Regulatory Practices Supporting Deployment of Renewable Generators through Enhanced Network ConnectionERRA-NARUC Joint Issue PaperUploaded: 1 of October, 2013

The objective of the issue paper is to assess the role of four non-tariff regulatory issues in RES-E deployment: methods applied to determine the volume of intermittent RES-E capacity that can be connected to the public grid, queue management, connection charging and the incentive system for DSOs to integrate more RES-E to the electricity system. Present good practices are assessed on the basis of the EU and CEE regional experience, supplemented by four country case-studies (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary, Italy and Turkey) in order to evaluate their practices with respect to the four general regulatory issues analysed in the first chapters of this paper.