European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) 2014-2020

  • Agriculture, Fisheries and Foods
  • Regions and Local Development

The ERDF supports:

  • Productive investment, which contributes to creating and safeguarding sustainable jobs, through direct aid to investment in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs); 
  • Investments in infrastructure providing basic services to citizens in the areas of energy, environment, transport, and information and communication technologies (ICT);
  • Investments in social, health and educational infrastructure; 
  • Development of endogenous potential by supporting regional and local development and research and innovation.

These measures includes:

  • Fixed investment in equipment and small-scale infrastructure;
  • Support for and services to enterprises, in particular SMEs;
  • Support to public research and innovation bodies and investment in technology and applied research in enterprises;
  • Networking, cooperation and exchange of experience between regions, towns, and relevant social, economic and environmental actors;
  • Technical assistance. In more developed regions, the ERDF not supports investments in infrastructure providing basic services to citizens in the areas of environment, transport, and ICT.

The maximum co-financing rates will be: 75-85% in less developed and outermost regions, 60% in transition regions, and 50% in more developed regions.

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