ERDF


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ERDF

abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) European Regional Development Fund: a fund to provide money for specific projects for work on the infrastructure in countries of the European Union
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ERDF

N ABBR =European Regional Development FundFEDER m
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National, regional, and local public authorities as well as public equivalent bodies and NGOs can apply for the ERDF financing in cross-border partnerships.
'Batteries' economic model is not mature yet,' says CEO of French grid operator ERDF utility.
The main priorities of the program are: technological development and innovations: EUR 250 M under the ERDF (21.24% of the budget); energy efficiency and resource efficiency of enterprises: EUR 593 M under the ERDF (50.17% of the budget); removing obstacles in the sphere of security of supply: EUR 38.2 M under the ERDF (3.24% of the budget); technical assistance: EUR 35.4 M under the ERDF (3% of the budget).
Landis+Gyr, a company focussed on energy management solutions, has signed a contract with ERDF for delivering 'Linky' meters to ERDF.
Mr Cox is shortly moving on from his post and one purpose of the Hudders-field visit was to show his successor, Julia Sweeney, examples of ERDF funding.
The ERDF began operations in 1996 and is considered a critical element for removing contaminated material and providing for its safe disposal to prevent contaminants from reaching groundwater and the Columbia River, DOE said.
Under the October 2006 peace agreement, the Eastern Front joined the government and a $600 million ERDF was established to help the region recover from war.
The changes in ERDF post-2014 mean Davies will be providing expert assistance about potential funding opportunities for the NELEP area, and preparing for the LEP's response to ERDF priorities in two years' time, which revolve around "smart, sustainable, inclusive growth".
The European Commission has proposed to concentrate a large share of ERDF aid - at least 80% for the developed and transition regions and at least 50% for less developed regions - on three thematic objectives: research, technological development and innovation; making small and medium-sized enterprises more competitive; and support for the transition to a low-carbon economy.
The agency was speaking at a keynote event held as part of North East England ERDF Week 2010.
Around pounds 49m of ERDF funds will be channelled through the Welsh Assembly Government to help continue the region's economic, social and environmental transformation, by helping new and existing businesses to grow and move up the value chain, and increase the 'value added' per job.
The European Commission proposes the possibility of co-financing energy investments in housing, but only under the ERDF. On the other hand, it explicitly rules out support for private housing via the Cohesion Fund.