Bulgaria imachepetsa malamulo omanga ma solar kuti azigwiritsa ntchito okha
Bulgaria's Parliament lately voted, 109-11 with 44 abstentions, to pass conclusively amendments to the Energy from Renewable Sources Act simplifying the regime for building photovoltaic powerdongosolo for self-consumption.
Final consumers such as households or firmsmay build powerdongosoloharnessing renewable magwero a mphamvu on rooftops and facades of buildings that are connected to the electricity transmission or distribution network for self-consumption.The owner of such a facility may return or sell electricity to the distribution network after obtaining all opinions on connection required under the Energy Act.
The members of parliament that submitted the bill said it would stimulate the installation of solar products. The new rules would apply to structures in urban areas and the capacity cap is a whopping 5 MW.