In this category you will find a list of the existing European funding mechanisms that are aimed at promoting, improving and supporting energy efficiency and renewable energy in the residential, commercial and industrial sectors. Some of these schemes are exclusively linked to energy efficiency and renewable energy, while others have more general goals that tackle infrastructure and regional development, but can also be applied to energy related projects.
Post date: 14 Apr 2013
This scheme is now closed.
Program Zelená úsporám
The Green Savings programme supported heating installations utilising renewable energy sources but also investment in energy savings in new or refurbished residential buildings.
Funds for this programme were raised by the Czech Republic from the sale of emission credits under the Kyoto Protocol on greenhouse gas emissions. The overall anticipated programme allocation is up to 25 billion Czech crowns.
Post date: 12 Apr 2013
The event’s purpose was to identify and celebrate the success of the existing and pipeline green building projects in Romania, open a forum for discussion for an open source tool kit for Romania’s municipalities to understand and implement fiscal incentives to promote green jobs and greener buildings, and launch a comprehensive report on “The Business Case for Green Buildings”. The event opened with Mr. Ion Bradu showing support for the event in his role as President of the District 1 Bucharest’s City Council.
Post date: 8 Apr 2013
NER300 is a financing instrument managed jointly by the European Commission, European Investment Bank and Member States, so-called because Article 10(a) 8 of the revised Emissions Trading Directive 2009/29/EC contains the provision to set aside 300 million allowances (rights to emit one tonne of carbon dioxide) in the New Entrants’ Reserve of the European Emissions Trading Scheme for subsidising installat
Post date: 2 Apr 2013
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
The Swedish government is allocating funds to support solar photovoltaic (PV) cells in order to contribute to the development of renewable energy sources and to stimulate businesses in the field of energy.
Financial aid is given to all types of players, from companies and public organisations to individuals. Support is available for the installation of all types of grid-connected PV systems and PV/ solar thermal hybrid systems.
Post date: 25 Mar 2013
KfW Energieeffizient Sanieren – Ergänzungskredit
The KfW promotional programme “KfW Energy Efficient Renovation - Supplementary Credit” provides low interest loans for the replacement of the heating and domestic hot water systems of a residence, as long as the old systems were installed before 2009.
The loan provided can be up to EUR 50,000 and have a 10 year repayment period at a fixed interest rate.
Eligible interventions are:
Post date: 21 Mar 2013
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
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
This grant provided by KredEx is designed for associations and communities wishing to reconstruct their apartment buildings as completely as possible. The grant may be combined with the renovation loan of KredEx to decrease the share of required self-financing, as well as with collected own funds.
Post date: 18 Mar 2013