- 08 november 2022
- Tähtaja mudel
Cross-border RES projects shall promote cross-border cooperation between Member States in the field of planning, development and the cost-effective exploitation of renewable energy sources, as well as facilitate their integration through energy storage facilities and with the aim of contributing to the Union’s long term decarbonisation strategy, completing the internal energy market and enhancing the security of supply.
On 8 November, CINEA has launched the call for Works and Studies for cross-border renewable energy (CB RES) projects.
'Works' include the purchase, supply and deployment of components, systems and services including software, development, construction and installation activities relating to a CB RES project, the acceptance of installations and the launching of a CB RES project.
'Studies' include activities needed to prepare cross-border RES project implementation, such as preparatory, mapping, feasibility, evaluation, testing and validation studies, including in the form of software, and any other technical support measure, including prior action to define and develop a cross-border RES project and decide on its financing, such as exploration of the sites concerned and preparation of the financial package. A study could cover in-depth investigation and exploration of the risk factors of a project e.g. safety, technical, environmental, regulatory, economic or legal issues to determine whether and how the project should be implemented.
Further information and material
CINEA organised an info day on 17 November.
The recording of the event is available here.
Please find the presentations of the discussion below:
- Policy context
- Writing a successful proposal
- Participant Portal
- Model Grant Agreement