The Dutch government stimulates the realisation of sustainable energy financially with the Regeling Stimulering Duurzame Energieproductie (SDE+) and Regeling Stimulering Duurzame Energieproductie en Klimaattransitie (SDE++). This subsidy scheme compensates for the difference in cost price of the renewable technology and the market price. This regulation applies to different categories of renewable energy, including wind and solar energy.

Applications for SDE subsidy

Pondera has extensive experience in successfully applying for the SDE and SDE+ subsidy and in drawing up and supplying the legally required documentation, such as permits, feasibility studies and (wind) reports. We do this with a practical approach aimed at getting the result you want to achieve.

SDE subsidy

The business case is also important for applying for the SDE subsidy. By means of the exploitation calculation and the feasibility study, it can be demonstrated to RVO that the project is financially feasible. This business case calculation and feasibility study is always part of our services when applying for an SDE subsidy.

Several things have changed in the new SDE++ scheme, compared to the previous SDE+ subsidy. Do you have any questions about the new SDE++ scheme or would you like to get assistance with applying for an SDE++ subsidy? We would be happy to assist you.

Renewable Energy Consultant

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