The Intelligent Energy-Europe Programme 2007-2013 Inteligent - Europa Closed!


The programme objetives are:

  1. Provide the elements necessary for the improvement of sustainability, the development of the potential of cities and regions, as well as for the preparation of the legislative measures needed to attain the related strategic objectives; develop the means and instruments to follow up, monitor and evaluate the impact of the measures adopted by the Community and its Member States in the fields addressed by that programme.
  2. Boost investment across Member States in new and best performing technologies in the fields of energy efficiency, renewable energy sources and energy diversification, including in transport, by bridging the gap between the successful demonstration of innovative technologies and L 310/30 EN Official Journal of the European Union 9.11.2006 their effective, broad market uptake in order to attain leverage of public and private sector investment, promote key strategic technologies, bring down costs, increase market experience and contribute to reducing the financial risks and other perceived risks and barriers that hinder this type of investment.
  3. Remove the non-technological barriers to efficient and intelligent patterns of energy production and consumption by promoting institutional capacity building at, inter alia, local and regional level, by raising awareness, notably through the educational system, by encouraging exchanges of experience and know-how among the main players concerned, business and citizens in general and by stimulating the spread of best practices and best available technologies, notably by means of their promotion at Community level.



The Intelligent Energy - Europe Programme shall provide for action for:

  1. To foster energy efficiency and the rational use of energy resources; Energy efficiency and rational use of resources (SAVE)
  2. To promote new and renewable energy sources and to support energy diversification; New and renewable resources (Altener)
  3. To promote energy efficiency and the use of new and renewable energy sources in transport. Energy in transport (STEER)

European community funding

The Community provisional funding available for the programme is:

  • 724,26 Million EUR (None)