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Check: Hungarian Article 7 current and projected data

1. Green Investment System and Green Economy Financing Scheme – Home Warming Program

2. European Structural and Investment Funds Programs  TOTAL

3. Home building support with energy efficiency bonus

4. Energy Efficiency Renovation Tender Program in the Institution controlled by the Ministry of Interior

5. Cooperation Program between Switzerland and Hungary

6. EEA and Norway Financial Mechanisms

7. Fossil energy use reduction by public institutions according to the 232/2015. (VIII. 20.) Government Decree

8. Energy Efficiency Investments Supported from the Central Budget by special decision of the Government

9. Supported Home savings and Loans

10. Obligation to apply for energetic specialist engineer

11. Energy efficiency measures in transport

12. Energy efficiency corporate tax benefit

13. Family Home Creation Support Program

14. Additional fees devices integrated electricity bill to encourage the non-residential sector with VET financial instruments

15. Annual cost supports for operating public transport from state budget

16. Implementation of Jedlik Ányos Plan for e-mobility support

17. Realization of M4 subway and reorganization of surface public transport after completion

I. EEOS to be launched from 2021.

II. Alternative policy measures planned:

2.1. Subsidies from funding programmes with primary energy efficiency focus (especially KEHOP, TOP, VEKOP, GINOP, ZINOP)

2.2. Primarily non-energy efficiency funding programs (especially TOP, VEKOP, EFOP, IKOP, KEHOP, VP)

2.3. Direct energy efficiency funding programmes launched using funding resources received to relaunch the economy

3.1. Tender programs based on ETS quota revenues

3.2. Direct tender programs for energy efficiency based on Governmental Green Bond Program revenues

3.3. Tender programs for direct financial support under the EEA and Norwegian funding mechanisms

4.1. Corporate normative tax relief for energy efficiency measures

4.2. Integrated results of CSOK home creation support programme and Rural CSOK development support (primarily non-energy efficiency programs)

4.3. Energy rationalization tender program for the institutions of the Ministry of the Interior

4.4. Energy efficiency investments of budgetary institutions [232/2015. (VIII. 20.) Government Decree. regulation]

4.5. Implementing lighting modernization actions in the member institutions of the vocational training centers established and maintained by the Minister responsible for vocational education and adult education [239/2019. (X. 16.) Government Decree]

4.6. The “Bright Smart Institutions Program” [192/2020. (V. 8.) Government Decree]

4.7. Other individual support decisions set out in government decisions

4.8. Energy efficiency improvements implemented in the Home Creation Saving Program

5.1. Measures to improve energy efficiency under the Modern Cities Program with budget support

5.2. Energy efficiency elements of the Hungarian Village Program:

1. Building energy developments;

2. Transport developments;

3. Behavioral change, energy efficiency awareness improvement

5.3. Energy efficiency elements of long-term program for settlements’ economic catching-up

5.4. Individual energy efficiency measures of municipalities

5.5. New energy efficiency development programmes for local governments to relaunch local economic development

6.1. Financial assets imposed in the Electricity Act (funds payable pursuant to Section 147 of Act LXXXVI of 2007 on Electricity)

6.2. Green Credit Program

7.1. Energy efficiency development effects of complex transport development programs (maintenance of toll systems, restricted zones for motor vehicles, establishment of parking zones, development of railway network, development of cycling facilities, eco-driving, speed reduction on motorways, Shaping the cost reimbursement for car use, development of intelligent transport systems)

7.2. State financial support for the operation of public transport

7.3. Promoting electro-mobility (Jedlik Ányos Plan) and the implementation of Hungary’s new bus strategy concept and the Green Bus program

8.1. Mandatory employment of energy rapporteur at companies with significant energy consumption

8.2. Obligation to install energy sub-metering

8.3. National Energy Specialist Network – Promoting the energy efficient use of public buildings

8.4. Free energy advisory service to SMEs and individuals provided by the Hungarian Chamber of Engineers

9.1. Complex market development measures provided by strengthening the energy efficiency market (eg. through innovation subsidies)

Monitoring and reporting deployed at the executing authorities. A bill submitted to assign Hungarian Energy and Public Utility Regulatory Authority (HEA) as responsible body for the verification of all EE policy measures from 2021.

NECP put an emphasis on energy poor households. The Life IP project (lignite phase out) will focus on energy poor households and the EEOS proposal offers bonus to obligated companies in case of energy efficiency measures, affecting the energy poors.

Subscription based electricity connection scheme provided for households living in buildings that are deteriorated or unsuitable for renovation that ensures the electric heating of at least one room for families with small children.

Policies for the Article 7/8 EED

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