Country:Poland
Year:2013
Policy status:In Force
Jurisdiction:National
Date Effective:2013
Date Ended:2020
Policy Type:Economic Instruments>Fiscal/financial incentives>Grants and subsidies, Economic Instruments>Fiscal/financial incentives>Loans
Policy Target:Buildings>Building Type>Non-residential, Buildings>Building Type>Residential
Agency:National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management (NFOŚiGW)
URL:http://www.nfosigw.gov.pl/oferta-finansowania/srodki-krajowe/programy-priorytetowe/lemur-energooszczedne-budynki-uzytecznosci-publicznej/
Funding:in total: 300 mln PLN (ca. 71 mln EUR)
Description:

Programme is currently under revision. Budget foreseen is $75 million EUR for grants and loans. Continuous call for applications until 31 July 2016. 

 

The aim of the program is to avoid CO2 emissions in relation to the design and construction of new energy efficient public buildings.

Programme runs from 2013and end in 2020. 

Budget designeted for the programme: 300 mln PLN (30 mln PLN for grants). Forms of co-financing : (1) Grants – 30 mln PLN for grants, (2) Loan – 270 mln PLN.

Beneficiaries:

1. public sector entities,
2. local government units and their associations and companies,
3. public service utilities,
4. universities,
5. hospitals, medical entities,
6. non-governmental organizations, churches and other religious organizations.

Types of projects:
Financial support for the projects connected with the design and construction of new buildings:

1) public buildings - it means building intended for public administration, culture, education, higher education, science, education, health, social, or social, tourism and sport.
2) collective residential buildings – f.e. dormitory, student houses, orphanage, old’s people home, etc.
Possibility to get grants of up to 30%, 50% or 70% - level of the support depends on the energy efficiency class of the proposed building. There are three classes efficiency A, B and C, depending on the degree of energy demand reduction of the building and primary energy usage.

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