Public Utilities Regulatory Policy Act. The purpose of these laws was to promote energy conservation and the development of new types of energy resources, including renewable energy sources such as wind and solar energy.

The emergence of a green tariff is the path of our country to energy independence and contribution to the global struggle to reduce CO2 emissions, cleanse our planet as a whole.

The procedure for obtaining green tariff

Our team has gained considerable experience in obtaining the green tariff for SES on the roofs of private households and industrial facilities.

Getting a green fare consists of several stages:

– Design work.
– Purchase of necessary equipment.
– Installation of solar power.
– Application to the power company.
– Opening a current bank account in the bank.
– Installation of electricity meter.
– Conclusion of a contract with the power company on the sale of electricity.
– Connect the green tariff.
Our highly qualified specialists will assist and assist you at every stage of your obtaining the Green Tariff.


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