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Financing scheme for Energy Efficiency and Renewable energy Guaranteed in Deep renovations of building stock

Project description

Support for energy efficiency in renovations

As the largest energy-consuming sector in the EU, buildings also offer the biggest cost-effective opportunity for savings. Installing newer energy efficiency technologies in older buildings reduces emissions and improves energy security. In this context, the EU-funded FinEERGo-Dom project will refine and implement guaranteed financing schemes for energy efficiency and renewable energy in deep renovations of buildings in five EU countries. The concept has been developed based on the Latvian Energy Efficiency Facility (LABEEF), a financial scheme for supporting energy efficiency and renewable energy in deep renovations of public and private buildings successfully implemented in Latvia. The types of buildings and infrastructure included in the project range from public to residential buildings.


The National Fund “NFOSiGW” supported by KAPE and partners seek to replicate the financing scheme, systems and procedures developed for private and public sectors under the Latvian Baltic Energy Efficiency Facility’ “LABEEF”. The Fund will structure demand and execute the financing scheme of a pilot project through the existing online platform SHAREX. Partner organizations in Austria, Slovakia, Romania and Bulgaria will be replicating in their countries.

The public funding will work as a leverage for ESCO to take on new projects without the need to wait for the repayment of already implemented projects. Therefore, their funds could be reinvested faster. The standardisation of procedures, expert verification of archived savings and increased amount of investments will motivate the financial sector to support energy efficiency and environmental protection projects.

The standardisation and scaling up the number of investments in energy efficiency and environment protection will increase the trust of banks, increasing their involvement on the market.

The support from public funds will aim at already implemented, successful projects assuring the repayment of invested public money in a long-term, providing the leverage effect in increasing the number of projects carried out by ESCOs and making the public funds available in the future for reinvesting.

The stimulation of the ESCO market will help to utilise the potential for energy efficiency in the SME sector. The solution will work as a guarantee for energy savings and environmental effect which will be furtherly verified with the unified procedures implemented in the mechanism.
Types of buildings and infrastructure included in the project (might be different in different countries):
- multifamily private and municipal buildings,
- public buildings,
- individual residential buildings, housing communities, cooperatives.

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Net EU contribution
€ 352 875,00
Al. jerozolimskie 65/79
00 697 Warszawa

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Activity type
Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
Other funding
€ 0,00

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