Energy Efficiency

Fund of EUR 1 million open for local projects in Vojvodina

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May 18, 2015

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Capital Investment Administration of Autonomous Province of Vojvodina published a public invitation to municipal authorities for funds of RSD 120 million (EUR 1 million) to finance and co-finance their energy as well as energy efficiency projects.

The document lists possible projects: reconstruction, adaptation and rehabilitation of thermal envelopes, of thermo-technical installations and facilities for the production of heating energy at buildings in public property (RSD 85 million), but also the construction of facilities to use energy from renewable sources in public property and for projects of reconstruction and rehabilitation of public lighting (RSD 35 million), the public invitation says. Applications are received by May 28 at 16:00.

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