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In order to encourage the use and promote the social acceptance of solar technology (reducing also the return on investment, ROI), with special attention to the integration in the buildings, various incentives have been introduced by the Swiss federal office of energy, utilities and various cantons. This will also the case of the incentive systems that since 2014, gives favorable conditions for investment for integrated PV applications below 100kW. The Federal incentive system recognizes two types of contributions: building added PV (BAPV) and building integrated PV (BiPV). Another category recognized is that ground-mounted PV.
Die Richtlinie für die Photovoltaik in Gebäude integriert wurde vom 4. März 2013 durch das Bundesamt für Energie.
The Federal Council has established new rules for the electricity tariffs. Photovoltaic systems put in service after 1 January 2014 will be entitled to a cost compensation (CRF) which covers the cost of production over 20 years. In addition, for small systems under 10kW, a new system of an unique contribution (investment aid) paid only once will be set (systems between a0 and 30kWp can always choose the type of subsidy scheme they prefer).
Weitere Informationen auf der Webseite das EnergieSchweiz.