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By Pavlina Dravecka / Atjaunināts: 18 Nov 2016
By Pavlina Dravecka / Atjaunināts: 07 Mar 2016


The JESSICA programme supports sustainable urban development through financial engineering mechanisms.

By Eltis Team / Atjaunināts: 27 Apr 2015

Waterways in the city


Are boats a part of the public or private transport in your city? How does it fare in terms of speed, reliability, pollution and energy efficiency? What do you think about the Ghent solution?

Ghent waterways urban mobility transport logistics

By Rob Jeuring / Atjaunināts: 27 Apr 2015

Do you know Urban Mobility Plans in your country, which are not yet listed in our city database?


Many cities in Europe have developed or are developing urban mobility plans. We think it is very useful that city and other stakeholders can look at examples from other cities when preparing a plan of their own and if needed can contact other cities for further questions. Therefore we sought to identify urban transport plans that are available on-line.

By Eltis Team / Atjaunināts: 23 Apr 2015
By Admin Eltis / Atjaunināts: 07 Mar 2016
By Admin Eltis / Atjaunināts: 07 Mar 2016
By News Editor / Atjaunināts: 28 Jun 2017


The ELENA programme covers up to 90 per cent of the technical cost to prepare large energy efficiency and renewables projects. This can help with obtaining financing, especially from private investors. The Commission is giving ELENA €15 million for the transport sector over 2016-2020.

Cities should contact ELENA directly.

For more information, visit the EIB website.

By News Editor / Atjaunināts: 23 Oct 2017


The JASPERS programme gives technical assistance to prepare high quality major projects to be financed by the European Structural and Investment Funds in the new EU member states (Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovenia and Slovakia).

JASPERS focuses on major projects with total eligible cost exceeding €75 million.

By News Editor / Atjaunināts: 07 Mar 2016

European Energy Efficiency Fund

The European Energy Efficiency Fund (EEEF) focuses on energy efficiency, small-scale renewable energy, and clean urban transport projects. It targets municipal, local and regional authorities and public and private entities acting on behalf of those authorities.

Cities should contact the EEEF directly.