Decree on Suspension of Feed-in Tariff Application Approval Published 

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The government has issued a decree on the temporary suspension of approval for household applications to join the feed-in tariff scheme submitted after October 31 in the latest issue of the official gazette Magyar Közlöny according to a report by state news wire MTI.

A separate decree published in the gazette mandates measures to accelerate the process of hooking up home solar panels to the power grid.

Commenting on the decrees, state secretary for energy Attila Steiner said the time required for clearing technical plans for installing feed-in tariff solar panels on homes would be reduced to as few as three working days. 

The government announced the temporary suspension at a press briefing two weeks earlier, explaining that network capacity would need to be upgraded with European Union funding to keep up with the fast-growing home solar power capacity.

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