ZAGREB, 10 Sept (Hina) – Croatia’s Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund continues co-funding the energy renovation of family houses, and HRK 300 million has been allocated for the public call that will be advertised by the Fund in mid-September, the Fund says in a press release issued on Thursday.
The fund’s director, Siniša Kukić, was quoted as saying that the government had decided to extend the family houses energy renovation scheme, and therefore this year, the allocation for this purpose was increased by an additional 100 million kuna, compared to the last year’s allocation for this scheme.
“The interest in grants under this scheme is still significant,” Kukuć says.
Last year, the authorities approved the grants for the energy renovation of 3,100 houses.
Under this scheme, houses large up to 600 square metres, or properties with up to three housing units can apply for non-repayable grants.
The maximum amount of the non-repayable grant is HRK 204,000.
A further 100 million kuna has also been set aside for energy renovation grants for quake-damaged houses.