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Revision of Incentive Regulation Ordinance

After the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy launched its consultation on the proposed revision of the Incentive Regulation Ordinance (ARegV), it is now looking at the comments. For the most part, the revision shall bring changes for distributions system operators, encouraging modernisation of the distribution grid to make it better suited to deal with increasing amounts of renewable energy. Continue reading ‘Revision of Incentive Regulation Ordinance’

Premier of Saxony Demands Nationwide Uniform Electricity Grid Charges

In view of the German energy policy shift (Energiewende) that aims to replace conventional power largely by renewable power, Saxony’s state premier Stanislaw Tillich demands nationwide uniform grid charges in place of the current system of regionally differing charges, which puts structurally weak areas at a disadvantage, the newspaper BIZZ energy today writes.

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