Country:Czech Republic
Year:2002
Policy status:Superseded
Jurisdiction:National
Date Effective:2002
Date Ended:2005
Policy Type:Policy Support
Energy Efficiency Policy Targets:Multi-Sectoral Policy
Renewable Energy Policy Targets:Multiple RE Sources
Policy Sector:Multi-sectoral Policy
Climate Change Policy Targets:Energy Sector, Energy Efficiency / Demand Reduction, Energy Sector, Electricity Generation, Renewable
Agency:Ministry of Industry and Trade, Ministry of Environment, State Environmental Fund
Funding:CZK 4.2 Billion / year
Energy Efficiency Description:

Chapter III of the framework law "Act on Energy Management of the Czech Republic No 406/2000 is entitled "National Programme for Economical Energy Management and Use of Renewable and Secondary Energy Resources". This "National Programme" is a document defining objectives related to energy conservation and to the use of renewable and secondary energy sources. It complies with economic and social requirements according to the principle of sustainable development and the protection of the environment and is based on the national energy policy and on the national environmental policy. The most important objectives are that renewable energies should reach 2.9% of energy consumption by 2005, and that the energy intensity of the national economy will be reduced. The priority is promotion of renewable energy sources and energy-saving projects. It defines instruments for its implementation, including subsidies from the state budget.

Renewable Energy Description:

The "National Programme" defines objectives for energy conservation and the use of renewable and secondary energy sources. It complies with economic and social requirements according to the principle of sustainable developmentand the protection of the environment, and is based on national energy and environmental policies. The most important objectives include a target for renewable energies of 2.9% of energy consumption by 2005, and a reduction in energy intensity. The priority is to promote renewable energy sources and energy-saving projects. Instruments to achieve targets include subsidies from the state budget. The next programme is being prepared and will be valid for 2006 to 2009.

Climate Change Description:

The "National Programme" is a document defining objectives related to energy conservation and to the use of renewable and secondary energy sources. It complies with economic and social requirements according to the principle of sustainable development and the protection of the environment and is based on the national energy policy and on the national environmental policy. The most important objectives are that renewable energies should reach 2.9% of energy consumption by 2005, and that the energy intensity of the national economy will be reduced. The priority is promotion of renewable energy sources and energy-saving projects. It defines instruments for its implementation, including subsidies from the state budget.

This record is superseded by:1st National Programme for Economical Energy Management and Use of Renewable and Secondary Energy Resources

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