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Renewable energy in Luxembourg

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Renewable energy in Luxembourg

Renewable energy in Luxembourg comes from hydro power, wind, biomass and solar power.[1]


  • Policy 1
  • Generation 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4


Policy that supports renewable energy development in Luxembourg is the 1993 Framework Law (amended in 2005), in which there are special tariffs given to different type of renewable energy used and subsidies available for private companies that invest in renewable energy technology.


In 2005, renewable energy contributed to the 24.8% electricity generation in the country, which comprises pump storage (19.0%), hydro (2.3%), biomass (1.8%), wind (1.3%) and solar (0.4%).[2]

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