The information website for the EU Funds Investment Programme 2021–2027 and the ‘New Generation Lithuania’ plan – – has been launched. It provides potential applicants, project promoters, partners, other interested groups and the public with comprehensive information on EU-funded investments in one place.

Information on funding sources, funding opportunities, plans for calls for proposals (project implementation plans), published calls and requirements, and a calendar of events will be published on the website. Information about the implemented projects – the executors of the implemented projects, the amount of funding provided, the winners of public procurement, documents, project results and other relevant information – will also be made public.

‘The aim was to provide the public with a user-friendly information platform where anyone looking for information on EU investment can find it easily and quickly. I invite everyone to subscribe to the newsletter and be the first to know about the published calls or project results’, said Vaida Česnulevičiūtė, Deputy Minister of Finance.

According to the Deputy Minister, the emergence of a new information channel is an important step that will contribute to the transparency of investments, ensure easy search for information in one place and create better opportunities for project planning.

Currently, in addition to data on funding programmes, the most relevant information published on the website is about the plans for calls for proposals in 2022.

‘Businesses, project promoters, other social partners and the public are looking forward to the calls for proposals, as this will ensure the start of some actions or the continuity of others, as the value of the call plans for 2022 is almost EUR 2.8 billion, of which EUR 1.7 billion is under the ‘New Generation Lithuania’ plan and EUR 1 billion is under the 2021–2027 Investment Programme’, noted the Deputy Minister.

The highest value investments are planned in the following key areas: renovation of multi-apartment buildings with organic materials; implementation of the Millennium Schools programme; implementation of projects for digitisation of services and raising the level of maturity of provided services; increasing the employment of vulnerable groups; establishment of competence centres of the infectious diseases cluster; installation of a system of 200 MW electricity storage facilities and promotion of efficient management of the state information resources.

According to the calls to be published in 2022, it is expected to conclude contracts for a total of EUR 1.5 billion, of which EUR 1 billion is under the plan ‘New Generation Lithuania’ of the NextGenerationEU measure for the economic recovery and resilience-building, and EUR 0.5 billion is under the Investment Programme. Around EUR 246 million is planned to be disbursed in 2022, of which EUR 196 million is from the plan ‘New Generation Lithuania’ and EUR 50 million is from the Investment Programme. The largest investments amounting to EUR 112 million are planned in the energy sector (for example, for a 200 MW electricity storage system).

It should be noted that the new website is a long-term project of collecting and disseminating information where it will be possible to sort, search, receive, compare and reuse data, and subscribe to newsletters. The Central Project Management Agency is responsible for the design, development and administration of the website.
Information from the Ministry of Finance

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