Some investments are particularly focused on the environment. This often concerns investments related to energy performance or to the use of renewable energies. However, it may also concern efforts focusing on the more harmonious integration of the activity in the urban fabric, investments going beyond European environmental standards, the adoption of sustainable modes of transport, even an integrated eco-production approach.
All these expenses are obviously general expenses, but would benefit from being considered "environmental" since the intervention rate is always higher. Therefore, it is often a good idea to assess how the expenditure can be best subsidised.
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