Energy efficiency: from ENEA the '2015 Guide' on new ecobonus and deadlines for companies and public administrations All the news on ecobonus of 65%, but also the deadlines and legal obligations that start this year for families, businesses and public administrations in terms of energy efficiency in the ENEA Guide. All the news on the 65% ecobonus, but also the deadlines and legal obligations that this year take for families, businesses and public administrations in terms of energy efficiency are gathered and explained in the '2015 Efficiency Guide' , created by ENEA (attached below). On the site efficiencyenergetica.acs.enea.it of the Ente, realized by ENEA in collaboration with the MiSE, information on ecobonus and telephone numbers are also available to request indications on incentives renewed by the Government for the current year. The main innovations in terms of efficiency for 2015 concern the extension of incentives in the form of deductions of 65% introduced by the Stability Law and the implementation of the provisions of Legislative Decree 102/2014. Among these, in particular, the preparation, in collaboration with ENEA, of an intervention program to improve the energy performance of buildings in the central PA and the obligation to diagnose energy for large companies by the end of 2015.
As for the ecobonus, from this year also apply for the purchase and installation of solar shading, or for the costs incurred in the next 12 months up to a maximum value of 60,000 euros; Expenses for external blinds, blackout blinds, sun protection devices in combination with glazing, and in general shielding will be deductible.
In addition, the 65% ecobonus has been extended to the costs for the purchase and installation of winter air conditioning systems equipped with heat generators powered by combustible biomass. Expenses must be incurred in the next 12 months up to a maximum value of the deduction of 30 thousand euros.
The stability law also renews the 50% deduction for renovations and 65% for energy efficiency measures. The extension is also confirmed for energy efficiency measures that affect the common parts of the condominium buildings. These will also benefit from the increased subsidy to 65% until December 31, 2015.
For energy redevelopment interventions, the maximum deductible expense ceilings remain unchanged; € 153.846 for energy redevelopment; € 92,307.69 for interventions on the casing and for the installation of solar panels and € 46,153.85 for the replacement of winter air conditioning systems.
For the whole of 2015, the deduction foreseen for the expenditures destined to earthquake and safety measures will remain at 65%