Investors who applied for RES project production licenses between September 2018 and December, 2019, and have yet to be issued these licenses, have been given until July 6 to reconfirm their interest and provide updated data to RAE, the Regulatory Authority for Energy.
The authority launched a related procedure through an online platform on Friday. Traffic has been extremely heavy but no technical issues have arisen.
Investment plans still supported by investors will be examined under the terms of a new law for the sector.
Applicants whose plans meet the new law’s criteria will be informed via email and requested to pay a related fee within three months.
A week earlier, on June 12, RAE also launched a procedure requesting investors to reconfirm their interest in RES project plans for which license applications were submitted up until June, 2018. RAE has set a July 13 reconfirmation deadline for applicants in this category, without demanding an extra fee.