TEN-E guidelines get energy committee go ahead

MEPs on the energy committee have backed new rules that should help identify and speed up the development of cross-border energy infrastructure projects

MEPs on the energy committee backed new guidelines for identifying and speeding up development of cross-border energy infrastructure projects in a vote on Tuesday.

The guidelines, proposed last October, include a list of 12 priority corridors for future expansion of the trans-European energy (TEN-E) network and rules for selecting projects of common interest (PCIs) within these corridors. Some of the funding for PCIs will come from the new Connecting Europe Facility.

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