Hungarians believe they need EU subsidies to modernise their homes

state administration / energy efficiency / conventional energy sources / households / NGO-s

94% of the Hungarian public finds it reasonable that there should be tenders for EU funds for the energy performance retrofitting of homes — found the national, large sample survey of the Hungarian Energy Efficiency Institute and Energiaklub. The large majority of households would not modernise their homes if they could only rely on their own savings and bank loans.

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