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Infinite Solutions Guidebook - Financing the energy renovation of residential buildings through soft loans and third-party investment schemes     Financing the energy retrofitting of buildings is a great challenge. With investments ranging from €200 to €1,200 /m² (CITYnvest study, 2015), access to attractive and long-term financing is perceived as the primary barrier to carrying out ambitious energy retrofits, in particular those aiming at achieving 50-75% energy savings.  
Post date: 21 Feb 2017
Type: Publication

The Energy Efficiency Fund was established on February 18, 2015 by the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Energy and Public Investment Development Agency of Lithuania. The Public Investment Development Agency (VIPA) is the manager of the Fund.     The Fund implements two financial instruments:  
Post date: 7 Oct 2016
Type: Link

In Belgium loans are offered for energy savings interventions in residential buildings. Anyone that owns or rents a house can get this type of loan from Local Entities in the corresponding municipalities. Each Local Entitie has different requirements for the loans, therefore the borrowers should request information from their Local Entities. The interventions that are eligible are the following:
Post date: 15 Jun 2015
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The programme allows Public Sector Bodies (PSBs) to apply for interest-free finance of up to 100% of the costs of energy saving or renewable energy projects. A repayments schedule will be proposed once the application has been reviewed and granted funding.   Projects will then have to be completed within 9 months from the commitment date.   Only those projects where the resultant energy savings, over the lifetime of the project, go directly back to the public sector and the public sector gains a direct financial benefit are eligible.  
Post date: 25 Mar 2014
Type: Link

Salix operates a number of interest-free loan programmes across England.   The Scheme allows public sector bodies to apply for an interest free loan to finance up to 100% of the costs of energy saving projects. This initial tranche of loans will be paid back to Salix by direct debit on a 6 monthly basis over a period of 4 years.   Projects must comply with the following criteria:  
Post date: 25 Mar 2014
Type: Link

L’éco-prêt à taux zéro   Established since 2009, the 0% loan aims at helping owners and landlords to finance extensive renovation in their properties. The maximum loan cap is EUR 30,000 and has a repayment period of 10 years.  
Post date: 30 Apr 2013
Type: Link

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 Apr 2013
Type: Link

Eco Fund, the largest financial institution of the Republic of Slovenia, promotes investments that comply with the National Environmental Action Plan and the Environmental Policy of the European Union. Eco Fund is under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Environment.   Citizens, legal entities and individual entrepreneurs are eligible for the funding  
Post date: 12 Apr 2013
Type: Link

The EBRD is a large investor in central and Eastern Europe, as well as central Asia. It provides companies with the following forms of direct financing:  
Post date: 2 Apr 2013
Type: Link

L’éco-prêt logement social   Eco-housing loan is a device from Grenelle de l’environnement (Environment Round Table) for the retrofitting of the most energy-demanding social housing complexes that was set on 2009 Currently the third generation of eco-loan is running.  
Post date: 26 Mar 2013
Type: Link