renewable heating and cooling

The Commission is in the process of updating some of the content on this website in light of the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union. If the site contains content that does not yet reflect the withdrawal of the United Kingdom, it is unintentional and will be addressed.

Founded in December 2008, the heat fund has been set up to support the production of heat from renewable sources.    The Heat Fund supports the development of the use of biomass (forestry, agriculture, biogas ...), geothermal energy (in direct use or through heat pumps), solar heat, energy recovery and the development of heat networks using these energies.   The sectors concerned are collective housing, communities and business.  
Post date: 30 Apr 2013
Type: Link

Programa Geotcasa / Geotcasa GIT   1) Geotcasa   The aim of the Geotcasa programme is to establish a funding mechanism that promotes quality and is tailored to the specific needs of users of geothermal systems.   Companies dealing in the supply and installation of geothermal systems in buildings may participate in this scheme and gain access to funding, as long as they can demonstrate a certain level of quality in technical services and organisational structure.  
Post date: 26 Mar 2013
Type: Link

Programa Solcasa / Solcasa GIT   1) Solcasa   The aim of the programme Solcasa is to establish a funding mechanism that promotes quality and is tailored to the specific needs of users of solar thermal systems.   Companies dealing in the supply and installation of solar thermal systems in buildings may participate in this scheme and gain access to funding, as long as they can demonstrate a certain level of quality in technical services and organisational structure.
Post date: 26 Mar 2013
Type: Link

Programa Biomcasa II / Biomcasa GIT   1) Biomcasa II   The Biomcasa II programme is a continuation of its predecessor, the Biomcasa programme. The aim of the programme is to establish a funding mechanism that promotes quality and is tailored to the specific needs of users of biomass systems.  
Post date: 26 Mar 2013
Type: Link

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
Type: Link

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
Type: Link

Støtte til eksisterende bygg og anlegg   This programme is run by the Norwegian National Energy Agency and offers financial support for the implementation of energy saving measures in existing buildings and facilities, and for the conversion of local/district heat production plants so that they can operate on renewable sources.   Eligible beneficiaries are registered enterprises and public institutions that own the buildings and/or facilities or are tenants in housing cooperatives.
Post date: 19 Mar 2013
Type: Link

KfW Erneuerbare Energien   The KfW promotional programme “KfW Renewable Energies” provides promotional funds in the form of loans for investments in renewable energy. The programme addresses individuals, non-profit organisations, enterprises and municipalities. It is divided into the following sub-categories:  
Post date: 13 Mar 2013
Type: Link

Post date: 16 Nov 2012
Type: Publication