Today’s EU4Energy High Level Policy Talks bring together Moldovan and Ukrainian stakeholders to discuss the path towards further electricity market integration between the two countries in line with the EU energy acquis.
The European Investment Bank approved a total of EUR 12.6 billion of new financing for 83 projects located across Europe, Asia, Latin America and Africa. This represents a record level of new support ever agreed at a monthly meeting of the EIB Board of Directors.
An EU funded study, realized with the support and active engagement of the Energy Community Secretariat, has confirmed the financial viability of the south gas interconnector between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia.
Today, the EU Member States agreed on a Commission proposal to invest €48.4 million in several key European energy infrastructure projects. The EU funding comes from the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF), the European support programme for trans-European infrastructure, and in particular from its energy window (CEF-Energy).
Today’s discussions focused on energy infrastructure, innovation and transitions as important means of promoting transparent, open and secure energy markets.
The Madrid Forum was set up to discuss issues regarding the creation of the internal gas market. Currently it is addressing the implementation of the network codes and the cross-border trade of gas, in particular the allocation and management of scarce interconnection capacity and other technical and commercial barriers to the creation of a fully operational internal gas market.