The EC CHP Directive (2004/8/EC) is put in place to promote the development of the co-generation concept in Europe, thereby harvesting the large energy efficiency potential in the field. The Share of CHP in the Slovak Republic is among the highest in Europe, as shown in Slide 30 from the presentation and in the map (below).
The SETatWork Slovak partner, Energy Centre Bratislava (ECB), has analysed the implementation process in Slovakia, the overall status and prospects for enhanced degree of high efficiency CHP.
The main findings are:
Strong support has been given from SETatWork activities to foster appropriate implementation in Slovakia in the form of training, match-making, publishing and dissemination activities. Among others, these efforts have oriented towards the ETS contributors with highest CHP potential in Slovakia, which are the following industries:
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