In our chosen examples, the same EEPR
is chosen for both the low-and medium-temperature systems.
The fund is the centrepiece of a new sustainable energy facility approved in December 2010 by the Council and Parliament, using unspent funds from the European Energy Programme for Recovery (EEPR
) from 2009.
One condition of receiving EU money via the EEPR
was to disseminate project results as "widely as possible".
Experience with the EEPR
shows that up to 30% of co-financing may be necessary to trigger the final investment decision and put the difficult cross-border projects on track.
Early in September, the draft financial decision granting 80 million for the Swinoujscie terminal within the EEPR
was finalised and agreed between the promoters and the Commission.
The European Commission finally published, on 18 May, a call for proposals worth 4 billion to finance energy investments under the European energy programme for recovery (EEPR
The European Commission reported, on 3 December, that 96.3% of the 3.98 billion available has been committed under the European Energy Programme for Recovery (EEPR
The reason for this is that the Commission has found approximately 400 million of unspent revenue available linked to the European Energy Programme foraRecovery (EEPR
), which would be more than enough to cover the new needs identified in draft amending budgets 1 and 2.
The Commission also pats itself on the back noting that support under the European Energy Programme for Recovery (EEPR
) is also driving "timely" implementation of projects.
It has been included in the European energy programme for recovery (EEPR
), adopted by the European Parliament on 6 May.
Under the more interesting varia points are reports from the Commission on the implementation of the European Energy Programme for Recovery (EEPR
), the implementation of trans-European energy networks in the period 2007-2009, an update on the Baltic Energy Market Interconnection Plan and a work programme from the incoming Belgian Presidency.
The European Parliament's Energy Committee (ITRE) is calling for more funds for energy efficiency and renewables under the European energy programme for recovery (EEPR