The professionals of renewables have shown their contentment following the validation, by the european Commission, eu support schemes for various sectors, as well as the launch of the tender land-based wind farms by the minister of the Environment.
“Three major texts, and very expected by the professionals of the renewable energies have been published this morning in the Official Journal“, announces the renewable energies Syndicate (SER). Following the agreement of the european Commission, three support devices have been validated for wind farms (farms 6 masts or less), the solar photovoltaic (installations less than 100 kwp) and biogas from wastewater treatment plants.
Facilities that can benefit from contracts for the purchase of electricity and/or supplements to compensation, which will give more visibility to the actors of these sectors to start their projects. Jean-Louis Bal, president of SER, says : “The rise of renewable power, in particular onshore wind, solar pv and biogas, is today reinforced by the implementation of these new tools as if there was recently engaged Ségolène Royal“. The manager is then sent to the future government to “continue the strategy of development” of these chains “based on the arrangements put in place by the minister“. A way of asking the maintenance teams in place, and advocate for the continuity of their action.
In addition, the minister launched a call for tender for the parks of seven wind turbines for a total volume of 3,000 MW spread over three years. Again, the SER shows his satisfaction : “With this tender, and order additional remuneration published today, the economic framework of the wind energy sector, which has undergone tweaks since a few years, is now finally stabilised“.