"Clean Air" in selected municipalities
According to PIE analysts, the "Clean Air" programme white spots appear on the map of our country. - Only 797 communes, i.e. approx. 32 percent. of all municipalities in Poland, concluded an agreement with provincial funds for environmental protection and water management under the Clean Air programme launched in September 2018 and is to continue until 2029 - analysts indicated, citing data of 29 December 2020. This means that in 115 poviats (out of 380), the residents of any of the communes cannot receive funding for heat sources replacement in a single-family house.
Popularisation of the programme among residents, as well as learning about interesting solutions which can be used by the beneficiaries of the "Clean Air" program are included in the ENEX New Energy Expo held at Targi Kielce in April.
Replacing heat sources and improving the energy efficiency of single-family houses is a goal each of us should set ourselves - the organizers of the expo comment on the situation.
The most agreements under the "Clean Air" programme have been concluded in the following voivodships: Mazowieckie (113) and Wielkopolskie (96), and the least in Warmińsko-Mazurskie (18) and Opolskie (13).
- Divided by poviats, the most active communes in this respect turned out to be those in the Krakow and Kielce poviats (14 communal agreements in each poviat) and Ostrów (12 communal agreements in the poviat) - calculated PIE. On the other hand, in terms of the number of inhabitants, the most applications were submitted in Lower Silesia (365) and Western Pomerania (361); almost two times less in Podlaskie (166) and Świętokrzyskie (121) voivodships.
PAP / MBr