The programme is implemented under the Recovery and Resilience Facility #NextGenerationEU.
Submission of applications in the project selection first and second round is closed. Application for the 3rd round from August 25, 2023 at 12:00 to October 25, at 11:59 (noon).
Capital discount for repayment of the principal sum of the loan in the amount of up to 30% of the total cost of the project, excluding VAT. The maximum capital discount available within the framework of this program for a group of related persons in total is 1.5 million EUR.
The capital discount amount to be granted must be determined already when applying for the loan, but the capital discount applies after the project is completed and the objectives of the project are achieved, when the discount is credited against the principal amount of the loan.
Support is provided in three areas:
Micro, small, medium-sized and large enterprises that are not engaged in primary agriculture, fishing, production of tobacco products, transport and storage, wholesale and retail trade, car repair, gambling.
Objectives of the programme:
The programme is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 11,498 tons of CO2 equivalent annually.
Ineligible costs that can be included in the total cost of the project:
- Value-added tax on eligible costs
- Costs that exceed the confirmed cost limits
Application in the program step-by-step:
- Preparation for participation in the program
- Application for the program selection round (during an active call)
- (If the application is approved in the selection round) Application for loan / parallel loan
- (If the loan is granted) Project implementation
- (If project results are achieved) Application of capital discount
Implementation of the programme is regulated by Cabinet Regulation No.594 of 20.09.2022, On Implementation of Measure 22.214.171.124.i.1., Increasing Energy Efficiency in Business (Including Transition to Renewable Energy Technology in Heat Supply), of Investment 126.96.36.199.i., Increasing Energy Efficiency in Business (Including Transition to Renewable Energy in Heat Supply and Research and Development Activities (incl. in Bioeconomy), of the European Union Recovery and Resilience Facility Plan 1.2. for Reform and Investment, Improving Energy Efficiency