CEEB declaration – how to complete the online form? Deadline June 30 – then fines up to PLN 5,000




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You risk a heavy fine if you do not make the CEEB declaration within the prescribed deadlines


CEEB declaration – how to apply online? An instructional video in our article. Don’t miss the deadline or you will pay a hefty fine. Filing a CEEB declaration is an important obligation for building owners and managers. It should be recalled that the declarations are submitted to the central building emissions register system from July 1, 2021. Until May 25, there were 3,778,164 notifications in the CEEB registers. You haven’t yet declared what you use to heat the house? You can pay a fine of up to PLN 5,000.

As of May 25, the CEEB had received nearly 3,778,164 million declarations, out of around 5 million buildings that should be included in the tax base. Probably on increased interest in CEEB statements a shielding allowance has been received, which is to cover electricity and food costs due to rising prices. This is because the terms and conditions state that the heat source must be declared to the CEEB to benefit from a higher casing allowance.

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Contents

  1. Who must file the CEEB declaration?
  2. Until when can CEEB declarations be submitted?
  3. CEEB declaration – how and where to submit it?
  4. CEEB declaration – how to submit online?
  5. What is the penalty for not submitting the CEEB declaration on time?
  6. Which heat sources do Poles report in the CEEB declarations?
  7. More and more heat pumps in CEEB declarations

Who must file the CEEB declaration?

The regulations concerning the CEEB were formulated and defined in chapter 5a of the law of 21 November 2008 on aid for modernization and thermal renovation and on the central register of the emissivity of buildings (Journal des lois 2021, article 554).

Each owner or manager of a building or premises is required to file a declaration. Everyone is required to file a declaration with the Central Building Emissions Register (CEEB) on the heat sources used and the combustion of fuels. The list of heat sources applies to residential and non-residential houses as well as buildings with installed heat sources or fuel combustion with a capacity of up to 1 MW.

Declarations to the CEEB must also be made by the owners of holiday homes, if heat sources are installed there, for example fireplaces. In this case, complete Form “B” for non-residential buildings. For residential buildings, complete form “A”.

Learn more about Central Building Emissivity Register (CEEB)

Until when can CEEB declarations be submitted?

We have time to file a statement until June 30, 2022. It applies to heat sources that were in operation before July 1, 2021.

If a new heat source has been installed and put into operation in the house after July 1, 2021, the notification must be made within 14 days.

CEEB declaration – how and where to submit it?

  1. Electronically via the CEEB ICT system HERE.
  2. On paper at the Town Hall.

CEEB declaration – how to submit online?


What is the penalty for not submitting the CEEB declaration on time?

If you do not submit the statement to the CEEB archive within the prescribed period, i.e. before June 30, 2022, you may be fined up to 500 PLN, and if the matter is taken to court, it can be up to PLN 5,000. zloty.

Which heat sources do Poles report in the CEEB declarations?

The analysis of the filed declarations shows that the Poles most often use solid fuel boilers (coal, wood, pellets or other types of biomass) for heating. As of May 25, 2022, the following heat sources have been reported:

  • Gas boiler / gas boiler / flow water heater / gas fireplace: 1,225,763
  • Solid fuel boiler (coal, wood, pellets or other type of biomass) with automatic fuel supply / with feeder: 670,073
  • Solid fuel boiler (coal, wood, pellets or other type of biomass) with manual fuel supply/charging: 1,411,556
  • Oil-fired boiler: 46901
  • Solar collectors for domestic hot water or with auxiliary heating function: 199,030
  • Chimney / Goat / Air heater for solid fuel (wood, pellets or other type of biomass, coal): 522,345
  • District heating network / system heating / local district heating network: 157,791
  • Electric heating / electric boiler: 540,020
  • Tiled stove with solid fuel (coal, wood, pellets or other type of biomass): 261,856
  • Heat pump: 114,335
  • Stove / Stove / Charcoal Stove: 318 220

More and more heat pumps in CEEB declarations

Poles reported 114,335,000 as of May 25, 2022. heat pumps and 199,030 miles. solar collectors.


CEEB statement

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Types and number of heat sources declared as of March 16, 2022 in the CEEB declarations
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