Promotion in Moldova


Updated: 19.12.2017

Author: Silvia Nicola

Means of support

Summary of support schemes

Only renewable energy plants with an installed capacity of minimum 10 kW are eligible for feed-in tariffs. Furthermore, the electricity has to be intended for commercialisation on the electricity market (Item 4 of the Methodology approved by Decision No. 321/2009). 

The feed-in tariffs are calculated case by case for every single renewable energy plant based on a methodology defined by the Moldavian National Energy Regulatory Authority (Item 5 of the Methodology approved by Decision No. 321/2009). After the implementation of the already announced new RES-promotion law, the feed-in tariffs would be determined through a tender procedure. 


All renewable energy technologies are eligible. 

Statutory provisions

  • Law No. 160/2007 – Law No. 160 from 12.07.2007 on renewable energy (Lege Nr. 160/2007 – Legea energiei regenerabile Nr. 160 din 12.07.2007)
  • Decision No. 321/2009 – Decision No. 321 from 22.01.2009 regarding the approval of the methodology for determining, approving and implementing tariffs for electricity produced from renewable energy sources and for biofuels (Hotarire Nr. 321/2009 – Hotarire Nr. 321 din 22.01.2009 cu privire la aprobarea Metodologiei determinarii, aprobarii si aplicarii tarifelor la energia electrica produsa din surse regenerabile de energie si biocumbustibil)


Further information

  • ANRE – Agentia Nationala pentru Reglementare in Energetica a Republicii Moldova – Moldavian National Energy Regulatory Authority
  • +373 22 85 29 01
  • ANRE website
  • anre(at)