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Title: Connecting Europe Facility


1
Connecting Europe Facility
  • A common infrastructure fund to deploy smart
    interconnected transport, energy and digital
    networks

2
Announcement in MFF
  • Connecting Europe Facility to promote the
    completion of
  • "transport core network"
  • "energy priority corridors"
  • and key digital infrastructure
  • It will combine market based instruments and EU
    direct support in order to optimise the impact of
    financing

3
Envisaged budget the MFF proposal 2014-2020
  • Energy EUR 9,1 billion
  • Transport EUR 21,7 billion euro ( EUR 10
    billion)
  • ICT EUR 9,2 billion
  • Total budget envelope for CEF
  • EUR 50 billion

4
Announcement in MFF digital infrastructures
  • focused public intervention to stimulate private
    investment where the market case is weak, and
  • development of common architectures for digital
    services
  • support increasingly mobile citizens,
  • reduce transactions costs for enterprises, in
    particular SMEs in search of growth opportunities
    beyond their home markets
  • enable the emergence of the digital single
    market,
  • stimulate growth of cross-border services

5
Why investing in digital infrastructure ?
Broadband networks
1. Current level of investment is not sufficient
to ensure growth
2. No agreement on investment between incumbents
and competitors, high cost of capital and high
perceived risks
Case for EU investment
3. No business case in rural and (in most)
suburban areas
4. Core layers of digital services will not be
financed by MS or private operators
5. Interoperability, standards and cross-border
problems for digital services
Digital Services
6
Expected Impact of CEF
Ireland HH(x1000) 650 40.2
United Kingdom HH(x1000) 6,620
25.6
Denmark HH(x1000) 860 32.8
Sweden HH(x1000) 1,210 28.3
Finland HH(x1000) 770 30.5
Estonia HH(x1000) 60 10.6
Latvia HH(x1000) 80 9.5
The Netherlands HH(x1000) 2,180
30.1
Lithuania HH(x1000) 120
8.2
Belgium HH(x1000) 1,260 28.8
Poland HH(x1000) 1,330 9.9
25.6
Luxembourg HH(x1000) 140
72.5
Czech Republic HH(x1000) 540
12.1
Germany HH(x1000) 9,090 23.3
23.3
26.5
Slovakia HH(x1000) 240
12.8
Austria HH(x1000) 1,030 28.8
Romania HH(x1000) 510
7
Slovenia HH(x1000) 130 18.3
25.7
Bulgaria HH(x1000) 130
4.3
France HH(x1000) 7,110 26.5
Cyprus HH(x1000) 60 25.1
Greece HH(x1000) 870 21.1
Hungary HH(x1000) 390
10
Malta HH(x1000) 20 16.8
Italy HH(x1000) 5,720 24
Spain HH(x1000) 3,950 25.7
Portugal HH(x1000) 630 16.2
7
ICT Services of public interest
  • Trans-European high-speed backbone connections
    for public administrations
  • Cross-border delivery of eGovernment services
  • Enabling access to public sector information and
    multilingual services
  • Safety and security
  • Deployment of information and communication
    technology solutions for intelligent energy
    networks and for the provision of Smart Energy
    Services

8
Horizontal Priorities
  • Mapping of pan-European broadband infrastructure
  • Detailed documentation of physical sites
  • Analysis of rights of way
  • Technical assistance measures
  • Project and investment planning
  • Replication of successful business models
  • Feasibility studies

9
Elements of the package plus responsibilities
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Name tbc Horizontal services
10
Mutual reinforcement approach
11
Legal approach for the CEF package
  • Chapeau communication
  • CEF Regulation (rules for EU intervention)
  • Guidelines (criteria for projects of common
    interets)
  • Transport
  • Energy
  • Telecommunication
  • Pilot for project bonds (Communication and
    Regulation amending TEN Regulation and CIP
    decision)

12
CEF Regulation
  • This Regulation gives
  • a unified view on CEF
  • Full flexibility at mid term (with pre-allocated
    budget)
  • One Program Committee
  • Possibility of common Work Programs and joint
    calls
  • Higher co-financing for projects realising
    intra-sector synergies
  • EU focus, limited external dimension
  • Contribution to Europe 20-20-20 objectives

13
Timing
  • ISC completed (outstanding issue lists of
    projects)
  • Adoption planned for 19 October 2011
  • MFF discussion in the General Affairs Council
  • Presidency will issue an initial report on MFF

14
Awareness Raising to date
  • The concept signalled to telecom sector during
    the CEO process (reinforcement needed)
  • Presented CEF jointly with MOVE and ENER in
    Paris, Berlin and Copenhagen
  • Briefed Presidency
  • Included CEF in  Going Local  materials

15
Awareness Raising to continue
  • Proactively plan for meetings to promote CEF
    message while  Going local 
  • Propose to Representations (or other multipliers)
    to organise a dedicated presentation of CEF to
    Ministeries and Stakeholders
  • Use your personal contacts help us identify
    powerful multipliers in your country / sector
  • Propose a champion

16
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  • Questions?
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