Monthly ArchivesJune 2016

LIFE integrated project in Malopolska officially started! standard

In the presence of the authorities of the Malopolska Region, the European Commission, invited guests and partners in the Polish Aviation Museum was held kick-off meeting for LIFE integrated project to improve air quality in the Malopolska region. Thanks to the determination of more than 50 municipalities of Malopolska and financial support from the Regional Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management in Krakow, it was possible to run the project, which aims to accelerate the implementation of the Air Quality Plan. It was officially announced that the Silesian Region joined the project, making it possible to undertake common sub-regional actions and initiatives. Christian Strasser from LIFE Unit presented the expectations of the European Commission against the LIFE integrated projects which are a new instrument for the ...

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Invitation for LIFE IP kick-off meeting standard

On 22 June 2016 will take place the official kick-off meeting of the LIFE IP Malopolska. The conference will be held in the Polish Aviation Museum in Krakow, John Paul II avenue 39. To participate in the conference, please contact Małgorzata Musielok, e-mail: malgorzata.musielok@umwm.pl or by phone +48126303594. The conference will be held in Polish and English. Simultaneous translation will be provided. Conference Agenda 10:00 Registration. 10:30 Welcome – Jacek Krupa, Marshal of the Małopolska Region. 10:45 Opening keynote – Urszula Nowogórska, President of the Regional Parliament of Małopolska. Session 1 11:00 Expectations of the European Commission towards LIFE integrated projects – Christian Strasser, LIFE Unit, European Commission. 11:20 Air quality policy in the European Union – Wilhelmus de Wilt, Air Unit, European Commission. ...

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The project selection criteria for the exchange of heat sources within the ROPMR 2014-2020 were determined image

The criteria for selecting projects for the replacement of heat sources in individual households under the Measure 4.4 “Reduction of Pollution Emissions to Air” of the Regional Operational Program for the Malopolska Region for the years 2014-2020 were determined. The most important prerequisites for evaluating the submitted projects include: Obligation of the final customers to be subject to the energy assessment of the building made prior to the project implementation and the energy modernization of the building within the scope resulting from the aforementioned assessment. If the building has a maximum value of EPH+W (non-renewable primary energy for heating, ventilation and domestic hot water) not greater than 150 kWh / (m² x year) for single-family houses or 135 kWh / (m² x year) for multi-family ...

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