Europe faces major challenges in achieving its carbon emission targets, and will require massive mobilisation of private funds. Luckily, public authorities can encourage private investment by using public funds to create financial instruments that can leverage private investment and overcome market failures. A number of these instruments have been tested and used and are ready to be replicated throughout Europe, and public authorities will need to be ready to implement financial instruments in their operational programmes for the next financial period of 2021-2027.
Join us at this Policy Learning Platform Workshop to meet other Interreg Europe project partners and representatives of the European institutions, and exchange experience and knowledge on financial instruments for energy efficiency refurbishments and other low-carbon economy investments.
Further information and registration: https://www.interregeurope.eu/financialinstruments/