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Self-sufficient supply

Find answers to your questions regarding self-sufficient supply.

The self-sufficient supply of solar energy includes the production of own electricity through a micro solar power plant, which is used to cover own electricity consumption. It is intended for household and small business customers. The Decree on the self-sufficient supply of electricity from renewable energy sources sets out self-sufficient supply in detail.

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Solar energy is an unlimited source of energy with massive potential that you can harness using a home solar power plant for the energy independence of your home. This ensures cost-efficient and environmentally-friendly supply of electricity. 

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The accounting period is the calendar year for self-sufficient supply services, i.e. from January to December of the same (calendar) year. The exception to that rule is when a change occurs at a metering point or suppliers are switched during the year. In such cases, the accounting period may be shorter: from the day a metering point is connected to a supplier’s balance group until the end of the year or from the beginning of the year until the disconnection of a metering point from a supplier’s balance group, or from the day a metering point is connected to a supplier’s balance group until the disconnection of a metering point from a supplier’s balance group during the same calendar year.

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A reconciliation is made in the bill for December, which you receive in January.

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Your account reconciliation includes the difference between the quantity of electricity produced by your solar plant and transmitted to the network as a surplus during a given calendar year and the quantity of electricity drawn from the network due to the insufficient production during the same year. If your solar power plant produced more electricity than you drew from the network during the calendar year, the account reconciliation amount will be equal to 0 kWh. In this case, your bill will only include fixed monthly costs for December. If your solar power plant produced less electricity than you drew from the network during the calendar year, that difference will be charged in the account reconciliation. 

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If you set up your solar power plant via GEN-I Sonce, we will adjust your lump sum amount to the data for the previous year according to the annual account reconciliation. If you yourself selected a fixed lump sum amount, the lump sum amount will not change until you inform us of your wish to make a change. The lump sum is not changed after the annual account reconciliation for solar power plants installed by other contractors. In this case you can simply change the set lump sum by calling our toll-free number 080 1558. 

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No. Surpluses and deficits are not carried forward from one accounting period to another.

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Not the surpluses. You may, however, arrange for produced energy to be transferred to another metering point if that metering point is connected to the same transformer station as a self-sufficient supply device. Such relationships are regulated by the distribution operator.

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No. In accordance with the Decree on the self-sufficient supply of electricity from renewable energy sources, surplus electricity is transmitted unpaid to the seller. Nevertheless, GEN-I recognizes a discount for its customers in the amount of one monthly fee for every whole surplus MWh of electricity produced. That discount is taken into account in the December bill.

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You can calculate total consumed electricity by subtracting electricity transmitted to the network (as seen on the meter under item 2.8.0) from produced electricity (as seen in the application) and adding that difference to electricity drawn from the network (also seen on the meter under item 1.8.0).

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