Building a passive house may cost zł.700 to zł.1000 more for each m².
Energy-saving technologies allow for savings up to 80% on heating bills. We should also pay attention to the fact that the prices of gas and electricity rise every year.
To encourage the Poles to build “ecologically” and “economically”, the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management (NFOŚiGW) has launched a programme of subsidized loans for energy-efficient houses.
The amount of a single “grant” can go up to zł.50,000
for buildings that reach the required energy standard NF15 – EuCO 15 kWh/(m2 per year) – this concerns passive houses.
Bonuses will be paid upon completion of the construction and after the relevant inspection – for the building must comply with the required parameters.
All the more reason to capitalise on a house that is more friendly to us and to our planet, and reduces energy consumption for heating, lighting and air conditioning.