Energy Efficiency of Multi-Family Residential Buildings National Programme
Achieving energy consumption decrease of the households and realization of cost savings through energy efficiency measures' implementation. Creating warmer, cozy and nice homes and renovated common areas of the buildings. Economic effect Giving more opportunities to business for Economic activity – designers, construction industry, companies for technical audits, companies for energy efficiency audits, materials' producers, etc. Participation in the implementation of the Programme of small and medium-sized companies from all over the country. Social effect Providing additional employment. Establishing traditions in the management of multi-family residential buildings. Increasing public awareness of the ways for energy efficiency enhancement. Fiscal effect Raising the incomes of all economic operators, participating in process under the Programme – from the directly engaged companies external contractors to all companies – subcontractors, and servicing firms lead to increase of tax revenues in the state budget in the form of both direct taxes – corporation tax (profit tax), income tax (paid by all workers and employees) and indirect taxes - value added tax. This applies to also for the revenues in the state budget in the form of social and health insurances for the hired at a certain company. 1930 multi-family residential buildings have already been renovated under the Programme from its start in 2015 to the middle of 2021. A total of 2022 buildings across the country have been awarded with targeted funding contracts.