This scheme is now closed.
“KAWKA” programme – Reducing air pollution by supporting an increase of energy efficiency and development of distributed renewable energy sources in Poland
The KAWKA programme aims to reduce air pollution caused by coal-fired systems in residential buildings. It is administered by the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management (WFOŚiGW).The programme was initiated in 2014 and is due to continue until 2020.
Eligible works and corresponding funding levels are as follows:
- 70% of the acquisition and workmanship cost, but not more than 12 000 PLN per dwelling, for the replacement of a coal-fired heating system.
In addition to the replacement of the heating system the grant application may also include:
- 70% of the cost, but not more than PLN 1,000, to replace the coal-fired hot water system;
- 70% of the cost, but no more than 12 000 PLN, for the thermal renovation of a multifamily building according to energy audit;
- 70% of the cost, but not more than PLN 1,000, per m2 of active solar collector.
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