Enhancing the Romanian - Dutch Cooperation in
the Water Sector
Financing Opportunities
for
future projects in the water se...
Content
I. National Programmes
i. National Rural Development Programme (PNDR)
ii. Operational Programme for Large Infrastr...
NATIONAL PROGRAMMES
National Rural Development
Programme (PNDR)
2014-2020
Source: Romanian Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development
Introduction
Objectives:
1. restructuring and increasing farm viability;
2. sustainable management of natural resources an...
Sustainable management of natural
resources and tackling climate change
— Aims:
◦ high natural value and the good conditio...
Increasing efficiency in water use
by agriculture sector
Choice of rural development measures:
◦ M04 - Investments in phys...
Cross cutting objectives
Measure 1 (Knowledge transfer and information actions)
— developing the environmental management ...
Operational Programme for
Large Infrastructure (POIM)
2014-2020
Source: Romanian Ministry of European Funds
Introduction
Financial allocation (including the performance reserve): € 9.4 billion
Thematic objectives:
— TO 4: Supporti...
Priority Axes (PA)
Transport
◦ PA 1 ‐ Developing the TEN‐T network in Romania
◦ PA 2 ‐ Increasing the regional accessibili...
Environment & climate change
PA 4 ‐ Environmental protection and promotion of the efficient use of resources
— Investments...
Environment & climate change
Eligible beneficiaries:
— Local public authorities
◦ Developing the waste integrated manageme...
EUROPEAN PROGRAMMES
HORIZON 2020
WORK PROGRAMME 2014 – 2015
Societal Challenges - Climate action, environment, resource
efficiency and raw mat...
Water Innovation: Boosting its value for Europe
— Activities in this call address:
◦ integrated approaches to water and cl...
Water Innovation: Boosting its value for
Europe - project calls
Opening date for 2015 topics: 10/12/2014
Eligible consorti...
Water Innovation: Boosting its value for
Europe - project calls
WATER-3-2014/2015: Stepping up EU research and innovation ...
Water Innovation: Boosting its value for
Europe - project calls
WATER-5-2014/2015: Strengthening international R&I coopera...
LIFE 2014-2020
Source: EU Commision - DG Environment
Introduction
— Regulation - published on 20 December 2013
— Budget 2014-2020: €3.4 billion
— Sub-programmes of the LIFE Pr...
Priority areas
— Environment:
(a) Environment and Resource Efficiency;
(b) Nature and Biodiversity;
(c) Environmental Gove...
Eligible projects
(a) pilot projects
(b) demonstration projects
(c) best practice projects
(d) integrated projects
(e) tec...
INTERREG EUROPE
2014-2020
Source: INTERREG IVC
Introduction
— INTERREG EUROPE budget allocation is EUR 359 million
financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ER...
Eligible beneficiaries
INTERREG EUROPE is designed to support policy learning
among public authorities to improve the perf...
Priority axes
1. Research, Technological Development and Innovation
2. Competitiveness of Small and Medium-Sized Enterpris...
Budget breakdown by priority axis
Priority axis Union support National counterpart Total funding
1. Research, Technologica...
Timeline
July 2014 (provisional) Cooperation programme and SEA submitted to EC
15-16 October 2014
On communication strateg...
EUROSTARS
Source: EUREKA
Introduction
— The Eurostars programme is publicly financed with a total budget of 1.14 billion euro and
is currently supp...
Project eligibility criteria
— The project leader is an R&D-performing SME from a Eurostars Country
— The project contains...
Financial aspects (RO)
Type of organisation
Funding % of
eligible costs
Maximum Financial
Support
Additional Information
S...
+ ? +
START Danube Region
Project Fund
Source: EU Strategy for the Danube Region
Introduction
— START – Danube Region Project Fund is a new pilot initiative of the EUSDR
— Seed Money for the development ...
Eligibility criteria
— Applicants: public or private organisations with legal personality (no individuals), especially
sma...
Know-how Exchange
Programme (KEP)
Source: Central European Initiative (CEI)
Introduction
— The Central European Initiative (CEI) - 18 Member States:
Albania, Austria, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina...
KEP Austria & Italy
— It operates through calls for proposals:
I. KEP Austria
II. KEP Italy
— The KEP Austria grant:
◦ < E...
Sustainable Water Fund
(FDW)
Source: Netherlands Enterprise Agency
Introduction
Aim
Public/Private Partnership for water safety and water security in developing
countries through collective...
Eligibility criteria
— The partnership consists of at least one public institute, one company and one NGO & at least
one D...
Ciprian Nanu
T: +40-744 298 803
E: ciprian.nanu@bdgind.ro
Bianca Pricope
T: +40-744 272 914
E: bianca.pricope@bdgind.ro
TH...
of 44

Prezentare fonduri 2014 2020 completata v2

Presentation for Water projects October 2014
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Published in: Business      
Source: www.slideshare.net


Transcripts - Prezentare fonduri 2014 2020 completata v2

  • 1. Enhancing the Romanian - Dutch Cooperation in the Water Sector Financing Opportunities for future projects in the water sector 2014-2020 Bianca Pricope Bucharest, 6 October 2014
  • 2. Content I. National Programmes i. National Rural Development Programme (PNDR) ii. Operational Programme for Large Infrastructure (POIM) II. European Programmes i. Horizon 2020 - EU ii. LIFE 2014-2020 - EU iii. Eurostars Programme - EU & EUREKA iv. START Danube Region Project Fund - EU v. Know-how Exchange Programme - AU&IT vi. Sustainable Water Fund - NL
  • 3. NATIONAL PROGRAMMES
  • 4. National Rural Development Programme (PNDR) 2014-2020 Source: Romanian Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development
  • 5. Introduction Objectives: 1. restructuring and increasing farm viability; 2. sustainable management of natural resources and tackling climate change; 3. diversification of economic activities, creation of jobs, improvement of infrastructure and services for improving the quality of life in rural areas. — 14 rural development measures with a total budget of 9,363 billion €
  • 6. Sustainable management of natural resources and tackling climate change — Aims: ◦ high natural value and the good condition of natural resources ◦ resilience towards more frequent occurrence of extreme weather events ◦ low level of pollution (GHG emissions) — Essential actions for the cross-cutting objectives related to: ◦ environment protection ◦ mitigation and adaptation to climate change
  • 7. Increasing efficiency in water use by agriculture sector Choice of rural development measures: ◦ M04 - Investments in physical assets: establishment, expansion and/or modernization of irrigation installations - 2,071 billion € ◦ M10 - Agri-environment-climate: promotion of technology and new agricultural management practices - 999,9 million €
  • 8. Cross cutting objectives Measure 1 (Knowledge transfer and information actions) — developing the environmental management skills and knowledge of farmers and foresters - 55,9 million € Measure 2 (Advisory services) — elaborating the business plans, including for farm manure management and the use of environmentally-friendly methods and technologies - 59,3 million € Measure 16 (Co-operation) — potential support for EIP-AGRI Operational Groups to develop pilot projects, new and innovative technologies and practices which address specific issues related to environmental management - 14,5 million €
  • 9. Operational Programme for Large Infrastructure (POIM) 2014-2020 Source: Romanian Ministry of European Funds
  • 10. Introduction Financial allocation (including the performance reserve): € 9.4 billion Thematic objectives: — TO 4: Supporting the transition towards economic sectors with low carbon emissions — TO 5: Promoting the adaption to climate change, preventing and managing risks — TO 6: Environmental protection and promotion of efficient use of resources — TO 7: Promoting sustainable transport systems and eliminating blockages in the infrastructure of major networks
  • 11. Priority Axes (PA) Transport ◦ PA 1 ‐ Developing the TEN‐T network in Romania ◦ PA 2 ‐ Increasing the regional accessibility by connecting to the TEN‐T ◦ PA 3 ‐ Developing a transport system that is safe and friendly towards the environment Environment and climate change ◦ PA 4 ‐ Environmental protection and promotion of the efficient use of resources ◦ PA 5 ‐ Biodiversity protection and conservation, polluted site decontamination, air quality monitoring ◦ PA 6 ‐ Promoting the adaption to climate change, preveting and managing risks Clean energy and energy efficiency ◦ PA 7 ‐ Safe and clean energy for a low carbon emission economy ◦ PA 8 - Intelligent and suistainable transport systems for electricity and natural gases Infrastructure in Bucharest-Ilfov region ◦ PA 9 - Developing urban infrastructure in Bucharest-Ilfov
  • 12. Environment & climate change PA 4 ‐ Environmental protection and promotion of the efficient use of resources — Investments in the water and waste water sector — Investments in the waste sector PA 5 ‐ Biodiversity protection and conservation, polluted site decontamination, air quality monitoring PA 6 ‐ Promoting the adaption to climate change, preventing and managing risks — Non-structural measures, orientated towards mitigating risks generated by climate change, especially floods and droughts complemented through infrastructure projects (river course planning, enbankments etc.) — Investments for the reduction in coastal erosion on the Black Sea shore — Developing the capacity for emergency response of the professional and voluntary services
  • 13. Environment & climate change Eligible beneficiaries: — Local public authorities ◦ Developing the waste integrated management systems ‐ PA 4 ◦ Decontaminating polluted sites, where the polluter cannot be identified and there is a negative impact on human health ‐ PA 5 ◦ Biodiversity protection measures where the LPAs or the subordinate structures have in custody or are administrating protected areas / Natura 2000 sites ‐ PA 5 — Other beneficiaries at the local level / NGOs ◦ Regional water operators - PA 4 ◦ Biodiversity protection measures where the NGOs or the subordinate structures have in custody or are administrating protected areas / Natura 2000 sites ‐ PA 5 — Central public administration ◦ Romanian Waters National Administration, authorities responsible for the monitoring and warning systems of meteorological events and for the management of emergency situations
  • 14. EUROPEAN PROGRAMMES
  • 15. HORIZON 2020 WORK PROGRAMME 2014 – 2015 Societal Challenges - Climate action, environment, resource efficiency and raw materials Source: European Commission
  • 16. Water Innovation: Boosting its value for Europe — Activities in this call address: ◦ integrated approaches to water and climate change adaptation and mitigation; ◦ bringing innovative water solutions to the market; ◦ harnessing water research and innovation results for the benefit of industry, policy makers and citizens in Europe and globally. — This call is expected to contribute to several policy objectives: ◦ impacts of droughts and floods should be minimised; ◦ alternative water supply options are only relied upon when all water saving and water efficiency measure are taken and other options exhausted; ◦ water extraction should remain below 20% of available renewable water resources.
  • 17. Water Innovation: Boosting its value for Europe - project calls Opening date for 2015 topics: 10/12/2014 Eligible consortium: partners from minimum 3 countries Overall indicative budget for 2015 topics: EUR 96 million Calls: WATER-1-2014/2015: Bridging the gap: from innovative water solutions to market replication — [2015] Demonstration/pilot activities of new or improved innovative water solutions in a real environment, with a focus on the cross cutting priorities identified in the EIP on Water, while addressing the thematic priorities (EUR 45 million) WATER-2-2014/2015: Integrated approaches to water and climate change — [2015] Integrated approaches to food security, low-carbon energy, sustainable water management and climate change mitigation (EUR 15 million)
  • 18. Water Innovation: Boosting its value for Europe - project calls WATER-3-2014/2015: Stepping up EU research and innovation cooperation in the water area • [2015] Proposals should pool the necessary financial resources from the participating national (or regional) research programmes with a view to implementing a joint call for proposals resulting in grants to third parties with EU co-funding to support the priorities identified in the Strategic Research Agenda of the Water JPI (EUR 15 million) WATER-4-2014/2015: Harnessing EU water research and innovation results for industry, agriculture, policy makers and citizens — [2015] Proposals (around EUR 3 million) should aim to: ◦ implement measures to showcase, exchange, test and transfer water management solutions to end-users in the agricultural sector in view of improving water use efficiency and quality in agricultural practices ◦ contribute to a 'thematic network'34 on water in agriculture with broad involvement of practitioners and other stakeholders throughout Europe to compile, disseminate and further develop solutions; and ◦ support the integration of water relevant issues in the EIP on 'Agricultural Productivity and Sustainability', including linking up with EIP operational groups and related actions of the EIP on 'Water'. http://www.eip-water.eu/
  • 19. Water Innovation: Boosting its value for Europe - project calls WATER-5-2014/2015: Strengthening international R&I cooperation in the field of water 1. [2015] A coordination platform for scientists, decision makers, practitioners and other key stakeholders representing a number of African countries throughout the duration of Horizon 2020 to identify opportunities and constraints for the sustainable management of water and other natural resources and ecosystems and for the development of cost-effective climate change adaptation and mitigation measures in Africa (around EUR 3 million) 2. [2015] Development of water supply and sanitation technology, systems and tools, and/or methodologies to manage risks associated with water supply and sanitation and/or cross-boundary water management issues, or integrated water resources management systems for sustainable agriculture and food security, sustainable environment protection and economic growth, focused on the non-EU Mediterranean countries and/or Africa (EUR 15 million)
  • 20. LIFE 2014-2020 Source: EU Commision - DG Environment
  • 21. Introduction — Regulation - published on 20 December 2013 — Budget 2014-2020: €3.4 billion — Sub-programmes of the LIFE Programme: ◦ Environment: € 2 592 491 250 ◦ Climate Action: € 864 163 750
  • 22. Priority areas — Environment: (a) Environment and Resource Efficiency; (b) Nature and Biodiversity; (c) Environmental Governance and Information. — Climate Action: (a) Climate Change Mitigation; (b) Climate Change Adaptation; (c) Climate Governance and Information.
  • 23. Eligible projects (a) pilot projects (b) demonstration projects (c) best practice projects (d) integrated projects (e) technical assistance projects (f) capacity-building projects (g) preparatory projects (h) information, awareness, and dissemination projects
  • 24. INTERREG EUROPE 2014-2020 Source: INTERREG IVC
  • 25. Introduction — INTERREG EUROPE budget allocation is EUR 359 million financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) — INTERREG EUROPE will finance two actions: ◦ Interregional Cooperation projects ◦ Policy Learning Platforms — Eligible countries: ◦ 28 EU member states ◦ Norway ◦ Switzerland
  • 26. Eligible beneficiaries INTERREG EUROPE is designed to support policy learning among public authorities to improve the performance of policies and programmes for regional development Eligible beneficiaries: — National, regional or local public authorities — Other institutions governed by public law: ◦ universities ◦ regional development agencies ◦ business support actors, etc. — Private non-profit bodies
  • 27. Priority axes 1. Research, Technological Development and Innovation 2. Competitiveness of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises 3. Low Carbon Economy 4. Environment and Resource Efficiency 5. Technical Assistance
  • 28. Budget breakdown by priority axis Priority axis Union support National counterpart Total funding 1. Research, Technological Development and Innovation € 84,441,610 € 14,903,007.28 € 99,344.617.28 2. Competitiveness of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises € 84,441,610 € 14,903,007.28 € 99,344.617.28 3. Low Carbon Economy € 84,441,610 € 14,903,007.28 € 99,344.617.28 4. Environment and Resource Efficiency € 84,441,610 € 14,903,007.28 € 99,344.617.28 5. Technical Assistance € 21,559,560 € 7,371,520.00 € 28,931,080.00 TOTAL € 359,326,000 6 € 66,983,549.12 € 426,309,549.12
  • 29. Timeline July 2014 (provisional) Cooperation programme and SEA submitted to EC 15-16 October 2014 On communication strategy; programme manual; terms of reference for the first call for project proposals; application form; financial arrangements and subsidy contract 2-3 December 2014 Interregional cooperation forum/ Launch of INTERREG EUROPE 4 December 2014 On rules of procedure and further elaboration of the programme documents 10-11 February 2015 First Monitoring Committee of INTERREG EUROPE programme mid-February 2015 First call for proposals
  • 30. EUROSTARS Source: EUREKA
  • 31. Introduction — The Eurostars programme is publicly financed with a total budget of 1.14 billion euro and is currently supported by 33 EUREKA countries and the European Union and available for the following countries: — Eurostars provides funding and support to research-performing companies, especially SMEs — The next deadlines for submitting an application are March 5th & September 17th 2015
  • 32. Project eligibility criteria — The project leader is an R&D-performing SME from a Eurostars Country — The project contains at least two legal entities that are independent of one another — The consortium is a partnership hosted by at least two different Eurostars countries — Market introduction of the major project result is planned to occur within 24.0 months of the completion of the project — Each of the participating organisations in the consortium is a legal entity in the host country — The project duration < 3 years
  • 33. Financial aspects (RO) Type of organisation Funding % of eligible costs Maximum Financial Support Additional Information SME With respect of the state aid scheme notified N542/2007 C2007(6545) Whole project will not exceed 700000 RON/Year LARGE COMPANY With respect of the state aid scheme notified N542/2007 C2007(6545) Whole project will not exceed 700000 RON/Year UNIVERSITY 100% Whole project will not exceed 700000 RON/Year The Romanian EUREKA Office recommends universities to apply together with a Romanian SME/company RESEARCH ORGANISATION 100% Whole project will not exceed 700000 RON/Year The Romanian EUREKA Office recommends research organisations to apply together with a Romanian SME/company OTHER 100% Whole project will not exceed 700000 RON/Year The Romanian EUREKA Office recommends applicants to apply together with a Romanian SME/company Eligible costs: Direct costs - Human resources costs, logistic costs as materials, components, equipment (only the amortization rate for the project duration, maximum 40% of the project cost), subcontracting of services and consultancy (maximum 20% of grant amount), travel costs (max. 5% of grant amount), IPR costs, Feasibility studies costs; Indirect costs – maximum 12% of direct costs.
  • 34. + ? +
  • 35. START Danube Region Project Fund Source: EU Strategy for the Danube Region
  • 36. Introduction — START – Danube Region Project Fund is a new pilot initiative of the EUSDR — Seed Money for the development and implementation of Danube Region projects — The total allocation to START amounts to € 900.000 (95% European Commission, 5% City of Vienna) — The START initiative is running until the end of 2016 — 2 calls for project proposals (1 left) — START EU grants between € 10.000 to € 40.000 per project — Project partners must co‐finance at least 10% of the total project costs, from their own resources or other (non‐EU) sources
  • 37. Eligibility criteria — Applicants: public or private organisations with legal personality (no individuals), especially small institutions, non‐governmental and civil society organisations — Location: the entire Danube Region: ◦ EU Member States: Germany (Baden‐Württemberg and Bavaria), Austria, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Romania and Croatia; ◦ EU Accession Countries: Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro and ◦ Non‐EU Countries: Moldova and Ukraine — Duration: 6-12 months — Projects must: ◦ involve at least two partners from two EUSDR countries ◦ be of public interest and have a macro‐regional impact ◦ be either a specific part of a larger project or a small project ◦ address at least one of the Priority Areas (PA) of the EUSDR:
  • 38. Know-how Exchange Programme (KEP) Source: Central European Initiative (CEI)
  • 39. Introduction — The Central European Initiative (CEI) - 18 Member States: Albania, Austria, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine — The Know-how Exchange Programme (KEP) - an instrument supporting projects and programmes focused on the transfer of know-how and best practices from EU to non-EU CEI Member States — KEP priorities: 1. European Integration, Capacity Building and Market Economy 2. Infrastructure Planning and Development 3. Agriculture, Energy, and Environment (protection of the natural environment, waste management, water management and water resource development)
  • 40. KEP Austria & Italy — It operates through calls for proposals: I. KEP Austria II. KEP Italy — The KEP Austria grant: ◦ < EUR 50.000 for each individual project ◦ < 50% of the total amount of a project — The KEP Italy grant: ◦ < EUR 40.000 for each individual project ◦ < 50% of the total amount of a project
  • 41. Sustainable Water Fund (FDW) Source: Netherlands Enterprise Agency
  • 42. Introduction Aim Public/Private Partnership for water safety and water security in developing countries through collective initiatives between governmental bodies, private sector and Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and possibly knowledge institutions Themes ◦ Improved access to drinking water and sanitation; ◦ Efficient and sustainable water use, particularly within agriculture; ◦ Safe deltas and improved basin management.
  • 43. Eligibility criteria — The partnership consists of at least one public institute, one company and one NGO & at least one Dutch and one local partner. — An own contribution of at least 40% of the project budget. — Minimum grant application is €500,000 and the maximum is €4,000,000. — The maximum project duration: 7 years. — The project activities take place in minimal one of the countries mentioned on the country list:
  • 44. Ciprian Nanu T: +40-744 298 803 E: ciprian.nanu@bdgind.ro Bianca Pricope T: +40-744 272 914 E: bianca.pricope@bdgind.ro THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION! For further questions please don’t hesitate to contact us: RNWP Local Coordinators:

Related Documents