Vouchers for solar collectors gone in seven minutes
The Slovak Innovative and Energy Agency handed out 490 vouchers for the installation of solar collectors to households outside the Bratislava region in the first round.
Slovak households have not lost their interest in financial support for the purchase and installation of a small renewable energy source. In the first round of the project titled Green to Households II, the allocated sum for co-financing solar collectors was gone in seven minutes. “We are stilling registering a great interest in this support. The round was closed seven minutes after its start when the interest in this support exceeded the allocated sum of 800,000 euros,“ Director General of the Slovak Innovative and Energy Agency (SIEA) Alexandra Velicka informed. The agency handed out 490 vouchers for the installation of solar collectors to households outside the Bratislava region in the first round.
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