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Protesting prosumers carried on a shield from the meeting with the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage

Protestujący prosumenci wyniesieni na tarczy ze spotkania z MKiŚ

It is clear that the representatives of the Ministry of Environmental Protection are juggling with worn-out arguments, like an old, broken record such as "The European Union prohibits this and that." Of course, these are demands to ensure a guaranteed minimum price for electricity purchased from prosumers.

Protesting prosumers were assured at the meeting that the minister would deal with the issue of a special tariff for people who heat their homes with renewable energy sources. The ministry also unofficially confirmed that energy companies will have to build energy storage facilities. In general, there was a lot of talk about the UD41 Act, the provisions on the additional 23% in the Act and energy cooperatives. So we only have further unfulfilled promises.

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If something doesn't suit the MKiŚ, then the evil EU forbids it. I think I've heard this somewhere before…

I understand that the EU prohibits interference in the prosumer electricity market, so I will ask another question: does the EU also prohibit prosumers from freely using the funds accumulated on prosumer deposits? If you earn money and put it in the bank, does the EU say that if you don't use all the money, most of it will be gone after a year?

Will the EU not allow you to use the funds accumulated in your bank account, for example, to pay all fees related to the production and consumption of electricity? Well, it doesn't prohibit it.

Meanwhile, as one of the group members reports, the Ministry of Environmental Protection has again made unfulfilled promises to the protesting prosumers.

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The representatives of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage continue to maintain the same demands, including: that the net-billing system will increase its profitability by 23%, and prosumers in net-billing will "gain" 23% of the deposit value, thanks to the proposed changes to the RES Act. After all, they deserve 100% of the energy they produced from renewable energy sources and what they sold, not 23%, 50% or 75%.

They should be able to freely use the funds they honestly earn from the sale of electricity produced from renewable energy sources. Someone will soon point out that the funds from the producer's account are not subject to VAT, so they cannot withdraw them. I will answer: give prosumers a choice whether they want to withdraw all the funds from the producer's account and then tax them. If they want to use these funds, e.g. to pay electricity bills, capacity fees, etc., do not tax them, but let them freely use their own money.

I will probably hear the argument that prosumers do not pay for storing energy in the network. I will answer that they pay a huge price, because they can only pay out a small part of these funds. If they do not use the funds in the prosumer account or deposit, most of them are written off and forfeited to the benefit of the energy distributor.

After all, these funds do not disappear into a bottomless magic bag, someone will use them.

Maybe it would be better for net-billing prosumers to pay a small, fixed monthly subscription fee for energy storage? This fee may depend on the percentage of energy generated from renewable energy sources in a given month.

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Or maybe distributors or the government should pay compensation to prosumers for too high voltage in the network?

Why am I writing about all this? I want to open your eyes and show you that there are many other solutions that the Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment can implement, which are compliant with European law and will be more beneficial and friendly to owners of home photovoltaics.

In my opinion, MKiŚ will not do this and will cover itself as in the times of PiS – that the evil EU prohibits it, which is a blow below the belt.

I will ask an unanswered question at the end. What about the money of prosumers who could not return energy to the grid and sell it in the net-billing system due to too high voltage in the grid? Is it their fault?

Maybe energy distributors or the government, which has this network, should finally pay some compensation, then maybe the voltage will suddenly be lower and the networks can be modernized faster? Nobody will even think about it.

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