Could your project help strengthen Europe’s innovation capability and contribute to a healthier environment? Interreg offers entrepreneurs, researchers and government agencies the opportunity to collaborate on international sustainability projects.
Interreg aims to strengthen Europe and reduce economic disparities between regions and Member States by stimulating cooperation projects. In various programmes, countries and regions work together in different ways on innovation, research, sustainable energy, climate adaptation and transport. Interreg has three strands of cooperation: cross-border (Interreg A), transnational (Interreg B) and interregional (Interreg C). The cooperation programmes in these strands are organised according to geographic location, and shared challenges and goals.
Interreg A: cross-border cooperation
Interreg A programmes are cross-border cooperation programmes in border regions in all 28 EU Member States.
Interreg B: transnational programmes
Interreg B programmes are transnational and involve regions from several EU countries. These programmes cover larger areas than Interreg A programmes. The fifteen Interreg B programmes in Europe focus on issues such as innovation, sustainability, urban development, transport and telecommunications.
Interreg C: interregional cooperation
Interreg C supports interregional cooperation that focuses on improving the implementation of regional policy throughout Europe. The three Interreg C strand programmes include Interreg Europe.
Who can apply?
Interreg offers funding opportunities for government agencies, knowledge institutions, businesses, development agencies, and public and private non-profit organisations that cooperate across national borders.
Rules for funding
The Interreg programme issues various calls for proposals. Each call has its own eligibility rules. Our consultants can tell you more about your options and advise you on relevant funding opportunities.
Applying for funding
Calls for proposals are issued throughout the year. Our consultants will help you identify the calls best suited to your area of innovation.
More information about Interreg
There are a range of funding opportunities. For more information about Interreg, please contact Roy Hoven, manager Subsidiefocus, by calling +31 (0)73-6465475 or send Roy an email. He will help you understand your options and explain the rules.