Major funding announced to ensure Europe’s transition to alternative infrastructure

The EU Commission has selected 42 new infrastructure projects to receive more than €424m ($450m) in EU funds, including 48 hydrogen refuelling stations (HRS).

Under the Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Facility (AFIF) funding, part of the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF), 48 HRS and 4,200 electric charging points on the European TEN-T road network will receive backing.

21 European airports will benefit from EU funding and will implement HRS for cars, trucks and buses to accelerate the transition of aviation in Europe.

Following EU Member States’ approval of the selected projects, the European Commission will adopt the award decision “in the coming weeks, following which the results become definitive.” A new AFIF call for applications is currently open until September 24, 2024.

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