Programme in a nutshell

Budget for 2021-2027

 

Rationale and design of the programme

The Just Transition Mechanism has been proposed as part of the European Green Deal investment plan to make sure that no one and no region is left behind in the transition to a climate-neutral economy. The primary goal of the mechanism is to provide support to the most negatively affected regions and people and to help alleviate the socio-economic costs of the transition.

 

 

Legal basis

Regulation (EU) 2021/1229 of the European Parliament and of the Council.

 

Website

Just Transition Mechanism

Just Transition Platform

Implementation and performance

 

Budget

Budget programming (million EUR):

  2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 Total
Financial programming 4.0 1 446.6 1 535.0 1 559.2 1 583.8 1 322.1 1 347.7 8 798.4
NextGenerationEU 1 066.6 4 329.7 5 472.2         10 868.5
Decommitments made available again (*) N/A             N/A
Contributions from other countries and entities 46.3 p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. 46.3
Total 1 116.8 5 776.3 7 007.2 1 559.2 1 583.8 1 322.1 1 347.7 19 713.1

(*) Only Article 15(3) of the financial regulation.

Cumulative implementation rate at the end of 2021 (million EUR):

  Implementation 2021-2027 Budget Implementation rate
Commitments 9.6 19 713.1 0%
Payments 1.6   0%

 

Voted budget implementation in 2021 (million EUR):

  Voted budget implementation Initial voted budget
Commitments 3.9 1 137.0
Payments 1.2 0.0

 

 

Contribution to horizontal priorities

EU budget contribution in 2021 (million EUR):

Climate Biodiversity Gender equality (*)
9.3(ℹ) 0 Score 0*: 3.9

(*) Based on the applied gender contribution methodology, the following scores are attributed at the most granular level of intervention possible:
- 2: interventions the principal objective of which is to improve gender equality;
- 1: interventions that have gender equality as an important and deliberate objective but not as the main reason for the intervention;
- 0: non-targeted interventions;
- 0*: score to be assigned to interventions with a likely but not yet clear positive impact on gender equality.

(ℹ) Item corrected after adoption of the AMPR. See also link.

 

Performance assessment

Programme statement

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