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New Direct Marketing Peak for Renewables

The four transmission system operators 50Hertz, Amprion, TenneT and EnBW have published new figures on direct marketing quantities for renewables. They show that the direct marketing total – after a decline in April 2015 – has increased in the first half of 2015 by 6.9% to 48,627.12 MW in July.

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Article on 2014 German Renewable Energy Sources Act Revision Published

Our article “The 2014 German Renewable Act revision – from feed-in tariffs to direct marketing to competitive bidding” has just been published online in the Journal of Energy & Natural Resources Law (JENRL). On 16 pages (with lots of footnotes), the article describes the major changes to the German support system for renewable energy sources following the 2014 revision of the German Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG 2014).

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Information on Direct Marketing of Renewable Power in 2014 by TSOs – Highest Degree for Wind Power

An overview on direct marketing of renewable power by the operators in 2014 published by the four German transmission system operators (TSOs) shows that onshore wind power output has been mostly sold directly by operators and offshore wind power to a large extent by December 2014. Under the Renewable Energy Sources Act 2012 (EEG 2012) and the EEG 2014 that became effective as of 1 August 2014, operators can claim a market premium in addition to the sales revenue obtained (cf. Section 34 EEG 2014).

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Updated Pages for Feed-in Tariffs/Marketing Premium Basis for 2014

In light of the new EEG 2014, we have added two pages with the 2014 feed-in tariffs. One is showing the figures from the EEG 2012 for January to July 2014, and the other the EEG 2014 figures from August 2014 onwards.

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EEG 2.0: Cabinet Adopts Renewables Law Amendment Bill – Agreement with Brussels on EEG Surcharge Reductions for Industry

In line with the schedule set by Energy Minister Sigmar Gabriel (SPD), the government today adopted today the bill amending the Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG). It is officially intended to cut costs for the support renewables as of 1 August 2014 by subjecting renewable energy sources to market forces to a greater extent, while ensuring continued renewable growth. The bill does not yet contain provisions on EEG reductions for energy-intensive industries, which had been discussed with the Commission in Brussels. Agreement had been reached late last night, Minister Gabriel informed.

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2013 German Election Energy Party Profiles – Part 1: Market Integration of Power Generation from Renewable Energies

In the face of the upcoming federal elections on 22 September 2013, we are analyzing the competing parties’ agendas on key questions concerning German energy politics. The topic of this first post is the question how the parties want to integrate renewable energy into the energy market and therewith expose the production of renewable energy to market risks.

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Bundestag Environment Committee Passes Ordinance Cutting Management Premium for Wind and Solar Power

The Environment Committee of the German Bundestag (Parliament) followed a government decision of late August and approved an ordinance that cuts the management premium pursuant the Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG) for  solar and wind power as of 1 January 2013.

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Government Passes Ordinance Cutting Management Premium for Wind and Solar Power

Yesterday the government passed an ordinance that cuts the management premium pursuant the Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG) for  for solar and wind power as of 1 January 2013.

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Draft Bill for Reduction of the Management Premium published by BMU

On 20 July 2012, the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (Bundesumweltministerium, BMU) published a draft „Ordinance regarding the amount of management premium for electricity from wind energy and solar energy”. This draft contains a reduction of management premium for wind (onshore and offshore) and solar energy.

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