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Last update: 16.06.2014

National Contact Point: CZEPHO - Zuzana Musilová; Ján Říha
(zuzana.musilova(at)czepho.cz; jan.riha(at)czepho.cz)

Residential rooftop systems represent the only segment that is still ... (Unhide text)
 
The overall majority of residential systems have capacity under 10 kWp. Among licences issued in the first half of 2012, almost 60 % were granted to systems under 5 kWp, 23 % to systems under 10 kWp and 9 % to systems under 20 kWp. There are slightly different administrative requirements for PV systems with capacity over 20 kWp (producers have to prove their professional competence to be allowed to operate a 20 kWp or larger system).

 
Waiting Time
 
Active time
Usually it is between 3-4 months (15-24 weeks). Every case is different. Sometimes, the project stops in its inception, because the distributor does not issue a connection permit and the investor can not do anything, but wait (some of them are actually waiting for many months).
 
Usually it is around 16 weeks. In general, the waiting time tends to be around 3/4 of the overall duration time.

 
Legal-administrative Labour Requirements
 
Non Legal-administrative Labour Requirements
Time spent by assembling documents required for license application and grid connection (contract with an installation company, license application, request for allocation of VAT, criminal record, List of PV system premises, list of costs, cadastral map, transfer protocol, report on handing over for trial operation, statement of the property, inspection report, statement of indebtedness, connection request, questionnaire for system production, technical data of the used technologies, contract for connection, request for a support agreement, request for grid connection, confirmation of meter verification, notice about support selection, report on the expected amount of energy produced, project documentation, single-pole diagram, protocol on protection settings, safety inspection reports, power of attorney).

 
Legal-administrative costs
 
Other costs
The costs related to the assembly of documents required for license application and grid connection see above, usually don´t exceed 1800EUR.
 
Including 14 % VAT (in case of residential rooftop systems, the lower VAT rate is applied). From January 2013, it will be 15 %. The overall costs consist of purchasing hardware out of about 70 %, the rest can therefore be interpreted as labour and administration expenditure.