The Ministry of Infrastructure of Moldova has developed a project that will simplify the installation of photovoltaic plants so that citizens can save. This was stated by Deputy Prime Minister Andrei Spinu.
According to him, the team of the Ministry of Infrastructure and Regional Development of Moldova presented a bill that will help simplify the procedure for connecting, installing and commissioning photovoltaic power plants for household consumers. This will help citizens prepare for the winter.
It is noted that the terms for obtaining the necessary documents will be reduced, the notifications and permits themselves will become smaller. When filling out an application for connection, the distribution network operator will include the most profitable and cheap technical solution in the technical conditions.
Household consumers will not need to obtain a town-planning certificate and a building permit, there is no need to develop a technical design project and pass the examination stages. In addition, citizens will be able to use excess electricity generated mainly in summer for heating purposes in winter, which reduces natural gas consumption.