Expansion of Renewable Energy – German Renewable Energy Law (EEG)

The German law which gives priority to renewable energy – the Renewable Energy Law (EEG) - was adopted against the backdrop of climate and environmental protection in order to promote the sustainable development of energy supply, i.e. to conserve fossil fuels on the one hand, and to further develop technology for generating electricity from renewable resources on the other hand. In order to increase the share of renewable energy in the electricity supply, the Renewable Energy Law (EEG) regulates the prioritizeded storage of electricity from renewable resources, such as, for example, photovoltaic facilities, wind energy and biomass.

Publication obligations pursuant to the Renewable Energy Law (EEG):

Renewable Energy Law (EEG) Report incl. attachments according to Section 52 para. 1 no. 2 of the REL/EEG (PDF, 51 KB)
Renewable Energy Law (EEG) Report Previous Year (PDF, 50 KB)
Renewable Energy Law (EEG) Asset Basis Data (PDF, 342 KB)
Renewable Energy Law (EEG) Transaction Data (PDF, 304 KB)

Information regarding the resolution of the German Federal Network Agency (BNetzA):

In order to carry out the market processes for supply points, implemented by the German Federal Network Agency with resolution BK6-12-153, the following mailing address should be used until October 1, 2013:
Email: eeg.wechsel@swk-kl.de