Czech Republic Renewable Energy Policy Handbook, 2022 Update

Pages: 17 Published: March 04, 2022 Report Code: GDAE1482P

The Czech Republic derives its renewable energy from biogas, biomass, solar, water, and other renewable energy like wind power. One of the primary objectives of the country is to reduce Green House Gas (GHG) emissions by over 25% by 2030 in comparison to 2005 levels.

The Czech Republic renewable energy policy handbook offers comprehensive information on major policies governing the renewable energy market in the country. The report also discusses renewable energy targets and plans along with the present policy framework, giving a fair idea of the overall growth potential of the renewable energy industry. Moreover, the report provides major technology-specific policies and incentives provided in the country.

What are the market dynamics in the Czech Republic renewable energy industry?

The Energy Regulatory Office (ERU) is one of the major central authorities in the Czech Republic energy market. It is responsible for energy regulation in the Czech Republic. The ERU also monitors market compliance with the provisions of The Energy Act to protect customers’ interests in business activities in the electricity and gas sectors.

To support the growth of renewables, the government introduced the State Energy Policy (SEP) in March 2004. The major priority of the policy was to develop the renewable sector in the country and to promote the growth of the renewable power market. The State Energy Policy was updated in 2010 and later in 2015, in line with amendments to the Czech Republic Climate Protection Policy, to ensure the synchronized functioning of the various departments and smooth implementation of the policy initiatives. The policy has set renewable energy targets for up to 2040.

What are the major policies & incentives in the Czech Republic renewable energy market?

The major policies & incentives in the Czech Republic renewable energy market are National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP); State Energy Policy (SEP); Hydrogen Energy, Green Investment Scheme: New Green Savings Programme; Energy Management Act; Feed-in-tariff and Premium Tariff (Green Bonus); Auctions; Tax Exemption for Renewable Energy Use; State Program for promoting Energy Savings and using Renewable and Secondary Energy Sources; and National Recovery Plan.

State Energy Policy (SEP)

The policy was approved by the government in 2004 and was last updated in 2015. It prioritizes the increased use of renewable energy in the country. The State Energy Policy is a strategic document expressing the objectives of the states in the energy sector concerning the need for economic and social development and includes environmental pollution.  The policy was approved by the government in 2004 and was last updated in 2015. Moreover, it prioritizes the increased use of renewable energy in the country.

Green Investment Scheme: New Green Savings Programme

The Ministry of Environment developed this plan in 2013 and the scheme continued in 2021 as the New Green Savings Programme. This plan focuses on subsidizing thermal renovation and installation of highly efficient renewable energy equipment in existing single-family and multi-apartment buildings. Subsidy for the installation of various products with Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) is being offered to support awareness about the sustainability of renewable energy.

Energy Management Act

The act came into force in January 2001 and was amended in 2006. It aims to increase energy efficiency during transfer, distribution, consumption, and storage-related activities. The law prescribes various obligations such as performing energy audits, obeying rules for the creation of State Energy Conception, and town planning energy schemes for individuals and legal entities. The amended act establishes a framework for the setting up of eco-design requirements for energy-using appliances.

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Market report scope

Major policies & incentives National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP); State Energy Policy (SEP); Hydrogen Energy, Green Investment Scheme: New Green Savings Programme; Energy Management Act; Feed-in-tariff and Premium Tariff (Green Bonus); Auctions; Tax Exemption for Renewable Energy Use; State Program for promoting Energy Savings and using Renewable and Secondary Energy Sources; and National Recovery Plan.

Scope

  • The report covers policy measures and incentives used by the Czech Republic to promote renewable energy.
  • The report details promotional measures in the Czech Republic both for the overall renewable energy industry and for specific renewable energy technologies that have potential in the country.

Reasons to Buy

The report will enhance your decision-making capability in a more rapid and time-sensitive manner. It will allow you to:

  • Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights about policy decisions being taken for different renewable energy sources.
  • Identify opportunities and challenges in exploiting various renewable technologies.
  • Compare the level of support provided to different renewable energy technologies in the country.
  • Be ahead of the competition by keeping yourself abreast of all the latest policy changes.

Table of Contents

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1. Czech Republic Power Market, Regulatory Scenario

1.1 Renewable Energy Market, Overview

1.2 Renewable Energy Targets

1.3 National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP) 2021 – 2030

1.4 State Energy Policy (SEP)

1.5 Hydrogen Energy

1.6 Green Investment Scheme: New Green Savings Programme

1.7 Energy Management Act

1.8 Feed-in-tariff and Premium Tariff (Green Bonus)

1.9 Auctions

1.10 Tax Exemption for Renewable Energy Use

1.11 State Program to Promote Energy Savings and Use of Renewable and Secondary Energy Sources

1.12 National Recovery Plan

2. Appendix

2.1 Abbreviations

2.2 Market Definitions

 Power

 Renewable Power

 Installed Capacity

 Electricity Generation

 Electricity Consumption

2.3 Methodology

 Coverage

 Secondary Research

 Primary Research

 Modelling and Forecasting

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List of Tables

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Table 1: Renewable Energy Targets, Czech Republic

Table 2: Feed in Tariffs, Czech Republic, 2021

Table 3: Biopower Feed in Tariffs, Czech Republic, 2021

Table 4: Abbreviations

List of Figures

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Table 1: Renewable Energy Targets, Czech Republic

Table 2: Feed in Tariffs, Czech Republic, 2021

Table 3: Biopower Feed in Tariffs, Czech Republic, 2021

Table 4: Abbreviations

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The major policies & incentives in the Czech Republic renewable energy industry are National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP); State Energy Policy (SEP); Hydrogen Energy, Green Investment Scheme: New Green Savings Programme; Energy Management Act; Feed-in-tariff and Premium Tariff (Green Bonus); Auctions; Tax Exemption for Renewable Energy Use; State Program for promoting Energy Savings and using Renewable and Secondary Energy Sources; and National Recovery Plan

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