Solar support programme in California achieves results

Around 70 % of the hot water requirement will now be supplied by solar energy. The system is one of the largest that has so far been installed with the help of the CSI-Thermal programme. CSI-Thermal makes possible financial support for the commercial use of solar hot water production through a combination of tax credits, depreciation options and land tax reductions, as well as grants for new installations. It is run by three Californian energy supply utility companies.

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