Agency rejects accusations of fraud in support for small RES
According to the Slovak Innovation and Energy Agency, the accusations of filling in applications automatically by a robot in the second round of the project Green to Households, which appeared in the media, have not been proved.
The allocation of vouchers for the purchase and installation of small renewable energy sources (RES) was not accompanied by any fraud, the Slovak Innovation and Energy Agency (SIEA) responsible for the state subsidies for small power and heat plants informed. „Suspicions of filling out applications by a robot in the second round of the project Green to Households, which the media reported about, were based mainly on high numbers of applications shortly after the launch of the scheme, have not been provided,“ director of Communication and International Cooperation Department at the agency, Eduard Jambor, informed the portal vEnergetike.sk.
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