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Regulation on green power purchase.

Country
Type of law
Regulation
Source

Abstract
This Regulation of the Minister of Economy, which is composed of seven Paragraphs, establishes that the power company involved in the turnover of electric energy or heat is obliged to purchase, in compliance with the conditions hereby defined, regardless of the amount of installed power and relevantly to the scope of economical activities conducted, the electric energy or heat acquired from non conventional and renewable sources connected to the common grid, particularly the electric energy or heat acquired from: hydroelectric power plants; wind turbines; biogas, particularly if acquired from: animal waste processing installations, sewage treatment plants, municipal waste dumps; biomass; bio-fuel; solar photo-voltaic cells; heat-producing solar energy collectors; geothermal heat. The power company involved in the transmission and distribution of heat is obliged to purchase the heat acquired from non conventional and renewable power sources connected to the heat network managed by the particular company if: the transmitted heat is not a subject to turnover; the amount of heat offered for sale had not been purchased in total by the power company involved in the turnover of heat transmitted by the particular network.
Date of text
Entry into force notes
The Regulation entered into force on the day when Poland became a member of the European Union.
Repealed
No
Serial Imprint
Journal of Laws 2000 No. 122 Pos. 1336.
Source language

English

Legislation status
in force
Legislation Amendment
No
Original title
Rozporzadzenie w sprawie zakupu energii ze zrodel niekonwencjonalnych i odnawialnych.
Implements