Country:Luxembourg
Year:2013 (Jan 1st)
Policy status:In Force
Jurisdiction:National
Date Effective:2013 (Jan 1st)
Policy Type:Economic Instruments>Fiscal/financial incentives>Grants and subsidies
Energy Efficiency Policy Targets:Buildings, Building Type, Residential, Buildings, Existing buildings, Buildings, New buildings, Buildings, Energy Class, Low Energy, Buildings, Building Code, Energy performance
Renewable Energy Policy Targets:Multiple RE Sources, Multiple RE Sources, Power, Solar, Solar Thermal, Bioenergy, Multiple RE Sources, Heating, Multiple RE Sources, Renewable heat pumps
Policy Sector:Electricity, Heating and Cooling, Multi-sectoral Policy
Size of Plant Targeted:Small
Agency:My Energy
URL:http://www.legilux.public.lu/leg/a/archives/2012/0264/a264.pdf#page=2
URL:http://www.myenergy.lu
Legal References:Règlement grand-ducal du 18 décembre 2012 au Memorial A-No 264; Legal basis: Journal Officiel du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg A-No 70 6 Septembre 1993
Energy Efficiency Description:

The regulation of 12 December 2012 sets up a new financial aid scheme called “PRIMe House”. The regulation went into force on 1 January 2013 superseding regulation in force between 2008 and 2012.

Scheme provides financial support in form of grants for projects aiming to improve energy savings and usage of renewable energy sources in the building sector. The scheme focus is on renovation and improvement of already existing households and enactment of new households with high energy efficiency indicators and substantial usage of renewable energy sources.

Only private homeowners can benefit from the scheme.

Levels of the support possible:

  • Individual homeowners can benefit from up to EUR 15000 for households with low energy consumption;
  • Less energy efficient households for renovation and installations or energy efficient and renewable energy technologies can receive up to EUR 40000 in grants.

 Individuals installing following renewable installations can benefit from the support:

  • Solar thermal installations;
  • Solar PV;
  • Heat pumps;
  • Wood boilers;
Renewable Energy Description:

The regulation of 12 December 2012 sets up a new financial aid scheme called “PRIMe House”. The regulation went into force on 1 January 2013 superseding regulation in force between 2008 and 2012.

Scheme provides financial support in form of grants for projects aiming to improve energy savings and usage of renewable energy sources in the building sector. The scheme focus is on renovation and improvement of already existing households and enactment of new households with high energy efficiency indicators and substantial usage of renewable energy sources.

Only private homeowners can benefit from the scheme.

Levels of the support possible:

  • Individual homeowners can benefit from up to EUR 15000 for households with low energy consumption;
  • Less energy efficient households for renovation and installations or energy efficient and renewable energy technologies can receive up to EUR 40000 in grants.

 Individuals installing following renewable installations can benefit from the support:

  • Solar thermal installations;
  • Solar PV;
  • Heat pumps;
  • Wood boilers;
Related policies:Framework Law concerning rational use of energy: Law of 5 August 1993
This record supersedes:Financial aid programme for energy savings and renewable energy in housing 2008

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