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Energy Union: EU invests a further €800 million in priority energy infrastructure

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European Commission - Press release Brussels, 23 January 2019 Energy Union: EU invests a further €800 million in priority energy infrastructure Today EU Member States voted on a Commission proposal to invest almost €800 million in key European energy infrastructure projects with major cross-border benefits.

Priority is given to projects that increase competitiveness, enhance the EU's security of energy supply through the promotion of safe, secure and efficient network operation, and contribute to sustainable development and environmental protection. Creating a connected, modern energy grid represents a crucial element of the Energy Union, one of the political priorities of the Juncker Commission.

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