Six months for installation of small RES for household
The Slovak Innovation and Energy Agency has already registered more than 200 entities that will be authorized to install small power and heat plants to households.
Companies and the self-employed show a strong interest in the registration with the project Green to Households thanks to which Slovak households may receive a state subsidy for the purchase and installation of the small-scale renewable energy source (RES). The Slovak Innovation and Energy Agency (SIEA), which runs this project, has already registered more than 200 entities that will be authorized to install small power and heat plants to households. Director of Communication and International Cooperation Department at SIEA, Eduard Jambor, informed that the list of contractors will be updated continually. „There are more than 400 candidates waiting for the registration. More contractors will be added on the list after delivering contracts on reimbursement of vouchers,“ said Jambor.
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