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Switzerland funds buildings’ renovation at Gorenjska

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September 16, 2015

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Four-year project Reeal for energy rehabilitation of public buildings at Gorenjska region, worth EUR 5 million, is being concluded. The municipalities completed the project with help from Switzerland, RTV Slovenia’s English language portal reported.

Reeal can be a role model of cooperation with the municipalities where the investments were completed, assuring sustainability and ecologic and financial benefits, said Rok Šimenc, head of Regional Development Agency Gorenjska. The investments will bring savings of 300,000 per year for heating in the municipalities concerned, while the emission of carbon dioxide will diminish by approximately 700 tons per year, the article said. This project showed how to satisfy regional priorities with European funds, Šimenc added.

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