Published on July 23, 2014
Czech Republic EU Grants 2014-2020 Update July 2014
Czech Republic • The regional aid map of a Member State defines the regions eligible under EU state aid rules for regional investment aid granted by national authorities and establishes the maximum aid levels for companies in the eligible regions. The adoption of its regional aid map ensures the continuity of the Czech regional policy. It will be in force from 1 July 2014 to 31 December 2020. • Article 107(3)(a) of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) allows Member States to grant state aid to promote the economic development of areas where the standard of living is abnormally low or where there is serious underemployment. The regional aid guidelines define this type of regions as having a GDP below 75% of EU average. • In line with these principles, regions covering 88.10% of the population of the Czech Republic will continue to be eligible for regional investment aid at a maximum aid intensity of 25% of the eligible costs of the relevant investment project. Czech Republic maximum aid percentages 2014 - 2020
Czech Republic • Whereas overall aid intensities have slightly decreased as compared to the previous aid map (between 5 and 15 percentage points, depending on the region), the population coverage remains nearly identical. This is in line with the overall approach of the regional aid guidelines, which aim at supporting the most disadvantaged regions of Europe. • The region of the City of Prague, where 11.9% of the Czech population lives, has a GDP per capita exceeding 100% of the EU average and will thus not be eligible for regional aid between 1 July 2014 and 31 December 2020. This does not alter the current situation, since this region ceased to be eligible for aid under the current map in 2009, after a transitional period where aid was allowed in part of the region with a 10% aid intensity. Czech Republic maximum aid percentages 2014 - 2020
Current status Europe Partnership Agreements & Operational Programmes PA submitted no OP’s PA & OP’s submitted Czech republic PA 17/04 Italy: PA 22/04 Spain: PA 22/04 Croatia: PA 22/04 Ireland: PA 22/04 Luxemburg : PA 30/04 Romania: PA 01/04 France: PA 14/01 and all 32 OPs submitted Portugal: PA 04/02 and all ten OPs submitted Lithuania: PA 04/01 and their one OP submitted Finland: PA 17/02 and their one OP submitted Hungary: PA 07/03and all five OPs submitted Netherlands: PA 10/03 and all four OPs submitted Malta: PA 01/04 and one OP submitted Bulgaria: PA 02/04and all four OPs submitted Slovenia: PA 10/04and their one OP submitted Sweden: PA 17/04 and nine OPs submitted Austria: PA 17/04 and their one OP submitted United Kingdom: PA 17/04 and three OPs submitted Belgium: PA 23/04and two OP submitted Adopted PA no OP’s Adopted PA OP’s submitted Greece: PA adopted 23/05 Cyprus: PA adopted 20/06 Poland: PA adopted 23/05 and all 21 OPs submitted Latvia: PA adopted 20/06 and their one OP submitted Slovakia: PA adopted 20/06 and all five OP submitted Germany: PA adopted 22/05 and 15 OPs submitted Estonia: PA adopted 20/06 and their one OP submitted Denmark: PA adopted 05/05 and their one OP submitted
Planning • Partnership agreement submitted • No OP’s submitted • Adoption of PA & OP’s by European commission in Q4 2014 • Expected first grant calls Q1 2015 for funding priorities related to Op’s
Funding priorities Czech Republic
Budget breakdown Czech Republic € - € 5,000 € 10,000 € 15,000 € 20,000 € 25,000 € 30,000 € 35,000 € 6,259 € 15,282 € 88 € 340 € 14 € 6,145 € 2,170 € 31 € 30,329 AxisTitle Cohesion Fund Less Developed Regions Transition Regions More Developed Regions Outermost and northern sparsely populated regions European Territorial Cooperati on Youth Employme nt Initiative (additional allocation) Direct payments CAP Rural developm ent (7) CAP European Maritime and Fisheries Fund Nuclear decommis sioning Total Czech Republic € 6,259 € 15,282 € 88 € 340 € 14 € 6,145 € 2,170 € 31 € 30,329 Czech Republic
Operational programs Czech Republic
Budget breakdown Europe € - € 20,000 € 40,000 € 60,000 € 80,000 € 100,000 € 120,000 Belgium Bulgaria CzechRepublic Denmark Germany Estonia Ireland Greece Spain France Croatia Italy Cyprus Latvia Lithuania Luxembourg Hungary Malta Netherlands Austria Poland Portugal Romania Slovenia Slovakia Finland Sweden AstitelX1.000 Total national spending Other Rural development (7) CAP Direct payments CAP European Territorial Cooperation Regions
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