June 30 is the deadline to apply for the Energy Efficiency grant for SMEs and Large Companies in the industrial sector.

We explain how to apply for the subsidy that covers up to 30% of our IEQSY-PQS energy efficiency system, the only certified equipment in its range that meets the requirements to obtain the subsidy.

Contact us so that we can advise you on the procedures to be carried out before the end of the deadline.

The application consists of the following steps:

  1. Submission of the grant application with Initial Budget.
  2. Perform an electrical analysis/audit of the installation is carried out in the Project phase.
  3. The system to be installed must be certified by an accredited body.
  4. Verification of the reduction of avoided consumption.
  5. Presentation of Invoices and Proof of Payment.

If you are interested, you can write to us at info@ieqsy.es

The grants of this call for Energy Efficiency for SMEs and Large Companies in the industrial sector are financed with different budget items of the State and from different National or European Funds such as the European ERDF Funds.

For more information: https://sede.idae.gob.es/lang/modulo/?refbol=tramites-servicios&refsec=programa-ayudas-pyme

What are ERDF funds and who manages them in Spain?

The main objective of the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) is to help reduce the disparities between the levels of development of European regions and the backwardness of the less favoured regions of the European Union.

The Commission has proposed an annual EU budget of €189.3 billion for 2024 and can be requested until June.

ERDF funds pursue 5 objectives:

  • A smarter Europe: innovative and smart economic transformation.
  • A greener, low-carbon Europe.
  • A more connected Europe: mobility and regional connectivity in the field of ICT.
  • A more social Europe: implementing the European Pillar of Social Rights.
  • A Europe closer to its citizens: sustainable and integrated development of urban, rural and coastal areas through local initiatives.

In Spain, the Directorate-General for Innovation Planning (DGPI) manages operations co-financed with ERDF through the Sub-Directorate-General for Large Scientific-Technical Facilities (SGGICT) and the Sub-Directorate-General for the Internationalisation of Science and Innovation (SGINCI).

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