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Heat Supply Act no 772/2000, amended by Act no 345/2005 and no 622/2010

Legislative
Act; Law
Passed in 2000
The objective of this Act is to promote the most socio-economic and environmentally-friendly use of energy for heating buildings, supplying them with hot water and reduce the dependency of the energy system on oil. It notably aims to foster use of geothermal energy.

This document was amended by the Act amending the Electricity Act, Natural Gas Supply Act, Heat Supply Act and various other laws, repealing the Act on the use of renewable energy sources (No. 622 of 2010).

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