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Call for proposals to aid economic recovery by granting Community financial assistance to projects in the field of energy

The European Commission, Directorate-General for Energy and Transport, is hereby launching a call for proposals in order to award grant(s) to projects in the field of energy, in the context of the European Energy Programme for Recovery (EEPR Regulation).

The closing date for submission of proposals is 15 July 2009.

Gas and Electricity Infrastructure (interconnections) projects

Budget: EUR 2,365 million

Référence: TREN/C1 – EEPR – Infrastructures

Information and Assistance (before 1 July 2009 midnight): mailbox closed

Submission Form rtf - 6 MB [6 MB]

  • FAQ pdf - 56 KB [56 KB]  (last update 08/07/2009)

If you see an earlier "Last update" in the FAQ document please delete the "Temporary Internet Files" of your browser

Offshore Wind Energy (OWE) projects

Budget: EUR 565 million

Référence: TREN/D2 – EEPR – offshore wind

Information and Assistance (before 1 July 2009 midnight): mailbox closed

Grant application form msw8 - 174 KB [174 KB]

  • FAQ pdf - 69 KB [69 KB]  (last update 13/07/2009)

If you see an earlier "Last update" in the FAQ document please delete the "Temporary Internet Files" of your browser

Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) projects

Budget: EUR 1,050 million

Référence: TREN/C3 – EEPR – CCS

Information and Assistance (before 1 July 2009 midnight): mailbox closed

Grant application form msw8 - 181 KB [181 KB]

  • FAQ pdf - 79 KB [79 KB]  (last update 08/07/2009)

If you see an earlier "Last update" in the FAQ document please delete the "Temporary Internet Files" of your browser  

Information and Assistance

All interested parties can address complementary request for information on this call for proposals to the Commission before 1 July 2009 midnight to the specific mail boxes (now closed).

A frequently asked questions document ("FAQ") will be published and updated on a regular basis with the questions and answers of general relevance addressed to Commission services about this call for proposals.

  • Günther Oettinger
  • Director-General for Energy - Dominique Ristori
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