Energy Rehabilitation

The perfect solution for your community of residents: more thermal comfort, more savings and with renewable energy.

 
  • We design a tailor-made solution for all the residents: no noise and no nuisance

  • We manage the available subsidies And we advance the pre-awarded grant!

  • You will increase the value of your home by 20% to 30%

Discover the advantages of this comprehensive solution

Your home will consume much less energy, this way taking care of the planet and your wallet.

 

With a more efficient home, reduce your energy bills - and save!

Achieve greater thermal comfort, while using less energy

Increase the value of your home by 20%-30%

Say goodbye to gas! And minimise your electricity consumption

Reduce your CO2 emissions, go for renewable energy

Improve your energy rating

What does it include?

Why with Iberdrola?

We help you to bring your community of residents to its best version.

We take care of the managing the subsidy

As a rehabilitation agent, we advise you, process the grant and advance the subsidy once it has been granted.

Tax deduction for energy rehabilitation works

-60%

-18.800

Maximum grant (per home) from NextGeneration funds *

The amount of the subsidies is exempt from taxation

+0 %

-18.800

Maximum grant (per home) from NextGeneration funds *

-60%

Tax deduction for energy rehabilitation works

+0 %

The amount of the subsidies is exempt from taxation

*The limit of the subsidies to be applied for is €18,800 per home or 80% of the total amount of the property. Subject to the availability of funds in each of the autonomous communities.

How much could it cost me?

Each community of residents is unique and requires a customised study. Contact us and start saving!

Example of refurbishment in a building built in 1976

Price per home (incl. VAT)

23.262

With NextGeneration grant

Price per home from*

47€/month

in 10 years (€4,400 in total)

And you will save around €70 per month in energy costs!

Actions needed to use more than 60% renewable energy:

For a building with a flat roof and a central gas boiler for heating and DHW

  • check External insulation with SATE system
  • check Roof insulation
  • checkThermal installation of the building. Aerothermal heat pump for both heating and DHW
  • check Solar installation for electricity production using photovoltaic panels

Example of rehabilitation in the 1976 building.

Budget simulation for a building of 118 homes, built in 1976 in the community of Madrid.

With NextGeneration grant

Amount to be paid by the association*

578.917

And you will save around €70 per month in energy costs!

Actions needed to use more than 60% renewable energy:

In a building with a flat roof and a collective gas boiler for heating and hot water.

  • checkExternal insulation with SATE system
  • checkRoof insulation
  • checkThermal installation of the building. Aerothermal heat pump for both heating and DHW
  • checkSolar installation for electricity production using photovoltaic panels

*Examples of an indicative quotation for a building with 118 homes, built in 1976 in the Community of Madrid. Includes: VAT (21%). Instead of VAT, IGIC (7%) will be applied in the Canary Islands and IPSI (1%) will be applied in Ceuta and Melilla. Subject to the availability of funds in each of the autonomous communities. If your home does not match these parameters, contact us without obligation for a customised study for your home.

Any questions?

Here are some of the most frequently asked questions

¿Qué es?

Benefits such as elimination of dependence on fossil fuels, a 100% electric solution, energy savings from day one, improved thermal comfort and total self-consumption.

Yes, as the energy produced can be used to reduce the consumption of the Aerothermal energy system and the rest of the communal areas, thus reducing the energy needs from the grid.

Yes, property appreciation is estimated to increase by 25% after energy rehabilitation.

Regardless of the construction company selected to carry out the work, the contract will always be signed with Iberdrola, which will provide the guarantees and ensure a seamless final result.

The maintenance contract is signed with Iberdrola for the first year. After this period, the property owners association can either renew the contract or sign a new one with the company of its choice.

You can set up “off-grid” self-consumption installations, but this does not usually make economic or environmental sense where a grid connection is already available. An “off-grid” installation requires not only a greater number of panels, but also the installation of sufficient batteries to store the energy you will consume overnight. All of this makes an “off-grid” installation considerably more expensive than an installation connected to the grid.

Yes, say goodbye to gas for good!

Subsidy and payment

By assuming the role of rehabilitation agent, Iberdrola manages and ensures its collection, eliminating any risk to the Property Owners Association (hereinafter CCPP) of possible variations. In addition, should the CCPP decide to finance the work, it will only have to finance the amount that is not eligible instead of the full amount, which means paying substantially less interest.

No, the CCPP will have to pay the amount that is not eligible when the Administration confirms the pre-awarding of the subsidy and therefore the works can start.

Generally three months from application, although it can take up to five months.

No. If the Administration grants a lower subsidy percentage than the one specified in the offer, Iberdrola must inform the CCPP, offering the CCPP the possibility to stop or continue with the Rehabilitation. Should the CCPP wish to proceed, it will do so under the new parameters of the subsidy awarded; otherwise, the commitment is considered to be terminated without incurring any costs for the CCPP.

No. If, once the work has been carried out, the Administration informs Iberdrola that the work does not comply with the project drawn up and therefore does not recognise the percentage of the grant initially awarded, Iberdrola assumes the difference. In other words, the CCPP will not be affected by this variation in the amount finally paid.

Yes, we collaborate with most financial institutions and would make available to the CCPP the one that best fits their requirements.

If, once the project is completed, the project shows that the initial quotation deviates by more than the 10% reflected in the offer, Iberdrola will not pass on the cost, offering the CCPP the possibility to stop or continue with the rehabilitation. If it wishes to proceed, the CCPP will pay the new adjusted financial proposal.

The CCPP will have to pay the cost of the project and other expenses that may have been incurred so far.

Installation

The possibilities are: SATE system, ventilated façade or blown cavity insulation. Once the needs of the building have been assessed, and with the approval of the CCPP, the most suitable solution will be implemented, provided that it meets the maximum requirements for obtaining the subsidy.

All equipment is guaranteed for a minimum of 3 years.

No, all the actions to be carried out are on the outside (façade) and common areas (change of boiler for Aerothermy and roof for solar panels).

The equipment is usually small in size, being installed either on the roof of the building (if feasible) or in the existing boiler room (if ventilation permits). The final location will be defined at the design stage.

No. The equipment operates at low noise levels, so it will not affect the well-being of any of the building's owners/tenants. A detailed analysis of this impact will be carried out during the project phase.

No, it is not necessary to change the heat emitters. Although it is true that the performance of the machines varies depending on them, our proposal is always to maintain the emitters in the homes, as Iberdrola guarantees to maintain the feeling of comfort by insulating the entire envelope.

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