This scheme is now closed.
The Department of Environment of the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Infrastructure of Luxembourg, in collaboration with the Ministry of Housing, has developed a financial aid plan for energy measures in the housing sector for the period 2013 to 2016. The corresponding Grand Ducal Regulation was published in December 18, 2012.
The scheme covers the following:
Post date: 24 paź 2013
This summary guide to financing facilities for energy efficiency in the Western Balkans is intended to provide an overview of the range of financing facilities and technical assistance currently available in the region funded by International Financial Institutions (IFIs) and the European Commission (EC). It also highlights some key issues arising for the future development of such valuable sources of investment funds for this increasingly important policy area.
Post date: 14 paź 2013
In line with their commitments under the Energy Community Treaty, all of the Contracting Parties from the Western Balkans have prepared and approved a first round of NEEAPs. These plans detailed the activities to be undertaken in the various sectors (the initial focus was mainly on the transposition of EU Directives), with the overall aim of a reduction in energy consumption of 9% between 2010 and 2018. The public sector has been given a leading role by the EU in demonstrating its commitment to meeting these targets.
Post date: 14 paź 2013
Construction supervision for refurbishment projects whose subsidy applications for the energy-efficient refurbishment programme were submitted to the KfW by 31 May 2013 will still be subsidised in accordance with the previous programme conditions. For these projects, experts must at least be authorised to issue Energy Performance Certificates in accordance with Art. 21 of the German Energy Saving Ordinance 2009.
Post date: 26 sie 2013
Federal Building Minister Dr Peter Ramsauer said: “With the promotional funds from the CO2 Building Rehabilitation Programme we are supporting measures to save energy and to protect the climate in the building sector. It is very pleasing that the tenants or owners of three million homes are saving considerable energy costs as a result of the subsidy schemes. I congratulate the owners of the buildings on their new homes and hope that plenty of others will copy them with these leading-edge investments.”
Post date: 2 sie 2013
In the United States, buildings account for 41% of primary energy consumption, more than the transport or industrial sectors. Tackling rising energy consumption in U.S. buildings will require a more coordinated and coherent approach to energy efficiency codes and regulation, one that is more focused on retrofits—where most potential gains lie. It is also crucial to develop new financing mechanisms that help institutional investors assess the risks associated with energy-efficient projects.
Post date: 11 lip 2013
"Renoveren A+" is a free tool to assist in the selection of necessary measures to accomplish deep renovation. The tool supplies information towards a solution strategy for a given energy ambition, whereby the starting point is the reduction of the energy demand. Results are given for annual energy values, but there are also possibilities for finance and particular interest towards building physics, building construction and installation. When the user of the tool chooses other options, different results will be given.
Post date: 8 lip 2013
The RHI is a world first and is designed to revolutionise the way homes and businesses across the nation are heated, cut carbon emissions and help meet renewables targets. The scheme was launched for the non domestic sector in November 2011.
Post date: 19 cze 2013
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