GIS Climate Friendly Home Panel Sub-Program

The GIS Climate Friendly Home Sub-Program launched in July 2009 aims at reducing the carbon dioxide emission of residential buildings built with industrialised technology and the funding of the modernisation, renovation resulting in energy savings. In the course of the programme implementation, it was the first time for the environmental ministry to introduce a special climate protection element, with strictly quantified carbon dioxide emission calculation, serving the energy efficient renovation of prefabricated apartments.
The application was closed on 31 December 2009.

GIS Climate Friendly Home Energy Efficiency Sub-Program

As the second GIS programme, the GIS Climate Friendly Home Energy Efficiency Sub-Program was launched in December 2009, supporting the climate protection based, energy efficiency renovation of traditional residential buildings, the use of renewable energy resources related to the building and the construction of new energy efficient residential buildings.
The application was closed on 30 October 2010

GIS Energy Efficient Household Appliance Replacement Sub-Program

The third GIS sub-program, the GIS Energy Efficient Household Appliance Replacement Sub-Program, was launched in March 2010, whereby people in need – the elderly, large families, the handicapped and registered unemployed – could replace their energy guzzling refrigerators and washing machines with energy efficient equipment through the applications of foundations and associations supporting them and representing their interests, thereby promoting measurable energy savings and emission reductions.
The application was closed on 23 April 2010.

GIS Energy Efficient Bulb Replacement Sub-Program

The GIS Energy Efficient Light Bulb Replacement Sub-Program was launched in April 2010 as the fourth GIS sub-program. The aim of the application was to support people in need – the elderly, large families, the handicapped and registered unemployed – to replace their traditional light bulbs with energy efficient light bulbs through the applications of foundations and associations supporting them and representing their interests, thereby promoting measurable energy savings and emission reductions.
The application was closed on 30 October 2010.