The European Energy Programme for Recovery (EEPR) was established in 2009 to address both Europe's economic crisis and European energy policy objectives. Almost €4 billion were assigned to co-finance EU energy projects that would boost the economic recovery, increase the security of energy supply and contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. The three sectors meeting these conditions were gas and electricity infrastructure, offshore wind energy and carbon capture and storage projects.

59 energy projects received funding: 44 gas and electricity infrastructure projects, 9 offshore wind projects and 6 carbon capture and storage projects.

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European Energy Programme for Recovery

Austria

Gas interconnections

Electricity interconnections

Belgium

Gas interconnections

Offshore Wind Energy

Bulgaria

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Cyprus

Gas interconnections

Czech Republic

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Denmark

Gas interconnections

Offshore Wind Energy

Estonia

Electricity interconnections

Finland

Electricity interconnections

France

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Electricity interconnections

Germany

Gas interconnections

Offshore Wind Energy

Carbon Capture and Storage

Electricity interconnections

Greece

Gas interconnections

Hungary

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Electricity interconnections

Ireland

Electricity interconnections

Italy

Gas interconnections

Carbon Capture and Storage

Electricity interconnections

Latvia

Gas interconnections

Electricity interconnections

Lithuania

Gas interconnections

Electricity interconnections

Luxembourg

Malta

Electricity interconnections

Netherland

Offshore Wind Energy

Carbon Capture and Storage

Poland

Gas interconnections

Carbon Capture and Storage

Portugal

Gas interconnections

Electricity interconnections

Romania

Gas interconnections

Slovakia

Gas interconnections

Slovenia

Gas interconnections

Spain

Gas interconnections

Carbon Capture and Storage

Electricity interconnections

Sweden

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Turkey

Gas interconnections

United Kingdom

Offshore Wind Energy

Carbon Capture and Storage

Electricity interconnections