Financing Schemes

The Scheme allows eligible organisations to apply for an interest free loan to finance up to 50% of the costs of energy saving projects.   The repayment of the loan will be will be a minimum of 4 years up to a maximum of 8 years, dependent on the project payback. The loans must be paid back to Salix by direct debit every March and September over the confirmed period.    Project criteria are up to an 8 year payback at a cost of £200 per tonne of CO2 over the lifetime of the project. 
Post date: 25 Mar 2014
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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
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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
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This presentation from the Ministry of Economics of the Republic of Latvia offers a detailed overview of the transposition of the EPBD recast in this country (status September 2013).A new law on the Energy Performance of Buildings (LEPB) was adopted on 6 December 2012 and has been in force since 9 January 2013. Different regulations were then published:- regarding independent experts (No.382 of the 9th of July 2013)- regarding calculation of energy performance of buildings (No.348 of the 25th of June 2013)
Post date: 14 Gen 2014
Type: Publication

European Commission - IP/13/1232   11/12/2013
Post date: 11 Dic 2013
Type: News

Energie Investeringsaftrek   The EIA is a scheme of the Dutch Ministry of Economy and Finance.   Through this scheme, companies that make investments in energy efficient technologies and renewable energy can pay a lower income/corporation tax. The deduction rate of the Energy Investment Deduction has been reduced retroactively as of 1 January 2017 to 55%. The net EIA benefit is approximately 13.5% of the investment costs.  
Post date: 29 Ott 2013
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Naknadama za poticanje proizvodnje električne energije iz obnovljivih izvora energije i kogeneracije   Croatia has agreed with a mandatory national target of energy from renewable sources of 20% of gross final energy consumption in 2020, to comply with the Directive 2009/28/EC. The National Renewable Action Plan has been submitted along the deadlines for EU Member States and includes the objective of a 35% share of renewable energy in total electricity generation by 2020.  
Post date: 2 Mag 2013
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Here you can download the PDF version of this Overview article (see below under 'Additional documents').Enjoy reading, and feel free to send a comment of your own! What/who is funded?
Post date: 29 Apr 2013
Type: News

Investointitukijärjestelmä: Energiatuki    The Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment (MEAE) can grant energy aid to companies, municipalities and other organisations for climate and environment-friendly investments and energy audits that promote:  
Post date: 28 Feb 2013
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For the full report click here
Post date: 25 Set 2012
Type: Publication