Baltic Energy Efficiency Network for the Building Stock


Programme for the Modernisation of Multi-family Buildings

Based on the provisions of the National Energy Strategy and by implementing the Lithuanian Housing Strategy and measures for the implementation of the Lithuanian Housing Strategy for 2004–2006, the Government adopted the Programme for the Modernisation of Multi-family Buildings, which started in 2005. (Read here full text in Lithuanian).

Its principal aim is to help the owners of flats in multi-family buildings to modernise their housing stock and to increase efficiency of energy use, to reduce heating expenses and ensure favourable conditions for low income residents to modernise their apartments in prefabricated buildings.

The aims of the programme are:

Participants in the programme:

More about the implementation of the Programme for the Modernisation of Multi-family Buildings you find here.

Financing Scheme

State support depends on implemented energy efficiency measures (15%-30%-50%), families with low income are also supported by the state.


The BEEN project is part-financed by the European Union (EU). Lead partner is the Berlin Government, Senate Department for Urban Development, Germany. The project is organized by the project coordinator:

- Housing Initiative for Eastern Europe (IWO) e.V.
- Initiative Wohnungswirtschaft Osteuropa (IWO) e.V.
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10117 Berlin, Deutschland

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