The Senate Extraordinary Committee for Climate will recommend the rejection of the amendment to the act on renewable energy sources and some other acts, establishing new rules of support for prosumers.
In the opinion of senators from the committee, this amendment does not implement the EU RED2 directive (Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) 2018/2001 of December 11, 2018 on the promotion of the use of energy from renewable sources), limits the possibilities for the development of the photovoltaic industry and changes the method of settlement for electricity to the detriment of prosumers.
Senators also pointed out that the provisions of the act would not lead to protection against overloads of low voltage grids, on the contrary – private investors would set up installations with too high power for their actual needs to make them economically viable.
Photovoltaics with changes from April 1, 2022? Senate committee against
The amendment, the draft of which was submitted by a parliamentarian, is to contribute to the use of prosumer energy support by groups of energy recipients that have not been able to do so so far, by introducing regulations on “collective renewable energy prosumer” and “virtual renewable energy prosumer”.
In addition, it clarifies regulations in relation to which interpretation doubts have been identified or which are implemented in various ways by market participants, and also introduces improvements in the operation and promotion of the prosumption system. It also allows prosumers of renewable energy to use an installation that is not owned by them and that can be managed by a third party, who, however, is subject to their instructions.
The Sejm has adopted a law on photovoltaics. There is a change of key terms