THERMAL SUBSIDY 2.0
Respect for the environment, together with technology innovation, is one of the goals that has always led Famar Patents, enabling it to become one leading company in this sector today.
Your consultants will be able to advise you on the product that suits your needs and will allow you to take advantage of state subsidies in terms of energy saving.
With Famar Brevetti products, you can benefit of the 2.0 thermal subsidy quickly and easily.
The new thermal subsidy, in force since May 31, 2016, provides a paid contribution to people purchasing stoves and biomass burning boilers with certain characteristics, with the aim of replacing pre-existing heating systems.
“Thermal subsidy” and other subsidies for heating with wood and pellets
Do you have a stove, a fireplace or a wood-burning boiler or pellet and you’ve heard about GSE (pretty much the state), Thermal Subsidy and incentives to improve your home energy efficiency and at the same time, save. But things are not quite clear to you. Here is a 3-point answer to the question: how to warm up saving?
Thermal Subsidy 2.0 according to GSE
The Thermal Subsidy 2.0 is an incentive system that provides economic support up to 65% of the cost of replacing old boilers and diesel or biomass stoves with new generation energy conversion units powered by wood biomass. It is therefore rewarded the choice of more advanced technologies that have a lower environmental impact in terms of emissions. It is important to know:
The rapidity of delivery through current account transfer is the great advantage of the Thermal Subsidy 2.0:
If you have an old appliance, hurry up! If you replace it with one of most calorific efficiency and reduced energy consumption, thanks to the 2.0 thermal subsidy you will be able to recover the investment you are facing in short time.
50% deduction or Ecobonus
Estimated tax reductions of 50% for renewal and energy efficiency. This form of incentive is an alternative to the Thermal Subsidy; you have to decide which one of the two ways you should take. Summin up:
50% deductions on the total cost for installing a new biomass generator. This is the easiest tool to access.
The 6 Climate Zones identified, classified by A to F, have the purpose of regulating the bands of electricity and gas consumption in the national territory, assuming for every zone average temperatures. The Thermal Subsidy varies with the Climate Zone variation. Below is a map and tables split out by product: