As the Partnership Leader, the Ministry of Research, Innovation and Digitization launched a significant number of funding requests to access European funds related to the National Recovery and Resilience Plan, both within the call for projects PNRR/2022/C5/2/B .1/1, component 5 — Renovation wave, axis 2 — Grant scheme for energy efficiency and resilience in public buildings, operation B.1: Integrated renovation (seismic strengthening and moderate energy renovation) of public buildings, as well as under the call of projects PNRR/2022/C5/2/B.2.1/1, component 5 — Renovation wave, axis 2 — Grant scheme for energy efficiency and resilience in public buildings, operation B.2: Moderate or deep energy renovation of public buildings.
Out of the 16 requests launched in Round 1, 10 projects belong to the National Forestry Research and Development Institute “Marin Drăcea” – INCDS and are already approved by the Ministry of Development, Public Works and Administration and total 16,678,288.77 lei, VAT quota included and also eligible.
Details about the implementation of the projects will be presented throughout the execution of the contract. The duration of the project is 41 months, which is calculated differently for each contract, from the moment of signing, and to the previously mentioned duration is added the duration of the project, if applicable, and which is estimated at 12 months, without being able to exceed the date of 30.06.2026.
“PNRR: Funds for modern and reformed Romania!” proposes, through the works carried out through the carried out projects, an increase in energy efficiency by reducing the specific annual consumption of final energy for heating (kWh/m2 year), reduction of total primary energy consumption (kWh/m2 year), of primary energy consumption, using renewable sources at the end of the project implementation (kWh/m2 year), as a result of the energy renovation of the areas of public buildings, by reducing greenhouse gas emissions (equivalent kgCO2/m2 year). Within the funded projects, 5 stations will be created with two fast charging points each (with power over 22kW) for two electric cars.
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