Investment priority 4A
To improve sustainable linkages among actors of the innovation systems for strengthening regional innovation capacity in central Europe
To improve skills and entrepreneurial competences for advancing economic and social innovation in central European regions
Investment priority 4B
To develop and implement solutions for increasing energy efficiency and renewable energy usage in public infrastructures
Investment priority 4A
To improve territorially based low-carbon energy planning strategies and policies supporting climate change mitigation
To improve capacities for mobility planning in functional urban areas to lower CO2 emissions
Investment priority 6C
To improve integrated environmental management capacities for the protection and sustainable use of natural heritage and resources
To improve capacities for the sustainable use of cultural heritage and resources
Investment priority 6B
To improve environmental management of functional urban areas to make them more liveable places
Investment priority 7B
To improve planning and coordination of regional passenger transport systems for better connections to national and European transport networks
Investment priority 7A
To improve coordination among freight transport stakeholders for increasing multimodal environmentally-friendly freight solutions
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Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE improves capacities for regional development in innovation, carbon dioxide reduction, the protection of natural and cultural resources as well as transport and mobility.
With a budget of 246 million Euro from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE supports partnerships made up of public and private institutions from nine countries: Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia.
In their projects people from all kind of institutions work together to tackle shared challenges in their cities and regions – in the fields of innovation, CO2 reduction, natural and cultural resources, and sustainable transport. More concretely, Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE’s projects build regional capacities by involving and coordinating relevant players from all governance levels. Within the four priority axes, they realise outputs with a focus on policy-learning, pilot actions and pilot investments.
Find out more by visiting the Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE website