Country:Czech Republic
Year:1998
Policy status:Ended
Jurisdiction:International
Date Effective:1998
Date Ended:2001
Policy Type:Economic Instruments, Economic Instruments>Direct investment, Economic Instruments>Fiscal/financial incentives>Grants and subsidies
Policy Target:Energy Utilities, Energy Utilities>Heating (including district heating)
Agency:Ministry of Environment, World Bank
URL:http://web.worldbank.org/external/default/main?pagePK=34370&piPK=34424&theSitePK=4607&menuPK=34463&contentMDK=20012867
Description:

The Czech Republic has received Global Environment Facility (GEF) grants, available to developing countries and those with economies in transition for projects and activities that address some aspects of the global environment. In August 1998, the World Bank approved a Global Environment Facility grant of $5.8 million for the Kyjov Waste Heat Utilisation Project to improve the efficiency of the Czech Republics energy sector. The project will reduce emissions of greenhouse gases from the district heating system by increasing the energy efficiency and reliability of heat and power supply to the Vetropak Moravia Glass factory and heat supply to the city of Kyjov.

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