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New project in the Institute of Power Engineering

2019 / 07 / 16

The Institute of Power Engineering has started the realisation of a new project co-financed by the European Union from the Operational Program Infrastructure and Environment 2014-2020. The project is entitled: Increasing energy efficiency in the building of the Institute of Power Engineering - Research Institute in Warsaw.
The project concerns a comprehensive deep thermo-modernization of the building of the Institute of Power Engineering (IEn) in Warsaw. The Project implementation is aimed at solving the problem of low energy efficiency of the building covered by the Project. Currently, the operation of the building is associated with excessive energy consumption, and consequently with the emission of harmful substances into the environment.

Project no .: POIS.01.03.01-00-0084 / 17
Value of the project: PLN 3 631 426.24
Contribution of European Funds: PLN 2 210,812.29

The objectives that will be implemented under the Project include increasing the energy efficiency of the building of the Institute of Power Engineering in Warsaw and:
- reducing the operating costs of the Institute's building, thanks to the saving of electricity and heat;
- reduction of final and primary energy consumption needed to heat the Institute's infrastructure;
- increase of air cleanliness in the building's surroundings, through reduction of greenhouse gas emissions;
- improving the quality of public infrastructure - improving the comfort of work and staying in the building.
The project will contribute to the main objective of the I & E OP - Support for a resource-efficient and environmentally friendly economy that fosters territorial and social cohesion, and in particular to achieve the thematic objective 4: Supporting the transition to a low-carbon economy in all sectors. The immediate effect of the Project implementation will be the reduction of final energy consumption.

The project assumes achieving the indicators provided for in sub-measure 1.3.1, such as:
- Annual decrease in greenhouse gas emissions
- Reduction of annual primary energy consumption
- Reduction of final energy consumption
- Electricity saving
- Heat energy saving
- Additional ability to generate energy from renewable sources
- Increase in the number of modernized heat sources
- Increasing the number of energetically modernized buildings
- Population of usable area of buildings subjected to thermo-modernization

The project is planned for 2019-2020.


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