Government proposes to lift licenses for small thermo power plants’ operation
11:10 – 11.11.12
The government proposes the 5.8 megawatt thermo electricity producing
power plants be free in starting their activity.
Prosperous Armenia party MP Michael Melkumyan said they should not get
license by Public Services Regulatory Commission and have a wider
specter of free activity. The bill on amendments in the law on
`Energy’ was discussed on Saturday at the NA’s Economic Affairs
Standing Committee, Melkumyan, committee’s member, told Tert.am.
Melkumyan said he is speaking of thermo plants that can serve up to
ten multi-storeyed buildings. He said such freedoms are expected to
sun energy producing stations as well.
`For instance an enterprise is establishing a plant to satisfy its
energy demands. This bill encourages the production of self-satisfying
energy and the additional one is being acquired by the state,’
From: A. Papazian