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Hamburg Climate Protection Ordinance.

Country/Territory
Germany
Territorial subdivision
Hamburg
Document type
Regulation
Date
2020
Source
FAO, FAOLEX
Long title
Ordinance on the implementation of the obligations to use photovoltaics and renewable energies in the heat supply according to the Hamburg Climate Protection Act.
Subject
Energy
Keyword
Certification Energy conservation/energy production Renewable energy
Geographical area
Alps, Europe, Europe and Central Asia, European Union Countries, North Sea, North-East Atlantic, Western Europe
Entry into force notes
This Ordinance comes into force on 01 January 2021.
Abstract

The Ordinance provides for use of renewable energies for heat recovery purposes. The use of a solar thermal system should comply with the European approval mark "Solar Keymark". The Ordinance provides for calculation measures of the driven electricity, annual heating and annual performance factors. The Ordinance provides for the use of the solid biomass and room combustion system. The Ordinance determines provisions for gas withdrawal from a gas network. The Ordinance consists of 1 Article under the title of "Recognised renewable energies" that is proclaimed as Article 1 of the Ordinance implementing the obligations to use photovoltaics and renewable energies in the heat supply according to the Hamburg climate protection act and amending the ordinance on chimney sweep work of 22 December 2020 (HmbGVBl. p. 711).

Full text
German
Website
www.landesrecht-hamburg.de

References - Legislation

Implements

Directive 2009/125/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council establishing a framework for the setting of ecodesign requirements for energy-related products.

Legislation | European Union | 2009

Keyword: Ecofriendly products/ecofriendly processes, Energy conservation/energy production, Internal trade

Source: FAO, FAOLEX

Hamburg Climate Protection Law.

Legislation | Germany | 1997 (2020)

Keyword: Pollution control, Climate change, Ozone layer, Energy conservation/energy production, Renewable energy

Source: FAO, FAOLEX