27 projects approved under the second call
The Monitoring Committee approved in Cardiff the second set of projects to be funded by Interreg Atlantic Area
The Interreg Atlantic Area approved during the Monitoring Committee meeting held in Cardiff (UK) on the 16-18 October 2018, 27 cooperation projects for funding in the framework of the second call for proposals.
These project partnerships will address regional challenges in the fields of innovation and competitiveness, resource efficiency, territorial risks and biodiversity, natural and cultural heritage.
The list of the projects approved is available here.
The projects approval will be definitive with the signature of the Subsidy Contract. The Joint Secretariat will contact the Lead Partner of approved projects by email to provide further information on the steps to follow.
Published on: 2018-10-18
Exhibition #MadewithInterreg will showcase good examples of transnational cooperation
23-24.10.2018, Vigo (Spain)
Two sessions and a stand to promote good investment practices to the blue economy in skills, employment and innivation
22.10.2018, Vigo (Spain)
"Blue innovation: main engine for sustainable growth in the Atlantic Area"
Atlantic Area projects AYCH, MMIAH and ATLASWH presented as good examples of cultural heritage cooperation projects
8/9.08.2018, Plymouth (UK)
Partners had the opportunity to discuss the coming activities and visit relevant Maritime, Military and Industrial assets in the city of Plymouth
Joint event organised yesterday by the Agência para o Desenvolvimento e Coesão IP and the Interreg Atlantic Area Programme
This project aims to use the renewable resources across the Atlantic Area to power the local transport fleet
AtlanticSocialLab 4th coordination meeting and study visits at Rennes, took place on the 3rd and 4th of July
The partnership had the opportunity to visit examples of good practices of social innovation in Rennes
28/29.06.2018, Leça da Palmeira
The IN 4.0 project consortium met in Leça da Palmeira (Portugal) on June 28th and 29th
The relevant working groups and stakeholders had the opportunity to learn how SAFER aims to improve the innovation performance of the seafood industry