My Current 4.0 with subsidy for energy storage

As early as in April it will be possible to apply for subsidies from the government program My Current 4.0. A new feature will be the eligibility of energy storage devices for subsidies.

The new rules of the popular subsidy programme for individuals were announced by the Deputy Minister for Climate and Environment, Ireneusz Zyska, who is also the government’s plenipotentiary for renewable energy. He assured that the call for applications for subsidies from the fourth edition of the My Current program will be launched in April.

Traditionally, it will be possible to obtain subsidies from this program for small photovoltaic installations – from 2 to 10 kW. However, energy storage technologies will be of key importance, which will allow for storing the surplus of electricity produced by RES installations. The condition will be a comprehensive agreement with the so-called Distribution Network Operator (DSO). The program is to be compatible with the introduction of a new prosumer billing system – net-billing.

However, My Current 4.0 does not provide funding for installation of heat pumps in new buildings. The new version of My Heat program will provide such an opportunity.

More information about the My Current program can be found here.h,tutaj.,-Aktualno%C5%9Bci