|Policy Type:||Economic Instruments>Fiscal/financial incentives, Regulatory Instruments|
|Legal References:||Decision 1107/1999|
The Hungarian government adopted the new Energy Conservation and Energy Efficiency Improvement Action Programme (Decision 1107/1999) that began in 2000 and is to run for ten years until 2010. This Action Programme is part of the Szécheni Plan, a broad effort to fund modernisation of the Hungarian economy launched in 2000. The Programme lists 15 sectors and areas for financial support. It targets a 7-8% reduction in energy consumption per year (approximately 1.8 Mtoe) until 2010 in those 15 sectors and areas.
|This record is superseded by:||Funding under the Energy Saving Strategy and Action Plan|
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