The State Agency on Energy Efficiency: more than UAH 28 million has been reimbursed to the participants of the "warm loans" program in July

The State Agency on Energy Efficiency and Energy Saving continues to compensate households that have taken advantage of the state program of "warm loans", the press service reports.

So, in July, UAH 28.3 million was paid from the state budget according to the borrowers' registers submitted by banks, namely:

UAH 26.24 million – to families that attracted “warm loans” for the implementation of energy-efficient measures in buildings;

UAH 2.09 million – to those who installed solid fuel boilers as part of the program.

In total, 120.97 million hryvnias have been reimbursed from the state budget to the program participants in 2021.

“Non-repayable financial assistance in the form of partial compensation for the “warm loan” is a real support for households in improving the energy efficiency of their homes. In addition to compensation, the desired and expected result for them is savings in energy costs,” commented acting Chairman of the State Agency on Energy Efficiency Kostiantyn Hura.

In general, from the beginning of the program in October 2014 to the present day, the amount of reimbursements is UAH 3.45 billion.

To recap, about 3.5 thousand households installed solar power plants in the second quarter of this year.

Previously, acting Chairman of the State Agency on Energy Efficiency Kostiantyn Hura said that the funds allocated this year for the government program "warm loans" would run out in June.

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