The 2019 CEF Energy call virtual Info Day will take place on Tuesday 9 April 2019 and will cover the priorities of the 2019 CEF Energy Call open since 20 March 2019.
A grant agreement releasing €323 million of EU funding from the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) to carry out phase 1 of the synchronisation of the Baltic States’ electricity network with the Continental European Network (CEN) was officially signed this week.
“Europe for Aviation” was the theme around which European aviation organisations working to implement the Single European Sky (SES) gathered at this year’s World ATM Congress, from 12 to 14 March in Madrid, Spain.
17 projects in the areas of Automated Translation, eDelivery and eInvoicing have been selected to receive co-funding by the European Union. The funding comes from the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) programme in the telecommunications sector. The successful projects include participation of entities from 18 EU Member States plus Norway and Iceland (EEA countries).
New Frequently Asked Questions have been published on the WiFi4EU portal to provide all municipalities and installation companies with information and assistance on all aspects of the WiFi4EU calls. This new FAQ are aimed to both entities preparing for the next call (ie registration and application) and to beneficiaries which have already been awarded a voucher (technical implementation and payment questions).
INEA will organise a CEF Telecom virtual info day on Thursday 7 March 2019 between 10:00 and 13:50 to outline the six priorities of the first 2019 CEF Telecom call.
The 2019-1 Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) Telecom call for proposals has opened today. It offers co-funding to stimulate and support the deployment of European Digital Service Infrastructures (DSIs) in the areas of Automated Translation, eIdentification & eSignature, eDelivery, eInvoicing, Europeana and EU Student eCard. Up to €19.2 million is made available to meet the needs of public administrations, businesses and citizens in their cross-border activities.
On 5 February 2019, the PBN Regional Implementation and Sustained Monitoring of EGNOS Performance (PRISME) project kicked-off in Vienna.
The event will be live streamed (link to be provided at a later date). The info day will also be live-tweeted – follow #CEFTranInfo and @inea_eu.
The 2018-4 CEF Telecom eHealth call closed today 6 December with INEA receiving 23 project proposals.
The Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA) has received 20 project proposals by the 22 November deadline for the 2018-4 CEF Telecom call (with the exception of eHealth that will close on 6 December), requesting almost €5 million in total EU funding. The total available budget for the call is €7,4 milllion. Evaluation of the project proposals with the help of external experts will start in December.
The Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA) has received 19 project proposals by the 15 November deadline for the CEF Telecom 2018-5 Public Open Data call, requesting over €39 million in total EU funding. The total available budget for the call is €18.5 million. Evaluation of the project proposals with the help of external experts will start in December.
Earlier this year Commissioner Gabriel launched the #SaferInternet4EU Awards, a competition rewarding high-quality, innovative and inspiring initiatives to create a better Internet for European children. Nine finalists have been shortlisted from the many applicants, and now you can help decide the winners of the Public Vote Award.
INEA has received 22 project proposals requesting €2.3 billion co-funding by yesterday’s deadline of the 2018-2 CEF Energy call. The available call budget is maximum €500 million. Evaluation of the proposals will start in November, and the grant agreements with the successful applicants will be prepared as of February 2019.
The Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA) has received 35 project proposals by the 18 September deadline for the CEF Telecom 2018-2 call, requesting over €18 million in total EU funding. The total available budget for the call is €10.5 million. Evaluation of the project proposals with the help of external experts will start in October.
The Commission has placed cybersecurity high on the agenda in its proposals for the next long-term EU budget for the years 2021-2027, to guarantee adequate funding for this key priority. This year to complement previous European efforts on cybersecurity a proposal has been put forward to help the EU to pool resources and expertise in research and innovation, and to become a leader in the next generation of cybersecurity and digital technologies.
A new version of LEOS, the open source software for legislation drafting, is available. This second major release is a result of the feedback on the LEOS Pilot 1.0.0, currently used for multiple hands-on workshops, a pilot across the European Commission services and by other parties.
Apply for funding for your project focusing on smart cities, contributing to a smart energy system or developing renewable energy technologies and bringing them to the market. Depending on the call, the deadlines are 11/12/2018 or 05/02/2019.