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Do you produce renewable energy or do you use techniques that reduce CO2? You can apply for a subsidy through the Sustainable Energy Transition subsidy scheme (Stimulering Duurzame Energietransitie, SDE++). This is a subsidy for a period of 12 or 15 years, depending on the technology you use.
The following energy techniques are eligible for SDE++:
- renewable electricity
- renewable heat and CHP
- renewable gas
- low-carbon heat
- low-carbon production
- carbon capture and use in greenhouses
When do you qualify?
You may be eligible for this subsidy if you are the intended producer: your company will realise and operate a production facility. You may have to conduct a feasibility study. You must meet the conditions. There are different requirements for different categories.
How to apply?
The SDE++ subsidy is currently closed. It is not yet known when applications for 2022 will open.