NRRP funding lines – which projects stand a better chance
07 Apr 2022 @ 10:00 - 13:00
Tuesday, April 7th, 2022, from 10.00 am, Energynomics invites you to an interactive ONLINE conference to discover how grant applications should be written and which projects are more likely to win!
Investments must be prepared well before the authorities launch calls for proposals (Mihai Drăghici, EY), and even before the publication of the Financing Guidelines in their final form. New projects need to be designed holistically and integrated into the potential beneficiary’s business model in order to produce the expected benefits (Kurt Weber, Horvath & Partners).
These are just two of the ideas we heard from consultants who specialize in securing grant funding.
On the other hand, banks have their own interpretation grids and their own filters that they apply not only to business ideas but also to the companies that propose them. With all the support that grant funding provides, companies need to identify clear recurring sources of revenue.
We aim to identify together – consultants, banks, beneficiary companies – what actions are mandatory, what the biggest risks are and how you can prepare to get funding through the NRRP!
Access to the conference is open to all professionals in the Romanian energy industry and related sectors. You can register HERE.
This conference is organized by Energynomics with the support of our partners: BCR, Electroservice RB, Kawasaki Gas Turbine Europe, Metachim, REI Group.
We will talk about the most active players and the main tools at hand for central and local authorities, companies, consultants and experts to capitalize on the opportunities of 2022.
- What does the list of funding lines under the NRRP look like
- What are the deadlines assumed by the authorities
- What are the Guidelines already published and what deadlines are coming up
- Opportunities for local public authorities
- Identifying the right funding line
- Which segments of the Romanian energy industry are targeted by the NRPP
- Distributed generation – how will it be supported through the PNRR