The future of wind farms will be unveiled next year
The transmission system operator Slovenska Elektrizacna Prenosova Sustava is still working on a study which will set caps limits for the installed capacity of the new electricity sources. The construction of wind farms and large solar power plants in Slovakia has been stopped for now.
The future of the new wind farms and large solar power plants in Slovakia is in question. The transmission system operator Slovenska Elektrizacna Prenosova Sustava (SEPS) in still working on a study which will set caps for the installed capacity of the new electricity sources connected to the distribution networks. The situation experienced six years ago when SEPS stopped issuing permission to receive a certificate for the construction of wind power sources from the economy ministry is now repeating. Later, solar power plants followed wind parks. We should find out whether competent authorities will allow some construction of energy sources in the first half of the next year. The head of the communication department at SEPS, Norbert Deak, informed the portal vEnergetike.sk that in regards to the seriousness and complexity of this matter, the methodology and results of the first stage of the study completed in the first quarter of 2015 are being updated.
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