European Union at a glance

  • 3 Project Trackers
  • Downloadable data
  • National coverage
  • All sectors covered

Governance structure

For its 27 members, the EU enables a standardised system of laws in various areas and provides overall political direction. Key to infrastructure are laws and policy on European transport, telecommunication, energy, and environment. While the EU does not procure infrastructure itself, it is an important financial contributor to projects of European significance.

Source: InfraCompass


Pipelines


Connecting Europe Facility

The Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) is an EU funding instrument to support growth, jobs, and competitiveness through targeted infrastructure investment at the European level. In addition to grants, the CEF offers financial support to projects through innovative financial instruments such as guarantees and project bonds.

Pipeline

Investment Program

Country

European Union

Sector

Transport, Energy, Communication

Update Frequency

Static

Data Downloadable

Yes


Finance Projects

This is a record of all projects financed by the European Investment Bank from 1959 detailing the amount funded, sector and country.

Pipeline

Project Tracker

Country

European Union

Sector

All

Update Frequency

Live

Data Downloadable

Yes


Invest EU Portal

This European Commission project database provides visibility of EU-based projects for which project promoters seek financing and provides investors with information about investment opportunities available in the EU.

Pipeline

Project Tracker

Country

European Union

Sector

All

Update Frequency

Live

Data Downloadable

No


Major Projects

This European Commission tracker tracks investments of more than EUR50 million, supported by the EU's cohesion policy funding.

Pipeline

Project Tracker

Country

European Union

Sector

All

Update Frequency

Live

Data Downloadable

Yes

Scope Criteria

All


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National Infrastructure Banks

In tandem with the development of forward pipelines, the National Infrastructure Banks and Similar Financing Facilities tool serves as guidance to governments looking to establish or reform National Infrastructure Banks. These institutions can maximise the quantity and quality of infrastructure projects and crowd in private investment, providing value for end users. National Infrastructure Banks provide the financing, expertise, and long-term planning for both public and private stakeholders to develop infrastructure in line with the needs of the community.