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eeef Annual Report 2013

European Commission Technical Assistance Facility Purpose To support the municipalities to lower or even neutralize their carbon footprint, the European Commission has equipped eeef with a technical assistance facility (European Commission Technical Assistance Facility). This facility aims to accelerate investments in the fields of energy efficiency, small-scale renewable energy and clean urban transport. The European Commission Technical Assistance Facility supports its beneficiaries which can only be public entities in developing their green pro- ject ideas further by providing grants for up to 90% of the total development costs, subject to a later partial financing by eeef. The technical assistance grants aim to facilita- te the implementation of projects by supporting the preparation of feasibility studies, business plans, tendering processes etc. ¤ 8,711,887.15Total volume of technical assistance grants committed since the Fund’s inception Activities By 31 December 2013, the Fund provided technical assistance funds to 9 public autho- rities for their project development activities, achieving a total amount of € 8,711,887.15. • Ore Valley Housing Association (Scotland) – district heating powered by biomass • Ayuntamiento de Santander (Spain) – public lighting, building retrofit • City of Cordoba (Spain) – public lighting, building retrofit • Rhône Alpes (France) – building retrofit • Cabildo of La Palma (Spain) – public lighting, building retrofit, clean urban transport • Ringkøbing-Skjern (Denmark) – decentralised district heating powered by biomass • Marbella (Spain) – public lighting, building retrofit, photovoltaic • Terrassa (Spain) – public lighting, building retrofit, clean urban transport, photovoltaic • Elche (Spain) – public lighting, building retrofit, clean urban transport, photovoltaic 28 eeef Annual Report 2013

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