According to Article 70(1) of Commission Regulation (EU) 2016/631 of 14 April 2016 establishing a network code on requirements for grid connection of generators (hereinafter – Regulation), from the date of the decision of the NCC pursuant to Article 69(1) of the Regulation, the manufacturer of any power-generating module classified as an emerging technology shall submit to the NCC every two months an update of the sales of the module per Member State for the past two months. The NCC shall make publicly available the cumulative maximum capacity of power-generating modules classified as emerging technologies.
According to Article 70(2) of Regulation (EU) 2016/631 in the event that the cumulative maximum capacity of all power-generating modules classified as emerging technologies connected to networks exceeds the threshold established in Article 67 of Regulation, the classification as an emerging technology shall be withdrawn by the NCC. The withdrawal decision shall be published. The highest threshold in Baltic synchronous area is 4,427 MW, accordingly in Lithuania is 0,903 MW. Latvia and Estonia also made its decisions regarding this emerging technology.
List of the NCC approved power-generating modules (PGMs) classified as emerging technologies you can find here.