Algeria

Executive Decree No. 2004-92 On the Diversification of Power Generation Costs

Executive
Decree/Order/Ordinance
Passed in 2004
Further details the procedures governing a feed-in tariff mechanism to encourage renewable energy development, diversifying Algeria's national energy mix, pursuant to Law 02-01 (5 February 2002) establishing a legal framework for a feed-in-tariff scheme.

This tariff provides for an additional premium to be paid, per kWh, to eligible renewable and co-generation facilities, above the base price for electricity in Algeria. Institutes specific tariffs, which vary by generation technology, that are certain percentages above the market price for electricity. Eligible technologies include: hydropower, wind, solar, solar thermal from solar-gas hybrid systems, waste to energy, and cogeneration of steam/water.

from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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