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Pabalsts apkurei 60 eiro: kuri energoresursi ir iekļauti atbalsta mehānismā un kuri nav?


Pabalsts apkurei 60 eiro: What is it and how to apply for it?




Heating is a basic need in Latvia, where the average heating season lasts 200 days. More than half (58%) of Latvias primary energy consumption is used for heating. However, due to the rapid inflation and the limited availability of natural gas, the cost of heating has increased significantly in recent years. To help households cope with the rising heating bills, the Latvian government has introduced a subsidy scheme called pabalsts apkurei 60 eiro, which means "benefit for heating 60 euros".


Pabalsts apkurei 60 eiro is a one-time payment of 60 euros that can be claimed by households that use firewood, wood pellets, or briquettes for heating. The subsidy can be used to cover the purchase of these heating materials, regardless of whether they have a proof of purchase or not. The subsidy is part of a larger package of measures that also includes monthly allowances for vulnerable groups, reduced tariffs for electricity, gas, and central heating, and improved housing benefits.




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In this article, we will explain who is eligible for pabalsts apkurei 60 eiro, how to apply for it, what are the benefits of it, and what are some common questions about it.


Who is eligible for pabalsts apkurei 60 eiro?




Pabalsts apkurei 60 eiro is available to households that use firewood, wood pellets, or briquettes as their main or secondary source of heating. The subsidy applies to both individual and collective heating systems. However, there are some criteria that need to be met depending on the type of heating system.


Criteria for different types of heating systems




For households that use firewood, wood pellets, or briquettes in individual heating systems (such as stoves or boilers), the subsidy can be claimed if:



  • The household has purchased these heating materials between January 1, 2022 and August 31, 2022;



  • The household has a proof of purchase (such as an invoice or a receipt) that shows the date, amount, and type of heating materials purchased;



  • The household submits an online or in-person application by November 30, 2022.



For households that use firewood, wood pellets, or briquettes in collective heating systems (such as district heating or co-generation stations), the subsidy can be claimed if:



  • The household has purchased these heating materials between January 1, 2022 and August 31, 2022;



  • The household does not have a proof of purchase (such as an invoice or a receipt) or has lost it;



  • The household submits an online or in-person application by November 30, 2022.



How to prove the purchase of heating materials




If the household has a proof of purchase (such as an invoice or a receipt) that shows the date, amount, and type of heating materials purchased, they can upload it to the online application form or present it to the local government office. The proof of purchase must be issued by a registered seller of heating materials and must contain the following information:



Information


Example


Name and address of the seller


Wood Pellets Ltd., Riga, Brivibas Street 123


Name and address of the buyer


John Smith, Riga, Miera Street 45


Date of purchase


15.02.2022


Type of heating materials


Wood pellets


Amount of heating materials


5 tons


Price of heating materials


250 euros


VAT (if applicable)


21%


Total amount paid


302.50 euros


If the household does not have a proof of purchase (such as an invoice or a receipt) or has lost it, they can still apply for the subsidy by filling out a declaration form that states the following information:



  • The type and amount of heating materials purchased;



  • The approximate date of purchase;



  • The name and address of the seller (if known);



  • The reason why the proof of purchase is not available.



The declaration form must be signed by the applicant and submitted along with the application form. The declaration form can be downloaded from the website of the Ministry of Welfare or obtained from the local government office.


How to apply for pabalsts apkurei 60 eiro?




Pabalsts apkurei 60 eiro can be applied for online or in person. The application period is from September 1, 2022 to November 30, 2022. The application form can be found on the website of the Ministry of Welfare or on the portal of public services epakalpojumi.lv. The application form must be filled out with the following information:


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  • The name, surname, personal identity number, and address of the applicant;



  • The type and number of heating systems used by the household;



  • The type and amount of heating materials purchased by the household;



  • The proof of purchase (if available) or the declaration form (if not available);



  • The bank account number where the subsidy will be transferred.



The online application can be submitted by logging in to epakalpojumi.lv with a secure electronic signature or an eID card. The online application can be tracked and edited until November 30, 2022. The online application is free of charge.


The in-person application can be submitted by visiting the local government office where the applicant is registered. The in-person application must be accompanied by a copy of the applicant's identity document and the original proof of purchase (if available) or the declaration form (if not available). The in-person application may incur a service fee depending on the local government.


What are the benefits of pabalsts apkurei 60 eiro?




Pabalsts apkurei 60 eiro is a beneficial scheme that aims to help households reduce their heating costs and their environmental impact. Here are some of the benefits of pabalsts apkurei 60 eiro:


Savings on heating costs and lower carbon footprint




Pabalsts apkurei 60 eiro can help households save up to 10% on their annual heating costs. This can make a significant difference for low-income families who spend more than 10% of their income on heating. Moreover, pabalsts apkurei 60 eiro can encourage households to switch to more sustainable sources of heating, such as firewood, wood pellets, or briquettes, which have lower carbon emissions than fossil fuels. According to a study by the Latvian Environmental Investment Fund, using wood pellets instead of natural gas can reduce CO2 emissions by 90%. Therefore, pabalsts apkurei 60 eiro can contribute to Latvia's goal of achieving climate neutrality by 2050.


Support for vulnerable groups and rural areas




Pabalsts apkurei 60 eiro is designed to support the most vulnerable groups and rural areas in Latvia, who are more likely to use firewood, wood pellets, or briquettes for heating. According to the Central Statistical Bureau of Latvia, 41% of households in rural areas use solid fuels for heating, compared to 16% in urban areas. Moreover, 28% of households in rural areas are at risk of poverty or social exclusion, compared to 19% in urban areas. Therefore, pabalsts apkurei 60 eiro can provide some relief and support for these households, especially during the winter months.


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