Country:Luxembourg
Year:1994
Policy status:Ended
Jurisdiction:National
Date Effective:1994
Date Ended:1999 (Dec 31st)
Policy Type:Economic Instruments>Fiscal/financial incentives>Grants and subsidies, Economic Instruments>Fiscal/financial incentives>Feed-in tariffs/premiums
Energy Efficiency Policy Targets:Multi-Sectoral Policy
Renewable Energy Policy Targets:Multiple RE Sources, CHP, Wind, Solar Thermal, Solar, Bioenergy, Bioenergy, Biomass for power, Bioenergy, Biomass for heat
Policy Sector:Framework Policy
Climate Change Policy Targets:Energy Sector, Electricity Generation, Renewable, Energy Sector, CHP
URL:http://www.legilux.public.lu/leg/a/archives/1994/0124/a124.pdf#page=8
Legal References:Journal Officiel du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg A-No 124 31 Décembre 1994
Energy Efficiency Description:

The Ministerial Regulation (6 December 1994) provided financial support for renewable and energy efficiency technologies, including: CHP, wind, solar, biomass and heat pumps.

The funding for non-industrial generators was:

  • CHP: 6 000 LUF per kWe, with a maximum of LUF 6 million per installation. Funding required that the system have a minimum efficiency to 80%, minimum load factor of 2 500 hours per year, and that the heat produced would be delivered to third parties.
  • Wind: 3 000 LUF per kWe, with a maximum of LUF 6 million per project. Projects required a minimum capacity of 50 kWe. Wind turbines with a capacity less then 50 kWe received a direct grant of 25% of the investment cost.
  • Solar thermal, PV, biomass and heat pumps: grants of 25% of the investment cost, with up to a maximum of LUF 60 000 per house, or a maximum of LUF 1.5 million in the non residential sector.
Renewable Energy Description:

The Ministerial Regulation (6 December 1994) provided financial support for renewable and energy efficiency technologies, including: CHP, wind, solar, biomass and heat pumps.

The funding for non-industrial generators was:

  • CHP: 6 000 LUF per kWe, with a maximum of LUF 6 million per installation. Funding required that the system have a minimum efficiency to 80%, minimum load factor of 2 500 hours per year, and that the heat produced would be delivered to third parties.
  • Wind: 3 000 LUF per kWe, with a maximum of LUF 6 million per project. Projects required a minimum capacity of 50 kWe. Wind turbines with a capacity less then 50 kWe received a direct grant of 25% of the investment cost.
  • Solar thermal, PV, biomass and heat pumps: grants of 25% of the investment cost, with up to a maximum of LUF 60 000 per house, or a maximum of LUF 1.5 million in the non residential sector.
Climate Change Description:

The Ministerial Regulation (6 December 1994) provided financial support for renewable and energy efficiency technologies, including: CHP, wind, solar, biomass and heat pumps.

The funding for non-industrial generators was:

  • CHP: 6 000 LUF per kWe, with a maximum of LUF 6 million per installation. Funding required that the system have a minimum efficiency to 80%, minimum load factor of 2 500 hours per year, and that the heat produced would be delivered to third parties.
  • Wind: 3 000 LUF per kWe, with a maximum of LUF 6 million per project. Projects required a minimum capacity of 50 kWe. Wind turbines with a capacity less then 50 kWe received a direct grant of 25% of the investment cost.
  • Solar thermal, PV, biomass and heat pumps: grants of 25% of the investment cost, with up to a maximum of LUF 60 000 per house, or a maximum of LUF 1.5 million in the non residential sector.

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