According to the relevant laws and regulations, the municipal and county-level people's governments are responsible for the house expropriation and compensation work in their respective administrative areas. The house expropriation department (hereinafter referred to as the house expropriation department) determined by the municipal and county-level people's governments organizes the implementation of house expropriation and compensation in their respective administrative areas. The relevant departments of the municipal and county-level people's governments shall, in accordance with the provisions of these Regulations and the division of responsibilities prescribed by the people's government at the same level, cooperate with each other to ensure the smooth conduct of house expropriation and compensation.
The demolition of photovoltaic power system shall be compensated according to the Regulations on House Expropriation and Compensation on State-owned Land. The compensation includes compensation for the value of the house to be requisitioned and the loss of production and business suspension caused by the expropriation of the house. Therefore, if demolition is to be carried out, PV users can get two parts of compensation: one is the compensation of the value of the PV system itself, and the other is the total revenue of PV in the next few years.
According to Articles 17 to 29 of the Regulations on House Expropriation and Compensation on State-owned Land, compensation for demolition includes three aspects:
a. Compensation for the value of the house to be requisitioned.
b. Compensation for relocation and temporary resettlement caused by house expropriation.
c. Compensation for loss of production and business suspension due to house acquisition
Among them, the compensation for the value of the house to be requisitioned shall not be lower than the market price of the similar real estate on the day of the announcement of the house expropriation decision. The value of the house to be requisitioned shall be assessed and determined by the real estate price appraisal agency with corresponding qualifications in accordance with the housing appraisal assessment method.
The most important thing is to keep the licenses for PV installations and the purchase and sales contracts and other materials that can prove the value of PV.
1. Permit: The PV resident grid application form, the power company seal document (non-resident projects need the Development and Reform Commission filing documents)
2. The purchase and sale contract: the original contract signed with the installer and payment
Two of these cases occurred in Baoding. According to the reliable “informer” who could not be named, there have been several cases in which a photovoltaic power station has been installed in a county around Baoding. The specific compensation schemes are as follows:
Option 1: Compensate according to 80%~100% of the total price of the equipment. The dismantled household photovoltaic power station equipment can be resold by itself or installed in different places.
Option 2: Compensation is based on 1.2~1.5 times of the total price of the equipment, but the household photovoltaic power station equipment will be demolished.
After analysis, the two schemes have their own advantages and disadvantages. Although the scheme 1 has less compensation, the follow-up income is large; although the scheme 2 has more compensation, it is only a hammer sale. Moreover, there are many small integrators in the local area who use the second scheme to carry out publicity, and even flicker that: the villagers in the villages with the demolition plan are busy installing time, so that they can get the double benefits of subsidies and compensation for demolition.
This kind of sign is very dangerous, because the owner of the PV power plant in this case is no longer concerned about the quality of the power station, the after-sales warranty and the power generation revenue, but when the demolition is compensated; the small integrator using this promotion, its The quality of the products should be greatly questioned. Can the small integrators provide good products if the customers themselves are not concerned about the quality?
In addition, according to someone who is in the know, in addition to the periphery of Baoding, there are similar cases in Beijing, but the compensation standard in Beijing is twice the total price of equipment. Sure enough, it is the emperor, and the shot is wide.
The children of Mrs. Liu in Shanghai installed a 5KW photovoltaic power station for her to support the elderly. The installation cost was 12 RMB/watt. A total of 60,000 RMB was spent, and the annual electricity income was about 8,000 RMB.
This year, due to the real estate developer's requisition of Mr. Liu's house, Mrs. Liu consulted the local demolition office and relevant government departments to ask whether their photovoltaic power station will be compensated. As the current domestic PV development is still in the basic development stage, the relevant laws and regulations are not perfect. The state has not specifically issued specific policies for the demolition and compensation of photovoltaic power generation systems. The government departments failed to give corresponding answers.
Mrs. Liu also consulted the legal profession, and the lawyer failed to give a corresponding answer.
Mrs. Liu took the initiative to find the relevant government departments, and negotiated according to the total cost of installation at that time and the compensation for power generation for 15 years. The relevant government departments, after relevant discussions and arguments, combined with the subsidy standards of the local government, finally gave Mrs. Liu the initial installation fee and 12 years of electricity cost compensation for power generation.