Representatives of the National Anti-Crisis Headquarters of renewables, UAWE, the Association of Solar Energy of Ukraine, the Assembly of Nationalities of Ukraine appealed to the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, Chairman for Housing and Public Utilities Andriy Gerus and the deputies of Ukraine with a request to take into account 17 proposed amendments to the draft law No. 3658 “On amendments to some Ukrainian laws regarding the improvement of the conditions for supporting the production of electric energy from alternative energy sources. ”
“We are participants in the round table... we recognize the significant progress made by the government in resolving the problems of the renewable energy industry and in finding ways to pay off debt to producers ... that has formed over the past few months. At the same time, we want to note that the draft Law “On Amending Certain Laws of Ukraine regarding the Improvement of the Conditions for Supporting the Production of Electric Energy from Alternative Energy Sources”, designed to resolve the market crisis, is especially biased against producers of electricity from solar radiation energy,” the message says.
In particular, given the proposed level of reduction of the green tariff for SPPs, which were put into operation from July 1, 2015 to December 31, 2019, investors are proposing to extend the validity period of the green tariff for 2 years.
Recall that direct and indirect foreign investors believe that the provisions of the Memorandum signed with the Cabinet are not a satisfactory compromise for all participants in the renewable energy market.
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