From pv journal in France
The French authorities has determined to withdraw a measure it launched in November 2020 to resume FIT contracts signed between 2006 and 2010 for PV vegetation above 250 kW.
Following orders from the French Council of State on January 26, the federal government introduced its choice to reverse retroactive cuts in solar energy tariffs. The federal government’s motion was prompted by its failure to inform the European Fee of decrease tariffs, if essential, as emphasised by the Council of State.
Regardless of the duty to tell Brussels in regards to the new tariffs, the federal government selected not to take action attributable to issues that it may hurt different incentive applications which are concurrently beneath assessment by the European Fee. The federal government fears that the sector’s support mechanisms could possibly be invalidated if all of the measures had been introduced collectively.
The step change impacts 436 solar energy vegetation. This permits the homeowners to obtain the initially agreed full tariffs established within the contracts signed between 2006 and 2010, which offer extra feed-in tariffs (FITs).
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