Slovenian Government has approved the first pilot project within the framework of the program through which it plans to invest 415 million euros in energy rehabilitation of public buildings by 2023, in order to increase their energy efficiency.
For the rehabilitation of all publicly owned buildings, with total area of more than 1.8 million square meters, Slovenia will most likely obtain a 115 million euros grant from the European funds.
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Tags: energy, energy effieciency, EU funds, public buildings, Slovenia