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Feed-in-Tariffs in Asia

Country

Term

Capacity

Rate

China

N/A

N/A

CNY 1,09/kWh or 0.16 USD/kWh

India

20 years

N/A

INR 18,80/kWh

Iran

N/A

Peak and medium load 20 h/day
4 hr/day

1300 IRR
900 IRR

Israel

20 years

< 50 kW (50 MW cap)
50 kW to 5 MW (300 MW cap)

1,97 ILS
1,58 ILS

Japan

15 years

Net metered scheme

50 JPY

Mongolia

10 years

Set regionally

0.08 to 0.15 USD/kWh

South Korea

20 years

< 30 kW
30 kW to 200 kW
200 kW to 1 MW
> 1 MW

571.95 KRW
545.95 KRW
536.04 KRW
509.24 KRW

Taiwan

20 years

1 to 10 kW w/ subsidy
1 to 10 kW w/o subsidy
10 to 500 kW
>500 kW

NTS 11.19 / kWh
NTS 14.60 / kWh
NTS 12.97 / kWh
NTS 11.12 / kWh

Thailand

10 years

Bonus
Average Energy Cost
Total

THB 8 / kWh
THB 2.12 / kWh
THB 10.12 / kWh

 

Feed-in-Tariffs in Africa

There are only two countries in Africa that offer FIT programs. Algeria, which is an oil-rich nation, offers FIT programs for specific projects. The term is based on the specific project and offers 300% of the average price of electricity in the country for any installation up to 50 MW.  Most investors find the Algerian system to be arbitrary and unstable.

In South Africa, the FIT program applies only to concentrated solar power systems. The plan offers 1,25 ZAR/kWh for a 20 year term. The insolation in South Africa makes this program one of the most attractive across the world, but is generally targeted at large-scale CSP installations as opposed to distributed systems. Because photovoltaic technology is considered more accessible to the general public, the program in South Africa is not favorable to residential applications.

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