Applications are made via the SDE++ subsidy scheme, the most important one with which the government uses sustainable
support energy projects. The majority of the approved applications, more than 3,500,
consists of sun-on-roof projects. In addition, budget goes to sustainable
heat projects such as geothermal energy, green gas and electric boilers in industry.
Actual expenditure is expected to be lower on Friday, according to the cabinet, because energy and CO2 prices are higher
fail or projects are cancelled. All
approved projects together can save 1.67 megatonnes of CO2 per year.
In total, more than 4,200 applications were submitted for a total of €12.1 billion.
for CO₂ capture and storage totaling €6.1 billion have all been withdrawn or rejected. This one
projects are all linked to the Aramis project, a project to enable CO2 storage at sea
which requires more time to implement.