SDE++ – Stimulating Sustainable Energy Transition

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Introduction

The grant scheme Stimulation of Sustainable Energy Transition (SDE++) is a broadening of the earlier Stimulation of Sustainable Energy Production (SDE+). It is intended for companies and (non-)profit institutions in various sectors that produce renewable energy or apply CO2-reducing techniques, or aim to do so infuture. The central government is excluded from participation.

The difference compared with the former scheme is the scheme’s broadening scope: CO2 reduction is also stimulated.

Main CategorySubcategorySavings Calculation
Renewable electricity* Osmosis
* Hydropower
* Wind
* Sun
The difference between the average cost of renewable electricity and the relevant average market price of electricity.
Renewable heat (CHP)* Biomass (fermentation and incineration)
* Spent mushroom compost
* Geothermal energy (shallow)
* Solar thermal energy
The difference between the average cost of this renewable heat and the relevant average market price of heat.
Renewable gas* Biomass (fermentation and gasification)The difference between the average cost of this renewable gas and the relevant average market price of gas.
CO2-reducing heat* Aquathermal (TEO and TEA)
* Daylight greenhouse
* E-boiler
* Geothermal energy (shallow)
* Waste heat
* Heat pump
The difference between the average cost of this greenhouse gas reduction and the average cost of greenhouse gas emissions.
CO2-reducing production* CO2-capture and -storage
* Hydrogen produced via electrolysis
The difference between the average cost of this greenhouse gas reduction and the average cost of greenhouse gas emissions.

Target Groups

  • Companies and (non-)profit institutions in various sectors such as industry, mobility, electricity, agriculture and the built environment
  • The central government is excluded from participation.

Deadlines and Budget

The SDE++ is open from Tuesday 24 November, 9 a.m. until Thursday 17 December, 5 p.m. A budget of € 5 billion is available.

PhaseStart- and End DatePhase Limit Grant Intensity(€/Tonne CO2
Phase 124 November, 9 a.m., until 30 November, 5 p.m.65
Phase 230 November, 5 p.m., until 7 December, 5 p.m.85
Phase 37 December, 5 p.m., until 14 December, 5 p.m.180
Phase 414 December, 5 p.m., until 17 December, 5 p.m.300

Conditions

  •  It is intended for companies and (non-)profit institutions in various sectors that produce renewable energy or apply CO2-reducing techniques, or aim to do so infuture. 
  • Only the intended producer can apply for the grant
  • For each opening round, you can submit a maximum of 1 request per production installation category, per address where the installation will be installed.

 

The purpose of this fact sheet is to provide a quick overview of the objectives, structure and conditions of this grant scheme. No conclusions can be drawn on the basis of this information. Moreover, this document has no legal status. 

 

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