Slovenia

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The report is based on the screening of the National Energy Efficiency Action Plans (NEEAPs) as well as an expert survey, on the implementation of those policies since the first NEEAPs were published in 2007. The report provides a unique overview of policy packages and the current implementation status of energy efficiency policies in Slovenia.
Post date: 30 Abr 2013
Type: Publication

National/Regional schemes for Non-Residential Buildings and other Facilities

In this category you will find a list of the existing national and regional funding mechanisms that promote energy efficiency and renewable energy in non-residential buildings and facilities, such as commercial and office buildings, public buildings, industrial facilities etc. These funds are available in the form of non-repayable investments and/or favourable loans (often a combination of both). 
Post date: 14 Abr 2013
Type: Esquema

National/Regional schemes for Residential Buildings

In this category you will find a list of the existing national and regional funding mechanisms that promote energy efficiency and renewable energy in new and existing residential buildings, regardless of who the owner, developer or tenant is. 
Post date: 14 Abr 2013
Type: Esquema

National/Regional schemes for Municipalities, Social Housing, Companies, Enterprises

In this category you will find a list of the existing national and regional funding mechanisms that are aimed at legal persons, e.g. companies, SMEs, municipalities, homeowners associations etc. These schemes have greater diversity than those aimed at natural persons, because they range from relatively small, single-building interventions to large, neighbourhood-scale projects. The funds can be available in non-repayable investments and/or favourable loans (often a combination of the two). 
Post date: 14 Abr 2013
Type: Esquema

National/Regional schemes for Individuals (homeowners & tenants)

In this category you will find a list of the existing national and regional funding mechanisms that are aimed at natural persons, usually in the form of an owner or tenant of a residential building or apartment. 
Post date: 14 Abr 2013
Type: Esquema

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 Abr 2013
Type: Enlace

* Integrated Design * Integrated Energy Design * Pilot projects among Europe * Guideline on ID process (a step by step explanation) * IEE project
Post date: 11 Abr 2013
Type: Publication

The AFTER project aims to enable participating and non-participating Social Housing Institutions and Organizations all over Europe to improve the energy efficiency of their housing stock with cost optimal solutions. Its goal is to promote and develop existing European knowledge in the areas of energy saving strategies and encourage their implementation by companies in the housing sector.
Post date: 11 Abr 2013
Type: Noticias

From the initial development of MESS technologies, apparently disconnected among themselves, the varied progress achieved step by step during this period has led to the conviction of being able to attain a more global vision based on smart management of energy fluxes for the reduction of the carbon footprint and the enhancement of energy efficiency.
Post date: 2 Abr 2013
Type: Noticias

Through the EEA and Norway Grants, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway contribute to reducing disparities in Europe and to strengthening bilateral relations with 16 European countries in central and southern Europe. The three countries cooperate closely with the EU through the Agreement on the European Economic Area (EEA). 
Post date: 2 Abr 2013
Type: Enlace