The provision of debt financing of up to EUR5 million to the city of Nis to finance the implementation of energy efficiency (EE) measures in up to 40 residential multi-store buildings connected to the district heating network.
Contribution to the implementation of EE measures in up to 40 residential multi-store buildings, including insulation measures and introduction of thermostatic valves and heat allocators in order to upscale the results of the, already implemented, consumption-based billing system. As residential buildings account for a significant portion of the heating demand, the project will address the key contributor to the emissions and energy consumption in the city.
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