|Feed-in Tariff||a fixed price per kilowatt-hour Feed-in Tariff, which decreased annually for new installations.
|direct marketing for new producers to sell their electricity at exchange plus a fixed market premium determined each month retrospectively for that technology. Existing and very small (under 100 kW) are exempt.
|Growth Corridor||‘floating cap’ for PV, beyond which the feed-in fees for newly added arrays would be gradually reduced. Since 2012, it was 2.5 to 3.5 gigawatt per year, and reduction of feed-in remuneration from 24.43 cents to 19.5 cents per kWh.
|annual ‘floating caps’ for Wind, Solar and Biogas.
– 2.4 to 2.6 GW for PV with a absolute cap of 52 GW, above which no EEG funding will be given.
– 2.6 to 2.6 GW for Wind onshore but excluding repowering (replacing old turbines at the same site)
– 0.1 GW for Biomass plants, and only plants operate with biowaste and liquid manure will receive more than the basic remuneration.更加细化再生能源发展的规划，但怎么看都觉得对风电更有利
|Surcharge Exemption||– Energy intensive industries for competitiveness
– self-supplied, etc
|some updates were made but not changing the principle.