Our company participated in the seminar on business opportunities in countries outside the EU. In this seminar, the business opportunities that may resulting from financial mechanisms of the EU emerged, in relation to the provision of consulting services and construction of infrastructure (by Greek Companies), focusing on countries outside the EU. We learned about the innovative financial instruments of the EU and how they could promote a possible participation in EU-financed programmes mainly in the areas of energy, information and communication (ICT) and transport technologies. Additionally, in this seminar, people from the European Commission presented the practical guide explaining the contracting procedures applicable to all EU external actions, financed from the EU general budget (the EU Budget) and the European Development Fund (EDF). In this guide, people from the European Commission analyzed the basic targets, the contracting procedure and the current policy framework. The Green2Sustain team collected all the useful data and we are available for any information you might need.
a) The Head of Unit Near.B.3 (Audit Agents, European Commission, Directorate-General for Neighbourhood and Negotiate Address)
b) The Head of Department “Facilities Management” (Financial Instruments Unit, European Commission, Directorate General for International Cooperation and Development)
c) The Head of the Energy sector (Water Unit, Energy, Infrastructure, European Commission, Directorate General for Cooperation and Development)