We are an EU cohesion policy programme that encourages cooperation beyond borders. With a budget of 246m EUR we support public and private organisations to work together across central Europe. Jointly they improve cities and regions in Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia.
Congratulations to our project ENERGY@SCHOOL for winning this year's REGIOSTARS in category Youth empowerment for cooperation across borders - 30 years of Interreg. Youth will play a crucial role in Europe’s transition to a carbon neutral continent and we are proud to see that our projects are already making a difference. Read more
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Heat recovery is a potential energy source that is still underused in central Europe. Waste heat is often just released into the environment. CE-HEAT mapped this waste heat in public buildings and developed a digital cadastre for reusing it.
Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE has supported transnational cooperation in central Europe for more than 20 years. Now it is time to take our cooperation forward. Together with our partners and you we want to make sure that also in the next programming period we can continue to proudly say that: #cooperationiscentral for a better future.
22 October 2020
The 9th EUSDR Annual Forum, jointly organised by the Republic of Croatia, the European Commission and the Danube Transnational Programme with the support of the Danube Strategy Point, will take place on 22nd October 2020.
We are at a crucial moment of the EU´s history. Never has cooperation been so crucial, because never before have challenges been so global. The experiences gained during the previous period will be helpful in moving forward even more united.
At this moment, the main issue which the participating states of the Danube Region Strategy are faced with are the following: minimization of the impact of COVID-19 on healthcare systems and citizens’ health along with the simultaneous restoration of economic and social activities.
There will be also a great and unique opportunity for promotion of deeper and wider cooperation between EUSDR EU-member states and candidate/potential candidate countries participating in the EUSDR with special focus on the fields of how to put the EUSDR Action Plan into practice
Before its official opening, the 7th Danube Participation Day – Youth Participation in the Danube Region event will be organised on 21st October 2020 as a side event.Register now
18 November 2020
Digital Transport Days 2020 will be held on 18 November in digital format. The conference will address new mobility challenges and the European vision of digitalisation for transport and mobility, as well as look at what extent the COVID-19 pandemic has affected it, and how digitalisation can contribute to recovery and a return to a ‘new normal’ life. Further you can learn about the contribution of digitalisation to the EU Green deal, to TEN-T networks and to the further development of the European mobility data space.
Further details will follow soon. For any questions and comments, feel free to contact the European Commission at info(at)digitaltransport.eu.