|Policy status:||In Force|
|Policy Type:||Economic Instruments>Fiscal/financial incentives|
|Policy Target:||Industry, Energy Utilities>CHP, Energy Utilities|
In 2008 the BMU started a funding programme, implemented by the BAFA, for small and highly efficient combined heat and power generation installations. The objective of the funding is to increase the use of mini-CHP plants in the heating market segment up to 50 kW by means of investment incentives. Besides SMEs the funding programme is also targeted at freelance professionals, private individuals and municipalities, as well as municipal regional authorities and special-purpose associations. There has so far been very strong demand for the programme and it has had a positive impact on the further development of mini-CHP plants. A forward-looking market has emerged in which innovative CHP technologies can flourish.
|25 Energy Efficiency Recommendations Applied:||Energy utilities|
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