residential buildings / dwellings

Building the Future is an ambitious energy efficiency programme that foresees over 3 million energy saving interventions in Greek residential and commercial buildings by 2020. The programme was launched on April 9, 2012 and is planned to be completed in year 2020.   The programme is a partnership between the public and private sector, aiming to provide citizens that wish to refurbish their buildings, with certified, high-standard products at better prices than current market prices.  
Post date: 2 Apr 2013
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This scheme is now closed.   Ayuda a la rehabilitación de viviendas destinadas al arrendamiento   This scheme is aimed at homeowners with an empty residence they want to lease.   The specific requirements that need to be fulfilled are:  
Post date: 26 Mar 2013
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Støtte til utstyr i bolig   The Norwegian National Energy Agency Enova has a programme that supports investments in renewable energy supply for dwellings.   The scheme supports solar heating systems, pellet stoves and pellet burners for central heating, heat pump systems for central heating and a thermal control system for efficient use of energy.   For more information, please visit the Enova website.
Post date: 19 Mar 2013
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Støtte til passivhus og lavenergibolig privat   The Norwegian National Energy Agency Enova has a programme with financial support for new and rehabilitated dwellings that fulfill the national standard for passive houses. This is support for achieving ambitious energy qualities beyond standard energy efficiency requirements.  
Post date: 19 Mar 2013
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This scheme is now closed.   Støtte til passivhus og lavenergibygg: Næringsbygg, borettslag og sameier   The Norwegian National Energy Agency Enova has a programme with financial support for new and rehabilitated buildings of all types that fulfil the national standard for passive houses. This is support for achieving ambitious energy qualities beyond standard energy efficiency requirements.  
Post date: 19 Mar 2013
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This scheme is no longer accepting applications, as the available funds have been exhausted.   Väikeelamute renoveerimisto   This KredEx grant was designed for owners of detached buildings wishing to reconstruct their houses as completely as possible and to promote the use of renewable energy sources like solar and wind.   The grant could be applied for in the amount of 25% or 40% of the total project cost depending on the level of integration in the reconstruction of the relevant building.  
Post date: 19 Mar 2013
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Σχέδιο Παροχής Χορηγιών για την ενθάρρυνση της χρήσης των ΑΠΕ (τελική χρήση) στον οικιστικό τομέα   The grants scheme is aimed at providing economic incentives in the form of government grants and/or subsidies for the realisation of RES investments in the residential sector. The Scheme covers investments relating to purchasing and installing new equipment, and where necessary, the cost of design. The investments must pertain to established technologies, and not to those that are still at a research and development stage.  
Post date: 13 Mar 2013
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This scheme is now closed.   Ayudas para la rehabilitación de la vivienda   Grants for housing rehabilitation are offered by the Spanish Ministry of Housing for the improvement of the structural and functional adequacy of residential buildings.   Different aid is available and different eligibility criteria apply for:  
Post date: 13 Mar 2013
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This scheme is now closed.   The support scheme for Solar Water Heaters and Solar Water Collectors (SWH / SWC) was one of the many schemes that the Malta Resources Authority (MRA) administered to promote energy efficiency and renewable energy.   The deadline for applications was the 31st of December 2012.   Incentives of the MRA were partly funded under the European Regional Development Fund – Cohesion Policy 2007-2013 and/or from national funds.  
Post date: 8 Mar 2013
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This scheme is now closed.    Széchenyi Terv Zöld Beruházási Rendszer   On October 2011 the Hungarian Ministry of National Development launched a tender of HUF 2.97 billion under the Green Investment Scheme (GIS) for the procurement and installation of solar thermal collector systems for hot water generation and/or heating in residential buildings. The application deadline was 31 March 2012.    Eligible to apply were private persons and condominiums comprising maximum 12 homes.  
Post date: 7 Mar 2013
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