On 21 December 2020, an agreement was signed for the financing of the third pre-defined Project under the Environment, Energy and Climate Change of the EEA Financial Mechanism.
The Mineral and Energy Economy Research Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences, in partnership with the National Energy Authority of Iceland, will implement the Project called “Capacity building of key stakeholders in the area of geothermal energy” under a joint agreement. The Agreement value amounts to nearly 4 million PLN.
The Project aims to build the capacity of key stakeholders in Poland in the area of geothermal energy by improving their knowledge of the optimum use and management of geothermal resources, including but not limited to low-emission heating. The Project will contribute to the fulfilment of the “Environment, Energy and Climate Change” Programme objectives.
It is the third of three pre-defined projects, scheduled and agreed upon between the parties on the stage of the “Environment, Energy and Climate Change” Programme negotiations. The projects are 100% financed from the Programme’s funds.
Information published on the website of the Ministry of Climate and Environment, 21 December 2021.