The Parliamentary Committee for Industries and Services in the Chamber of Deputies led by Iulian Iancu proposed that solar power producers should get more green certificates for the electricity they produce starting from 2021.
Solar power producers initially received six green certificates but in 2012, the Government decided to reduce the number of certificates to four and to postpone the rest to 2017. Then, the Government made another decision that postponed the granting of the remaining two green certificates to end-2024 and proposed they should be granted in equal monthly tranches between 2025 and 2030. However, the Industry and Services Committee proposed that solar power producers should start receiving the full amount of six green certificates for each MWh of electricity they produce starting 2021.
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