The National Commission for Energy, Housing and Utilities Services Regulation (NCER) has set a feed-in tariff for private rooftop household solar power plants with a capacity of up to 50 kW and/or facades of buildings and other permanent facilities, as well as for private wind farms with a capacity up of 50 KW and combined wind and solar plants with a capacity of up to 50 kW.
The draft resolution was approved by the regulator on June 27.
In particular, the tariff for rooftop solar power plants with a capacity of 50 kW constructed on January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019 is set at UAH 540.79 per kWh (without VAT), which is 18 eurocents per kWh. For the facilities constructed on January 1, 2020 through December 31, 2024 the tariff will be reduced by 10%, to UAH 486.07 per kWh (without VAT). The tariff will be cut by three times (66.7%), to UAH 157.26 per kWh (without VAT), which is 5 eurocents per kWh, for the solar power plants constructed on January 1, 2025 through December 31, 2029.
The regulator also set feed-in tariffs for wind power plants with a capacity of 50 kWh constructed during the three periods at UAH 347.65, UAH 312.24, and UAH 101.14 per kWh (without VAT) respectively, and for hybrid wind and solar power plants at UAH 489.29, UAH 366.96, and UAH 115.75 per kWh respectively.