Country:Norway
Year:2000
Policy status:Superseded
Jurisdiction:National
Date Effective:2000
Policy Type:Economic Instruments>Fiscal/financial incentives
Renewable Energy Policy Targets:Multiple RE Sources, All
Policy Sector:Framework Policy
Agency:Ministry of Petroleum and Energy
URL:http://www.oed.dep.no/
Energy Efficiency Description:

The government has granted NKr 340 million in the budget for 2001 to promote a shift in the use and production of energy. Approximately NKr 60 million would be used for work directly tied to energy efficiency. The government has stated its objective to increase "new renewable capacity" (i.e. other than large-scale hydro) by 7 TWh. This will include increasing annual use of central heating based on new renewable energy sources, heat pumps and waste heat by 4 TWh by the year 2010; and the construction of wind generators with a production capacity of 3 TWh/year by the year 2010.

Renewable Energy Description:

The government provided NOK 340 million in the 2001 budget to promote a shift in the use and production of energy. About NOK 60 million was to be used for work directly related to energy efficiency. The government stated its objective to increase "new renewable capacity" (i.e., other than large-scale hydro) by 7 TWh. This will include increasing annual use of central heating based on new renewable energy sources, heat pumps and waste heat by 4 TWh by the year 2010; and the construction of wind generators with a production capacity of 3 TWh/year by the year 2010.

Climate Change Description:

The government has granted NKr 340 million in the budget for 2001 to promote a shift in the use and production of energy. Approximately NKr 60 million would be used for work directly tied to energy efficiency. The government has stated its objective to increase "new renewable capacity" (i.e. other than large-scale hydro) by 7 TWh. This will include increasing annual use of central heating based on new renewable energy sources, heat pumps and waste heat by 4 TWh by the year 2010; and the construction of wind generators with a production capacity of 3 TWh/year by the year 2010.

This record is superseded by:Investment aid and conditional loans to support development and deployment of energy and climate efficient technologies and measures through Enova SF

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