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Review of structural funds in Poland, Slovakia, Lithuania, Czech Republic Joint Seminar “Helping municipalities to use Structural Funds for energy projects ” Dec ember 7-8, 2004, České Budejovice Dalia Streimikiene L ithuanian energy institute. Priorities of Structural Funds in LT.

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Review of structural funds in Poland, Slovakia, Lithuania, Czech Republic

Joint Seminar “Helping municipalities to use Structural Funds for energy projects”

December 7-8, 2004, České Budejovice

Dalia Streimikiene

Lithuanian energy institute

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Priorities of Structural Funds in LT
  • ID 1: Development of social and economic infrastructure;
  • ID 2: Developmentnt of human resources;
  • ID 3: Developmentnt of productive sector and services;
  • ID 4: Rural development and fisheries;
  • ID 5: Technical assistance.
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Priorities of Structural Funds in SK
  • ID 1: Industry and Services;
  • ID 2: Human Resources;
  • ID 3: Agriculture and Rural Development;
  • ID 4: Basic Infrastructure.
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Priorities of Structural Funds in CZ
  • ID 1: Industry and Enterprise;
  • ID 2: Infrastructure;
  • ID 3: Rural Development and Multi-Functional Agriculture;
  • ID 4: Human Resources Development.
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Priorities of Structural Funds in PL
  • ID 1: Improvement of competitiveness of the economy;
  • ID 2: Human resources development;
  • ID 3: Restructuring and modernisation of the food sector and rural development;
  • ID 4: Fisheries and fish processing;
  • ID 5: Transport-Maritime Economy;
  • ID 6: Integrated Regional Operational Programme.
  • ID 7: Technical assistance
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Priorities of Structural Funds in 4 NM
  • Infrastructure (LT, CZ, SK);
  • Human resources (4 NM);
  • Productive Sector (4 NM);
  • Rural, regional, agricultural development and fisheries (4 NM);
  • Transport-Maritime Economy (PL);
  • Technical assistance (LT, PL).
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SF and Sustainable Energy in LT

ID 1: Infrastructure

  • Priority ID 1-2.2: Renovation of boilers and biomass or natural gas conversion;
  • Priority ID 1-2.3:Local and Renewable Energy Sources;
  • Priority ID 1-2.4: Increase of Energy Efficiency in Public Sector;

ID 3: Productive sectors

  • Priority ID 3-1.1:Implementation of new technologies;
  • Priority ID 3-1.12:Implementation of environmental measures;

ID 4: Rural development

  • Priority ID 4-5.3: Investments to improve and rationalise the harvesting and logging of round wood and afforestation;
  • Priority ID 4-3.3: Investments into industries reprocessing agriculture products.
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SF and Sustainable Energy in SK

ID 1: Industry & services

  • Priority ID 1-1.3: Support of business, innovation and applied research;
  • Priority ID 1-1.4: Support for energy saving and use of RES;

ID 3: Rural & agriculture development

  • Priority ID 3-1: Investment in agricultural holdings;
  • Priority ID 3-2: Improving the processing and marketing of agricultural products;

ID 4: Basic Infrastructure

  • Priority ID 4-2.2: Improvement and development of the infrastructure for the air protection;
  • Priority ID 4-3.1: Building and development of civil infrastructure in the regions.
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SF and Sustainable Energy in CZ

ID 1: Industry & enterprises

  • Priority ID 1-7.1: Reducing energy consumption;
  • Priority ID 1-7.2: Higher use of RES.

ID 2: Infrastructure

  • Priority ID 2-7.1: Support for the Introduction of Alternative Fuels in transport;
  • Priority ID 2-10: Water Management Infrastructure Improvement;
  • Priority ID 2-11: Air Protection Infrastructure Improvement;

ID 4: Rural & agricultural development

  • Priority ID 4-1: Investments in agricultural holdings ;
  • Priority ID 4-4: Promoting the adaptation and development of rural areas
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SF and Sustainable Energy in PL

ID 1: Competitiveness of economy

  • Priority ID 1-2.4: The Improving of competitive position of the enterprises operating on the European Single Market;

ID 6: IROP

  • Priority ID 6-1.2: Upgrade and modernisation of infrastructure aiming at regions’ competitiveness strengthening;
  • Priority ID 6-3.1: Local development
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Areas of sustainable energy support in OP & responsible institutions 4 NM

Areas of support in OP:

  • Infrastructure;
  • Productive Sector, competitiveness of economy;
  • Rural & agricultural development.

Responsible Institutions:

  • Ministry of Economy (LT, PL, SK);
  • Ministry of Construction & Regional Development (SK);
  • Ministry of Trade & Industry (CZ);
  • Ministry of Agriculture (LT, SK, CZ);
  • Ministry of Environment (CZ).

Implementing Institutions:

  • Business Support Agency (LT); CzechInvest
  • Energy Agency (SK);
  • National or Agriculture Paying Authorities (LT, SK);
  • State Environment Fund (CZ);
  • Ministry of Transport (CZ)
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ID 1: INFRASTRUCTURE: LT

1-2: Renovation of boilers and conversion to biomass, natural gas

  • Main Objective: to ensure stability, reliability, flexibility and accessibility of energy supply, increase of EE and to form a basis for the stable growth of national economy;
  • Particular Subgoals relating to EE or RES:
  • renovation of boilers and switching to other fuels in the combustion plants currently burning less environmentally friendly fuels (especially burning high sulphur content petroleum products);
  • increase the use of RES;
  • increase EE in public sector.
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Particular schemes for project submission
  • Conversion of combustion installations to biomass, natural gas;
  • Adjustment of renovated boilers for CC;
  • Installation of new or adjustment of existing energy generation sources to use RES and municipal waste;
  • Implementation of new technologies including CC, use of RES, municipal waste;
  • Renovation of buildings and heating installations;
  • Maintenance & control of energy use in renovated buildings;
  • Energy audits of buildings & infrastructure;
  • Regional cooperation, R&D related to EE improvements & energy market development in national & region al levels;
  • Feasibility studies, information dissemination, education, consultancy and scientific research in this field.
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Eligible projects & eligible applicants

Eligible applicants:

  • State institutions;
  • Municipalities & their institutions;
  • Public bodies;
  • Subjects eligible under the condition of State aid provision: ”Promotion of entrepreneurship, business & investments development”: 1. de minimis support, 2. support to SME, 3. regional aid
  • detailed eligibility requirement are defined during the call of proposals

Eligible projects:

  • Reduction of negative impact on environment;
  • Increase of reliability of energy supply;
  • Use or promotion to use RES;
  • Increase of energy use efficiency;
  • Implementation of advanced technologies
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ID 3: PRODUCTIVE SECTORS: LT

3-1: Direct support to business

  • Main Objective: to increase competitiveness of companies and the level of entrepreneurship, to balance equal opportunities in business; to increase the potential of scientific research in business.
  • Particular Subgoals relating to EE or RES:
  • implementation of new technologies & innovations;
  • implementation of environmental measures
  • Particular Schemes for projects submission: new products & service development; new technologies & innovations, modernization of production equipment; improvement of production & service processes; R&D for industry; integration of R&D in business; quality management systems; implementation of standards & certification systems; establishment of industry & business collaboration clusters; implementation of cost reduction measures including EE measures;
  • Eligible applicants: SMEs
  • Eligible projects: creation of high VA products, increase of competitiveness, internalization, impact on RD, cooperation.
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ID 4: RURAL & AGRICULTURE: LT

ID 4-5: Forestry

ID 4-3: Marketing of agriculture products

Main Objective: develop EES functions of forests, to improve the infrastructure and productivity of private forest holdings, increase the possibility for alternative activity and improve environment;

  • modernize processing and marketing of agricultural products, to improve their competitiveness and to increase the VA.Particular Subgoals relating to EE or RES:
  • improve the harvesting and logging of round wood as well as afforestation of non-agricultural land (use of biomass);
  • investments into industries reprocessing agriculture products (raps conversion to biofuels)
  • Particular Schemes for projects submission: agriculture activities for raps cultivation; diversification of agricultural activities including reprocessing of produced products and marketing.
  • Eligible applicants: farmers, agriculture companies, cooperatives etc.
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ID 1: INDUSTRY AND SERVICES: SK

1-1.3 Support of innovation and research

1-1.4 Support of EE and use of RES

  • Main Objective:
  • increase of industry competitiveness through R&D;
  • Support of EE and RES.

Particular Subgoals relating to EE or RES:

  • implementation of new technologies & innovations, environmental measures to reduce emissions;
  • the approximation of industrial energy demands to the EU levels through EE and enhanced competitiveness of enterprises.
  • increase use of RES and local fuels by promoting reg. business;
  • Eligible applicants: SME; PB
  • Eligible projects: R&D in new EE technologies; support of participation in EU innovation activities; R&D in sectors with low innovative potential, entrepreneurs focussing on innovation of processes, products & management
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Particular schemes for project submission
  • Support of links of R&D & business;
  • certification equipment in the certification process;consulting in documentation development for air quality management process, in implementing EMAS & ISO
  • production of prototypes and their testing on the market, designs of new products;
  • identification and elaboration of technical expertise to launch new technology and products & their independent, professional testing;
  • support for the organisation of international seminars, conferences;
  • feasibility studies in relevant area;
      • improvement of the environment in terms of emissions, safety of WW and solid wastes and radiations;
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ID 3: AGRICULTURE & RURAL :SK

3-1 Investments in agricultural holdings

3-2 Processing of agriculture products

  • Main Objective: Increase the efficiency of agricultural production and quality of life for the rural population
  • Particular Subgoals relating to EE or RES:
  • facilities for the use of alternative energy sources for own consumption of energy;
  • construction of technologies for environmental protection (WW);
  • Particular Schemes for projects submission: facilities for use of alternative energy for own needs, reconstruction & construction of WW treatment technologies, reconstruction of farm and forestry facilities to agro-tourism, housing equipments & technologies,
  • Eligible applicants: SMEs, farmers, agriculture companies,
  • Eligible projects: facilities for use of alternative energy for own needs, modernization of housing equipment for recreational activities.
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ID 4: INFRASTRUCTURE: SK

4-2.2 Air protection infrastructure

4-3.1 Developing of civil infrastructure

  • Main Objective: balanced regional development
  • Particular Subgoals relating to EE or RES:
  • switching on fuels with low-emission and RES;
  • installation of technology to reduce air emissions & monitoring;
  • reconstruction of buildings and facilities of educational, health, infrastructure (aimed at the insulation of buildings).
  • Particular Schemes for projects submission: installation of clean combustion technologies and RES, pollution abatement installations, reconstruction and insulation of buildings of educational, health, social and cultural infrastructure;
  • Eligible applicants: SMEs; Public Authorities, Municipalities
  • Eligible projects: low emission energy combustion sources & RES, pollution abatement technologies & monitoring,
  • renovation of buildings to increase EE.
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ID 1: INDUSTRY & ENTERPRISE: CZ

1-7 Increase of EE & use of RES

  • Main Objective: Reducing energy consumption and higher use of RES
  • Particular Subgoals relating to EE or RES:
  • New technologies, energy savings in industry and industrial services (SMEs) to reach the EU levels and increase the competitiveness.
  • Ensure economical use of energy.
  • Particular Schemes for projects submission:
  • Energy savings programme;
  • RES programme

Eligible applicants: SMEs in industry;

Eligible projects: implementation new, EE technologies & energy audits; RES application in industry, CHP burning biomass, SHPPs, geothermal, waste incineration & sludge from WW.

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ID 2: INFRASTRUCTURE: CZ

2-7: Introduction of alternative fuels

2-10: Water management improvement

2-11: Air protection infrastructure

  • Objective:
  • introduction of alternative fuels in transport
  • water management infrastructure improvement;
  • air protection infrastructure improvement
  • Particular Subgoals relating to EE or RES:
  • increase number of motor vehicles using biofuels (esp. from rape);
  • improvement of the level of WW sludge management;
  • environment-friendly combustion technologies and use of RES
  • Particular Schemes for projects submission:
  • support for the introduction of biofuels;
    • Construction of facilities for energy use of sludge from WW;
      • Application of clean combustion technologies

Eligible projects: R&D in alternative fuels, hydrogen, fuel

cells, WW treatment facilities, combustion of

Hospital Waste, use of RES

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ID 4: RURAL & AGRICULTURE: CZ

4-1: Investments In agriculture holdings;

4-4: Development of rural areas

  • Main Objective:
  • further diversification of agricultural activities;
  • development of rural areas.
  • Particular Subgoals relating to EE or RES:
  • production, processing and marketing of biomass made of one’s own agricultural activity
  • investments into use of alternative energy sources (max. 5MW)
  • Particular Schemes for projects submission:
  • Production of biomass from own agriculture activities;
  • Support of investments for using alternative energy sources
  • Eligible applicants: SME in agriculture, farmers;
  • Eligible projects: production of biomass from agriculture activities, use of biomass & biogas as alternative sources.
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ID 1: ECONOMY: PL

1-2.4: Improvement of competitiveness of enterprises;

  • Main Objective: support for investments aiming at the adjustment of companies to the environmental protection requirements state aid for pro-ecological investments in companies to increase competitiveness;
  • Particular Subgoals relating to EE or RES:
  • reduce of emissions from large power supply plants,
  • generate of energy from RES,
  • achieve environmental standards and the implementation of BAT.
  • Particular Schemes for projects submission: NA
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ID 6: INTEGRATED REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT : PL

6-1.2: Modernization of Infrastructure

6-3.1: Local development

  • Main Objective: to upgrade and modernise of infrastructure aiming at regions’ competitiveness strengthening
  • Particular Subgoals relating to EE or RES:
  • sewage and water system management;
  • air protection and waste management,
  • efficient use of energy (including RES),
  • Particular Schemes for projects submission: NA
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INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT in

4 NM

  • Main Objective:
  • ES, increase of EE for the stable growth of economy (LT);
  • balanced regional development and modernisation of infrastructure in regions to ensure competitiveness (SK, PL);
  • introduction of alternative fuels and decrease of ecological burden caused by road traffic (CZ);
  • WW management & air protection infrastructure improvement (CZ)
  • Particular Subgoals relating to EE or RES:
  • increase use of RES; EE in public sector (4 NM);
  • air protection (4 NM);
  • increase number of motor vehicles using biofuels (CZ);
  • improvement of WW & sludge management (CZ, PL);

Eligible applicants: SMEs, PB, Municipalities, State institutions

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COMPETETIVENES OF PRODUCTIVE SECTORS in 4 NM
  • Main Objective:
  • to increase competitiveness of companies and the level of entrepreneurship, to increase the potential of R&D in business (4 NM);
  • Support of EE and RES to increase competitiveness (SK, CZ, PL);
  • Support for investments into implementation of environmental protection requirements to increase enterprise competitiveness (PL).
  • Particular Subgoals relating to EE or RES:
  • new technologies & environmental measures (4 NM);
  • the approximation of industrial energy demands to the EU levels through EE (SK, CZ).
  • increase use of RES and local fuels by promoting reg. business (SK, PL);

Eligible applicants: SMEs, PB,Municipalities

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REGIONAL & AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT in 4 NM
  • Main Objective:
  • modernize processing and marketing of agricultural products, to improve their competitiveness (4 NM);
  • diversification of agricultural activities & development of rural areas (4 NM);
  • improve the productivity of private forest holdings (LT) ;

Particular Subgoals relating to EE or RES:

  • improve the harvesting and logging of round wood & biomass (LT);
  • investments into raps conversion to biofuels (LT);
  • financing of ffacilities for the use of alternative energy sources (biomass) for own consumption of energy (SK, CZ, PL);
  • investments into use of alternative energy sources, max. 5MW (CZ)
  • Eligible applicants: farmers, agriculture companies, cooperatives etc.
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USE of SDF for Sustainable energy projects in 4NM

Lithuania: Priority 1.2: Ensuring of energy supply stability, accessibility & EE

The funds allocated for 2004-2006: 82.76 MEUR

The funds distributed for 3 projects (total 7 projects) aiming at EE in public buildings: 1.24 MEUR;

Slovakia: Priority 1-1.4: Support of EE & and use of RES

The funds allocated: 33.1 MEUR

The funds distributed for 2 projects: (total 13 projects)

Czech Republic: Priority 1-7: Reduction of energy consumption and use of RES

The funds allocated : 34.8 MEUR

The funds distributed 2 (total 7)projects: 15 thous. – 1 mil. EUR;

Poland: Priority 1-2.4: State aid for ecological investments

in companies

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Conclusions
  • There 4 main Sectoral Operation programmes in 4 NM: Infrastructure; Human resources; Productive Sector; Rural, agricultural development and fisheries. They are very similar for Slovakia, Czech Republic and Lithuania, only for LT & PL Technical assistance is available.
  • In Poland the structure of priorities is quite different including separate SOP for maritime transport & separate SOP for fisheries. Poland has also integrated regional OP;
  • The SOP which can be used for support of activities in the area of RES & EE are similar in 4 NM: infrastructure, productive sectors, agricultural & rural development;
  • Though structure of priorities quite similar the similar projects

are being finance from different SOP in 4 NM.

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Conclusions
  • The main activities in the area of RES & EE in 4 NM are from SOP ID1 but these SOP have different titles and priorities:
  • in SK & CZ ID1: Industry & Service or Industry & Enterprise:
  • In LT: development of social & economic infrastructure;
  • In PL: Increase of competitiveness of economy;
  • The most similar structure of SOP and measures is in SK CZ;
  • The funds allocated for priority 1.2: Ensuring of energy supply stability, accessibility & EE in Lithuania 2004-2006 : 82.76 MEUR; the funds distributed for 3 projects 1.24 MEUR;
  • The funds allocated for priority Slovakia for priority 1-1.4: Support of EE & and use of RES is 33.1 MEUR. The funds distributed for 2 projects.
  • The funds allocated in CZ for priority 1-7: Reduction of energy consumption and use of RES: 34.8 MEUR. The funds for 2 projects distributed: 15 thous. – 1 mil. EUR.
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Conclusions
  • Particular Subgoals relating to EE or RES in Infrastructure:
  • increase use of RES; EE in public sector (4 NM); air protection (4 NM); increase number of motor vehicles using biofuels (CZ); improvement of WW & sludge management (CZ, PL);
  • Particular Subgoals relating to EE or RES in Productive sectors: new technologies & environmental measures (4 NM);
  • the approximation of industrial energy demands to the EU levels through EE (SK, CZ); increase use of RES and local fuels by promoting reg. business (SK, PL);
    • Particular Subgoals relating to EE or RES in Agriculture & Regional: improve the harvesting and logging of round wood & biomass (LT); investments into raps conversion to biofuels (LT); financing of ffacilities for the use of alternative energy sources (biomass) for own consumption of energy (SK, CZ, PL); investments
    • into use of alternative energy sources, max. 5MW (CZ).
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Thank you for your attention!

Contact: Lithuanian energy institute

Name: Dalia Streimikiene

E-Mail: [email protected]

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