Debates around the design of remuneration schemes should take into account the need to create and maintain political acceptance as well as political feasibility.


While making these considerations (i.e. the other principles), it is necessary to keep in mind some principles of common sense. Policies need to be practically adoptable and amendable within the times and procedures of our political systems at national or at EU level, if EU policy solutions are proposed. Additionally, the energy transition process needs to happen within our democratic system, and therefore public acceptance and political feasibility are important criteria and need to be considered in the design of RES remuneration schemes.

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