Country:Belgium
Year:2007
Policy status:In Force
Jurisdiction:State/Regional
Date Effective:2007
Policy Type:Economic Instruments>Fiscal/financial incentives>Grants and subsidies
Renewable Energy Policy Targets:Solar Thermal, Solar, Solar, Solar photovoltaic
Policy Sector:Multi-sectoral Policy
Size of Plant Targeted:Small
Climate Change Policy Targets:Energy Sector, Electricity Generation, Renewable, Solar Thermal, Energy Sector, Electricity Generation, Renewable, Solar Photovoltaic
Agency:Bruxelles Environnement (Brussels Capital Region Ministry of Environment)
URL:http://www.environnement.brussels/thematiques/energie/quest-ce-que-lenergie-verte/certificats-verts
Renewable Energy Description:

As of 1 January 2007, a new Decree provides various subsidies for the installation of solar energy in households. For these small photovoltaic systems, the Brussels government offers a subsidy of EUR 3 per peak watt with a maximum grant of 50 % of investment cost per household (40% for professional sector, such as industry or services), with a maximum grant of EUR 3000 for solar water heating systems and EUR 6000 for combination systems for solar water heating and central heating. In addition, the cost of a meter is reimbursed (EUR 235). Various communes within the Brussels region also offer additional subsidies as follows: - Anderlecht: 10 % of investment costs, up to a maximum of EUR 1000 - Berchem-Saint-Agathe: 50 % of the investment costs, deducted from regional subsidy (maximum of EUR 250) - Etterbeek: 10 % of investment costs, up to a maximum of EUR 500 per installation - Ixelles: 10 % of investment costs, up to a maximum of EUR 500 per household - Koekelberg: Maximum of EUR 500

Climate Change Description:

As of 1 January 2007, a new Decree provides various subsidies for the installation of solar energy in households. For these small photovoltaic systems, the Brussels government offers a subsidy of EUR 3 per peak watt with a maximum grant of 50 % of investment cost per household (40% for professional sector, such as industry or services), with a maximum grant of EUR 3000 for solar water heating systems and EUR 6000 for combination systems for solar water heating and central heating. In addition, the cost of a meter is reimbursed (EUR 235). Various communes within the Brussels region also offer additional subsidies as follows: - Anderlecht: 10 % of investment costs, up to a maximum of EUR 1000 - Berchem-Saint-Agathe: 50 % of the investment costs, deducted from regional subsidy (maximum of EUR 250) - Etterbeek: 10 % of investment costs, up to a maximum of EUR 500 per installation - Ixelles: 10 % of investment costs, up to a maximum of EUR 500 per household - Koekelberg: Maximum of EUR 500

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