Rd 413 de 2014

Rd 1663

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Will be included in the scope of application of Royal Decree 413/2014, of June 6, the facilities for the production of electricity from renewable energy sources, cogeneration and waste belonging to the categories, groups and subgroups defined in Article 2 of the aforementioned Royal Decree. Likewise, it is applicable to the facilities not included in said article that had recognized premium remuneration prior to July 14, 2013 (date of entry into force of Royal Decree-Law 9/2013, of June 12).

The particularities established in the first transitory provision and in the second additional provision of the aforementioned Royal Decree 413/2014, of June 6, will apply to the facilities that had recognized premium remuneration prior to July 14, 2013.

Ministry of energy

RD 413/2014, regulating the activity of electricity production from renewable energy sources, cogeneration and wasteBy Inés de Martí Villalba on July 3, 2014 in News, Energy Sector.

The main novelty of Royal Decree 413/2014 is the development of the new legal and economic regime for existing electricity production facilities from renewable energy sources, cogeneration and waste. Likewise, RD 413/2014 defines how the value to be taken for the calculation of the reasonable profitability and the possibilities of revision of the parameters for the calculation of the remuneration will be revised in the future. On the other hand, RD413/2014 carries out a reorganization of the registers and administrative procedures related to these facilities, differentiating between the Administrative Register of Electricity Production Facilities (RAIPRE) and the Register of Specific Remuneration Regime (RRRE).

Last June 21, 2014, the Ministerial Order IET/1945/2014, of June 16, which approves the remuneration parameters of the standard facilities applicable to certain electricity production facilities from renewable energy sources, cogeneration and waste (hereinafter, the «OM») came into force. Said order allows to know the remuneration regime applicable to all the facilities that on June 14, 2013 were entitled to the perception of a premium economic regime, and those others that complied with the requirements established in the Fourth Additional Provision of RD 413/2014, and in the Fourteenth Additional Provision of Law 24/2013 of December 26, 2013, on the Electricity Sector.

Ree primary regulation

The generation of electricity from renewable energy sources and the increase in energy efficiency are a fundamental pillar for achieving the objectives of reducing greenhouse gas emissions as well as other Community and international objectives. At the same time, they are of considerable importance for the proper promotion of the security of energy supply, technological development and innovation.

In line with this growing implementation, there has been a simultaneous evolution of the support frameworks in order to adapt them to the circumstances prevailing at any given time, mainly in two ways: firstly, by allowing the participation of these production technologies in the market, and secondly, by increasing the technical requirements to allow the system operator to integrate them under safe conditions, thus increasing their contribution to the energy balance of the electricity system. On the other hand, this regulatory evolution has also been aimed at ensuring the adequate and strict observance of the principle of reasonable profitability of the facilities, while guaranteeing the financial sustainability of the system.

Rd 413 de 2014 online

Ruling of March 16, 2017, of the Third Chamber of the Supreme Court, which upholds in part the appeal filed and declares the nullity of Article 49.1. m) of Royal Decree 413/2014, of June 6, which regulates the activity of electricity production from renewable energy sources, cogeneration and waste, and of Annex II of Order IET/1045/2014, of June 16, which approves the remuneration parameters of the standard facilities applicable to certain electricity production facilities from renewable energy sources, cogeneration and waste, in relation to the values assigned to IT-01426

Ruling of May 4, 2017, of the Third Chamber of the Supreme Court, which partially upholds the appeal filed against Royal Decree 413/2014, of June 6, which regulates the activity of electricity production from renewable energy sources, cogeneration and waste, and against Order IET/1045/2014, of June 16, which approves the remuneration parameters of the standard facilities applicable to certain facilities for the production of electricity from renewable energy sources, cogeneration and waste, and declares the nullity of Article 49. 1.m) of Royal Decree 413/2014 and of Order IET/1045/2014 in the part referring to slurry treatment and reduction facilities, as regards the values and parameters relating to investment and operating costs, as well as in the weighting of other operating income and self-consumption, and recognizes the appellant’s right to be compensated

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