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  • Cohesion Policy beyond 2020: Commission helps Europe's regions become more innovative


    The Commission is renewing the initiative 'Stairway to Excellence', to continue to provide tailored support and expertise to regions lagging behind in terms of innovation. The initiative will help regions develop, update and refine their smart specialisation strategies – that is, their...

    June IUC webinar to focus on smart and inclusive mobility


    Achieving sustainable mobility on an urban scale is not only a question of technology and infrastructural change; it also requires a shift in mindset. By facilitating alternative modes of moving around our public spaces, such as public transport, car sharing and freight rail, as well as encouraging...

    Greener and more secure electricity in Madeira thanks to EU funds


    €45 million from the Cohesion Fund is invested to upscale the production of electricity from water and wind on the island of Madeira, an autonomous region of Portugal and of the EU's nine Outermost regions. The project further improves the stability of electricity supply on the island off the...

    Opening up Romania’s secret chestnut plantation to tourism


    An ERDF-funded project in Romania aims to protect the only plantation of edible chestnut trees in Transylvania while also attracting more tourists to the region. These unique edible chestnut trees in Transylvania grow in a remote meadow in Buia Village in Sibiu County. Planted 200 years ago by the...

    Live webstreaming: Interreg Annual Meeting 2018


    The Interreg Annual Meeting 2018 will take place from 18 to 19 June in Brussels and is organized by the European Commission, Directorate-General for Regional and Urban Policy. In accordance with Article 51 of Regulation (EU) No 1303/2013, the meeting is one of the annual opportunities to review...

    Baltic Sea region as a design comfort zone for seniors


    Despite the progressing age of communities in the Baltic Sea region, needs of the elderly are not being sufficiently addressed by producers of furniture and home equipment. In the project BaltSe@nior, by developing prototypes of intelligent furniture and upgrading design trends, companies are...

    New electric buses bound for Bulgaria


    An ERDF-funded project in Veliko Tarnovo is aiming to optimise public transport and reduce car use across a Bulgarian town. The ERDF-funded project will introduce a new bus line in the town of Veliko Tarnovo, providing a number of new electric buses. In an attempt to achieve a new integrated...

    Powering better energy efficiency among Swedish SMEs


    An ERDF-funded project in Sweden is making financial support available for SMEs to improve their energy efficiency. Although there are many ways for small and medium-sized enterprises to become more energy efficient, they tend not to do so for various reasons – a lack of knowledge, skills or...

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