Connection to electricity grid (injection of electricity)

Connection to electricity grid (injection of electricity)

This LAP deals with:
• The grid connection agreements with electricity grid operators,
• The equipment required to connect the stationary fuel cell and to inject all produced or only surplus electricity into the grid,
• The qualification requirements for professionals entitled to carry out the connection works,
• The differences in treatment between the fuel cells micro-CHP and other comparable technologies.
 
Agreement required? a
) From whom? b) Model text? c) How m
a - From whom?
b - Model text?
c - How much time does it take?
Requirement for additional equipment:
a - all cases
b - additional requirements in case where all produced electricity is sold (injected)
c - additional Requirements in case when only surplus electricity is sold (injected)
d - additional requirements in case of self-consumption (no injection in the grid)
Who can do the connection work (professional skills requirement)?
Technology to be compared with: Difference of treatment between the Fuel cells and the benchmark technology.
Is it a barrier? Yes
Type of Barrier Operational barriers, Economic barriers
Assessment Severity
2
Assessment At this moment (2017) in Romania is a new law referring to possibility to inject electricity into the grid produced by households (prosumer). But there is no yet technical solutions and normative. The law do not exclude any equipment for the production and supply of electricity. The technical solutions must indices the manner how a FC can be connected to grid and how can infect electricity. The legislation is very new (2017) and there is no yet technical solutions and normative, so there will be a lot of time until a clearly regulation, initiatives will be few and costly. The law do not exclude any equipment for the production and supply of electricity.
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