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Press Release: Deggendorf joins the WiFi4EU family

“We are so lucky to have won this WiFi4EU voucher, it fits our connectivity plans and comes just on time!”. Sandro Pfeiffer, Advisor to the Deggendorf Mayor, explained to INEA that the voucher will be used to provide free Wi-Fi to citizens around a park that runs along the Danube and that the timing is perfect.

Press Release: EU reinforces commitment to connected and cooperative road mobility

Digital technology that lets vehicles “talk” to each other and to the infrastructure (Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems, C-ITS) is key in moving towards a smart road transport sector. The European Commission, the Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA) and members of the C-ROADS platform met today in Eindhoven (The Netherlands), on the occasion of the ITS European Congress, to reinforce their commitment towards the deployment of C-ITS in Europe.

Press Release: EU funding is supporting better electricity interconnections in the Baltic region

The first CEF Energy grants were signed by the Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA) in 2015 and some of the construction works are complete or close to completion. They will significantly help improve the security of supply and the integration of the Baltic States’ electricity network into the Central European Network (CEN), including their synchronous operation. 

Press Release: Pipeline installation of the offshore section of Balticconnector is on track

The Balticconnector is the name of an EU Project of Common Interest (PCI), the first gas interconnector between Finland and Estonia, aiming to end the long lasting gas isolation of Finland and to help boosting the security of supply and bringing an economic lift to the region. The project comprises the construction of pipeline systems, stations and facilities throughout Finland and Estonia.

Press Release: CEF Telecom – €41 million EU investment to connect Europe digitally

83 projects in the areas of Cyber Security, eHealth, eProcurement, Online Dispute Resolution, e-Justice and Public Open Data 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 all EU Member States and Switzerland.

Press Release: €166 million awarded to H2020 transport projects

INEA has signed grant agreements with 29 new projects selected for funding under the 2018 two-stage Mobility for Growth calls. They will receive a total of approximately €166 million.

The successful projects will demonstrate innovative solutions towards low-carbon and sustainable transport. They will also contribute significantly to safe and resilient transport systems, and to increasing the competitiveness of the European transport sector overall.

All of the projects will start their activities by the end of the year.

Press Release: What role for energy infrastructure in the European long-term vision for a climate neutral economy?

The annual Energy Infrastructure Forum takes place today and tomorrow in Copenhagen. The forum is a platform for exchange of views between policy-makers and stakeholders and was set up as part of the Energy Union strategy. Its aim is to remove technical and regulatory barriers to energy flowing freely across the EU, and discuss major issues relating to infrastructure and EU energy policy.

Press Release: Groundbreaking ceremony for a new electricity transmission line in Bulgaria thanks to EU supported project

The works of a new 130 km electricity line connecting the energy complex of Maritsa East and the city of Burgas on the territory of Bulgaria, supported by the EU’s Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) programme, were started today. The new line will reinforce the Bulgarian electricity network and enhance the security of supply to households in the region.

Press Release: CEF Telecom – €41 million EU investment to connect Europe digitally

83 projects in the areas of Cyber Security, eHealth, eProcurement, Online Dispute Resolution, e-Justice and Public Open Data 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 all EU Member States and Switzerland.

Press Release: €114 million available for Horizon 2020 energy projects

You can now apply for funding for your project developing renewable energy solutions and working to enable near-zero emissions from fossil fuel power plants and carbon intensive industries.

Starting today, EU funding of €114 million in total is available to help you carry out a project in these areas.

Press Release: CEF Telecom – €41 million EU investment to connect Europe digitally

83 projects in the areas of Cyber Security, eHealth, eProcurement, Online Dispute Resolution, e-Justice and Public Open Data 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 all EU Member States and Switzerland.

Press Release: Horizon 2020: Nearly €500 million requested for next-generation batteries

INEA has received 82 project proposals by 25 April deadline of the Building a Low-Carbon, Climate Resilient Future: Next-Generation Batteries call for proposals. The total available budget is €114 million. According to estimates, around 18 projects may be funded through these funds (indicative).

Press Release: 69 project proposals submitted under the 2019 CEF Transport calls

INEA has received 69 project proposals requesting over €256.5 million co-funding by today’s 17:00 deadline of the 2019 CEF Transport calls. Evaluation of the proposals will start in May, and the grant agreements with the successful applicants will be prepared as of October 2019.

Press Release: Preliminary results of the 2nd WiFi4EU are published

The second WiFi4EU call for applications took place from 4 – 5 April 2019. More than 10,000 municipalities across Europe have applied for a € 15,000 voucher.
With a call budget of EUR 51 million, the Commission will distribute 3,400 vouchers across European municipalities to set up a free Wi-Fi network in public spaces.

Press release: Troyan – first WiFi4EU municipality in the spotlight

Troyan is among the 113 Bulgarian municipalities to receive a voucher under the  WiFi4EU programme, which enjoys success across the country thanks to the Bulgarian Ministry of Transport, Information Technology and Communications.

The €15,000 WiFi4EU voucher received will be used to deliver high-speed connectivity, expanded network coverage, and new e-services.

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