Public sector

Cooperation projects

LAG connects municipalities and other partners based on a contractual partnership between public and private entities. Under this scheme, municipalities can obtain funding for small projects. It is wise to plan applications sustainably, together with societies and private individuals, in order to create synergies of impacts (e.g. an integrated tourism product, a unique experience, etc.).

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Complete energy renovation

Buildings heated with fossil fuels (ELHO, LPG) that have not undergone energy renovation in the last 12 years are not compliant with the requirements of the Rules on efficient use of energy in buildings (PURES 3). Poor energy condition of these buildings and their energy systems represents an excessive burden on the environment in terms of CO2 emissions and particulate matter, and also comes with high operating and maintenance cost. In addition, such buildings do not provide optimal living and working conditions.

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Public-private partnerships

As a form of strategic partnership between public and private sector institutions, public-private partnerships can successfully contribute to reducing public expenditure on public services and to maintaining the achieved level of public services, provided that the content of the cooperation, the risk and other contractual relations between the public and private partners are properly defined and the public interest is verified.

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