Post date: 6 May 2013
The Federal Office of Economics and Export Control (BAFA) offers investment grants for the installation of renewable energy heating systems.
Applications may be submitted by private individuals, independent professionals, non-profit organisations, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) as well as municipalities and local municipal authorities.
The following investment grants are available:
Post date: 25 Mar 2013
Post date: 22 Mar 2013
KfW Energieeffizient Sanieren – Ergänzungskredit
The KfW promotional programme “KfW Energy Efficient Renovation - Supplementary Credit” provides low interest loans for the replacement of the heating and domestic hot water systems of a residence, as long as the old systems were installed before 2009.
The loan provided can be up to EUR 50,000 and have a 10 year repayment period at a fixed interest rate.
Eligible interventions are:
Post date: 21 Mar 2013
Støtte til utstyr i bolig
The Norwegian National Energy Agency Enova has a programme that supports investments in renewable energy supply for dwellings.
The scheme supports solar heating systems, pellet stoves and pellet burners for central heating, heat pump systems for central heating and a thermal control system for efficient use of energy.
For more information, please visit the Enova website.
Post date: 19 Mar 2013
Detrazione fiscale per ristrutturazioni edilizie
The tax deduction mechanism is a voluntary mechanism which offers the possibility of deducting from income tax (i.e. 55%) of the costs incurred for the energy efficiency upgrading of existing buildings. The deductions must be spread over 10 years.
The deduction is permitted for resident and non-resident taxpayers, even if corporate revenue holders, who are in possession, for any reason, of the building subject of intervention. In particular:
Post date: 28 Feb 2013
Post date: 19 Feb 2013
Here you can download the PDF version of this Overview article (see below under 'Additional documents').Enjoy reading, and feel free to send a comment of your own! A heat pump is used to transport heat from a low temperature source to a higher temperature use (heat sink) by means of a transfer fluid (or refrigerant) in a thermodynamic cycle. Energy (usually electricity, or gas) is needed to circulate the transfer fluid and to operate pumps and fans.
Post date: 15 Jan 2013
Do you have what it takes to become "heat pump city of the year 2013"?Let us know how your region/municipality recognises heat pumptechnology in the race for a sustainable energy future.
Post date: 15 Jan 2013
This training is provided by the Centre Technique des Industries Aérauliques et Thermiques and concerns the design, installation and operation of a commercial or collective residential heat pump.
For more information about this course, please visit the CETIAT website.
Post date: 14 Jan 2013