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Certain projects have helped to reduce the annual energy consumption of Spuerkeess’ buildings by around 45%. Today, Michel Abraao tells us more about the Aid & Financing Advice.
The Aid & Financing Advice aims to support our professional and private customers in the transition to a sustainable economy and offer appropriate advice in connection with energy efficiency projects.
We have put in place tools that will enable us to identify together with our customers, projects that are eligible for aid and subsidies, in order to make these customers aware of and inform them of the possible different state and private aid available. Our aim is to guide the customer with regard to the formalities to be carried out, propose the appropriate type of loan for the different projects and support the customer in their ecological, energy and sustainable projects.
As a responsible bank, we offer this service to all our private and professional customers. It is our way of helping and supporting customers wishing to improve their carbon footprint.
The main objective is to make our customers aware of and inform them of the possible public and private aid and subsidies available, according to their projects. There are many aid systems and it is not always easy to identify the elements of a project that are eligible for aid.
Whether in the context of work on renovating a residential property, construction of a new home, but also projects promoting renewable energies such as photovoltaic energy or quite simply electromobility, we can offer our customers an overview of the eligibility conditions and criteria for possible aid and subsidy systems. Therefore, the customer has all the information that will enable them, together with our advisers, to establish the appropriate method of financing.
No, this service is completely free of charge.
When we receive an application for project financing, we analyse the project together with the customer and can offer a simulation of the possible aid and grants available.
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