Regional programme Bourgogne 2014-2020

France

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Programme description

Main objectives

The ERDF-ESF Programme of Bourgogne aims to boost economic growth, create jobs, improve productivity of SMEs and contributes to achieving the Europe 2020 targets for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth. SMEs will become more competitive, the number of households connected to high speed internet is expected to increase by up to 50%. More energy efficiency in households and better adaptation to climate change - 26% of the ERDF budget – are also objectives the programme as well as urban development - more than 16% of the ERDF budget. ESF will be used to get more jobseekers into work after a training programme. 

Funding priorities

The Programme will focus on following main priorities:

  • Increase research and innovation in RIS3 (smart specialisation strategy) sectors
  • Strengthen very high speed network deployment and access to ICTs for SMEs, health services and education
  • Improve the survival of SMEs and their competitiveness
  • Enhance renewable energy production, energy efficiency in housing and tertiary buildings and sustainable multimodal mobility
  • Preserve biodiversity
  • Increase of brownfields' depollution
  • Sustainable urban development
  • Promote sustainable and quality jobs and support labour forces: The qualifications and skills of jobseekers will be increased to better match the needs of businesses, with a focus on marginalised groups. Although the region provides good access to training for jobseekers in general, it will develop specific measures for older jobseekers. It will also target NEETs – those not in education, employment or training – through personalised support and stronger partnerships with organisations that support poorly-qualified young people in overcoming barriers to work.
  • Invest in education, training and professional training to acquire skills and develop lifelong learning: Lifelong learning will be enhanced by orienting career guidance services towards training likely to lead to jobs. The region will pool the resources of the various organisations that provide career guidance so that they offer a wider range of professional training. And it will also create a service that provides more transparent, professional information about the training options available and how they relate to job opportunities.

Expected impacts

  • Increase in the number of licences from 44 to 122 per year 15% from 2010 to 2020
  • Increase in the rate of enterprises' survival by 3%
  • Increase up to 50% in the number of households connected to very high speed network outside areas managed by private operators
  • Reduce GHG emissions by 6300 teq CO2
  • Increase in the production of renewable energies with additional 15 MW
  • increase in the energy efficiency in housing for the benefit of 2800 households
  • Increase in the surface of depolluted brownfields by an additional 5 ha
  • increase in the biotopes in a better condition with 6800 additional square km
  • Increase in the number of unemployed people receiving a job after a training programme (+9600)

Programme text

Programme Opérationnel FEDER-FSE Bourgogne 2014- 2020

Regions

  • France
    • Bourgogne

Funds

  • Regional Development Fund (ERDF): 183,532,126.00 €
  • European Social Fund (ESF): 40,197,874.00 €

Thematic priorities

  • TA - Technical Assistance
  • TO1 - Research and innovation
  • TO10 - Education and training
  • TO2 - Information and communication technologies
  • TO3 - SMEs competitiveness
  • TO4 - Low-carbon economy
  • TO6 - Environment and resource efficiency

Financial information

Total OP budget: 593,956,574.00 €

Total EU contribution: 223,730,000.00 €

CCI number: 2014FR16M2OP002