Fourth call for project proposals launched

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Další výzva k podávání žádostí v programu „Moje elektřina“.
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Another call for applications in the “My Electricity” program.

He started the second recruitment under the “My Current” program. Thanks to an additional subsidy of PLN 600 million for domestic photovoltaic (PV) installations, a capacity of 700 MW will be created. New to the program is the website mojprad.gov.pl, where you can check the status of your application.

“The prosumer solar farm is experiencing a real boom thanks to the ‘My Electricity’ program, in which we still have almost 90% of the billions of the budget available.
This money will enable co-financing up to 200,000. installations that can produce approx. 1 TWh of green energy and the installed capacity will reach 1.2 GW,” announced Climate.

The second call for applications for co-financing of natural persons for photovoltaic micro-installations will last until December 18, 2020.

The rules of the program do not change. You can apply for subsidies of up to 50 percent. eligible costs, but no more than PLN 5,000 per project, i.e. the purchase and installation of a PV plant from 2 to 10 kW. Co-financing can be combined with thermal modernization relief if the costs submitted for billing are reduced by the subsidy received.

This time, a special one awaits the applicant

“The website’s clear interface allows you to intuitively find basic information about the “My Electricity” program. There you will find, among other things, instructions on how to submit applications – in electronic and paper versions – and answers to frequently asked questions. I think our beneficiaries will also appreciate the search engine for the status of submitted applications,” emphasized Piotr Woźny, president of the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management.

“In addition, we have included counters on the opening page which, among other things, show the number of subsidies provided and the total output of PV installations in kW in the territory of individual provinces and the value of reduced CO2 emissions into the air,” added the president of the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management.

Tentokrát na žadatele čeká speciální

The first recruitment under “My Stream” was very successful. Applications were accepted from August 30 to December 20, 2019. NFOŚiGW co-financed over 27,000 PV installation. Almost PLN 132 million was spent for this purpose, and the installed PV capacity is 152 MW. The obtained CO2 reduction is approx. 122 thousand tons/year.

“The popularity and success of My Current lies in its simplicity and quick procedures. One of the facilitations is the possibility to apply for a subsidy through PV installers who have signed a cooperation agreement with the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management,” reminded the head of the Ministry of Climate, Michał Kurtyka.

“There are already 49 companies from the photovoltaic industry and the list is gradually expanding as more contracts are processed,” added Piotr Woźny, president of the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management.

“My electricity” is one of the largest financing programs for photovoltaic micro-installations in Europe for individuals who produce electricity for their own needs. A condition for using the program is a comprehensive agreement governing the introduction of electricity from manufactured micro-devices into the network.

The National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management made it possible to support all installations completed after July 23 of this year. (and not after the announcement of the competition). From October 21, applications – in addition to paper form – can also be submitted online through the gov.pl portal (it is enough to have a trusted profile, e.g. an account in electronic banking or e-proof). Another facilitation is the submission of applications through PV installers.

The program will contribute to the fulfillment of Poland’s international obligations in the field of developing renewable energy sources, improving air quality, especially in poorly urbanized areas, and increasing energy security.