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CIP - 3 INTELLIGENT ENERGY EUROPE II - STEER

Grants in the field of sustainable use of energy in transports. STEER actions provide funding for projects promoting renewable energy in transports

This fund is a framework programme, organised in different strands (sub-programmes)

?A framework programme is an umbrella structure intended to serve various funding schemes (strands / sub-programmes). Each strand includes specific themes and funding rules.

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Grants in the field of sustainable use of energy in transport

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STEER actions address all aspects of more sustainable energy use in transport, including more efficient use of energy, promotion of new, renewable fuel sources and take-up of alternatively propelled vehicles through supporting projects which remove administrative and legal behaviour barriers. EIE ...


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