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Project type: Biomass , Energy Efficiency
Project location: Switzerland
Project status: In operation, exclusive
Annual CO₂ reduction: 10'000 t CO2e
This climate protection programme promotes switching from greenhouse heating with fossil fuels to heat generation with renewable resources. The goal of the funding programme is sustainable plant production through the reduction of carbon emissions due to the greenhouse heating. Greenhouse operations in Switzerland can avail themselves of the programme if a conversion takes place by 2027.
Many industrial greenhouses in Switzerland extend their growing season by heating with fossil fuels, such as natural gas, heating fuel or propane. This climate protection programme promotes the replacement of environmentally harmful fuels with wood, heat pumps, or by connecting these technologies to a combined heating system. Through the financial support of greenhouse operations, the programme seeks to lower the high investment threshold for renewable heating systems. By reducing the use of fossil fuels, the greenhouse gas emissions of Swiss greenhouses caused by heating will be lowered. The climate protection programme is managed by the Foundation myclimate and DM Energieberatung AG.
This climate protection programme has been made possible thanks to funding from the KliK Foundation. Go to our Info page to learn how the funding mechanism works for mandatory climate protection contributions.
Accredited ProCalor© advisers help the greenhouse operators develop a concept and variation study as well as with the subsequent programme registration. The climate protection programme assumes at least 25 per cent of study costs (programme participants assume 75 per cent). After the new heating system is successfully commissioned, the annual FOEN/SFOE-certified CO2 savings worth 115 francs per tonne of CO2 can be sold. An average annual income of 30,000 francs per hectare can be expected by the end of 2030.
Submit the registration form to myclimate at the latest before you sign a service or sales contract for a heating system based on renewable resource. The detailed acceptance criteria can be found on the registration form. The normal procedure for registering for the funding programme involves the following steps:
While the following point is not participation criteria for the support programme, we nevertheless strongly suggest that it be taken into consideration:
Enquiries regarding concept consultation can be made to the following accredited ProCalor© advisers:
Questions regarding programme registration and general questions regarding the climate protection programme:
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40,000 MWh of renewable heat will be generated annually.
10,000 t CO2 will be saved annually.