Renewable Policy Analysis – May, 2011

"This report includes policy updates on the major countries. There are 24 news stories covered in the report. In addition to it, following two articles are covered in detail: 1. Scheduling in the Indian Power Sector The Central Commission of Power has laid down the Indian Electricity Grid Code (IEGC) wherein it gives the rules to be followed by various participants in the system, encompassing all the utilities connected to Inter-State Transmission Systems (ISTS). It explains the relationship between the various users of the ISTS and facilitates optimal maintenance and coordination in the development of power markets, planning of the grid and development of renewable energy sources. IEGC was signed on April 28, 2010 and will apply to wind and solar power generators from January 1, 2011. Wind and solar facilities, in operation from April 2010 will have to abide by the rules and regulations stated under IEGC. 2. Italy – Amendments in Energy Bill (Conta Energia IV) Italy has recently revised the legislation governing the promotion of solar energy to encourage self sufficiency in the solar market and minimize the economic burden of promotional tariffs on individuals and businesses. The revised promotional schemes known as Conto Energia IV will become effective from the beginning of next month and will gradually reduce the current Feed-in Tariff (FIT) levels over the rest of the year until 2013; however in 2013 incentive levels will increase between 5-10 euro cents per kWh."


"Its scope includes –

Featured Articles: Analytical articles related to the impact of major policies on the renewable energy market.

Scheduling in the Indian Power Sector

The scope of the article includes introduction to Indian Electricity Grid Code (IEGC) in India and rules and regulations related to scheduling of power generated from wind and solar in India

Italy – Amendments in Energy Bill (Conta Energia IV)

The scope of the article includes the information on Italy Solar PV market and amendments made to feed-in tariffs (Conta Energia IV)."

Reasons to buy

"The “Renewable Policy Analysis” provides in depth study of the major renewable policy developments across the globe. It gives regulatory updates for the global renewable energy market which can help the individual/company frame their business strategies while minimizing regulatory risks.

Analyze the impact of changing regulations on the market movement

Scheduling in the Indian Power Sector – Provides insights on the rules and regulations for scheduling of power generated and calculation of Unsheduled Interchange (UI) charges.

Italy – Amendments in Energy Bill (Conta Energia IV) – The article elaborates amendments to feed-in tariffs (Conta Energia IV)"

Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents

1.1 List of Tables

1.2 List of Figures

2 Renewable Policy Analysis – May, 2011

3 Renewable Policy Analysis – May, 2011

3.1 Scheduling in the Indian Power Sector

3.1.1 Introduction

3.1.2 Indian Electricity Grid Code

3.1.3 Scheduling

3.1.4 Conclusion

3.2 Italy – Amendments in Energy Bill (Conta Energia IV)

3.2.1 Introduction

3.2.2 Conta Energia IV

3.3 Key News Highlights – Key Renewable Policy News Alerts of the Month

3.3.1 North America

3.3.2 Europe

3.3.3 Asia-Pacific

3.4 Appendix

3.4.1 Abbreviations

3.5 Methodology

3.6 Contact Us

3.7 Disclaimer"

List of Tables

Table 1: Feed-in Tariffs 2011, Italy (€/kWh)

Table 2: Feed-in Tariffs, Italy 2012-2016 (€/kWh)

Table 3: Subsidy & Capacity Cap in Italy

Table 4: Abbreviations"

List of Figures

Figure 1: Total Installed Capacity-India MW, (2000-2010)

Figure 2: Renewable Energy Progress, 6th-11th Five Year Plan (MW)

Figure 3: Architecture of Scheduling

Figure 4: Solar PV Annual Capacity, 2001-2010 (MW)

Figure 5: Growth in Solar PV Market, 2000-2020 (MW) "


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