The call for the proposals according to the Part 4c) priority program: “Support for distributed, renewable energy sources. Part 4) Prosumer – line financing for the purchase and installation of renewable energy sources micro-installations “

We would like to inform you that the National’s Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management recruitment in continuous mode, requests to WFOSiGW for the purpose of providing loans and requests to WFOSiGW for the purpose of providing grants to conclude by provincial funds for environmental protection and water management with the final beneficiaries of loan agreements, including grant agreements for projects under Part 4c) priority program: “Support for distributed, renewable energy sources. Part 4) Prosumer – line financing for the purchase and installation of micro-installations of renewable energy sources” has been anounced.

The receipt of applications takes place from 16.07.2014 and last until the funds are exhausted.

The program is aimed at provincial funds for environmental protection and water management.

The final beneficiaries of the program are:
1) natural persons having the right to dispose of a single-family residential building or the right to dispose of a single-family residential building under construction;
2) residential community management multi-family residential buildings;
3) housing associations managing multi-family residential buildings;
By “disposal” property must be understood:
a) the ownership (including ownership),
b) lease.

Subsidy under the “Prosumer”, will include Renewable Energy installations, such as:
• solar collectors, heat pumps and biomass-fired heat source, with an installed thermal capacity to 300 kWt,
• PV systems, small wind turbines and micro-cogeneration with an installed capacity of electricity to 40 kWe.

Amount of grant – depending on the type of source – will be in the range of 20 to 40% (15% or 30% after 2015).
Loan amount up to 100% complementary funding will be granted for a period of 15 years with an interest rate of 1% per annum.

The funding is 100% of eligible project costs. It is issued in the form of a loan with a subsidy, covering both the purchase and installation of a small or micro-renewable energy installations.
The maximum amount of funding for the project is in the case of housing cooperatives:
– One source of heat or electricity – 300 000 zł,
– Several sources of heat or electricity – 450 000 zł.

We would like to inform you that our Institute can take an active part in the preparation of the project concept, guaranteeing acquisition financing, including any meetings with the residents of the buildings Cooperative, explaining the aims and benefits of participation in the program.
In addition, we prepare a complete application form in order to obtain financing. The Institute works with “payment of effect” rule which means that payment from your side is made after the grant award.

Our Institute can also participate in the preparation, or updating, the necessary documentation defines the scope of actions taken, allowing for the acquirement of preferential financing.
We would like to inform that all the application forms prepared by our Institute in the framework of co-financing from the National Fund received funding.

Our interaction may also cover verification of the ordered heat and electricity power and advice on the possible revision of tariffs, paid from savings.

Hoping for a future cooperation,

I remain sincerely

Lilla LESIAK

Chairman of the Board
EIEE Poland