Lithuania

National/Regional schemes for Non-Residential Buildings and other Facilities

In this category you will find a list of the existing national and regional funding mechanisms that promote energy efficiency and renewable energy in non-residential buildings and facilities, such as commercial and office buildings, public buildings, industrial facilities etc. These funds are available in the form of non-repayable investments and/or favourable loans (often a combination of both). 
Post date: 14 Apr 2013
Type: Scheme

National/Regional schemes for Residential Buildings

In this category you will find a list of the existing national and regional funding mechanisms that promote energy efficiency and renewable energy in new and existing residential buildings, regardless of who the owner, developer or tenant is. 
Post date: 14 Apr 2013
Type: Scheme

National/Regional schemes for Municipalities, Social Housing, Companies, Enterprises

In this category you will find a list of the existing national and regional funding mechanisms that are aimed at legal persons, e.g. companies, SMEs, municipalities, homeowners associations etc. These schemes have greater diversity than those aimed at natural persons, because they range from relatively small, single-building interventions to large, neighbourhood-scale projects. The funds can be available in non-repayable investments and/or favourable loans (often a combination of the two). 
Post date: 14 Apr 2013
Type: Scheme

National/Regional schemes for Individuals (homeowners & tenants)

In this category you will find a list of the existing national and regional funding mechanisms that are aimed at natural persons, usually in the form of an owner or tenant of a residential building or apartment. 
Post date: 14 Apr 2013
Type: Scheme

Through the EEA and Norway Grants, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway contribute to reducing disparities in Europe and to strengthening bilateral relations with 16 European countries in central and southern Europe. The three countries cooperate closely with the EU through the Agreement on the European Economic Area (EEA). 
Post date: 2 Apr 2013
Type: Link

The 2012 Sector Study commissioned by the Architects’ Council of Europe shows that the profession is still suffering from the economic downturn. Although rates of decline are falling, architects have had to adapt to this on-going situation.
Post date: 14 Mar 2013
Type: Publication

Daugiabučių namų atnaujinimo (modernizavimo) programa   The Programme for the renovation/upgrading of multi-apartment buildings aims to encourage the apartment owners to comprehensively upgrade multi-apartment buildings and residential districts in order to achieve higher living standards, rational use of energy resources and compensation for reduced budgetary expenditure on heating costs.   The Programme implementation period is from 2005 until 2020.  
Post date: 1 Mar 2013
Type: Link