Country:Peru
Year:2008 (Jun 5th)
Policy status:In Force
Jurisdiction:National
Date Effective:2008 (Jun 5th)
Policy Type:Economic Instruments, Economic Instruments>Direct investment, Economic Instruments>Direct investment>Infrastructure investments
Renewable Energy Policy Targets:Solar Thermal, Solar Thermal, Solar heat
Policy Sector:Heating and Cooling
Agency:Congress
URL:http://www2.osinerg.gob.pe/EnergiasRenovables/contenido/Normas/DU_N%C2%B0019-2008-Solar-Pasiva.pdf
Legal References:Decree 019 - 2008
Renewable Energy Description:

Decree 019 of 2008 provided for the immediate construction of passive solar heating systems "Trombe Walls" by the government. "Trombe walls" are a building technique where heat collecting building materials are used in sun-facing façades and heat is then transferred to the dwelling through a passive ventilation system.

The construction took place in areas of extreme poverty above 3,500m of altitude, with a budget of USD 5.5 million (15.5 million peruvian Sols).

The Decree allowed for additional support from regional governments.

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