Upon completion of the first energy inspection and the issuance of the relevant certificate (1st EPC), the recipient and the energy inspector select together the interventions to be included in the application and entered in the Proposed Interventions Form.
On the basis of the above-mentioned proposed interventions, the recipient requests offers from respective Suppliers-Contractors. It is noted that the submission of offers to the bank is not obligatory. The eligible cost is set based on the citizen’s application (Annex VII ). In case of differences between offers submitted and costs recorded in the tables of Annex VII , the amounts recorded in the Annex are taken into account.
The above offers must provide detailed information on the following:
- the type;
- the quantity;
- the measurement unit;
- the unit price of materials and works; and
- the total cost per specific subcategory of intervention.
In the case of a block of flats, offers must be distinguished between offers for shared interventions and offers for non-shared interventions; as regards non-shared interventions, a separate offer must be submitted for each apartment.
Where technically possible, offers must be only from one supplier/contractor per category of expenditure.
An offer must indicate, in the form of a separate figure, the cost of the social security contributions to be borne by the recipient involved, according to existing legislation on non-sheltered professions.
In drafting offers, Suppliers/Contractors must also take into account:
- the specifications and technical and energy characteristics of structural components and systems required for calculating the energy result and verifying that the program requirements, as described by the energy inspector, are met;
- the maximum limits of eligible expenditures per specific intervention (subcategory of intervention), as set in the Program.