State budget is not generous to Slovak energy sector
Less than 8.3 million euros was allocated for energy support from the European Union and co-financing compared to over 16 million euros spent every in years 2013 and 2014. This year, the support is expected to reach less than 21 milllion euros.
The lowest sum of money was allocated for Slovak energy support in 2016 over the last four years. Less than 8.3 million euros was set aside for energy support from the European Union and co-financing. More than 16 million euros was spent every year on energy support in 2013 and 2014. This year, the support is expected to reach less than 21 million euros instead of projected 50 million euros. Under the budget proposal for the years 2016-2018, the year 2016 is set to be the last one for now in which energy sector will get a financial support.
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