EU earmarks €22.1 mln for energy and transport projects

EU member states have approved a European Commission proposal to invest €22.1 million to help develop transport and energy infrastructure.
By Staff reporter 25 April 2017 0 25622

EU member states have approved a European Commission proposal to invest €22.1 million ($24.1 million) to help develop transport and energy infrastructure, the commission said on Monday.

EU funding of €8.8 million has been earmarked for the gas sector, including a pipeline to carry LNG from Italy to Malta for use as a marine fuel.

Funding was also provided for plans to build a cross-border electricity smart grid, to increase the energy efficiency of the Croatian railway system, and to develop electricity storage systems strategically located along...

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