financing / funding

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Štátny fond rozvoja bývania   The State Housing Development Fund is oriented for individuals, households and associations of flat owners and can be used in the form of non-repayable grants or favourable loans in order to improve the thermal insulation of residential buildings and apartments. Applications are received in an ongoing fashion, until all of the amount allocated in the annual budget is spent but not later than the 31st of December of the respective year.  
Post date: 30 kwi 2013
Type: Odnośnik

This scheme is now closed.    Dotácie na slnečné kolektory a kotly na biomasu   Within this scheme, subsidies were provided to owners of houses and apartment buildings for the installation of biomass boilers and/or solar thermal collectors that met certain minimum technical criteria.  
Post date: 30 kwi 2013
Type: Odnośnik

A recently published European Commission Report found that investments in energy efficiency are increasing. However, the report noted that there is limited information on the effectiveness of the different financial support measures, both at EU and national level. Few member states have provided details on the effectiveness of national support measures, making it difficult to obtain a good overview of the impact of financial mechanisms in Europe.
Post date: 30 kwi 2013
Type: Notatka

Thermische Sanierung   Grants are made available in the field of building thermal rehabilitation.   Eligible target groups are:  
Post date: 15 kwi 2013
Type: Odnośnik

FZOEU - Fond za zaštitu okoliša i energetsku učinkovitost (EPEEF - Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund) - Croatia   The Fund was established in 2003 as a non-budgetary institution. Financing is secured through environmental charges and is allocated to legal and natural persons through loans, subsidies, financial aid, and grants. In particular:  
Post date: 15 kwi 2013
Type: Odnośnik

The London Energy Efficiency Fund (LEEF) is a fund providing repayable investments for energy efficiency retrofit projects in public, private and voluntary sector buildings and infrastructure.   It is one of two sub-funds, known as ‘Urban Development Funds’ (UDFs) procured by the European Investment Bank (EIB) on behalf of the London Green Fund (LGF).   
Post date: 15 kwi 2013
Type: Odnośnik

ФЕЕВИ: Фонд "Енергийна ефективност и възобновяеми източници"  
Post date: 15 kwi 2013
Type: Odnośnik

Програма за кредитиране на енергийната ефективност в дома   The REECL Facility aims to give householders or Associations of Home Owners across Bulgaria an opportunity to realise the benefits of energy efficiency home improvements by providing them with loans and incentive grants through local participating banks.  
Post date: 15 kwi 2013
Type: Odnośnik

European wide funds

In this category you will find a list of the existing European funding mechanisms that are aimed at promoting, improving and supporting energy efficiency and renewable energy in the residential, commercial and industrial sectors. Some of these schemes are exclusively linked to energy efficiency and renewable energy, while others have more general goals that tackle infrastructure and regional development, but can also be applied to energy related projects. 
Post date: 14 kwi 2013
Type: Schemat

This scheme is now closed.   Program Zelená úsporám   The Green Savings programme supported heating installations utilising renewable energy sources but also investment in energy savings in new or refurbished residential buildings.    Funds for this programme were raised by the Czech Republic from the sale of emission credits under the Kyoto Protocol on greenhouse gas emissions. The overall anticipated programme allocation is up to 25 billion Czech crowns.  
Post date: 12 kwi 2013
Type: Odnośnik