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EAG investment subsidies for photovoltaic systems and electricity storage successfully launched at OeMAG


Big rush – OeMAG issued more than 32,000 tickets within 90 minutes.

vienna (OTS) – The application for investment support for photovoltaic systems and electricity storage systems under the Renewable Energy Expansion Act (EAG), which took place on June 21, 2022, at 5:00 p.m., was successfully completed. The flood of applications was easily handled by the IT systems of OeMAG. In the first 5 minutes already more than 16,441 tickets were drawn, after 60 minutes there were already more than 31,000 tickets. This corresponds to a more than threefold increase in the number of tickets drawn, compared to the application times of the previous years.

“As in previous years, all technical measures were taken with our partners to ensure a smooth process,” emphasized OeMAG board members Dr. Horst Brandlmaier and MMag. Gerhard Röthlin.

The applicants now have seven days from Wednesday (June 22, 2022, 11 a.m.) to complete their application. A total of 240 million euros is available in 2022 for investment funding under the Renewable Energy Sources Act for the expansion of photovoltaic systems and electricity storage – making the budget higher than ever before.

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