Production devices benefiting from feed in tariff or market premium contracts
According to the French law 2017-227 voted on the 24th of February 2017, and to the Arrêté dated on the 24th of August 2018 which entered into force on the January 4th 2019, production devices benefitting from feed in tariff or market premium contracts in France must be registered on the French GO registry on the account opened for the French State.
The producer doesn’t need to open an account on the registry to register its production device, and this registration is free of charge but mandatory.
All production devices corresponding to the following criteria are concerned :
- Production of electricity from a renewable source, installed in the French Metropole
- Benefitting from a feed in tariff or market premium contract
- Installed capacity above 100kW
In order to register their production devices, producers are invited to download and fill in the attached excel spreadsheet, enregistrement_installations_NOM DU PRODUCTEUR.xlsx. Then producers have to send this file by email to email@example.com only. All files sent to another address will not be considered.
Please note that the registration of production devices could require the validation of DSOs, and last up to 2 months.
The liste of registered production devices will be published and regularly updated on the Powernext website.
To register a generation plant, please access your account page on the electronic platform of the National Registry for Guarantees of Origin, fill in the necessary information and send the required documents to the Powernext operational support team.
For more details: https://www.powernext.com/production-devices
Access to the platform
An "administrator" contact may directly modify most of the information contained on the electronic registry platform. However, all changes are submitted to validation by Powernext. An "administrator" contact may also register online additional contacts who need an electronic access to the Registry in accordance with their roles. The new contacts will then receive via registered mail their access codes and physical identification keys.
Access to the National registry for Guarantees of Origin.