120 Million Euros for Energy Renewal of Croatian Houses

Lauren Simmonds

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January the 4th, 2024 – A record sum of 120 million euros has been earmarked for the energy renewal of Croatian houses.

As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, the Fund for Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency has now published the conditions and criteria for co-financing the energy renovation of Croatian houses nationwide.

As much as 120 million euros will be made available to those living in family homes throughout 2024, which is the largest amount allocated for projects of this particular nature so far.

The goal of the programme implemented by the aforementioned fund in cooperation with the Ministry of Spatial Planning, Construction and State Property, as well as the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development, is to additionally encourage the application of energy efficiency measures and the use of renewable energy sources in Croatian houses.

In this way, in addition to reducing harmful emissions, the amount of energy required for heating and cooling such spaces will be significantly reduced, financial savings will be ensured, and the comfort and quality of living in Croatian houses will be increased overall.

The submission of applications will begin on the day of publication of the Public Call for the Energy Renovation of Family Houses, which will be at the end of February 2024 at the very latest.

People will then be able to submit their applications electronically, using the NIAS system. The link to the electronic service, as well as all of the accompanying instructions for users with the application forms, will then by made available as part of the documentation.


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