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Last update: 30.05.2014

National Contact Point: SAPI - Marek Harvis
(marek.harvis(at)sapi.sk)

This segment represents the smallest share of PV installed in Slovakia. The whole administrative process of installation takes up to 10 months. The only support scheme is a Feed in tarrif (88,89,- Eur/MW) since July 1st 2014. This is also the biggest barrier (too long term of a return on investment). The legal framework is unstable and changing a few times a year. The regulation is unpredictable and untransparent. Another barrier: a lot of unnecessary bureaucracy within ... (Unhide text)
 
In this segment, PV system are usually up to 20 kWp

 
Waiting Time
 
Active time
Each of the three regional distribution system operators has their own inetrnal procedures and very often delays with the responses. In some cases the whole project lifecycle takes more than 36 weeks.
 
The installer has to wait for responses up to 20 weeks, but in some cases even more. This shows that the administration process on the side of the authorities is strongly improvable.

 
Legal-administrative Labour Requirements
 
Non Legal-administrative Labour Requirements
The main time spent on meeting legal-administrative requirements is the communication with the regulatory office and the distribution system operator. The other big share represents the preparation of the project documentation.

 
Legal-administrative costs
 
Other costs
Each of the three regional distribution system operators has its own internal procedure and requires a different set of documents. Therefore the time invested in collection and submitting the documents may vary. Also the labour costs vary from region to region. That explains the difference between the labour costs.
 
The estimation highly depends on the region, because of regional distribution system operators procedures and legal-administrative workload of experts and labour costs as well.