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The new plan of the EEA Grants for renewable energy and environmental and climate matters (2014–2021) was introduced at a conference in Warsaw, Poland, on March 3, 2020, with the participation of the Presidents of Poland, Andrzej Duda, and Iceland, Guðni Th. Jóhannesson, along with ministers from Poland, Iceland, and Norway.

This plan for the EEA Grants in Poland from 2014 to 2021, focusing on climate, environment, and energy matters, constitutes one of the largest contributions of the fund within the EEA, and it's the first time that these plans have been consolidated into one. The EEA Grants' contribution was 140 million euros for projects in the field of climate, environment, and energy. Poland also provides a significant additional amount through loans and project support, making the fund much larger. No other country has made a comparable supplementary contribution to such plans, and the total amount is expected to reach around 200 million euros. The scope of the projects is actually larger, as the EEA Grants only cover a portion of the project funding.

One of the main objectives of the EEA Grants in the field of renewable energy is to enhance energy security, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and improve environmental aspects in the respective countries, including the utilization of renewable energy instead of fossil fuels. In Poland, it's projected that when the projects of the plan are implemented, they will annually decrease CO2 emissions by around 600,000 tons. The projects and bidding of the plan were extensively introduced both in Iceland and Poland, with the Presidents of Poland and Iceland participating in the presentation in Poland in March 2020, along with numerous companies from Iceland. This project demonstrates that Iceland, in collaboration with other European nations, can achieve significant success in climate matters on the international stage through expert projects and effective cooperation within the EEA, benefiting all involved since air pollution knows no borders. For more information, you can visit the website of the Financial Mechanism Office (FMO) in Brussels and find details about countries and projects.