Germany is stepping up to the new year with new commitments to clean heating. From January 2023, Europe’s largest heat pump market will be supported with a subsidy scheme. In this new law, the federal government has increased incentives by 5% for heat pumps working on natural refrigerants, a first-of-its-kind signal to the market. Moreover, subsidies for heat pumps working on fluorinated gas will be phased out by 2028.
What is behind these changes?
How will this influence the heating and cooling market in Germany and, indirectly, in Europe?
In conversation with Deutsche Umwelthilfe (DUH) – one of the most active German civil society actors in this field, this webinar will explore the development of this legislation and the possible impacts to look out for.
Join us on 23 January by registering below.
15:00 Introduction: Davide Sabbadin, European Environmental Bureau
15:10 Keynote speaker: Florian Koch, Deutsche Umwelthilfe
This event is part of the Coolproducts campaign. Co-led by European Environmental Bureau (EEB) and Environmental Coalition on Standards (ECOS), Coolproducts is a coalition of NGOs working to ensure better products for consumers and the planet.