Monitoring and evolution of solar PV purchase tariffs (France)

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Monitoring and evolution of solar PV purchase tariffs (France)




by Christophe » 22/07/11, 11:23

As we know, the PV industry is in complete shake-up right now in France since late 2010 since after a moratorium of 3 months, the purchase price of solar electricity is no longer fixed permanently! See this topic for details: https://www.econologie.com/forums/touche-pas ... 10274.html

Since March 2011, new rates, revisable each quarter, have been put in place. It has become very difficult for photovoltaic professionals to work in these conditions because a solar PV project is usually done on more than a quarter! They are, as well as their customers, in the complete haze, a height for solar pros ...

This topic proposes to follow the evolution of the tariffs since the 1ere revision was published yesterday, 21 July 2011.

a) Prices valid until July 1er 2011.

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b) Prices valid from 1 / 07 to 30 / 09: https://www.econologie.info/share/partag ... saQbkH.pdf

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The big changes are the basic rate setting (12 cents / kWh) of all projects between 36 and 100kWc and for integrated installations with powers greater than 9kWc that are not on the main habitat !!

For example, the 15 kWc project of the Remundo Barn would be impossible now!

Unless, worse, this is the total suppression of the possible purchase!?! It's not clear ... it's still 0 or it goes into the category T5?

Source: http://www.cre.fr/documents/deliberatio ... embre-2011

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Photovoltaic tariffs: big drops in sight

The Energy Regulatory Commission has just set conditions for the purchase of electricity generated by solar installations for projects presented between 1er July and 30 September 2011.


announcement of new photovoltaic tariffs set by the French Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE) will certainly make waves in the days to come. Indeed, for the projects presented between 1er July and 30 next September, the decreases should reach -7.5% for residential, -9.5% for other installations.

The order of 4 March 2011, taken by the ministers in charge of energy, provides for a quarterly review of photovoltaic purchase rates by the CRE. For installations with an installed capacity of less than 100 kW, the revision is based on the cumulative power of the complete termination applications filed in the previous quarter. The CRE indicates that "the balance sheets of the connection requests transmitted by the managers of public electricity networks to the Commission for Energy Regulation (CRE) total for the quarter of index N = 1 cumulative peak power of 55,72 MW for installations wishing to benefit from the integration rate for buildings and located on main residential buildings and 161,46 MW for installations wishing to benefit from the simplified integration rate for buildings and facilities wishing to benefit from the integration rate built on a main purpose building other than a residential use. "

There is no doubt that this announcement, which comes after the recent statements of the Minister of Ecology, Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet, about the revival of the sector, will cringe ... while the decline in tariffs is not near to stop.

(21 / 07 / 2011)


Source: http://www.batiactu.com/edito/tarifs-du ... -29692.php
Downward revision, of course, the other revisions are very likely to be seen down continuously ...

Note the making fun of by the fact that these new rates, officially released the 21 / 07 are valid for any connection from the 01 / 07 !!

France remains and will remain for a moment France of the atom ... and its defenders, just on this forumwe have some interesting specimens ...
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by Remundo » 28/07/11, 23:43

Christophe wrote:For example, the 15 kWc project of the Remundo barn would now be impossible!

Unless, worse, this is the total suppression of the possible purchase!?! It's not clear ... it's still 0 or it goes into the category T5?

Attention, the notion of principal residence is HS.

It is the vocation of the building that counts, whether
1) it is for residential use
2) teaching or health
3) other uses.

My project of 15 kWc was still possible in installation of more than 9 kWc, according to 2 PV integration variants (total or simplified).

Indeed, he now seems to be "snubbed" on the catch-all tariff of 11 ct € / kWh.

But more generally:
Photovoltaic purchase rates revised downward

The Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE) has transmitted to the Government the values ​​of the coefficients setting the conditions of purchase of the electricity produced by the installations using the radiative energy of the sun.
Indeed, the order of the 4 March 2011, taken by the ministers in charge of energy, provides for a quarterly review of photovoltaic procurement rates.

For installations with an installed capacity of less than 100 kW, the revision is based on the cumulative power of the complete termination applications filed in the previous quarter.

The CRE was responsible for aggregating the data transmitted by the network operators and then calculating the value of the SN and VN coefficients determining the evolution of the tariffs. From one quarter to another, the rate reduction defined by the order is null if the cumulative power used to calculate SN (resp.VN) is less than 5 MW and can reach 9,5% if the cumulative power exceeds 65 MW.

The conditions of photovoltaic purchase in force for installations subject to a connection request between the 1er July and the 30 September 2011 depend on the electricity produced by them using the radiative energy of the sun. Thus, the values ​​of the coefficients S1 and V1 were determined by CRE: S1 = 0,075; V1 = 0,095.

As a result, the T1 to T4 tariffs for installations subject to a complete connection request for the 3th 2011 quarter are as follows, in c € / kWh, with P + Q representing the sum of the peak power of the installation and the peak power of all other connected or planned installations on the same building or the same cadastral parcel:

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The value of the T5 tariff applicable to other installations is 11,688 c € / kWh.

An order approving these tariffs will be published in the Official Journal in September by the ministers in charge of energy.


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Here are my remarks to be synthetic:
1) There is no longer any visibility on rates more than 3 months
2) Must have done Math SUP to understand the rate review mechanism
3) This mechanism is intrinsically designed to smother the photovoltaic industry, gently, but surely.

5 MWc, it is 500 kW on average injected on the network ...

65 MWc, it is 6.5 MW, in short it is a straw:
a) it is 10 windmills of 2 MWc (which give as close as 5MW means)
b) A nuclear site is 1000 MW means

Our German friends multiply everything by 100 about PV.
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by Remundo » 29/07/11, 00:13

In addition, TECSOL has set up a well-made "calculator"

http://www.tecsol.fr/fr/PVReseauAc.htm

I tested it with my ex-project, it gives 27,46 cts € / kWh, and that as well with total integration that simplified!

TECSOL is headed by Mr André JOFFRE, who is a serious PV player in France, generally well informed.

In reality, qwhen there is a zero, this means that this case is prohibited by law and that we must find another case the least unfavorable possible.

For more 9 kWp and less than 36 kWp in "other uses", the best choice is the simplified integration into the building at 27,46 € ct / kWh.

There is indeed no more fully subsidized tariff for this power range.

You see the opacity and delirium that the PV industry is currently experiencing
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by Regismu » 29/07/11, 07:55

a small summary table:

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it was yesterday but Happy Birthday Remundo : Mrgreen:
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by Remundo » 29/07/11, 09:49

Thank you Regismu for the birthday and for the decision tree.

What is striking at first glance is the convergence of arrows to the 11 ct € / kWh.

Can you tell me where did you find this document interesting?
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by Christophe » 29/07/11, 09:49

Resigmu, stp no pictureshak.

Use our host, if too small as there, quote the source or convert the image to .pdf (which you can also host on our host).

Thank you

For the bottom nothing to add ...
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Oh yes, maybe this: https://www.econologie.com/forums/post209131.html#209131
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by Regismu » 29/07/11, 09:53

sorry for the image ..I will try to change .. : Cry:

this painting was done by a pro for the forum Photovoltaic..

edit please I see that it was done for the photo : Mrgreen:
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by Christophe » 29/07/11, 10:24

Ben it was not really readable before ... hence the usefulness to put it in .pdf or at the right to return it to 90 ° ...

For convergence to 11-12 cts, it was the average EdF public price (subscription included) in France for individuals (and even less after increases since and especially future) in 2006: https://www.econologie.com/forums/prix-de-l- ... t2218.html

Speaking of increase, here at home, I just noticed that the water had increased 10% in 1 year ... in any discretion ...
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by Remundo » 29/07/11, 11:17

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Regismu wrote:sorry for the image ..I will try to change .. : Cry:

this painting was done by a pro for the forum Photovoltaic..

edit please I see that it was done for the photo : Mrgreen:

It's a shame that the automatic reduction make the characters legible ...

It seems like photovoltaique.info has not updated its PV rates pages yet! :?

it's been "just" 1 week : Mrgreen:

aaah holidays and France ...
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by Regismu » 29/07/11, 11:29

: Mrgreen: but you know where to find the infos : Cheesy: 8)
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