Which kinds of upgrade projects can benefit from the 110% incentive?

To benefit from this incentive it is necessary to carry out at least one of the following:

1.       Thermal insulation of the opaque surfaces of the building envelope’s vertical, horizontal and sloping surfaces that cover more than 25% of the overall heat-emitting surface of the building or the property unit situated inside a multi-household building that is functionally independent and has one or more independent access entrances, with the obligation to use insulating materials that meet minimum environmental criteria.

2.       Upgrades to the communal parts of apartment buildings to replace existing winter heating systems with centralised condensing boiler systems (rated at least A for efficiency), or central heat pump systems, including in combination with the installation of photovoltaic systems and with energy storage systems, or with microgeneration systems or solar collectors and, in some specific cases, also with the connection to district heating systems.

3.       Upgrades to single-household buildings or property units situated inside a multi-household building that are functionally independent and have one or more independent access entrances, to replace existing winter heating systems with centralised condensing boiler systems (rated at least A for efficiency), or central heat pump systems, including in combination with the installation of photovoltaic and energy storage systems, or with microgeneration systems or solar collectors and, in some specific cases, with biomass plants with a 5-star quality class or with the connection to district heating systems.

4.       Anti-seismic upgrades on buildings in seismic zones 1, 2 and 3

In addition, the following cases are also eligible for the 110% incentive:

5.       Energy efficiency upgrades (e.g. replacing doors and windows, installing sun screens, etc.) if they are implemented together with one of those described in points 1, 2 or 3. If the building is subject to at least one of the restrictions outlined in the code for cultural heritage and the landscape, or if interventions described in points 1, 2 and 3 are constrained by building, planning or environmental regulations, the 110% tax credit is applied to all energy upgrade projects, even if not carried out jointly with one of those described in points 1, 2 or 3.

6.       The installation of photovoltaic panels and storage systems, if the upgrade is implemented together with one of those described in points 1, 2, 3 or 4

7.       The installation of electric vehicle charging infrastructure, if the upgrade is implemented together with one of those described in points 1, 2 or 3

For the 110% incentive to be granted it must be assured, where energy efficiency upgrades are being implemented, that the energy rating of the building is increased by at least 2 rating levels or, where that isn't possible, that the highest possible energy rating is achieved.

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