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Solar power has seen the biggest growth of renewable energy sources in recent years. Solar energy is the cheapest and most accessible energy source for everyone. In Slovenia, solar power plants are regulated by regulations and laws relating to the production of electricity from renewable sources such as solar energy, wind, hydroelectricity and biomass. With rising energy prices, investing in a solar power plant is an investment that pays for itself quickly and the investor will be less exposed to volatile global energy markets.
Currently, the biggest barrier to promoting self-supply in Slovenia is consent, as the connection of the installation must be approved by the distribution operator SODO. Solar power plants up to 10 kW only need to obtain an application or permit to connect to the electricity grid, while solar power plants above 10 kW also need to obtain an energy permit. Before investing in self-supply, compliance with the Municipal Spatial Plan and the capacity of the distribution network must be checked and considered. The process of building a solar power plant in Slovenia usually takes place in several steps:
When planning and building a solar power plant in Slovenia, it is important to comply with the applicable legislation and obtain all the necessary permits. For all further information regarding building a solar power plant in Slovenia, contact ALG partner in Slovenia - Odvetniška družba Završek & Šnajder o.p., d.o.o.
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