• Integration of cutting-edge financing mechanisms into long-term infrastructure development and public procurement.
  • Identify and categorize specific requirements, enabling factors, and barriers to establishing a consistent investment approach with public and private investors.
  • Create an overarching investment framework based on cross-sector interdependence and supply-demand dynamics.
  • Promote and implement highly innovative investment mechanisms in tangible infrastructure investments related to low-carbon energy supply.
  • Validate the investment scheme on the example of the energy transition of the SAŠA coal intensive region.
  • Establish capacity for replication and scalability of the investment scheme and individual financing models with secondary implementers (partner regions).
  • Create a comprehensive set of data and tools to be used in the pipeline of planned investment projects.

When it comes to innovative sources of financing for the energy renovation of buildings, the renewal of district heating systems, and the integration of renewable energy sources, it is crucial to find financing options that are not limited to public funds and European Union instruments. Energy contracting is a proven way of financing energy projects, whether for building energy renovations or for providing heat. Here are some of the key activities:

  • Actively studying the current market situation and reaching out to potential investors.
  • Preparing appropriate investment documentation and presenting solutions to the wider public.
  • In addition to energy contracting, it’s important to focus on crowdfunding with citizen involvement.
  • Developing solutions that enable active user participation and the monetization of energy savings and renewable energy production.

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