29 Oct '14, 4pm

via @pvmagazine: Israel testing industry with lowest FIT rates possible

Israel testing industry with lowest FIT rates possible 29. October 2014 | Applications & Installations , Global PV markets , Industry & Suppliers , Markets & Trends | By: Ilias Tsagas Israel's electricity market regulator PUA surprised everyone on Tuesday by suggesting a feed-in tariff for the Timna solar park lower than initially agreed. Israel has decided to develop its PV sector further and is attempting to do so at the lowest cost possible, testing the industry. It appears that the Israeli government has decided to expand its PV sector beyond the 500 MW of solar currently installed in the country.Arava Power Company At a hearing that took place in Israel on Tuesday, the Public Utilities Authority (PUA), the country's electricity market regulator, clearly attempted to test the limits of the local PV industry by suggesting a feed-in tariff (FIT) for the 50 MW Timna solar...

Full article: http://www.pv-magazine.com/news/details/beitrag/israel-te...

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