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Provisional agreement on new rules for cross-border energy projects

publié le 10 January 2022

EU ambassadors endorsed a provisional political agreement on the revision of the Trans-European Networks for Energy (TEN-E) Regulation. The new rules for TEN-E will support the EU’s climate objectives and the Green Deal. The revision of the TEN-E Regulation identifies 11 priority corridors and 3 priority thematic areas to develop and interconnect. It updates the infrastructure categories eligible for support with an emphasis on decarbonisation and adds a new focus on offshore electricity grids, hydrogen infrastructure and smart grids. This will be done mostly through projects of common interest (PCIs) that are eligible for financing from the Connecting Europe Facility for 2021-2027.

The Council’s and Parliament’s negotiators agreed among other things to:

TEN-E: Council and Parliament reach provisional agreement on new rules for cross-border energy projects

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