The European Commission has approved under EU State aid rules a Polish scheme to support high-efficiency cogeneration and reduced surcharges to finance the scheme for energy-intensive users. It also opened an investigation into reduced surcharges to finance Poland’s capacity mechanism.
A Brussels-based start-up is presenting a self-financed solution to make CO2 savings of 27% and provide energy to a jointly owned building of 430 apartments in Anderlecht, Brussels (rue Marius Renard 27). The project covers the installation of a very efficient cogeneration facility and the complete renovation of the 27-storey building’s roof. The joint owners of the 430 apartments have not made any financial contributions, yet will benefit from free energy and even a financial return.
The European Commission has approved, under EU State aid rules, reductions granted to energy-intensive companies on a surcharge to finance support for renewable electricity production and high-efficient cogeneration in Greece.
An EU-funded project is helping European cities to run district heating and cooling systems with waste heat. Solutions provided through the project capture and use this affordable and plentiful resource to help households, factories and offices save energy.
Decision not to raise objections.