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    The European Investment Bank (EIB) and Mazovia Region in Poland are working together to improve urban areas and energy efficiency in the region.

    Under the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), the EIB and the Board of Mazovia Voivodship created a fund of funds for the programming period 2014-2020. The EIB manages €35.7 million on behalf of the region.

    This fund of funds is one of the financial instruments that the EIB is deploying in EU countries. Read more about our shared management funds and financial instruments.


    Investing in urban areas, better housing and renewable energy

    The financial instrument can provide financing for:

    The financial instruments can support projects that increase energy efficiency in buildings by more than 25%. These projects will reduce energy consumption and cut energy losses in the housing sector. Energy-efficient residential buildings will have fewer emissions and improve the financial situation of households.

    What is eligible

    • Thermal insulation of the building
    • Replacement of windows, external door and energy-saving lighting
    • Reconstruction of heating systems (including replacement and connection to the heat source)
    • Reconstruction of ventilation and air conditioning
    • Energy management systems
    • Renewable energy sources (RES) in retrofitted buildings
    • Installation of cooling systems, including RES
    • Installation of metering systems

    Who can apply

    • Housing co-operatives
    • Housing associations
    • Social housing associations
    • Self-governmental units

    Where to apply

    Click on the logo for more information:

    Revitalised urban areas, with better infrastructure, can lead to better and more efficient cities, a higher quality of life, faster economic development and more respect for the environment.

    What is eligible

    • Development of technical infrastructure in revitalised areas for their economic and social activation
    • Renewal of residential areas, more specifically common parts of multi-family residential buildings, as part of a wider revitalisation operation.

    Support may only be provided to projects that are compatible with the revitalisation program of the area where the project is implemented.

    Who can apply

    • Self-government units, their unions and associations
    • Non-governmental organisations
    • Entities whose majority shareholders are self-government units or their unions and associations
    • Entities acting on behalf of self-government units, selected in accordance with the public procurement law
    • Churches and religious associations, as well as legal persons of churches and religious associations
    • Entities classified as public finance sector units having legal personality
    • Housing cooperatives, housing associations, social housing associations
    • Organisational units of social assistance and integration
    • Businesses, including social enterprises
    • Cultural institutions
    • Educational institutions
    • Labour market institutions

    Where to apply

    Click on the logo for more information:

    Highlighted stories

    Discover how financial instruments in the Mazovia Region promote renewable energy and energy efficiency.

    Revitalised houses in Płock

    The project promotors turned an historic 19th century tenement house into a media centre and library that provides books, movies, music and other digital material to the habitants of Płock. The centre also offers educational programmes. The library is adapted to people who require special care with motor, vision and mental disorders.

    A new sports area in Urszulin

    The team behind this project transformed an undeveloped piece of land into a recreational and sports area. The area has a research and development centre and a training facility for Warsaw’s professional football club, Legia Warsaw.

    Improving schools in Mińsk Mazowiecki

    The primary school in an underdeveloped urban area will be modernised and expanded to include a kindergarten section for 200 children. The new building will be adapted to children with disabilities.

    This investment fits in the concept of an ecological city with modern, energy-efficient public infrastructure.

    About the European Structural and Investment Funds

    Through the European Structural and Investment Funds (ESI Funds) financial instruments, the EU invests in local and regional projects that contribute to job creation and a sustainable and healthy European economy.

    The European Regional Development Fund is one of the five available ESI Funds. It strengthens economic and social cohesion in the EU by correcting imbalances between regions.


    Poland and the EIB

    The EIB has worked with Poland since 1990. We modernised the Warsaw airport and repaired flood damage. We financed urban renewal in Katowice to reduce disparities in regional development, make the economy more competitive and improve people’s living standards.