The launch date of a latest Saving at Home subsidy program for energy efficiency upgrades of existing properties may be delayed beyond its scheduled November 2 date as a result of increased technical and administrative demands concerning the preparation of this program, expected to be broadened and feature new categories, authorities have noted.
The possibility of a delay in the launch of the subsidy program’s latest edition was also suggested by energy minister Costis Hatzidakis in comments to local radio station Thema 104.6 FM.
All efforts are being made for a launch of the latest subsidy program in early November, the minister noted.
The online platform used to facilitate applications for previous editions of the Saving at Home subsidy program is being rebuilt with technical support from the Hellenic Development Bank.
The new Saving at Home subsidy program, whose budget will total 850 million euros, will offer energy efficiency upgrade subsidies of up to 85 percent.
Roof-mounted PVs, energy storage systems, smart home systems and electric vehicle recharging facilities will be added to the new program.