SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, Aug. 7 (EUROPA PRESS) –
The Ministry of Public Works, Housing and Mobility of the Government of the Canary Islands, through the Canary Islands Housing Institute (ICAVI), has awarded a total of 341,250.3 euros for the drafting of the project and work directions for energy rehabilitation and improvements to accessibility in four groups of publicly promoted subsidized housing in Gran Canaria and Tenerife.
This action is financed, on the one hand, by the Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda (MITMA), through the European Next Generation funds corresponding to the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan; and, on the other, by own funds of the Autonomous Community, corresponding to the Housing Plan of the Canary Islands 2020-2025. In this first period, it will be carried out in publicly owned properties in the municipalities of San Mateo, Firgas, Moya and San Cristóbal de La Laguna.
In this sense, the project plans to carry out actions aimed at obtaining a reduction of at least 60% of the consumption of non-renewable primary energy. For this, the installation of SATE (External Thermal Insulation System), roof insulation, aerothermal energy, solar panels to support the ACS (Sanitary Hot Water) system, change of carpentry and improvement of accessibility of the houses.
These actions are the first to be carried out within those incorporated into the ‘Aid program for rehabilitation actions at the neighborhood level’, which are included in RD 853/2021, of October 5, and which will allow this initiative to be carried out in a total of 28 groups of houses. The drafting project has been awarded to the companies José Tomás Millán Rodríguez, Argenia Ingeniería y Arquitectura, SL, Henríquez Sánchez Ingeniería y Arquitectura, SLP and Centro de Estudios de Materiales y Control de Obra, SA (CEMOSA).