Alpine Space

Territorial co-operation

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Programme description

Main objectives

The Alpine Space is composed of territories with contrasted demographic, social and economic trends and a great cultural and linguistic diversity. This diversity goes along with a great variety of governance systems and traditions. Both the common specificities of the Alpine Space and its variety and diversity call for cooperation. The Programme aims to boost research, technological development and innovation; contribute to support the shift towards a low-carbon economy in all sectors; protect the environment and promote resource efficiency ; enhance institutional capacity and an efficient public administration

Funding priorities

The Programme will focus on four main priorities:

  • Innovative Alpine Space
  • Low Carbon Alpine Space
  • Liveable Alpine Space
  • Well-Governed Alpine Space

Expected impacts

  • Number of enterprises cooperating with research institutions (1000 in 2023)
  • Increase by 1% the level of potential to access and use low carbon mobility and transport options.
  • Increase between 1,0 – 3,0% the level of sustainable valorisation of cultural and natural heritage of the Alpine Space.

Regions

  • Austria
  • France
    • Alsace
    • Franche-Comté
    • Rhône-Alpes
    • Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur
  • Germany
    • Freiburg
    • Tübingen
    • Oberbayern
    • Schwaben
  • Italy
    • NORD OVEST
    • Piemonte
    • Valle D'Aosta
    • Liguria
    • Lombardia
    • Provincia Autonoma di Bolzano
    • Veneto
    • Friuli-Venezia Giulia
  • Slovenia

Funds

  • Regional Development Fund (ERDF): 116,635,466.00 €

Thematic priorities

  • TA - Technical Assistance
  • TO1 - Research and innovation
  • TO11 - Better public administration
  • TO4 - Low-carbon economy
  • TO6 - Environment and resource efficiency

Financial information

Total OP budget: 139,751,456.00 €

Total EU contribution: 116,635,466.00 €

CCI number: 2014TC16RFTN001