The Non Conventional Renewable Energy (NCRE) target of 10% of generation by 2015 was established as a policy target by the government. One of the unique features in the NCRE sector is that the majority of generation plants are managed by the private sector. To sustain such investments and to attract more investment into the sector, a fair return should be available through NCRE tariffs. However, it should be noted that finally, it is the electricity consumer that pays the purchase price of electricity. The PUCSL is duty bound to protect the interests of the electricity consumer. Therefore feed in tariffs are finalized the Commission through the public consultation process.
- Cost based, technology specific NCRE Tariff effective from 01/01/2012 until further notice
- Non Conventional Renewable Energy Tariff Announcement 2012 -2013
- Decision on Non Conventional Renewable Energy Purchase Tariff 2012 -2013
- The Commission’s Position on Stakeholder Comments on NCRE Purchase Tariff Proposal 2012-2013
- Consultation Document on NCRE Feed In Tariffs for 2012-2013
- Detailed Calculations and Model used for NCRE Tariffs 2012-2013