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Parliamentary questions
7 April 2017
E-002588-17
Question for written answer
to the Council
Rule 130
Tomasz Piotr Poręba (ECR) , Davor Škrlec (Verts/ALE)

 Subject:  NER 300
 Answer(s) 

The Climate Change Committee will soon be invited to mandate the Commission to change the NER 300 Decision. The changes aim at finding alternative uses for money that had been awarded to projects now known not to be going ahead. These are projects from the first call for NER 300 funding, launched in 2010.

In the light of the above, does the Council agree that it would be judicious to keep some of the money readily available to address possible successful challenges by project sponsors or their hosting Member States on the size of their awards, and, in consequence, that not all money should be committed to new uses?

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