The Czech Energy Regulatory Office sets, in its Price Decree
7/2011, the feed in tariff and green bonuses for electricity
generated from renewable resources in 2012.
The prices for electricity generated by the new
renewable facilities in 2012 have decreased in comparison to 2011
(with the exception of the tariffs for hydro-generated electricity
which have slightly increased). The prices for electricity produced
in existing renewable facilities (put into operation prior to 2012)
will rise by 2 percent.
The following feed in tariff / green bonuses (in
CZK/MWh, without VAT) will be applicable for electricity from
renewable resources (from new facilities put into operation in
Small hydroelectric power stations – 3,190 /
Electricity generation by burning biomass – 4,580 /
Electricity generation by burning biogas with effective use of
generated heat – 4,120 / 3,070;
Electricity generation by burning biogas without effective use
of generated heat – 3,550 / 2,500;
Electricity generation from landfill gas – 2,580 /
Electricity generation using wing energy – 2,230 /
Electricity generation using geothermal energy –
4,500 / 3,450;
Electricity generation using solar radiation in plants with
output up to 30kW – 6,160 / 5,080.
The full wording of the Price Decree 7/2011 is
(If you have any problems opening or printing the pdf file above,
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Pursuant to the current Act on the Promotion of Use of Renewable
Resources the feed in tariff shall ensure return of investment in
renewable facilities within 15 years.
Please note that the approval procedure for the new
law on renewable energy sources (Act on Supported Energy Sources)
has not yet been completed. The new Act should become effective
from 1 January 2013.
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