Figures of the first step of the first call for projects
102 Expressions of Interest selected for the second stage of the first call for projects.
The Monitoring Committee of INTERREG Atlantic Area, held last 7-8 September in Dublin, selected 102 Expressions of Interest (EOI) to present a full project application on the second stage of the ongoing call. These EOI are distributed by priority as follows: - 38 projects on Innovation and Competitiveness (Priority 1) - 22 projects on Resource Efficiency (Priority 2) - 7 projects on Territorial Risks (Priority 3) - 35 projects on Biodiversity (Priority 4) Between April and May 2016, the Joint Secretariat received 425 EOI under the first stage of this application process, from which 407 were considered as elegible. Further information about the second stage will be provided as soon as possible.
Published on: 2016-09-19
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