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Solar energy support in the Czech Republic in 2006-2016
Štěch, Martin ; Lukášová, Tereza (advisor) ; Maule, Petr (referee)
The aim of this bachelor thesis is to analyze the efficiency of solar energy support in the Czech Republic in 2006-2016. The paper shows the progressive development of photovoltaics, including economic and political impacts. Furthermore, the thesis deals with the position of the Czech Republic in the Europe 2020 program in terms of increasing the representation of renewable resources. The aim of the thesis is to find out whether there are negative externalities in supporting solar energy. In the theoretical part, the work is first devoted to the Czech Republic's energy sector, including renewable resources, energy policy and then to the development of the photovoltaic system. The practical part evaluates the efficiency of solar energy support in the Czech Republic in the chosen period. Support for solar energy seems to be economically inefficient both for the construction of large or small systems. The next part shows that the Czech Republic fulfills the criteria set by Europe 2020. The benefit of the thesis is the evaluation that solar energy support is not effective and causes negative externalities.
Solar boom in the Czech Republic, the economical contexts and effects on the environment.
Ziegelbauer, Jan ; Kouba, Vojtěch (advisor) ; Šulcová, Irena (referee)
Bachelor's thesis "Solar Boom in the Czech Republic, economical contexts and effects on the environment" is focused on the continuously debated issue, which is a dramatic increase in the number of photovoltaic power plants in the Czech republic between 2008 and 2010. This work analyze solar boom in the Czech Republic, explains the causes and circumstances of its origin and describes the causes of solar boom and its effects on investors, final customers and also on nature. This bachelor's thesis compares the status of solar energy in the Czech Republic with the situation in other European countries, as well as informs the reader about the current situation and possibilities of the use of solar energy in the Czech Republic. The end is dedicated to a case study of photovoltaic power plant in the Czech Republic and offers interesting insights into the economic background of the particular power plant.
"Large" amendment to the Act on the promotion of electricity production from renewable energy sources and its impact on practice
Tzenkov, Ivan ; Štěpánek, Petr (advisor) ; Černý, Pavel (referee)
This Bachelor Degree Final Paper deals with the legal support of the development of renewable energy sources in the Czech Republic especially in view of the solar industry. The text includes an overview of basic legal norms of the area before and after the Czech Republic's accession to the European Union, relationship of legislation to unleashing a solar revolution and the impacts of the situation on business conditions in the industry. Next part is devoted to the amendment of the fundamental statute remedying the unstable situation, as well as to the new prepared statute, which will integrate the area of renewable energy sources into a single piece of legislation. The conclusion examines the impacts of legislative changes on the owners of solar power plants and also considers the investment opportunities for persons interested in photovoltaics.

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