Second round of subsidies for small RES is closed
The original budget of 4 million euros within the project Green to Households was exceeded dramatically already on the very first day of its launch. SIEA therefore raised funds for the second round by another 3 million euros for regions outside Bratislava.
The second round of subsidies for the purchase and installation of small renewables for Slovak households is even more successful than the first one. It started on Monday, February 1 and the Slovak Innovation and Energy Agency (SIEA) has reported an enormous interest of households in the project. „Since the interest of households in the second round of the project Green to Households has exceeded significantly the original budget of 4 million euros, we have raised funds for the second round by another 3 million euros for regions outside Bratislava. In spite of this, the second round comes to an end,“ informed the Agency. The information system will set the order of vouchers.
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