|Title||EC approves Belgian renewables certificates|
|Date||2018-02-23 AM 10:22:40||Hit||196|
The European Commission has ruled that two Belgian energy certificate schemes are in line with state aid rules.
The executive said on Friday the schemes for renewable electricity and high-efficiency cogeneration in Flanders were in line with EU state aid rules and “contribute to reaching EU energy and climate goals whilst preserving competition”.
Belgium notified the EU of the measures in October 2017.
Electricity producers under the green certificate scheme receive one certificate per MWh.
Under the combined heat and power certificate scheme high-efficiency cogeneration installations receive one certificate for each MWh of energy saving they realise.
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