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Home and building renovation grants: Practical guide and video

The Government provides a number of different home / building renovation grants, all of which can be combined.  The MTE has created a Practical Guide and an accompanying video, listing the different grants available. They can be found on our website.

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The Prince’s Government provides a number of different home / building renovation grants, all of which can be combined.

In response to rising demand for grants, the MTE has put together a Practical Guide and a video listing all of the help on offer, which can be found on our website.

What financial help is available, and how can you access it? Who is entitled to help? Where should you start? What can the grants be used for? You’ll find the answers to all these questions in the Practical Guide.

 Remember that grants are available to help you:

-          insulate your roof

-          replace your single-glazed windows

-          replace a collective boiler with a heat pump

-          equip your home / office with thermostatic taps, fans, solar shading, etc.

-          install solar panels on your roof, terrace, or walls

There is also a simulator on our website, which you can use to calculate the total financial help you are entitled to for renovations.

By carrying out a complete renovation, you can combine a variety of measures to make your building more energy-efficient and more comfortable to live or work in. Instead of doing the work bit by bit, doing everything at once helps brings down the overall cost and also makes you eligible for additional State aid.

Under the “Exemplary Renovation Projects ” scheme, the Government could fund up to 50% of the work, including the design phase.

Finally, keep in mind that a building energy audit is a great way to work out exactly what work needs to be done to improve your home or building’s energy performance and levels of comfort. Full details can be found here .

It cannot be said often enough: a third of all the Principality’s emissions come from the energy used in buildings. By renovating your own home or building, you can play your part in Monaco’s energy transition. Your actions really can make a difference, with the Principality aiming to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by 55% of 1990 levels by 2030...

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