Broadening subsidy scheme for renewable energy: from SDE+ to SDE++

This short article discusses the contemplated broadening of the SDE+, the main subsidy scheme for renewable energy production in the Netherlands, to a Subsidy Scheme for Renewable Energy Transition, or SDE++.

The article was published on 14 January 2019 in the ILO series Energy & Natural Resources. Click here for the article.

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