In the context of the European Green Deal and REPowerEU, EU Member States have given the green light to a Commission proposal to invest € 602 million of EU funds in developing cross-border energy infrastructure projects that contribute to the development of the TEN-E networks.
From a total of 24 submitted proposals requesting over EUR 2.3 billion out of the EUR 800 million available for the development of energy infrastructure, eight projects have been selected to receive a grant under the Connecting Europe Facility for Energy programme.
The selected projects cover both works (4) and studies (4) in the fields of electricity, gas, CO2 and smart grids; involve 10 different countries; and will be funded globally with over EUR 600 million.
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- Publication date
- 8 December 2022
- European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency