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Czech Republic: Political Discussions about Subsidy Scheme Problems

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on March 25, 2011

 Minister of the Environment, Tomáš Chalupa (left) and Martin Bursík (right), the former Minister of the Environment and one of the founders of Zelena Usporam” The Czech subsidy programme Zelena Usporam (Green Savings) is missing between Czech Koruny (CZK) 3 to 5 billion in order to satisfy all the applications already submitted (see news). The current Minister of the Environment, Tomáš Chalupa (left), blamed the founders of Zelena Usporam, saying that the subsidy programme had been steadily facing problems since the very beginning. In response, Martin Bursík (right), the former Minister of the Environment and one of the founders of Zelena Usporam, criticised the current administration of the subsidy programme for having stopped the programme too late - most probably for political reasons. According to Zelena Usporam, it is going to take another few weeks until all of the applications are processed. Until then, no further information will be available on the future of the programme.
Photos: www.radio.cz / www.ct24.cz

Czech Republic: Subsidy Programme halted

Submitted by Baerbel Epp on November 1, 2010

 Applicants for incentive scheme in Czech Republic Czechs trying to finalize their applications for the subsidy programme Zelena Usporam (Green Savings) at the last minute: The Czech Ministry of the Environment had announced an interruption of the subsidy programme on 25 October – and halted it just a few days later.
Photo: http://hn.ihned.cz

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