As in previous years, the My Current programme is aimed at individuals generating energy for their own consumption. The prerequisite is a signed comprehensive agreement. The money is only available for the purchase and installation of a new installation, with a capacity between 2 and 10 kW. Support is not available for extensions or conversions of existing PV systems (by extension is meant both an increase in the number of modules and the connection of another installation to a given PPE with a separate inverter).
The subsidy will therefore only be available to those who install and declare a PV installation after 01.04.2022, or those who switch from a discount system to net-billing.
It is worth noting that the My Current 4.0 grant is not only available to those who have not yet applied in previous calls, but also to those who have already benefited from a micro-installation grant (e.g. from My Current).
From the documents of the My Current 2022 programme, made available by the government and NFOŚiGW, it is already known that in the My Current 4.0 call:
Eligible costs incurred between 01.02.2020 and 31.12.2023 are supported.
Funding for additional elements – i.e. energy storage and management systems – is only available once a micro-installation has been submitted for funding.
The funds received from My Current are exempt from PIT.
The subsidy is granted for projects already completed before the subsidy application is submitted.
The equipment to be installed must be new, i.e. manufactured within 24 months prior to installation.
Proof of net-billing will be required.
Funding is awarded once per comprehensive agreement (exceptions include, of course, those from the previous My Current edition who are eligible for support).
From the documents of the My Current 2022 programme, made available by the government and the National Environmental Protection and Water Management Authority, it is already known that in the My Current 4.0 call:
It is already known that the amount of the My Current 2022 grant will be closely linked to the purchase of additional solutions. In other words, more money will be given to those who decide to install, for example, photovoltaics with energy storage. How much specifically will you be able to get from My Current 2022?
Under the new rules, those who have not yet benefited from any subsidy for this particular PV installation are entitled to the following amounts:
The maximum total subsidy for those who have not benefited from another form of subsidy cannot exceed PLN 20,500 per project.