The “Clean Air” programme is the government’s flagship programme in the fight against smog.
The subsidy is addressed to owners or co-owners of single-family houses or premises separated from them.
The subsidy is earmarked for replacing old and inefficient solid fuel heat sources with modern heat sources that meet the highest standards, and for carrying out the necessary thermo-modernisation work on the building. Thanks to the program, it is possible to obtain funds both to replace the old stove and to create your own micro-power plant.
By replacing the so-called “kopciuch” with a NETSU heat pump you can apply for a subsidy of up to 25 thousand PLN, and additionally installing a photovoltaic system you can increase the amount to as much as 30 thousand PLN.
For beneficiaries eligible for the increased level of subsidy, these amounts are respectively 32 thousand zlotys and 37 thousand zlotys.
The increased energy efficiency class of NETSU heat pumps (A++/A+++), with the basic level of subsidy, allows to obtain from the above-mentioned governmental program the refund of actually incurred costs at the level of 45%. This is the highest assumed level of co-financing for air-to-water heat pumps.
Devices in energy efficiency class A+/A++ mean reimbursement of the costs incurred at the level of 30%.